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Preserving Herbs Over Winter
"L. Let's get into our main segment, which is preserving herbs drying freezing bringing inside how do we do it at this time of year, most people have abundance of all types of herbs. What are we going to do with them? A lot of it depends on how you plan to use your herbs and how often you plan to use your herbs drying. Certainly, the easiest for most people, but a dried herb is only going to be really delicious and fresh for about a year maybe a little bit more. But if you feel that you're going to use your herbs up in a year and the next year, you'll dry a whole new crop I. Think. It's a great way to go because it's very simple now. Of course I have a dehydrated, which is like my right arm I would be so sad if I had to give that up and the reason I like it is because it let's me set the temperature at which I want to dry my herbs. A lot of people want to do dry herbs in they're oven or in their microwave, which is very. Possible, but at temperatures over ninety five degrees Fahrenheit you lose a lot of the volatile oils and that's what gives you the wonderful flavor. So I recommend a dehydrated where you can set the temperature or simply hanging them in a cool dry place in your home or putting them out between two screens in the shade and trying to dry them at lower temperatures. Now answer this for be Ellen. Do you think that there are some herbs that dry better than others? Yes. I know dried rosemary is really very similar to fresh rosemary, right but what about parsley or Basil Parsley dried just don't just don't even do it just don't Basil. I would say my best word to describe dry basil is Ma-. It's. It's maybe better than no basil but maybe not better than no basal but for things like Rosemary yes and Oregano shore and time and summer savory and sage a lot of these. Herbs Dry wonderfully and maintain a really great flavor if they are properly but for things like parsley and Basil. GonNa have to go with the freezing bleaching freezing. You do a lot of freezing and oil and broth chew I freeze them several ways, and I'm so glad that you started out by saying how you're going to use the herbs because I have here on my notes which we haven't talked about ahead of time I I started out by writing how are you going to? Because, if you if you freeze your herbs in olive oil, you're not gonNA use those in like a cocktail right for that you might do it in water. But if you if you on a low fat diet and you want to use your herbs in a soup, you might freeze them in some kind of broad off. So yeah think about how you're going to use your herbs and that'll that'll get you started and I actually freeze them in. Several ways for example, I will take my chives, Parsley chives. That's another good one. It doesn't. It doesn't dry well, much younger freezing. So those I will do some that just chop them up and put them in a bag fresh in in the freezer. I don't them just put them in fresh, and then I use them a handful right out of the freezer and those I tried to use up within about six months, which is basically through the winter. And then in the spring. Plant new plants and start over again. So I do them that way and yes, I will do a lot of them in oil I. We will chop up Basil in olive oil we will chop up parsley and olive oil sometimes I will do a mixture of herbs in oil and I will freeze them in Kinda little dollops on wax paper. And their cube trae you could you could do it on an ice cube tray, and then once they're frozen, you can put them. You know in a plastic bag so that then I can just grab a tablespoon of this basil and olive oil puree or parsley or a mix of the two. CILANTRO is a good one for doing that as well. Yeah. Not a good one for drying. Cilantro think it has any flavor but I blanch mine. I because. I found especially something like Basil if I don't that the color of the frozen or abyss particularly attractive and it doesn't matter if I'm going to use it for you know baking a chicken but if I'm to use it in a Pesto or something where the color is actually GonNa, show I like to Blanchet because then that preserves some of the green and it's not just brown I use the ones that are not blanched getting thrown into cooking it's getting put in a pasta sauce. So the colored is moving into soup. That's right. So it doesn't matter that they're more of a dark black green than they are. Right. The. Fresh. Green you mentioned at the beginning, you said drying freezing or bringing them inside, and I've got to say I have almost never succeeded the way I want to succeed with overwintering herbs inside I've tried it and I've gotten a couple of months and maybe something like Rosemary will actually carryover for a while but you know those herbs that need like Sun Sun. Sun The Oregano the Basil I've always been disappointed with how they've performed indoors even in my sunniest window. Well, I do keep a rosemary from year to year quite successfully but here's what I was thinking when I, when I was thinking of bringing inside I'm wasn't thinking of carrying them necessarily through the winter. I was thinking of bringing the pot inside putting it in whatever kitchen window you have not with the idea of taking it through the winter but with the idea of keeping it alive as you use it up right there in the kitchen.
High desert flower farming in Arizona with Aishah Lurry of Patagonia Flower Farm
"Was thinking about you all week thinking, how is she farming when it's over a one hundred degrees so give us sort of a snapshot of your farm and like how do you cope with those conditions? Well, let me tell you first of all, we're in what's called the high desert where about four thousand feet above sea level. So we're in the mountain. Okay. So near probably always consistently ten degrees cooler than Tucson in almost fifteen degrees cooler than Phoenix. So settle a little secret about where you are is because of allegation exactly now it's hot outside it's a little hot, but you know it works in it's funny because one of the benefits about living here it does snow. We get snow in the winter, but it's usually gone by noon our ground never freezes. So the soil is always workable all and very rarely have like a hard frost. So if you think of like I, go up in Boston, it would start to get colder and colder nine pm pm and that's when the coldest would happen. But here the coldest time it seems like is early in the morning three or five. In the sun rises in warm things up in usually. So is just a click fraud so that can damage some plants but for the most part, we have no problem. So I don't know and I I just I guess, I have the desire to grow flowers GonNa make it happen or the variances is what's crazy is that it can be like ninety five degrees during the day and then in the thirties at night. It's crazy I mean I was thinking when you talked about snowing in the morning at least you're getting precipitation where other parts of Arizona are not getting precipitation. So even though it snow, it becomes the moisture the roots need that's in. It's wonderful when the snow slowly melts in and gets into the soil, you really can't beat that. while. So give us snapshot of Patagonia Flower Farm, and of course I pick a Patagonia as the clothing, but it's actually the name of a town and I believe a mountain somewhere, right? Yes. In it's actually pronounced Pentagon Yep. Okay Not like the brand to girl. No. So it's very hilly. We got a lot of grasslands here Yes. So it's really really beautiful. A lot of people think of Arizona and they think of Oh. It's everything's GonNa be dry. We've got quite a bit of green going on Yeah. It's really a beautiful town the Pentagon, yet self only has about a thousand people that that live here Old Mining town in it's quite a lot of retire. You can imagine a lot of artists, letter retirees, a lot of women. So it's an interesting sweets out. Wow. That's I wanNA visit. That sounds really wonderful. Yeah and is there much agriculture they're like. Are. You a lone ranger to use the Weser your lot. Of course. Now, a lot of people are gardening. You know it's funny because there is A. Organization here in town that I work very very closely with called Borderland Restoration. So they have a big greenhouse here where they sell native plants in the harvest seeds germinate the season, create more plans to restore the over you know. Overworked will say off. Areas of. Of. Southern Arizona. So so yeah. So. There are few. Let me think. So, before I moved here like years before there was a A Dalia grower here believe it or not, and I know that they must have had a lot of shade because we need the shape of the Dahlia's but But yeah. So a little bit here and there but I think borderlands nursery is the biggest like grower right now and it is mostly native Oh. That's so interesting. So your what's the size and scale of of your farm and give us a snapshot of what all the pieces to the puzzle there. Okay. So. I am what is called a micro farm about or thousand square feet, and I'm growing things very tightly together and I. You know I took 'em a Florette alumni I took her class in twenty seventeen. So I follow a lot of her protocols and the only differences I do a no till I keep the landscape fabric down and Yes. So so that's if I do the landscape fabric I've got who those short tunnels I don't have a greenhouse yet, but one day. And yes, I have an area where I'm doing mostly perennials and then I have my annual and at borderlands has been so gracious of allowing me to use a quite about fifteen hundred square feet where I've been growing sunflowers in in the ground or undercover know in the ground vendor landscape fabric on their property warring. Yeah. But I love it that like you've been entrepreneurial enough to figure out how to. Access land that wasn't being utilized, but you knew would be perfect for some flowers. Eight. Wow.
