21 Burst results for "National Weather Service Office"

"national weather service office" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:36 min | 2 months ago

"national weather service office" Discussed on AP News

"Damaged debris and destruction in its wake resident Mike goodrich looks around his property with 15 down trees Thankful his home was spared The wind came up and I headed for the basement And it didn't make it and I looked out the back door and the trees were coming down and it was over The tornado hit the trailer parking Gaylord destroying most of it according to county fire chief Chris Martin who said at a news conference with WXYZ TV they were digging through looking to see if anyone else was killed Trailers picked up and turned over on top of each other The national weather service office there says it's been keeping records since the 50s and a tornado has never touched down in the northern Michigan town The governor has declared a state of emergency for the area I'm Julie Walker President Biden signed an aid bill for Ukraine and put the emphasis on security and economic development as he visits South Korea After a meeting in Seoul Biden and South Korea's new president Yun suk yule said they will consider expanding joint military exercises and affirm their shared goal as the complete denuclearization of North Korea Standing up to our shared for our shared democratic values and defending a rule based international order against threats and stability After visiting a massive Samsung semiconductor plan on Friday the president later wreath at Seoul national cemetery then had a two hour meeting and joint press conference with Yun followed by a banquet at the national museum of Korea And as our combined forces say we go together On Sunday Biden meets with the chairman of Hyundai motor group before he travels to Japan I'm Jennifer King.

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Police report 2nd death from tornado in northern Michigan

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 2 months ago

Police report 2nd death from tornado in northern Michigan

"Two people in their 70s are dead and at least 40 others injured after a tornado ripped through Gaylord Michigan Friday afternoon The tornado left damaged debris and destruction in its wake resident Mike goodrich looks around his property with 15 down trees Thankful his home was spared The wind came up and I headed for the basement And it didn't make it and I looked out the back door and the trees were coming down and it was over The tornado hit the trailer parking Gaylord destroying most of it according to county fire chief Chris Martin who said at a news conference with WXYZ TV they were digging through looking to see if anyone else was killed Trailers picked up and turned over on top of each other The national weather service office there says it's been keeping records since the 50s and a tornado has never touched down in the northern Michigan town The governor has declared a state of emergency for the area I'm Julie Walker

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"national weather service office" Discussed on The Christian Science Monitor Daily

The Christian Science Monitor Daily

03:38 min | 8 months ago

"national weather service office" Discussed on The Christian Science Monitor Daily

"Systems have greatly improved in recent years, partly due to hard, hard clarity in language. Severe tornadoes killed at least 87 people on a path through four states on Friday, but the storms did not come without warning. At the national weather service office in paducah, Kentucky, Michael York began sending out alerts midweek, for example, about the gathering of a powerful storm. Increasingly well targeted cell phone alerts, meanwhile, told people to shelter where they were in the storm's possible path on Friday evening. Such steps made a big difference on Friday, Sarah Stewart and her staff at clearview healthcare management in Kentucky spent much of the day guiding preparations one of the company's 7 facilities took a direct hit. There were close to a hundred people, including 74 residents in the building. Through steps such as moving people into hallways, and by what she calls a miracle, none were hurt. What miss Stuart vividly remembers is the tone of the weather forecaster cutting through any question of false alarms. 20 years ago, we thought the public was pretty ignorant about whether risks, and what we have learned in the last 5 years is that they know way more than we expect, says Stephen strater, a hazard's geographer at Villanova university in Pennsylvania, people know that they're not in a safe location, but they don't know what to do about it. And that's always scary. This story was reported by Patrick Johnson for the monitor. Prospective matters viewed from outside the peaceful restoration of a civilian prime minister in Sudan was a diplomatic triumph. But on sedan streets, protesters say their voices still aren't being heard. For weeks, Sudanese protesters demanded an end to a military coup and the release of prime minister abdallah hamdok. Now, despite a coup ending deal that was hailed as a victory by the international community, protesters have swiftly turned against mister hamdok for conceding too much to the military. It is part of a boiling over a frustration that the international community in its pursuit of compromise and diplomacy has shut average Sudanese out of the transition away from dictatorship, which they say is moving too slowly. Since the overthrow of dictator Omar al-Bashir, the international community has worked with decades old political parties, technocrats, and the military. However, critics say the west has overlooked the people who powered the revolution. At the root of all this is the fact that not the international community nor the military nor the political elites in Khartoum reach out to these youth groups, women's groups and resistance committees that have been the drivers of political change says collude cair manager of a cartoon think tank that provides transition policy advice. There is a massive disconnect, he says, the whole transition is predicated on a superficial analysis that doesn't take into account where the real politics happen. On the ground. This story was reported by Taylor luck in a man Jordan for the monitor. For 40 years, Washington's policy of strategic ambiguity has helped deter.