The first day of summer in the city
"Lori right into the heat of summer here only on its first Monday with real feel temperatures already about ninety five degrees in around the city and then upper nineties terms of real feel highs today as the city thermometer can get awfully close to ninety two it looks like some thunderstorms will bubble up in some of the inland suburbs later this afternoon this evening we'll get down to a sticky seventy seventy two to nine and up to near ninety again tomorrow with the late afternoon or evening thunderstorm run out of the question operating senior ninety another day on Wednesday that they look certain we'll see some late day thunderstorms could be strong to severe will lose the humidity not necessarily the warmth mid upper eighties as we get into Thursday right now it's eighty five heading up to ninety two I make you with meteorologist need to for a new York's weather station ten ten
"ninety five degrees" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Parkway this crash has she backed up to late June road I'm Michelle McConnell on your twenty four hour traffic leader the weather center forecast says it's going to be a hot one today it's also going to be humid sticky may pay a late day store but the well I wouldn't care about that the air quality also it is going to be if you so if you have any allergies or any sensitivity that could mean a challenging day for you too temperatures going to be in the upper nineties the heat index is going to make it feel like triple digits meanwhile tonight to be clear it's also going to be human we'll get down to about the upper seventies we're also looking at a sunny day come Sunday increasing high clouds hot and humid the air quality what to get is going to be poor the temperature will be in the upper nineties again in that heat index will feel more like about a hundred to a hundred and five loudly on Monday that's what we might see some showers and lower temperatures maybe in the middle eighties right now it's ninety five degrees K. R. L. D. thank you for joining us it's one forty up Scott west this is our expanded coverage of this Saturday afternoon on KRLD protests around the nation in the aftermath of the death of George Floyd at the hands of Minneapolis police Austin is where one of those protests happening and Carol these Chris fox is with us live from Austin with the latest Chris paid a picture force lawyers argue that right off the bat it's sweltering about a hundred protesters are shouting down about forty or so Austin police officers the Austin police department headquarters at one o'clock the officers cannot be taken me for a minute and forty in honor of George toys many of the protesters not like you're just like oh no one will know what the deal is a corner lot correct yup whose make themselves look good others started shooting you killed Michael Michael Robles who was killed in late April and on our.
"ninety five degrees" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"To upper nineties Saturday and Sunday slight chance for a thunderstorm on Monday depending on the exact track of tropical storm Cristobal that's out in the Gulf of Mexico looks like most of the effects of say well to the east of us goodness gracious guys don't look just don't look right now at these these temperatures don't listen yes I got ninety seven in several different places ninety seven and Alan Carrollton Arlington Irving and flower mound right now and it's it's so warm and the atmosphere so bad in Allen they got Hayes as well right now and your KRLD it's ninety five degrees good afternoon it's two forty on John little live in Mercedes Benz of Plano news center stay connected to KRLD and get breaking news alerts on your phone download the radio dot com app just tap on that hard favorite KRLD navy vet Michael white was in Iranian custody for two years and today it's announced he's been released president Donald Trump tweeting that he was thankful for Swiss assistance in starting him on his way home we're joined now by CBS military consultant Jeff a consulate on the KRLD news line Jeff remind us of this story and how this all went down originally Michael wanted to go on tour on July of two thousand eighteen it's been there for a period of time he was arrested by Iranian officials for at the time the claim that he has sold the Ayatollah Khamenei and there were some other big charges about him scoring and he was held for a substantial period time now almost two years is released today obviously is very welcome comes in the aftermath of secretary of state Ontario who called for the release of white particularly based on the ongoing coronavirus which instructor on pretty greasy slick there also some.
Against All Odds: Lone Survivor
"Some survival stories hinge on strength of will a person's raw determination to live other times science steps in and saves the day Anna Hogan home worked as a radiologist at the University Hospital of North Norway. She made history there in nineteen ninety nine but on the operating table. Her remarkable incident began with a skiing trip after work with some colleagues. They were all avid skiers who were familiar with the local mountains and the conditions that day were ideal sunny with lots of fresh powder. They were only a few runs in. When Anna tripped losing her skis tumbled and slid toward a frozen stream when she hit the ice broke and her upper half was pulled into the frigid rushing. Water her friends ray able to reach her in grabbed her boots before the current could pull her all the way under. They phoned for help beneath the water. Bogging home struggled upward and managed to reach the airspace under the ice. She could breathe but her clothes were soaked. In near frozen water drowning now had to fight hypothermia to see who would get her first. By the time the Rescue Team arrived hacked a hole in the ice and halt her out. Bogging home had been submerged for nearly an hour and a half. Her skin was pure white. Her pupils were blown. She had no heartbeat. The Medevac helicopter. Ride took another hour during which the rescuers performed. Cpr At more information on the meat. Mak Your brain this piloting left to its own devices. The human body likes to be around ninety eight degrees Fahrenheit or thirty seven degrees Celsius all sorts of complex involuntary automatic. Things happen to keep you as close to that number as possible but the world is a cold place. Sometimes when the body census you getting too cold it begins to protect you from the outside in since air polls heat away from the surface of the body. Blood vessels in the skin begin. Constricting less blood is going to your arms and legs and more is staying in your core to keep your internal organs warm. This leaves -ceptable to frostbite. But you've got bigger problems. If the vessel constriction doesn't stop the temperature drop. The body tries to make more heat by moving the muscles. You'll start to shiver. Usually from the chest muscles outward. This too can be a problem if it goes on too long as it tears through your nutritional reserves and taxes heart increasing the risk of heart attack or stroke if your body temperature drops below ninety five degrees Fahrenheit thirty five Celsius hypothermia sets in your blood pressure drops and your breathing becomes shallow. This means less oxygen is getting to your brain which can bring on slurred speech. Confusion nonsensical action and none of which will be particularly helpful. Arctic Explorer Robert Falcon Scott referred to this in his writings on his nineteen eleven expedition as a half thawed brain. And there's a truly bizarre reaction that happens sometimes paradoxical undressing the freezing person suddenly feels like they're burning up and strips off all their clothes so now you're dead and everybody can see your hoo-ha as the cooling continues. The brain and other organs begin to shut down when the helicopter landed at University. Hospital fog and homes core temperature was fifty six degrees Fahrenheit fourteen degrees Celsius about sixty percent of what it should be. She had no signs of life. But the head of the Emergency Department mads Gilbert and his team made a decision. Anna was not dead until she was warm and dead. They rushed log home into an emergency room and hooked up to a heart lung. Bypass machine pumping her blood out of her body to warm it and then pumping it back in hours past. And her temperature's slowly rose. The staff watched her vitals. The ekg machine blipped then flatlined again. Then booked again. Suddenly homes heart jumped back to life coming on its own. The cold had preserved her brain like an organ waiting to be transplanted even while it was starving. Her brain of oxygen on a bag home was alive but she had a long row to Hoe. It took twelve days for her to open her eyes and it would take years for her to walk again but she did hell. She even went skiing again though. I most certainly would not not unless you want to try to her. Record for the lowest body temperature in the living eventually person outdoor recreation while healthy and fun always carries with it inherent dangers analog in home had her friends nearby to help. Aaron Ralston did not to tell you his story. Please welcome Mike Guest one Herrera from the podcast sick Parviz magna now for a story of survival and April. Two thousand three mountaineer Aaron Ralston goes hiking at. Utah's Kenyans National Park. He befriends hikers Christie and making and shows him an underground pool after swimming. Aaron parts ways with hikers and continues through a Slot Canyon in Blue John Canyon climbing he slips and falls knocking over boulder which crushes his right hand and wrist against the wall. He calls for help but realizes soon that he is alone. Ralston begin recording a video diary to maintain morale as chips away parts of the boulder to try and free himself and tries to keep warm at night he rashes food and water to survive the ordeal. No water available. He is forced to drink his era. It is sterile for those that don't up. He sets up a pulley using his climbing rope. In a futile attempt to with the bowed over the next five days Ralston tries using his multi tool to cut himself free but the latest doll to cut the bone in his video. He becomes desperate and depressed. He elucidates about scape relationships and past experiences including a former lover and Krisztian Megan during one hallucination. He realizes his mistake that he did not tell anyone where he was going. And he decides that destiny has trapped him with the bolter on the six day. Ralston has a vision of his future. Son Springs Wilson Survive. He fashions or turnkey from a camel. Tube insulation and uses the Caribbean or to tighten it then using his knowledge of torque he breaks bone in his arm and using the multi tool so amputates it he wraps stump to prevent examination and takes a picture of the boulder repels down a sixty foot rock face using his other arm and drinks rainwater from open. He needs a family on a hike. Who ALERT THE AUTHORITIES AND A UTAH? Highway Patrol helicopter brings him to the hospital. Years Later Ralston starts a family continues climbing and always leaves a note saying where he has gone with that. Being said Aaron Ralston shares. What he has learned that three gifts. Adversity gives you one shows you who are what is important after realizing that we are likely going to die in that