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"national weather service office" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

TIME's Top Stories

02:21 min | 8 months ago

"national weather service office" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

"On supporting our employees and partners. Amazon spokesperson Richard rochas said in a written statement, the retail wholesale and department store union, which has been trying to organize workers at an Amazon facility in Alabama, criticized the company for keeping the Illinois site open during a weather emergency. Missouri governor Mike parson's office said the storms killed at least two people in the state and initial assessments indicate they destroyed or did major damage to hundreds of homes in buildings. Workers at a national weather service office had to take shelter as a tornado passed near their office in Weldon spring Missouri about 30 miles west of St. Louis. This was an incredible storm that lasted a long time and covered a lot of territory, said Larry venosus, meteorologist in charge of the national weather service office covering the Nashville area. Meteorologists haven't determined whether the storm spawned a single tornado or multiple tornadoes, he said. In Arkansas, a tornado struck a nursing home in minette, killing one and trapping 20 people inside as the building collapsed. Craig had county judge Marvin day told The Associated Press. Another person died when the storm hit a Dollar General store in nearby leachville, governor asa Hutchinson said. Probably the most remarkable thing is that there's not a greater loss of life, Hutchinson said after touring the wreckage of the nursing home, it is catastrophic. It's total destruction. Governor Bill Lee on Saturday toured tornado torn parts of western Tennessee in which four people had been killed. Lee traveled to tiptonville and then Dresden, a small town of about 3000 that saw its downtown corridor ripped to shreds. This is about the saddest thing I've ever seen, Lee said, who has had three fatal tornadoes ripped through this day during his first term in office. The whole town, the whole town. Divin loven in Mayfield, Seth boron Stein in Washington, D.C., Travis Lawler and Nashville, Tennessee, Kimberly croesus in Dresden, Tennessee, John Arabian Charleston West Virginia and Jeff McMurray in Chicago contributed to this report. Salt are reported from.

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"national weather service office" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"national weather service office" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"With a proposal that would make wearing face masks, optional this fall for students and staff, the board expected to make an official next month. One in our top story this morning. We are watching this weather system in the Gulf of Mexico right now, Scott. We've been talking about it all week. The system could become tropical Storm Claudette by the weekend. WBS Darryl Moody is looking at the system and the weather for this Father's Day weekend. Well, Marshal. Let's start off first with potential tropical Cyclone three right now still disorganized collection of showers drifting north toward the Louisiana Coast forecast to be a rainmaker for parts of the deep South. I called the National Weather Service Office in Melbourne this morning. They told me this will not have any impact whatsoever on our weather here in central Florida. As four Fathers Day weekend look for a 30% chance of rain today. With rain chances increasing Saturday and into Sunday. That's what Channel nine forecasts a 60% chance of rain and highs around 90. I'm General Moody Reporting Live wdbo 173 FM and am 5 80. This is severe weather Senate in chief meteorologist Todd Terry. You're listening to the eight a.m. expanded news feed on Wdbo. We are watching closely a tropical system trying to get better organized in the Gulf of Mexico not pointed towards Central Florida. Lots of clouds, though for us today, gradually a better chance for rain moving in behind the system. I'll have more on that with your extended five day forecast four times an hour. I'm Tom Terry. All eyes on high four. For westbound you're slowing in Lake Mary, then Maitland Valley Road. I'm Eric Brown and Air one and on I four eastbound You got slow down at 5 30 to 1 92 to 5 35 at John Young and then Kaylie to Colonial from the Wdbo Triple Team Traffic Center. I'm Ed torn Father's Day weekend. It's 803 Scott Inez.