Canyon. Allston recorded goodbyes. To his family his last will and testament formulating those thoughts and focusing on his family kept him going and motivated not to give to it. Shows us what we're capable of multiple points throughout his experience said underestimated his ability to survive yet. Kept powering through emails stone. He thought would be his last. I found strength courage and determination and grit that I could never conceived of Ralston sub. Adversity causes us to dig deeper. Now he had ever done before to get in touch with the thing that motives even when we lose our motivation three. It shows what extraordinary about being alive. By the Time Ralston was able to amputate his own hand. He was smiling while he did it because he had come so close to death so many times throughout this ordeal driver freedom his well to see his family again genesis certainty that he had more life left to live in the end overpowered all of the agony and despair. He felt along the way Robinson is one of the few unforgettable survivor stories. That are out there. This has been done from Parvez. Magna giving an podcast. Check out my show as we talk about multiple success stories and how everyone got from their point point B. Thanks look in the show notes for a link to his show which all the appearing onto from that very well known story to one that's lesser known but always fascinates me when I come across it if again on Christmas Eve. Nineteen seventy-one Julianne. Cup was a high school senior living in Peru though she was a German citizen owing to her German researcher parents seventeen year old. Julian and her mother board a flight across the country to join her father at the research station. Her parents had founded. Julian's graduation was the day before and this way she could both attend the ceremony and the family could spend the holidays together
"ninety five degrees" Discussed on KTOK
"To ninety five degrees little cooler into the northwest that's your national weather forecast Mike Ellis NBC news radio okay here it looks like we've got some reason happening in Texas Texas Attorney General is told a judge down there to free the woman who was unjustly jailed for operating her hair salon I wondered how the hell did this happen in Texas anyway when this first happened Texas here in Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton today send a letter asking a Dallas judge ordered a woman couldn't find in a penal facility and by the way for those of you in Rio Linda penal has nothing to do with sex all right it's in some odd jobs you are it's it's it's a jail you're familiar with jails religion what penalizes not anybody go thinking that I'm talking about something I'm not I want to better understand here so the Texas AG sends a letter to the judge ordered a woman confined in a penal facility to free her after she was sent to jail yesterday refusing to apologize and that by the way that's why she was sent to jail she refused to apologize for keeping her around her hair salon open in violation of the the governor's order aimed at slowing the spread of the corona virus soon after the governor Greg Abbott said he agreed with his Attorney General on the on the matter now the woman this is Luther I was given three choices by the judge she can offer an apology for selfishness she could pay a fine and shut down until Friday or serve jail time someone apologize for this my employees need to eat their kids need my kids need to eat we're not asking anybody for handouts were going to open up and look well well we're going to send you to jail for that so the judge the representative Driscoll Kean in Texas said hairstylists in the cosmetology industry don't have a lot of lobbyists advocating for them whereas maybe the big box stores and large restaurant chains do sadly they were overlooked when they should have been an industry that was open first because I how regulated they are in the health standards they have to comply was this guy saying why would they not even thought of when the opening orders were given so you wait somebody's gonna answer here is to you his hair salon that's what they're going to normal it's something you don't normally take for granted and until.
Why Do Bees Beard?
"Lauren vocal bomb on here. Did you know that one bee has to fly approximately ninety thousand miles. That's one hundred and forty five thousand kilometers or about three times around the earth and gather nectar from some two million flowers to make a mere pound or half a kilo of honey. That's a lot of work for just one. Little Apis Mala Faira. So it's a good thing. That honeybees are well organized task oriented insects who stick together in huge families of several thousand workers per hive. And did you. I know that the honeybee is the only insect produces food eaten by humans end. Honey never expires. Archaeologists have found pots of still edible honey and ancient corruption tombs. That are thousands of years old. That's because honey is hygroscopic. It's great at absorbing moisture so it'll basically desiccated any bacteria or mold that try to eat it and sick with a Ph somewhere between three point five and four point Oh it's about. AS ACIDIC ORANGE JUICE A groundbreaking. Twenty eighteen eighteen study led by biologists the University of California San Diego Consolidate Scientific data from around the globe to show that the honeybee is the most successful pollinator in the world. hold the most important single species of pollinator natural ecosystems and the single most frequent pollinator of naturally occurring flowers and non crop plants on on earth. That's a pretty big vital deal for the planet and no small feat for creatures with a brain the size of a sesame seed. They're amazing B. Two B. Communication skills. Allow them to pipe. That is buzz. Wagle or dance and beard In order to protect themselves and their life's mission making making honey. But let's go back to that last one. What the heck is beard ing? And why do honeybees do it. It's about keeping cool. HONEYBEES are able to regulate the temperature of their hive throughout the year. In winter months they raised the highest temperature by huddling together in vibrating their wings to generate body heat and keep warm. It's sort of like if you were to jog in place or Rub your arms to warm up. But in the summer months the average temperature of the high of should be between ninety and ninety five degrees Fahrenheit. That's thirty two to thirty five Celsius it gets too hot. The bees will fan their wings to lower the temperature and circulate air throughout the hive. Sometimes they collect collect in place droplets of water inside the hive and then queue up at the hives entrance and fan their wings. Creating air currents that evaporated the water and push cool air inside and while the fans are outside thinning there on the inside fanning as well in summers severely hot weather. When the temperatures rise to extremes and the highest population Asian is large and crowded due to an abundance of nectar flow the bees head and mass out of the nest and cluster outside the hive to try to remain cool and keep the high from overheating heating which could kill the next generation of bees? That are growing are hatching busy. Be actively inside. The HIVE generates a lot of heat
The Perfect Temperature For Coffee
"The importance of water temperature temperature when brewing coffee I haven't ever considered water temperature a major element of quality control in making coffee. Why exactly is temperature important? I think about water percolating through coffee grounds there are all kinds of chemical and physical reactions occurring in them. We call that process extraction during extraction distraction water draws out and dissolves compounds that we enjoy such as any accidents and caffeine show which temperatures give us the best levels of extraction took extraction actually depends on a balance of temperature and time higher temperatures lead to quicker extraction the optimal range for hot brewing coffee is water between one hundred ninety five and two hundred five degrees water temperatures accelerates chemical reactions which is why hot coffee obvious ready in minutes. What about cold brew coffee? You need to extend the time to get similar rates of extraction using the cold brew method while Hot Brewing might only take ten minutes or less cold brewing. Take six to seven hours because compounds coffee take significantly more time to dissolve at room temperature. What you're saying is that without extraction we were just have coffee grounds and water exactly the best way to account for extraction when making making hot coffee at home is to use a percolator or coffee machine that reaches that one hundred ninety five degree threshold without exceeding two hundred five degrees? He's too hot and the water will start pull out bitter compounds. That aren't so tasty moment of science comes from Indiana University. There are thousands
Annals Of Internal Medicine And Ninety Five Degrees discussed on The Jim Bohannon Show
"Wall healthwatch some words of caution about fans in really hot weather here's June Shannon age no fun dealing with an extreme heat wave but if your solution to keeping collision electric fan you may be asking for more trouble according to a new study appearing in the annals of internal medicine fans can actually contribute to a potentially dangerous increasing a person's core temperature if outdoor conditions XC ninety five degrees basically your bombarding your body with blowing hot air it is just making you hotter and not cooler as a result body core temperature's soar
"ninety five degrees" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"The soundtrack for gorgeous out there the only thing that makes the traffic more fun is rain and Tampa traffic I think this because at the lyric now the sun is shining let's roll back the awning and I wasn't using that as a way to make you feel miserable rather I tried to a plant in your head the vision of the sun shining rather be ninety seven degrees and like this outside driving ninety seven because of my car it's about sixty two would you prefer reign over sun drive in no not to drive for life I would get you depressed I enjoy the rain at this time of day right wait what it's not you know ninety five degrees out you're not sweating just walking your car I enjoy the cloud coverage if you had to choose one in this is that today's it's okay it's not okay if you had to choose one ninety five degrees or higher every day but it never rains or it rains every day how long is a rain twenty hours a day yeah and I'll take the heat I'll take the rant you said it yourself you would get to press the rate is set so depressed I would deal with it deal but oppression you don't also depressing not be able to go outside John you can go outside the race yeah you can't you you are to go outside in the rain losses I walk outside in the rain all the time it makes me feel alive prove it yeah go walk in the rain right now okay I don't really was cannot let me go I don't want to mess up the back your transplant that's already started all you guys want to keep those follicles fresh okay guys I'll give you rules when I get all right the cool thing is if it does if it rains every day it'll be the rebirth of grunge music fans like but honey double get together is that right he said again he was big in the garage.