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"national weather service office" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:52 min | 1 year ago

"national weather service office" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Also, and we will come up with strategies to make sure there are available sources of power in energy so that things like this do not happen again. Just to kind of dovetail behind what we were talking about last segment with all the schools. There are thousands of school districts that had to close today. That means I'm thousands. That world That means there were thousands of were open right. But they had to close because of the weather in these last couple of days, National Weather Service Office in Wilmington, North Carolina, sending out a team to survey the damage from that tornado that you were talking about, and confirm that In fact, there was a tornado that touched down. They said it tore through a golf course community, another rural area just before midnight, destroying dozens of homes. The sky lit up, according to share invents, and she's 63, she says. The sky lit up and there was a lot of pop, pop popping and loud thunder. And then it sounded like a train a freight train coming through the roar of a freight train. That's when all the damage occurred. She says her roof was damaged. The garage door was blown off. Windows were shattered. Nearby trees were uprooted, just terrifying. A Z. You can imagine the vaccine rollout that is going on around the country has been impacted by this. In Houston, For example, there was a scramble to get more than 8000 doses of the Madonna Madonna version of vaccine into People's arms. The public health facility in Harris County lost power at about one in the morning yesterday. And the backup generator failed. So they were looking for large groups of people in places where they wouldn't have to drive with appropriate medical personnel on hand. So they took these doses of vaccines to three different hospitals. A 19 year old sophomore waited for nearly four hours with his friends, much of it in the frigid cold, of course, among the last people to get the shots, which If you were waiting normally, and there wasn't a you know a generator problem, they probably would have had to wait until at least next month and more likely to be April before a 19 year old sophomore gets the vaccine. So you're gonna be 70 here on Friday? Oh, my gosh. That's still little that's still little sweatshirt. He whether you want to do the show outside. Friday. Yeah, we'll see my Pete. Are you over That novelty might be cold. You can wade you need to spend time outside. It's the radio steps. That's the new 10,000 steps. All right. Hey, we also have $1000 to give away is how you can win it for your chance at 1000 Bucks. Texas The nationwide keyword cash C. A S h 202 100, You'll get a confirmation texted info. Standard data message rates apply in this nationwide contest That's cash to 200. 200 remember. You've got to pick up the phone. They will be calling from a number You will not recognize. If you don't pick up, they move on with your cash and your sad, very sad..

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"national weather service office" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"national weather service office" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"CDC data on Corona virus infections inside hospitals. The National Hurricane Center says rain from Hurricane Sally could be and bring life threatening flash flooding today from the Florida Panhandle, the southeast Mississippi, Sally Re intensified to a Category two storm earlier today. On route to the Gulf Coast. It had initially reached Cat to then was downgraded to a one before gathering steam. Tropical Storm force winds arrived on shore. Along the Gulf Coast yesterday afternoon. Mississippi Governor Tate Reeves, regardless of where they are the storm hits landfall that particularly in Jackson County, We will see Over 15 inches of rain. The National Weather Service Office in Mobile, Alabama, projected late last night that Sally would come ashore around 7 A.m. this morning near Orange Beach on Alabama's eastern Gulf Coast. Sally will be the eighth Named Storm to make landfall in the Continental U. S this year, the most through this time of the year in recorded history. That's more than the seven storms of 1916. The record for most landfalls in a single Atlantic season is nine also said In 1916 officials and attorneys in Louisville, Kentucky, have announced a legal settlement that will pay $12 million to the estate of Briana Taylor, a 26 year old black woman killed by police during a raid on her apartment. Is. Taylor was killed March 13th by Louisville police officers executing a no knock warrant, which allows officers to storm a residence without announcing their presence. Miss Taylor's mother, Tameka Palmer, It's tied to move forward. With the criminal charges because she deserves that and much more wrongful death lawsuit says.