U.S. heat wave will impact millions this weekend
"An excessive heat watch goes into effect tomorrow nearly a hundred fifty million people from Arizona to New England are under Hillard CBS's Errol Barnett it's sweltering I'm not sure number three today across the country millions of people are trudging through the first major heat wave of the New York City officials opened dozens of cooling centers to the public taking this heat situation seriously take precautions particularly when it comes to folks with any kind of own ability in Madison Wisconsin volunteers are doing just that knocking on doors checking on the elderly I feel like I'm fireplace so high here in Saint Louis kids of cooling off on public fountain filled playgrounds it's really hot is really high yesterday temperatures at ninety five degrees here and they are expected to rise to the rest of the week high temps could hit the upper nineties and could feel as high as one hundred ten degrees those one hundred ten degree heat index readings are expected to hit us on
News in Brief 1 July 2019
"This is the news in brief from the united nations an increase in heat stress at work linked to climate change is that the have a massive impact on global productivity an economic losses you and labor experts said on sunday highlighting that the world's poorest countries will be west affected particularly in west africa and south east asia the international labor organization or low won't in any report that they lost out but will be equivalent to eighteen million fulltime jobs in twenty thirty and coast at two thousand four hundred billion dollars people working in agriculture are likely to be west hit as these sector will see sixty percent of the total label working house lost from heat stress by the end of the next decade construction will also be severely billy impacted according to a letter with an estimated nineteen percent of global working hours lost by twenty thirty according to iowa heat stress generally a cut above seventy five degrees celsius that's ninety five degrees fahrenheit in places this high humidity in extreme cases it can lead to heat stroke which can be fatal molden one point four million displaced people in over sixty refugee hosting countries will need resettlement next year you in refugee agency said on sunday according to u n h ceo's projected global resettlement needs twenty twenty reports those were the greatest resettlement needs in twenty twenty will be nationals from syria followed by south sudan anti democratic republic of congo globally resettlement needs in twenty twenty all set to rise by one percent compared with this year driven by increased displacement in africa andy america's of six and twenty two percent respectively giving the record numbers of people needing safety from war conflict and persecution and the lack of political solutions sion's to these situations we urgently need countries to come forward and resettle refugees said you were in high commissioner for refugees philippe brandy meanwhile related development you and hcl has added support to a cool for many most states to increase protection for the lgbt community and to be more aware of the unique vulnerability today only thirty seven states grant asylum to individuals on the basis of persecution based on sexual orientation or gender identity according to u n h ceo's assistant high commissioner for protection voca tech and do an independent experts victimology go below us many lgbt i refugees continue to face prejudice and violence in countries of transit and his country's according to mr took while it missed the magic out bulldoze insisted that others are also exposed to disproportionate levels of opportunity attention police abuse violence an extra judicial killings along with forced sterilization cycles conversion therapies and finally della russo should hope the execution of individuals who have contacted the human rights committee for help you and human rights experts have said in a statement addressed to the by the original thirties you went panel cited the case of alexandre phil mickelson even though it had requested did a stay of execution on his behalf to date bella bruce has disregarded every committee request for entering measures not to execute individuals while their cases are on duty committees consideration it said on monday noncompliance with e u n panels request
"ninety five degrees" Discussed on Sports Wars
"It's ninety five degrees sweltering hot, especially five hours and five sets into a grueling match with no end in sight. Sweat, drips off the tip of Rafael Nadal's knows soaking his shirt, and headband as he stares down his opponent for Nando ver- desk. Oh, who is ranked fourteenth in the world Nidal is the number one player. He's desperately trying to somehow outlast desk. Oh and get some much needed rest, if he pulls out the semi-final he'll face Roger Federer in the final. A new episode of the greatest show in tennis, and won. Everyone's dying to see. Adults takes deep breath and gets in position to serve four all in the fifth set. He leans back throws the ball in the air and. Two miles away in an air conditioned hotel, suite Roger Federer is, is ING his knee, and watching the dull struggle in the heat Federer won his own semi-final last night easily taking out American Andy Roddick like countless others is very good in just historically hopeless against Federer. It makes sense that federal would root against an adult to give him the easiest path to the title, especially now that he's one away from tying Pete Sampras career record of fourteen what he knows that to be the true king of the sport. He has to beat the best to where the undisputed crown, but it's looking very tight for an Dahl right now, ESPN's Chris Fowler marvels at the players impossible endurance in what is longest match ever played at the stralia and open today. Finally at one fifteen in the morning..
Russia, Senator Cory Gardner and Karen Pence discussed on Total Information PM
"Temperatures tonight fifty nine tomorrow, mostly sunny skies, we stay that way throughout most of the week could have a few gusty areas that maybe get a brief little isolated shower. But overall, more heat and more sunshine from CBS four, I'm meteorologist Lauren Whitney on KOA NewsRadio. Eight fifty AM and ninety four one FM mostly cloudy
"ninety five degrees" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Head inland. It was. Another warm and hot day temperatures. Well, above average, we topped out for downtown LA at eighty four degrees exactly where we should be this time of year while other places for inland empire, and the San Fernando Valley saw triple digits as we head into the overnight hours, patchy low, clouds and fog will start to move back in and we're looking at overnight lows hovering in the upper sixties for the coast stretching all the way to the upper sixties for a high desert communities a little bit cooler for the mountains at fifty three degrees. But Sunday looks like we're going to stay above average and makes eighties nineties and triple digits, then it's not until Monday, we begin that cool down as a low pressure system to the north of us starts to inch closer to the Southland. So by mid week, expect temperatures to drop to below average with other California's most accurate dependable forecast. I'm CBS to meteorologist amber leaf KNX, ten seventy NewsRadio. Belinda doubt ninety five degrees. Also at ninety five San Clemente at seventy four and in riverside, one hundred one degrees at six seventeen nail the Asaka won the US open. Tennis championship beating veteran. Serena Williams in straight sets six two six four believed that one, but this batch will always be associated with controversy you see waves received a game penalty by the par for bad behaviour spoke racket after receiving a violation that she is being coached from the stands she accused of stealing appoint from her because of the penalty and then called a thief. She was then penalized that entire game. I seem other men. Call other umpires several things, and I'm here fighting for women's rights and for women's equality and for all kinds of stuff in for me to say, fief infirm and take a game. It made me feel like it was a sexist remark. Williams did congratulate her opponent during the trophy presentation and asked the crowd to stop doing. So the young player could enjoy winning her first major championship. I system designed to clean up plastic from the ocean launches into the Pacific from San Francisco today, creators of the device have set lofty goals of cleaning fifty percent of the nearly two trillion pieces. Plastic floating in the great Pacific garbage patch between California and Hawaii in five years. Granted it will take sixty of the systems to get that done. New neck, all Uruk with the ocean cleanup explains how it works along with skirts attached below it, and that system will travel through the ocean through the garbage patch in a c shape or are you show you like, and it will move faster than the flow to plastic. So plastic collect inside of it. She says they'll be monitoring its progress for the next year 'electronic monitoring the distance and frequently visited by vessel in designing the system. She says they went to great lengths to optimize the ability for marine life to escape unharmed. Margaret, caro- KNX, ten seventy NewsRadio. Cal State Fullerton turned rapper to highlight the campus. You wanna bet CS? You have president Fram Burji, spitting.
"Right now join t. mobile and get an unlimited family plan with Netflix included. So you can watch and more places than ever before on your phone, tablet or TV, plus by one, Samsung galaxy s. nine and get one free with twenty four monthly Bill credits. So you and your family can binge your Netflix favorites on your new phones, call one, eight hundred t mobile or visit a store today. Unlimited data on their network video streams at forty p small fraction of customers using over fifty gigs per month may have reduced speeds. If you cancel balances to we'll qualified customers full price, seven, twenty plus tax finance agreements required networks for two screens terms apply. And Hello. Once again, this is late night. Parents best ways Bala show is late. They parents dot com. Across from me is. Buddy extraordinaire. Friend to the room bring to me, and I think he goes by the name of Ricci v. Did he did what's going on? Man? That's a different introduction. Got to switch it up from time to time. Okay. All right. I'll go for that. I think. These headphones heels different feels different and the the new producer that we have in the in the office. Yes, we have an office producer and engineer, and he looks like he's twenty five. Again, I'm telling you Brian grazes in the building with a new haircut. Doing his high school internship. Oh my, but I think he got the haircut because his back to school, that's what it is getting ready. It must be getting shaved up getting high in tight, getting ready to go back to school. Okay. You're probably right. That's probably. I mean, we're hoping as with everything. We try to start off the show very lights, this really dark incidents that are happening. Rich. Yeah. You you kind of have to say, here we go again, it's not a school this time. Thank goodness. So you can't give teachers or you can't offer them guns and not on the teachers. This time you, you can't offer them an extra. I don't know. Ten dollars an HMO, right? Not this time. You know. I don't know this craziness in Jacksonville, Florida. I would be remiss if I didn't mention. I know a few people are gonna hate this, but a lot of these incident, these incidents happen everywhere, but don't these things tend to happen pop up in Florida. Don't you hear like different pockets? You start to wonder, is it the heat? I don't know. It's something what brings all this out, but for those who may not be aware, we're referencing a shooting that happened in Jacksonville, Florida this weekend and east sports. How petition so far? I believe the numbers nine people injured a couple of the Talibans. They haven't been able to find out an exact number on the fatalities. The suspect is one of the fatalities of the rights right? So it's it's that comes into play. Like I said, interview on Danny Thompson has featured guests for this week more of a friend to the room as he kicks off his podcasting, and you know, covering all different types of sports. We'll talk about Senator McCain at the second part of the show. Okay. After the interview, we'll talk about Neil Simon. Yes. At the second or third part of the show, I guess we'll jump in now. He's the editor. Pike caster broadcaster. For random sociation dot com. Danny Thompson is in the building Danny how you doing. Ted rich, it's so beautiful night, I guess, in Florida. But you know the incident today kind of dampened the nice ninety, five degree weather type. They were having down here today. So. Welcome to the show. Glad to hear that you do it well down there. Yeah, it's it's different. I mean, you know, the shooting today was just something that kinda changed a lot of things. No change the mindset, especially with being close to home, and you know, with it being a Madden tournaments, you know, the background of the my background being EA sports, working with some of the guys who actually helping throwing that tournament down there. So it's just like, you know, they're, they're safe and that's a good thing about the ask. Yeah. Yeah, they're good. And he always just that is so sad and my heart goes out to the people involved in the tragedy assist, you know, video games all the places you think schools went thing, but a video game tournament. So
"ninety five degrees" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"North Texas today's, high we'll be right around one hundred degrees but with the humidity it will feel about five degrees hotter than that so be. Sure to say hydrated as we head into the weekend expect more of the same with continued. Sunshine and highs close to. One hundred both Saturday and Sunday looking ahead to next week. No major changes expected staying hot and dry with highs. In the upper nineties through mid week I'm NBC five, weather expert kisha burns ninety five degrees. At KRLD news traffic and weather all news all day NewsRadio ten eighty KRLD your news now A local deputy in. Deep trouble good afternoon it's two thirty I'm John little Johnson, county deputy, has been fired after. Being arrested on a child sex charge KRLD's Austin York has more an investigation was started into Twenty-three-year-old Toby Allison following tip from a citizen telling deputies about. The alleged sexual contact with. A thirteen year old girl deputy. Aaron Pitts, says Allison was still trainee with the, agency and at the, incident occurred while he was off duty Allison's appointment. Was terminated and Allison was arrested at the Johnson county sheriff's office, for aggravated sexual assault of a child a first degree felony his bond has been set at one hundred thousand dollars Alison had. Been hired with the agency only two months ago Austin York NewsRadio ten eighty KRLD another person. Has pleaded guilty to child. Pornography charges in the widespread Collin county sting Forty-seven-year-old Scott Egion. Burke was one of fifteen people charged with exchanging child porn Born in a ring was smashed last year he was. Put on probation for eight years and has to attend. Sex offender therapy a restaurant owner and a plano police dispatcher, were also snared in the sting. A former. Director of the. Centers for disease control and. Prevention has been arrested in New York Thomas Friedman faces charges of. Forcible touching sex abuse and harassment the incident allegedly occurred in October. Last, year and was reported last month CBS reporters Sabrina Sabrina Cupet has reaction from freedoms current employer in a, written statement from the president and CEO of the company. He says freidan informed him in April that a non, work related friend of. The family of more than thirty years had accused him of inappropriate physical contact a thorough external. Investigation found that there. Had never been any appropriate behavior at work the statement. Went on to say that Fredin has the highest ethical standards, both personally, and professionally President Trump. Has cancelled Mike Pompeo's trip to North Korea the secretary of state was scheduled to visit next week the cancellation of this trip is a reflection of the reality Of the dynamic in the wake. Of the Singapore summit ten weeks ago since then secretary Pompeo has flown to Pyongyang only to be stood up by Kim Jong Hoon and while his regime has returned remains. Believed to be of Americans killed in the Korean war there. Has not been much progress toward denuclearization in tweets canceling Pompeo's trip the president says, he. Sends. His warmest regards to Kim, adding he looks forward to seeing him soon that CBS news White House correspondent. Steven Portnoy, Republican Senator John McCain's family announces he's ending treatment for brain cancer CBS news update the army is thanking ailing Arizona Senator John McCain calling him. An American hero while activating its new future command center in Texas the tribute comes. Out to the Republican senators family announced that he would discontinue treatment for. Brain cancer the eighty one year old has been away from the capital since. December chief congressional correspondent Nancy Cortes he's been a something. Of a alone voice of dissent on a various issues here On Capitol Hill breaking with his party on health care on taxes and trying to stay in the conversation even as he was undergoing treatment back in Arizona chief medical correspondent Dr John lapook saying that we're going to now. Turn to comfort care which means we're not gonna do, anything specifically to. Treat the cancer and instead we're going to give him things. That make the quality of his life better so that'll, be for example steroids the decrease the. Swelling in the brain. Anti nausea medication pain medication CBS..
Defining a Character
"That's all that I ever see are the ones where something creative happens in view. Something you hadn't even expect. It caused the invest with that you're making his. Creative during the audition. Welcome to casting actors, cast casting director. Jeffrey dries Bach takes you behind the scenes. Find out more on casting actors, cast dot com. Now, here's your host. Jeffrey dries Bach. Thanks again for joining us. I'm casting actors cast. I'm Jeffrey dries back. Today's show. We're going to be talking about defining a character. This is really going to be useful for any addition that you might have, but it's also going to be, I think very helpful for those of you who are a little bit lost about exactly what that means. But first before we jump into the subject today, I wanted to thank all of those responses that I've been getting on casting, actors, cast dot com and the Email casting actors cast all one word at g mail dot com. Really appreciate the feedback I've been getting and those of you that are listening and sticking with it. I'm really grateful to you for that. If you haven't sent me a note or jumped in the talent pool, you'll find that at casting actors, cast dot com would really love to get some feedback from you. I'm talking to you. Yeah, that would be great. So today's episode talking about defining a. Character. Now this is really useful for those of you. Like I said, who might have an issue with additioning you've quite sure what to do with the character you've been given at the same time. This is really useful if you've been hired for a project and you really want to explore some of the options that are available to you. As far as character development is concerned. I know Pat had class over the summer and she actually had a student ask her, what does it mean to have a character really? No kidding. This was a BA in acting didn't quite know what a character was, which was little strange and difficult to comprehend. So I thought it would really, really fun to put something together for her class to help her. And it's the result of what I put together for this class that is prompting this podcast today. So it really amounts to having a checklist. If you can have a checklist of. Of adjectives or items that might be helpful to defining your character. Then by all means, this is the checklist that you should be using. If you were to take, if you were to take two lines down a page, the first box. The first section on the left hand side of your page would be what I call physical. So the subject being physical, what physical characteristics bite your character possess the center would be mental? What are the mental attributes or qualities that your character might have? And then finally, the third column would be emotion or range. And what I mean by that is the emotional range of the character. I'm going to make that really clear injustice second. But let's take a look at the first column, and here's some checklist items for you to take a look at the first physical requirement is obviously age. How old is your character followed? I male or female followed by body type. Is the body type, thin, heavy average. Also, physical attributes might be height. Weight is your character considered beautiful unattractive. Maybe the character is sexy, athletic or sickly. Those are physical attributes. Also on the physical side, the walk style, you know, each person has kind of unique and individual walk. Howard your character walk, what your characters hair-color perhaps it's an ethnicity issue. What is your characters heritage? Does your character, heaven, accent. Does your character speak another language? Or are there other distinctive characteristics that might help shape and define your character? Now? I know you might come up with a few more of your own, but that's a checklist of the physical qualities that your character may or may not possess. Now, the second or the middle column of your three columns would be the mental. And so here's how I would define some of the mental. Qualities that your character might have. First of all, you want it with stabbed the educational level of that character. What's the characters I q, for example,
"ninety five degrees" Discussed on KTRH
"Of flexing its, muscle across southeastern Texas, and most. Of the rain has been driven out of the state on up into Oklahoma and parts of the central United States. Much less of a rain chance all across the state next several days It's the stray storm at most for us here this afternoon Ninety-three degrees seventy seven tonight and ninety five degrees tomorrow I'm Scott Lawrimore at. The Weather Channel we've hit ninety feels, like one hundred at the KTAR h Westside northside. Lexus weather center thirty one our top story on Twitter this morning the president said so far we have the team we want eight for nine, in, special elections President. Trump endorsed several candidates for or who are up for governor house and. Senate seats in Kansas Connecticut Minnesota and Wisconsin closing arguments are underway in the Paul. Manafort Bank fr- tax fraud trial the former Trump campaign manager recipes case yesterday without calling any witnesses. For his defense lawyers say, the state didn't prove. Its case Benford faces eighteen counts of tax, evasion and, Bank fraud some feistiness at Texans camp Texan superstar wide receiver Andre Hopkins got into it with. Niners safety Jimmy ward and they exchange punches after ward got a little too. Aggressive while Hopkins was catching a pass they ended fighting on. The ground before they were tossed from practice Texans host The Niners, Saturday, night we've got some. Video of this action at. KTAR h. dot com well? The Astros have lost five? In a row and for the? First time in decades. They've lost their last nine. In a row at home they wrap. Up a two game series with the Rockies tonight coverage starts at six on sports talk seven ninety. The Dow is now down two hundred, eleven.