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"national weather service office" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"national weather service office" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Infections inside hospitals. The National Hurricane Center says rain from Hurricane Sally could be and bring life threatening flash flooding today from the Florida Panhandle, the southeast Mississippi, Sally Re intensified to a Category two storm earlier today. On route to the Gulf Coast. It had initially reached Cat to then was downgraded to a one before gathering steam. Tropical Storm force winds arrived on shore along the Gulf Coast yesterday afternoon. Mississippi Governor Tate Reeves regardless of where they are the storm hits landfall that particularly in Jackson County, We will see Over 15 inches of rain. The National Weather Service Office in Mobile, Alabama, projected late last night that Sally would come ashore around 7 A.m. this morning near Orange Beach on Alabama's eastern Gulf Coast. Sally will be the eighth Named Storm to make landfall in the Continental U. S. This year, the most through this time of the year in recorded history. That's more than the seven storms of 1916 the record for most landfalls in a single. Atlantic season is nine also said in 1916, officials and attorneys in Louisville, Kentucky, have announced a legal settlement that will pay $12 million to the estate of Briana Taylor, a 26 year old black woman killed by police during a raid on her apartment. Miss Taylor was killed March 13th by Louisville police officers executing a no knock warrant, which allows officers to storm a residence without announcing their presence. Miss Taylor's mother, Tameka Palmer, It's time to move forward. With the criminal charges because she deserves that and much more, a wrongful death lawsuit says.

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"national weather service office" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"national weather service office" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Qaeda and Isis. Relied upon to raise money for their violent operations. The Trump Administration's is the group's you. This is the account of solicit donations, news and analysis a townhall dot com A heat wave stretching to the southwest of the West Coast is tossing rolling blackouts in California and a record temperatures in Arizona. With temperatures in the triple digits in California. The state ordered rolling blackouts Friday to make sure the power grid could handle it the first time since 2000 and one and the National Weather Service is Mike Wofford in L A, says The Heat's not letting up pictures of 205 110 degrees. Now we're expecting that to continue for the most part, at least to the middle of next week in Arizona, Phoenix at 117 degrees Friday, tying a record at the National Weather Service office there, Bianca felled, Kercher says the Heat's not letting up either. It starts to weaken a little bit by the end of next week and into next weekend. But even then, high temperature still on Lee dropped to about 110. I'm Julie Walker of the stories of townhall dot com. Now, you know, Thiss month, Napa's got all kinds of motor oil deals that can save you some serious cash like a five court jug of Napa, full synthetic Motorola for just 16 49. With savings like that you may start feeling like a V, I P. But don't let it go to your head. These oil deals are for everyone. Quality parts..

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National Weather Service, Jerry And Louisiana discussed on Special Programming

Special Programming

00:52 sec | 3 years ago

National Weather Service, Jerry And Louisiana discussed on Special Programming

"The National Weather Service says the tropical storm Jerry will make landfall in Louisiana as a hurricane Saturday morning is NPR's Debbie Elliot reports the state is preparing for the possibility of record flooding the storm is slowly moving over the Gulf of Mexico and gaining strength Benjamin shot as the meteorologist in charge of the National Weather Service office in New Orleans tropical Mary is a dangerous and life threatening storm it will probably be a hurricane when it makes landfall on the Louisiana coast line as we get into tomorrow morning he says heavy rainfall is likely to cause major even record flooding in south Louisiana vulnerable coastal areas are being evacuated governor John bel Edwards has activated the National Guard and is positioning boats and high water vehicles that might be needed to respond to the disaster Debbie Elliot NPR news New

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NPR, Debbie Elliot And Louisiana discussed on All Things Considered