"ninety five degrees" Discussed on KTRH
"Temps up to ninety, five, degrees I'm meteorologist, Scott, Lawrimore at, the Weather Channel ninety. Six. Now under partly. Cloudy skies at the KTAR h top tax defenders twenty four hour weather center. KTAR h news. Time four oh one our top story. A jury today sentenced to Houston Muslim. Man to die, or, to so called honor. Killings he carried out sixty two year old Ali, who'd Awad song was convicted in the two thousand two murders of his son-in-law Cody beavers and. A friend of his daughter gallery Bagherzadeh because he thought they'd helped convince her to convert to Christianity defense attorneys unsuccessfully argued that should get life in prison instead. So he wouldn't be considered A. Martyr, the discovering me academy being sued. By the parents of a toddler who died in a hot van after, he was left, inside after field trip last month little Raymond Pryor has devastated that employs failed of have systems in place to protect children including his son but something needs to be put in place because I never would ever would have believed anything like this whatever happened to my parents lawyer Larry Wilson says they can't put a price. Tag on having their child back alive one. Thing the family would very much like to see is that the people. Involved here as part of any resolution agree to never be. Involved with, organized childcare again, ever Harris County, grand jury is, still investigating the death Texas Department of family protective. Services. Is also conducting its own investigation a nine year old Guatemalan boys separated from his mother at the border appeared before an immigration judge in Houston today he was ordered to remain in custody of refugee services his attorney argues he celebrated a. Birthday while, in custody for the past eighty five days now. We.
Federal judge orders Trump administration to restore DACA
"This morning we do have long term construction though moving north or southbound on four ten Marbot the turnaround lanes are blocked off you have. Construction southbound. Sixteen oh four from military. All the way down to highway ninety and thirty-five access road north and. Southbound at eleven oh three alternating lanes blocked until October I'm Steven FOSS NewsRadio, twelve hundred w away from. The roofing dot com weather center dry started the. Weekend on this Saturday with a few clouds initially then some afternoon signed China's the high approaches ninety four clear to. The evening the low tonight will drop to seventy five and partly cloudy and slightly. Warmer tomorrow the hype to ninety five degrees I'm meteorologist Jeff marr from the Weather Channel on San. Antonio's official weather, station, NewsRadio twelve hundred w.. O. AI morning clouds seventy four degrees Six oh one at, NewsRadio twelve hundred w flames lit up the skies overnight on. The city's far west side is a two alarm apartment fire tore through, one building and threatened several others nearby thirty. Five fire units responding to that call at the Stony Brook apartments on border brick drive off timber hill no one reported injured it took. An hour. To contain the blaze no. Word yet on its cause a federal judge has ordered the Trump administration. To fully restore the deferred action for childhood arrivals or DACA program United States, District Judge John debates issued. The ruling Friday saying the White House failed to. Provide justification for ending the program President Obama started DACA to provide work permits and deferrals from deportation to eight hundred. Thousand dreamers the judge is delaying implementation for twenty days to give the Trump. Administration. Time to decide if it wants to appeal his decision White nationalists are. Expected to converge on the nation's capital for a unite the right rally August twelfth and. The city's metro transit systems considering giving them a private train to get there to prevent violence but the idea is causing controversy.
Downton Abbey Movie Is Officially Happening With Original Cast Returning for More Crawley Family Drama
"Direct k n s s news now at three o'clock i'm ted woodward currently in wichita we have a bit of a gusty wind out of the south ninety five degrees forecast high today ninety eight the sedgwick county sheriff's department says that a truck belonging to a sixty seven year old man who was murdered last week has been found said we are now investigating this death as a homicide john gaffney the sixty seven year old man the victim his pickup truck had been missing since he was found dead in his home last saturday afternoon that nineteen ninetyseven dodge pickup has been located but have not said where that truck was found gafni was found dead in his home last saturday in the forty five hundred block of west fifty seventh circle north that's not far from fifty third north and meridian the department of justice announcing more indictments against russian nationals for tampering with the two thousand sixteen election the indictment alleges that twelve russian intelligence officers had clinton campaign officials the dnc and the democratic congressional campaign committee in an effort to interfere in the twenty sixteen election deputy attorney general rod rosenstein announced the indictment at the justice department i briefed president trump about these allegations earlier this week the president is fully aware of the department's actions today senate minority leader chuck schumer in a statement said president trump should cancel his meeting with flat amir putin until russia takes demonstrable and transparent steps to prove that they won't interfere in future elections at the white house jon decker fox news fans of downton abbey there's going to be a movie the popular pbs drama coming to the big screen the crawley's her back and bigger than ever before now you've struck a chord three years after downton abbey ended focus features and carnival films teamed up for a feature film on the popular series cousin violet is in part to blame the original cast will return alongside series creator oscar winner julian fellowes who wrote the screenplay loosely looking forward to.
"ninety five degrees" Discussed on KNSS
"Heat and humidity building on in here folks for the next several days just a few clouds lingering through the early morning our low mid seventies he's sunshine throughout our wednesday the high up to ninety five degrees wall to wall sunshine for thursday and for friday to high ranging from the mid to upper nineties i'm cayenne s meteorologist shutter for more informative stephen ten in the morning national catfish day kansas are named for prominent barbells which resembled can't whiskers they're good source of vitamin d so show of hands here how many have actually eaten catfish yeah four four how many in this room actually caught a catfish not me i'm the odd man out review of all kinds of catfish and we didn't i didn't hear one story another big one by hand wants to catfish this fit all right i wanna stories thank you starts your morning right stephen ted mornings from six till nine on s s steve and ted in the morning the us senator killed mansion cracked a rib of us senator claire mccaskill while performing the heimlich maneuver mccaskill the end joking during his luncheon for senate democrats thursday mccaskill says she's really grateful to joe she adds a little bit of the sore rib is no big deal i started choking on my screen filled i guess i'd have to step into action you want to do and maybe i would just say jad action over there and i would finish that greenfield update you would grabbed me by the ankles and books start shaking yeah think that's the way the heimlich maneuver dance yeah came right down to it i think we get the job stephen ted mornings from six until nine s s it's the decision which will impact our country judge cabin is a supreme court nominee.
"ninety five degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Be a bit of a hot one today details now with brian thompson it will be hot on a bit more humid this afternoon with a good deal of sunshine a little bit of a breeze to hire on ninety five degrees tonight partly to mostly cloudy muggy with the shower thunderstorm in spots the low near seventy but the heat has gone tomorrow much cooler with mix of sun and clouds highs seventy six watch for rough surf and rip currents tomorrow into thursday as chris passes by well offshore on thursday sunshine a mix of clouds will be pleasant a high of seventy seven friday looks beautiful too with a good deal of sunshine and a high of seventy nine i'm accuweather meteorologist brian thompson wbz newsradio ten thirty now in reading it's eighty four degrees eighty eight and took sperry here in boston i see sunny skies outside the w studios and we have eighty six degrees wbz news time eleven fifteen a ten year old girl from duxbury says she is taylor swiss biggest fan me a little hill has created a twitter video about her idol wbz tv's david wade tells us she hopes to meet swift when the pop star plays gillette stadium later this month mia has been more than a little into taylor swift for several years here new album reputation that's like one of my phase me his love for the popstar goes beyond that i have autism me not only finds joy in the music she uses it to calm herself control her impulses and focus by asking yourself what would taylor do break take some deep breaths totally helps me cool out mea is hoping that her idol sees her video and when she comes to gillette at the end of the month somehow someway the two will get a chance to meet taylor swift has three three shows scheduled for later this month.