All Things Considered

00:54 sec | 3 years ago

NPR, Debbie Elliot And Louisiana discussed on All Things Considered

"Tropical storm berry is on track to potentially become the first hurricane to strike the US Gulf coast this year NPR's Debbie Elliot reports Louisiana's preparing for potential record flooding the storm is slowly moving over the Gulf of Mexico and gaining strength Benjamin shot as the meteorologist in charge of the National Weather Service office in New Orleans tropical Mary is a dangerous and life threatening storm it will probably be a hurricane when it makes landfall on the Louisiana coast line as we get into tomorrow morning he says heavy rainfall is likely to cause major even record flooding in south Louisiana vulnerable coastal areas are being evacuated governor John bel Edwards has activated the National Guard and is positioning boats and high water vehicles that might be needed to respond to the disaster Debbie Elliot NPR news New

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"national weather service office" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"national weather service office" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Well, in LA, of course, whenever it rains the hashtag LA rain trends, so I guess we have to talk about the fact that it's raining, or rained did rain rain need rained, rain. That's. And you know made the morning commute adjust an absolute mess. Which I still don't get. I don't understand wasn't like a torrential downpour. No, there's no ponding on the highway. No, I didn't even see an accident. No. It's just that people are dumb. That's all that's the only explanation people are done just add water and they're talking about how this is record setting rain will. Yeah. Because we don't usually get rain in the middle of may. So the record was low to begin with. Have to pass our was very low may. Sixteenth is not a very wet day. So, of course, we're going to see some some new records the, the national weather service office in Oxnard got nearly half an inch of rain by five in the morning. Now that shattered the previous record of four one hundreds of an inch that was setback twenty eleven so there you go. But this is going to stick with us. You heard Sean mentioned on the, the weather forecast that we could see it should be done by the weekend, but we could see another couple of chances rain coming in. There's a story out of Chicago that is just one of the more disturbing stories. I think we've ever seen a nineteen year old woman Marlin owed, Showa rea- steady was found early yesterday behind a house. The body at her body was found a nine month pregnant woman last seen leaving her high school on April twenty third the same day that paramedics were call. To the home, several miles away, on the southwest side about a newborn with some problems breathing. Now it turns.

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"national weather service office" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"national weather service office" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Around the country. Available. Eight eight eight six zero eighty seven eighty five back to the they just here in the last few minutes issued a tornado warning from the national weather service office in Saint Louis. This is Jefferson County central east, central Missouri. Then you've got Saint Genevieve county, Washington county and Saint Francois county. Those are either east central or southeast, Missouri. And tornado warning. So a dangerous storm looks like lead would around a eleven forty central temps. That's hearing about the next five five minutes or so Farmington at about ten till the top of the hour. So this is apparently radar indicated tornado but moving east at like fifty miles per hour. So regardless of a tornado being on the ground or not you definitely got the strong straight line winds and that that's all in our tornado watch zone. The continues into the early morning hours right around the country again, it's eight eight eight eight six zero eighty seven eighty five. I think you're you're up in the Corentin zone. Aren't you? It's just south of me where I okay. I I live in Luzerne county the next county south school county, which is it for anybody. Come up, interstate eighty one to one thirty eight mile marker and south and then east.

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"national weather service office" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"national weather service office" Discussed on KOMO

"We've had our share of rough weather lately. But we're not the only ones ABC's Matt gutten is near Malibu, California. With the latest tens of millions of the west coast pounded by that storm stretching all the way to Hawaii up to nine inches of rain, flooding roadways and triggering mudslides across California in San Francisco, a record two and a half inches of rain. Swamping roads cars completely submerged across the west. Wind gusts topping one hundred miles per hour. Be storm system snapping treason, slamming some into homes wrecking, fences and downing power lines. More than eighty thousand customers across the state without power at one point the over saturated ground giving in sending chunks of roads. Tumbling downhill now with a cycle of fire and then rain evacuations officials are concerned about what they call evacuation fatigue. Meaning that people will just stop leaving their homes even when order to obviously that can be dangerous. Well, whenever there's a wind advisory. You may want to hold onto your small pets. Komo's Brian Calvert explains. It's probably something you've never thought of until now. As the wind picks up be careful via could pick up your small friend as well. As part of a warning about some really, gusty winds. The Cleveland national weather service office issued a small dog advisory earlier this week. Liane official advisory was part of a warning about wind gusts of up to fifty miles per hour. The weather office tweeted hold onto your pooch. We have an unofficial small dog warning wind advisory for northern Ohio and north west Pennsylvania this evening through Wednesday. And in the graphic the weather service, perhaps got to graph showing the image of a small dog being carried away by the wind. Small dog owners across the country.

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"national weather service office" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"national weather service office" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Match piper. With temperatures in the country. Today, you could get frostbite in as little as five minutes. The governors of Illinois, Michigan and Wisconsin declared states of emergencies. I head of today in thousands of schools have closed even the USPS isn't delivering bail and several states WBZ TV's, Meghan glare who says the fuel like temps will be downright dangerous. We are looking for potentially for wind chills. Drop as low as minus fifty to minus sixty in fact, one national weather service office, saying don't breathe too deeply don't talk. Too much could actually hurt your one so far at least six people have died throughout five states. Although federal employees are back on the job after the partial government shutdown ended last week contract workers serving a range of government agencies may never see a paycheck Savall makers are pushing legislation for them to get one of the legislature. Concentrates on low wage earners, while other bills are more broad based they come as welcome news to Kennedy Space Center contract workers who've gone five weeks without paychecks close to ten percent of our annual income is now gone high-voltage electricity. Stephen Chang, you can't make that up Christine. Heritage company provides environmental and medical services to NASA. She says no pay could mean losing some of her one hundred fifty workers really doesn't allow folks really motivated to come back and do their job that they do. So well when they're not getting paid eater. King. CBS news Orlando meantime, the president has said he would trigger a fresh shutdown or declare a national emergency. If he doesn't get money for his border wall said Giardi leader Mitch McConnell says he will support any kind of bipartisan border security legislative package that will hopefully avoid all of that works, which.

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"national weather service office" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"national weather service office" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"All right. Twenty one. South and east of the Denver tonight. Give me the breakdown from the national weather service office. They're they're describing this is another potent winter storm moving across northern Colorado tonight. And blizzard conditions through the overnight hours across the northeast planes. Strong cold front is going to move southward through the midnight hour, you keep in mind other on the mountain time. So there couple hours behind what we're doing dealing with a couple of hours away. Moderate to heavy snow is expected to develop behind this front and continue with a quick burst of heavy snow over a two or three hour period where the snowfall rates could approach two inches per hour. Strong north to northwest winds will develop behind this front and continue with blowing snow and poor visibility is the combination of the snow and the winds producing blizzard conditions across the plains and continuing from about ten PM into Tuesday morning, so ten PM mountain time. You're right there right now. So the blizzard warning will continue until eleven AM mountain time on Tuesday morning. There's gonna be a wide variation as far as accumulations. Yes. Some we'll see maybe four inches but up to ten inches with winds forty five miles per hour from Saint Castle Rock to fort Morgan to buyers, and Lyman and Akron. The weather service office in Pueblo Colorado is talking about winds gusting as high as sixty miles per hour. Near the crest of the Palmer divide. So again, they're under blizzard warnings. Timing wise, pretty much the same that northwestern corner, a Kansas. There's couple of counties there that are also expecting those blizzard conditions snowfall accumulations of more more along the line of one to five inches, and you could see a light glaze of ice seem expected with winds gusting up to fifty miles per hour..