Abe visiting flood-hit western Japan as deaths reach 176
"The northeast tubs later on today into the evening but i don't think it's going to be anything that's going to cause any major delays around here is just the heat and humidity today high ninety five of sunshine and clouds seventy four tonight with a mainly clear sky the humidity comes down a little bit tomorrow and thursday still pretty hot though with mostly sunny sky both days highs in the lower to mid nineties up to ninety six friday with the mostly sunny sky a rather humid too and a hot and humid day saturday with intervals of clouds and sun maybe a shower thunderstorm especially in the afternoon with a high around ninety five degrees but nominee rain opportunities over the next few days right now it is mostly clear what seventy six degrees in ola vet seventythree at high originates seventyseven downtown at the arch i'm accuweather meteorologist brian thompson on the voice of saint louis cam wax komo news time is five twenty three a motorcycle crash in sainte genevieve county claims the life of a farmington man the missouri highway patrol says forty one year old nncholas courtney missed a curve on route oh monday afternoon just south of fifty five courtney's bike went off the road and landed in a ditch nooks is recalling ground beef and brought were sold at its dr dean prairie store on highway k over the past few days the company says any schmucks brand brought worse bought between july second and eighth in any chinooks brand ground beef purchase between july second and fifth could contain portions of meat packaging clip anyone who bought these can bring the products back for a full refund or exchange a local pest control expert is warning people to keep an eye out for brown were clues spiders whose numbers are on the rise this summer gary rattler with rattler preston lawn solution says they're getting dozens of calls a day for help with brown recluse investigations really been bad this year was the long winter and then we immediately went to you know ninety degrees and they've really been a problem the painful bite of a brown recluse almost always warrants visit to the doctor or even the emergency room japan's government says at least one hundred thirty four people are confirmed dead from the heavy rains floods and mudslides that have struck western japan reporter jason blair has more rescuers continue to look for survivors of the worst flooding hit japan since one thousand nine hundred eighty to seventy two hours now having passed since the worst of the rains hopes of fighting for those yet to be found devastated infrastructure has hampered efforts to get food and medical supplies to thousands of evacuees while fifty thousand times without power and two hundred and seventy thousand without water a survivors deal with temperatures soaring to ninety degrees coming up in.
"ninety five degrees" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Hear that voice god by blood runs calls every time i hear a voice even though i mean this weekend the sand was so hot seriously like you you had to wear shoes literally like burn the bottom of your feet and there were some relief really close but as soon as you walked over the dunes it was hot i mean it's it's it's not much relief if you had out to the beach areas unless you're sitting right at that water's edge hey hang in there do people still walk remember that moment in time where people all seem to have that little personal fan those little hand held fans that you could say yeah people still use i don't know i don't see any on the street probably in the offices but if it's anything like as you don't need a fan it's like a frigging ice chest and natalie's worried at natalie's wearing a big heavy wool sweaters this morning dressed like an eskimo it's ninety five degrees outside layer on days no because you walk out in the hot air just so hard because you're freezing your like an ice cube walking out of the building alice i have to ask a question what did this woman's pajamas looked like she was wearing there were very late in very very translucent allison in your in your hmo's nice travels around times square did you notice a lot of people dressed very lightly a little risque brand i knew you were going to say that i'm short short skirts and a lot of top slower than they probably should be wouldn't bend over like that they walk to work in shorts and and you know late summer dresses and whatnot and then when they get into the office they actually put a sweater on those over those exposed says those bouncing around here i'll tell you that alice here's the big question what are you wearing what am i wearing a dress i wear dresses all summer long skirts and dresses no shorts no pants just skirts spaghetti spaghetti string on the shoulder hack now over that stuff what are you kidding me translucent over all right let's go go go spritz elmo for us if he's sweating up a storm palestine could you imagine being elmo or characters today idaho thanks stockton rossini on the scene beaten that he you know i have a friend who worked as a disney character walt disneyworld really hot down there he was a big bad wolf actually were read out of college they have air conditioning units in the costumes at disneyworld they actually it's a battery operated little conditioning really on that makes the costumes you can keep you could you could pass out pass out of your the big bad wolf down there with that you know tongue hanging out there and it's a hundred degrees down in florida but all those costumes you know the big heads around yeah it's been on florida you've got some air conditioning you cannot traumatize children while you seeing you know disney characters good i don't think it's that high i mean well it is hot but mean it's they have this excessive heat warning it's oppressive this very scary tone to the weather forecast look at it's hot have to be smart you can't overexert yourself if you have issues stay inside walk slow you have water i may i may go for a jog though i like to run in the heat because i feel if you're running the weather like this you really sweat everything out and since i had gallons of rosa at lunch last week i could go with the purge with a run today and sweat it all speaking of rosa you did.
"ninety five degrees" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Thing today i don't think so tweeting us earlier saying that she's here just going to say we don't need a weather report tracy because it's hot out we know this but it's supposed to rain she was tweeting like the whole early this morning ninety seven percent chance of rain down here in the city between five thirty and eight o'clock this evening i certainly hope you're looking at the abc seven whether he is yes of course always the question for tracy is will there be golf today well the gulf be interrupted i'm not gonna golf today oh blanket hot friday evening and it was ninety five degrees out and it was fine the other day my wife says can you do you can you spray the weeds in the back today know that today okay let me ask you this question once you're sweating what's the difference i don't wanna start sweating in the first place i don't want to begin the sweating process but if you if you are in it and you start sweating once you're sweating you're gonna be racist we will get to the nba in just a second question for you guys i used to work with a guy and i never understood why this guy did this when he was driving nada way back when i even before i was on radio i worked with a guy and when when it was hot out he would drive his car with the air conditioning on and the windows open think about it though he explained to me at home it makes sense to close your windows because you're paying for that air and is running out you know you don't want to open your windows because you're basically conditioning the outside you're driving the little box that you're driving in sure you wanted to be cool in view of the windows open you're still getting the cold air blowing on you so yeah you're going away some gas but you're going to have the air conditioning at anyway so what's the difference if you drive with the air conditioning and the windows open because i want the car to be called but as long as you're cold and you've got to blowers blow in lake right on you pardon the expression if you are fred driveins i guess i should have said with the windows open it's not as cold as it could possibly be yeah you're allowing warm air nice breeze your hair's blowing in the breeze or if you have hair i don't want a breeze i want the air conditioner one of the breeze i just have the windows down i just wondered if there's anybody else out there that does that i do know somebody who had a convertible and would have the ac rocking on the convertible but the top down you know can we well he's idiots there you go the air because the cold air is blowing on you it's just an ice cold breeze any still have you the surroundings thank you i tried it a couple of times but not what is this hot okay no allendc days it's too hot to do anything what is the eighty five set to sit inside and watch critically acclaimed dramas which actually could be critically acclaimed it said on ice hot like when you're when you're outside you got put like ice on your chair and just take it all in yeah that's how hot it is is this breaking news what what are you got friday chicago blackhawks forward chris kunitz and goaltender cam ward agreed to one year deals defenseman brandon manning a two year contract i think pat boyle sent that i don't have alerts for that i don't either it's just the blackhawks so the nhl is doing free agency they are all right cool i will wait and see who their lebron someone tweet this yes are you guys surprised that the that the free agency period that the nba has done something like the nfl where this isn't an eleven o'clock central or midnight eastern this is changing three o'clock in the afternoon for a prime time something maybe like a primetime thing why is this at midnight when the day clicks understanding change it to and get the full exposure well you could say july first at three o'clock why don't you get the.
"ninety five degrees" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"You know and if you have upstairs bedrooms and that upstairs attic is not ventilated properly and it's i don't know going to be ninety five degrees say up annette at outside i would say up in that attic you're probably somewhere between one hundred and thirty one hundred and forty degrees unventilated which is going to make that air conditioner really work hard to cool off maybe some of those bedrooms upstairs so if you have no idea what the temperature is and if you don't know if that attic is properly ventilated those are a couple of things i would encourage you to put in a plan of action in find out and i know you don't wanna crop in the adequacy qatar forty degrees just as the temperatures but here's a little tip for you you've seen those sensors that you can install outside and then your thermometer digital readout inside we'll tell you what the temperature is not only inside your house but also outside of your house i encourage you to get one of those sensors up in your attic you can literally use that information year round it'll talk about what the temperature is inside your home it'll talk about what the humidity level is inside your home and then that sensor is rather than putting it outside if you put it in the attic it'll tell you what that temperature is in that etiquette what's humidity level is in that adding and at that point if you leave it up for a year and check it out seasonally that's great and then you can move that little sensor outside and then you'll have an indoor outdoor thermometer and you say why we'll figure this if that attic is one hundred forty degrees man a the how much insulation you got up there to create that buffer between his upstairs bedrooms or any of the bedrooms and that attic if it's inadequate that air conditioning just working its brains outright so something has to be done about lowering the temperature in the attic and also increasing the installation so goes back to that insulation ventilation issue if the outdoor temperature is ninety five and you're going oh my gosh that that attic is one hundred ten well yeah no kidding ventilated it's doing his job convictions working it's not air conditioning that attic it's just moving air through that addict and not letting that heat build up in that attic that means is properly ventilated but again if those numbers are crazy still doesn't mean you don't need more insulation right it just means that the ventilation working now if you have an attic that's ventilated you got the rich van she got the soft advance and all of a sudden that numbers tony stole a hundred and forty degrees we got an issue something's going on here maybe the sophists are blocked maybe you don't have enough soft advance maybe got too many ridge vents they say like seventy five percent of the homes that are ventilated are not ventilated properly so you need to take action and just having that information will really help you in the wintertime if that you minniti levels too high that's a problem because that's where he gave the condensation and you get mold and mildew in your attic and then you got a problem used to be when we start ventilating roofs people would start covering up to ventilators during the wintertime it's like no no no no you need that to in the wintertime you just kinda need to focus a little bit more on the humidity levels versus the temperature all right the phone lines are open our phone number's eight hundred eighty two three eight two five five again that's eight hundred eighty two three eight two five five jump on board join us in janet you get started.