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"national weather service office" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

03:59 min | 3 years ago

"national weather service office" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"On a mission the day before the bliss. I happen to be out at the national weather service office out of the year pool in Indianapolis at that time. The day before because we were working out. An agreement to get our radar the station. One of the forecasters there came in and said, hey, guys, you know, this is looking like we got a major storm here. And I wanna put out a blizzard warning. And of course, that's stopped everybody in their tracks. I just looked at it. Because blizzard was something that very few people. I've ever heard the word hadn't experienced for a century. I don't say certainly many generations. Dave, it is more a rare. When you typically hear about blizzards there. More typical or more common out in the plain states and also along the east coast where the storm systems will tend to wrap it for intensively. The definition of a blizzard is one which you're you're McBain criteria. There are wind speed. And also the amount of flowing and falling a snow that reduces visibility to near zero. And that's the result of that strong. Wind was. One of the hydrologist for the national weather service. Indianapolis office for over forty years on the day. The blizzard was going to happen. They put out a heavy snow warning that the morning of the twenty fifth. It was the first about seventeen eighteen hours before the snow actually started. He remembers the warnings agrees. The forecast issued the blizzard warning of the three offices. Cleveland, Chicago, Indianapolis, Indianapolis, put it out for. Vices to complete all the travel that is necessary by early this evening. The cell is expected in the area by about five o'clock. What you're hearing is the broadcast of the blizzard warning that went out on WABC radio in India, then stay home stay off the roads because after the drifting occurs. There's a high probability that many of the roads will be closed Lee Giles was the news director at wish TV channel eight. We newly big storm was coming over several days. But as opposed to forty years later, when we have all this fisted, computer technology, which can see these storms way out and what's going to likely happen. We had good information back in those days in nineteen seventy eight up in terms of the weather. We knew a big storm was coming. But I'm not sure that many people grasp the how tough it was going to be also known as Dr dirt because he's been giving garden advice for over fifty years on WABC in Indianapolis. I went to the store for what everyone seems to want to when a big snow is coming, but the cupboard was bare decided to go the grocery store one Rochon. There was nobody there, and it was no bread, no milk show for or pretty clean because people had had been listening to the radio and TV and things like that. And then so they were prepared. Easier to catch the cold weather, or what lizard of nineteen Seventy-eight arrives really because they're refund times down so far. It's worse than anyone in Indiana has seen the mayor has declared a snow emergency which will remain. In fact, I'm told until he calls it off. You'll get people along my age of fifties. Forties. All we sto coming people react to rush to grocery stores. You're listening to Indiana and the blizzard of nineteen seventy eight a ninety three WIBC this. Shame. Ninety three WIBC mobile news sustained. Our state is strong raise the pay for teachers just like paying off your mortgage freeze money in your personal budget made a.

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"national weather service office" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"national weather service office" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"As I said when we started the program we were under a winter storm watches, I guess in the past couple of hours, the national weather service offices have upgraded things were now looking at winter storm warnings extending through much of Indiana about the southern two-thirds of the state of Indiana. It's really the south western corner of Ohio and just the the northernmost counties there in northern Kentucky. Yeah. Those Jutiapa adjoining counties along the go Ojo Kentucky line, then winter weather advisories extending as far north as from Lima. Ohio over to the Columbus area on southward south of zanesville down into Huntington, West Virginia. It's just winter weather advisories further south in Kentucky from Maysville and whatnot. But. Yeah. The official word for southwest Ohio from Wilmington to Cincinnati. And those northernmost reaches of Kentucky is four to six inches. They're saying now when all is said and done winter storm warning kicks in at what does it have to go back and double check on the hour's four o'clock Saturday morning until seven A M Sunday morning. Portions of southeast Indiana northern Kentucky, south central and southwest. Ohio. Travel will be very difficult. That's from the national weather service office up in Wilmington similar advisories. The back of back into Louisville Kentucky. They're going to see more of a mix at times with snow and then maybe around four inches. But then you're going to see a transition to a mixed bag a precept, which is going to knock down the accumulations. They're moving over to the weather service office out of Indianapolis up into parts of central Indiana. They're saying total accumulation five to seven inches with minimal ice accumulations. So again traveled will be very difficult late Friday night to early Sunday morning five to seven so and some locally higher amounts possible. So sounds like Indiana's gonna get hit maybe a little bit harder. Hey, we'll continue to watch things. And it's it's always the case when these things evolve they they'll tell you it three to five then when they get four inches on the ground, and it's going to snow like hell for another six. They say,.