Trump says Saudi king agreed to raise oil production up to 2 million barrels
"Being remembered in maryland last night the victims of an office shooting oh please several tear filled memorials held throughout annapolis is the community tries to cope with the loss of five staffers from its hometown newspaper the capital gazette the nearby baltimore orioles holding a moment of silence at its friday night game in their honor a bouquet of white lillies left at the camden yards per seat reserved for gazette reporters fox's jail nato jared ramos's charged with five counts of murder after police say he blasted his way through a newsroom with a shotgun a farmer who say ramos had a grudge against the paper billions of dollars in retaliatory tariffs are set to take affect tomorrow as canada reacts to us tariffs on steel and aluminum canadian officials say those tariffs take effect on sunday but that announcement did not put a damper on a celebration at the white house the president touted the effects of his economic policies celebrating six months since he fulfilled his campaign promise to overhaul the us tax system new jobs bigger paychecks and keeping more of your hard earned money where it belongs in your pocket or wherever else you wanna spend and now the treasury department says it's making it easier for americans to file their taxes next year officials released this new ten forty form just the size of a postcard only twenty three lines long in washington ray bogan fox news president trump says he's received assurances for king salman of saudi arabia that the kingdom will increase oil production maybe up to two million barrels in response to turmoil in iran and venezuela saudi arabia says king salman and the president did talk about oil stability but the kingdom made no mention about the two million barrels pam who sell fox news radio the heat is on for this last weekend of june we're closing down gene with temperatures in the mid nineties here this afternoon seventy two our low tonight he didn't ex values close to one hundred today by the way so that they can easy out there and then sunny and hot sunday kicking off do i would ninety five degrees i'm meteorologist scott lawrimore at the weather channel for.
"ninety five degrees" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Jones with you on this but not yet rainy saturday taking you till one jody mac then yankees a little bit later this afternoon from the trump by the way i know that trump is not picturesque i understand the issues with it more reminded of them constantly as you you may now i will say this about the trump and i do remember at least one power outage there which was somewhat ironic that you had a delay in dome but always seventy two degrees and no humidity and i always appreciated going to tampa and knowing that at least i didn't have the humidity factor to deal with as it was ninety five degrees outside so that trump has a few redeeming qualities not many not many before we we'll take a break with dave with the update and then we'll get to your calls at eight seven seven three three seven sixty six sixty six did want to mention the mets another case last night slightly different but another case where a starter has to be perfect zack wheeler listen that that that pitch that pitched bellinger cannot be in the strike zone i did stay on and watch wheeler post game i thought he was good he stayed he seemed patient he answered all the questions he knows it he missed his spot the ball tales over and a grand slam and you knew then the game was over and i know batista came up with the two run home run but the mets don't come back they don't come back from four run deficits late or ever really they don't win at home they don't win very often and they're really in a spot where you have to believe that at some point even though we're still firmly in the month of june and got a couple of weeks before the all star break they're going to start to become sellers though not likely with syndergaard and almost certainly not with jacob degrom devoid of wins devoid of confidence which is related to that devoid of hope and that such a a sad tale as we have not reached the all star break it's a long season ahead i do hope they continue to bring up some young players sandy alderson yesterday i mentioned that briefly in the open when he talked about the idea that they've got to find ways not only to win but to get to try to not be afraid he said to try new faces.
"ninety five degrees" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"Thirty nine minutes after one o'clock it's hot out there greg flag warnings in effect it's ninety five degrees right now pretty much free forecast hi close to it anyway probably get up close to a hundred today it's windy out as well win round twenty gusting to close to thirty therefore red flag warnings in effect high fire danger low humidity stream heat bad city asian ninety five degrees right now forecast for tomorrow is sunny and ninety three then they ninety monday ninety mid nineties next week a warm spell no question about hydrate jack on each other don't leave things people in the vehicle they will melt for die daca filmmaker jim mckay one forty five as a film coming to young cocteau in talk to christian viele and wendy barrett santa fe scottish right temple big beautiful new book from the museum of new mexico press and they will be unveiling the book launching the book on sunday at the scotties right temple behind the adobe walled with jackie feely three o'clock santa fe garden club and melissa mccracken a four o'clock from the cody old west.
Endangerment, Twitter and Orin Wolf discussed on WDRC
"The usda hhs the ad council tennessee woman is charged with child endangerment for transporting to children in pet kennels inside her car in ninety five degree heat a memphis police affidavit shows sixty two year old damone cheeks says there was no room in the car so she suggested these seven and eight year old children get inside the kennels the children tell police they got hot as there was no air conditioning and iconic restaurant known for breakfast has people wondering about a name change some things are mainstays water is wets the sky is blue and i hop stands for international house of pancakes well maybe not that last one anymore after setting social media ablaze with speculation with its post on twitter and facebook last week i hop is revealing all today the post which said the sixty year old restaurant would be flipping the pe in its name to a b got people talking wondering if the beasted for breakfast brunch or bacon change the name if you must but don't go messing with rudy tutti fresh and fruity okay guys tanya jaipur hours fox news the seventy second annual tony awards were sunday night the biggest winner the band's visit taking home ten trophies producer orin wolf gave the acceptance speech for best musical the band's visit us it gives people hope and makes borders disappear although the characters are strangers to each other with great political divides our show offers.
Woman arrested for transporting children in pet kennels, police say
"Insurance for over forty years in tennessee a woman arrested over the weekend after using animal enclosures to transport two young children more for maybe see news there was no room insider vehicle memphis police say limo cheeks told them so the sixty two year old woman had two children ages seven and eight ride inside dog kennels in the back of arrests uv viral video showing her leading the children out of the pet carriers there were no air conditioning vents in the back of the vehicle and the children told police they were very hot the temperature at the time around ninety five degrees cheeks held and charged with two counts of child endangerment dave packer abc news hamilton county sheriff's deputies called to the sixty eight hundred block of samson lane and silverton last night about a possible home invasion what's on scene deputies did locate the victim and the victim was shot according to deputies two suspects forced their way into the home and shot the man who was actually able to fire several shots back at the suspects before they fled the only description of the intruders two black males the victim taken to uc medical center is current condition is unknown leaders will continue to respond to questions from.
"ninety five degrees" Discussed on WRVA
"Is a sleep are floating in space but your mind is brightly alert yes i had that experience before but it was more like a twilight wonderful way to deal with amazing and then this is this is wonderful again before you know any type of surgery or after an type of surgery so you really have trained your mind over the years to deal with pain so this is anyone can do this if they practice practice of most people take a little time but you know it's like biofeedback to me at an elaborate i call it since re biofeedback and elba green of course who introduced temperature i e e g jury although back in the early seventies can't control an excellent for migraine headache i teach people with a tight little finger the mama tour and your hand if you're you know just dots in a normal temperature will the finger tips will be about eighty five to ninety degrees to well you can learn to raise the temperature up to ninety five degrees mentally and i had a woman just two days ago her hands started off at eighty degrees fingers cold in five minutes she got up to ninety by focusing temperature into the hands circulation is war men imaginative is sun beaming down upon warming at through it through amazing now so would you say these therapies are are great for people who have tried everything and want to maybe they've even tried surgery and conventional medicine and different types of therapies but they still have had no relief exactly the normal type of person that comes to you that has have really tried everything else or that those that want to try the alternative methods and seventy nine percent of my patients have failed conventional medicine about one percent come because they don't walk in visual.