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"national weather service office" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"national weather service office" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Being the companion through the blizzard or giving you information now when storms happen coots says community radio is still important. Well, there's nothing like that. Because, you know, back in one thousand nine hundred seventy eight and they relied on local radio for weather information school closing factory closings all that type of thing. And you know, we're still a full service radio station, you know, giving that kind of information, and we do it every day. And it's just what community radio's all about TV was important to around the clock storm coverage wasn't necessarily how TV did it in one thousand nine hundred seventy eight but Bob Gregory weatherman at W T HR channel thirteen says they had been telling people about the storm before the blizzard warning came out. So we get on a year and telling people to prepare. We didn't have that much snow wealth fifteen. Inches of snow in that particular storm. So the snow was yet again. But the big thing was wind. Chills were in the minus forty and at times, minus fifty categories people, you know, had somewhat of a chance to prepare. But they really weren't. Sure. What am I preparing for until the full? Stay with the wind in the bitter, cold and all the people losing our started flying. The wind picked up and blew at over half the force of a hurricane al-sharif left. The national weather service office and beat the storm home with a pitch top. I add Croker what four thirty five in the evening on the twenty fifth of starting and see the snow here. Seven o'clock at night. I realize what the blizzard warning men because..

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"national weather service office" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"national weather service office" Discussed on WTVN

"You into the newsroom now a happy new year to Scott Jennings. And here's the big story and happy new year. Joel President Trump looking for bipartisan support on border security. The White House's by the top leaders from both parties to a briefing today. Led by the department of homeland security meeting comes a day before Democrats, take control. House Democrats and the White House also deadlocked over ending partial government shutdown with the sticking point being funding for a border wall. Former presidential candidate Mitt Romney questioning President Trump's character Romney will be Utah's newest Senator when congress returns tomorrow and a column for the Washington Post Romney said with the nation so divided presidential leadership and character is indispensable. That's where the president shortfall is most glaring two thousand eighteen officially the wettest year on record for the city of Columbus. National weather service office in Wilmington says what the rainfall that was added Monday Columbus received fifty five point one eight inches of rain for the calendar year of twenty eighteen at best supreme record of fifty four point nine six inches. That was set in two thousand eleven new legislation now in effect in the city of Columbus dealing with housing taxes and the minimum wage among the changes five percent arts tax on tickets for events with more than four hundred people in new legislation regulating Airbnb short-term rentals while the biggest new laws now in place, a minimum wage increase of fifteen dollars an hour for jobs created through the city's new incentive. Program somewhere in Ohio, someone is one million dollars richer lottery. Officials say mega millions ticket matching five of the winning numbers. Drawn yesterday was purchased in the Buckeye state. But officials have not released where it was solved drawing. Also produced one winner of the full jackpot of four hundred twenty five million dollars that was sold in New York. I'm Scott Jennings. Next report at seven for breaking news, and weather alerts instantly, follow us on Twitter at six ten WTVN news,.

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Vatican media chief resigns over doctored letter scandal

Herman Cain

00:52 sec | 4 years ago

Vatican media chief resigns over doctored letter scandal

"Of fake news scandal brings down the vatican medias are abc's megan williams has the details from rome head of communications daddy gano has resigned after admitting his department digitally blurred part of a letter from former pope benedict to hide content it didn't want journalists to see the letter from pope benedict was purportedly in praise of a series of books on the theology of pope francis and meant to prove wrong critics who accuse francis of being a heretic observers but the vatican released just a picture of the letter either blurring or covering up parts were benedict was critical of one of the authors and said he hadn't even read the books nagging williams abc news rome wsb news time is four forty three a chris camp called this early this morning the national weather service office impeached re city is letting us know the low relative humidity levels and gusty winds will create high fire danger conditions this afternoon and.

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