17 Burst results for "Ninety Inches"

"ninety inches" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

03:13 min | 1 year ago

"ninety inches" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Good morning to you I'm Patrick Osborne topping Austin's news and early leak of what could be inside the justice department's internal review of FBI surveillance warrants department inspector general is expected to say that the F. B. I. never tried to place undercover agents or informants inside the trunk twenty sixteen campaign that is according to a report in The New York Times the finding the time is right is one of several by inspector general Michael Horowitz that undercuts conservatives claims that the FBI acted improperly in investigating several trump associates starting in twenty sixteen PP I obtained a FISA warrant to surveil Carter page of former trump campaign adviser because of alleged ties he had to the Russian government the times says inspector general **** what's found that F. B. I. leaders did not take politically motivated actions in pursuing the wire tap on Mr painters fox's Ellison barber reporting their U. S. economy grew at a moderate two point one percent annual rate over the summer slightly faster than first estimated but a lot of economists say they think growth is slowing sharply in the current quarter that July to September figure exceeded the commerce department's initial estimate of one point nine percent annual growth a key reason is that business has been cut back on investment spending as much as first estimated two massive explosions thirteen hours apart tear through a Texas chemical plant on Wednesday leaving three workers injured at this time we still have emergency response crews from TPC as wells mutual aid organizations and neighboring facilities on site and they're actively addressing the conditions on the location of Troy mon director of health safety and security for TPC group which operates that plant the blast blew out windows and doors of nearby homes and profit of mandatory evacuation of a four mile radius from that plan port Neches two provisions in Austin short term rental ordinance been struck down by the Texas third court of appeals that ordinance was challenged in twenty sixteen by the Texas public policy foundation general counsel Robert Henke at the time said the city become quote the bed check police for individuals that are own and operate for individuals that choose to stay in a short term rental neither activity causes you to have inferior right the court ruling struck down the ban on tight to S. T. ours which a rentals in which the owner does not live it also strikes down the ordinances to adult maximum limit per room Austin's are homeless shelter running a blanket drive through December the arches any price says there specifically asking for blanket size for adults not throw blanket so we are asking for nothing smaller than sixty six inches going ninety inches at the twin size blanket I think the full if ninety inches by ninety inches this is the past few years they've held similar drives and people would bring in small throw blankets not suited for the outdoors are fitted for an adult that would lead some to turn down those donations and governor Greg Abbott today or visit the home was campsite any authorized this month on state owned land your one eighty three in Mont topless will be handing out thanksgiving meals to those living there the campsite though still not very populated with only about a dozen or so residents some people say that campsite is just too far away from Austin scored a service their needs Edward fifty degrees in her right now and I'm Patrick Osborne get Austin news on demand and news radio kill the J. dot com you're listening to the best of Todd and don on newsradio kale be Jeff.

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"ninety inches" Discussed on The HT Guys

The HT Guys

03:24 min | 2 years ago

"ninety inches" Discussed on The HT Guys

"Know that it's necessary, but the ninety eight inches kind of appealing as well. Maybe in about four years at all drop down to about six or seven thousand dollars. And then, you know, why get a projector other than it may be hard to move a ninety eight inch television into your house someplace it may be difficult to get carded around. But what would you think about going with? And so a ninety eight inch eight K make sense on ninety eight inch because at screens so gigantic, but what if you could get your hands on a ninety eight inch four K for like thirteen grand? So the same prices that eighty five inch eight K, but it's a four k nine. Ninety eight inch for thirteen thousand you said you paid ten grand for your projector set up which was like a hundred inches. This is essentially the same size ninety eight and she would be able to tell the difference. It's a little bit more expensive at thirteen grand. But you don't have ambient light issues. You can watch it anytime. And you know, the overall experience is a kind of I don't know about power maybe because he was more power. But the overall watching experience would be better. Would you spend the thirteen grand to get a ninety eight inch four K? Yeah. I think I would this that to me that's a no brainer. Especially considering I spent that ten grand maybe what seven eight years ago. And I do think I'm gonna get a better picture in my projector room, all the seating straight on. So there's no issues with off angle or anything like that. To me. The big deal would be that. I could watch it during the day. So on Sunday when I wanted to watch some football. I'd never watched it upstairs on the big screen because it was full daylight. And it even though I had a projector diamond. What is it black diamond project screen? It's still washed out. And I think that this would be a great deal twelve thirteen thousand dollars still a little bit tight. But I think for some people that gets into the affordability area for a hundred screen, I think that's hard to beat. You definitely crunching numbers at that point right and trying to figure out what's my long term. You know, return on investment all that. But yeah, I think it makes it attained -able like Gibbs says in the Email here. Mere mortals, probably going out and dropping seventy grand on TV. But if it was thirteen I might. Yeah. Well, what about compromise give me a ninety inch for fifteen thousand something like that? But that's the thing when you get to ninety inches. Even though there's a ten inch difference. I think again side by side, you would probably complain. But I think at ninety inches. After a week or so you wouldn't even notice it anymore. Yeah. Like, I said in my response to your tweet. It's really not the size of the screen. That matters is how you use exactly says. Yeah. Okay. So Brent Brett sorry from Ashburn Virginia has a question. He says, hey, longtime listener and patriot supporter nearly twelve years ago. I built a home theater in my base. It a basement leaning heavily on your solid advice, including fifty eight inch plasma Panasonic plasma. And Adenan thirty eight oh, eight CI receiver a period. Speakers blue Jean cables am mono price wiring as a testament to your guidance all of the setup has served the family well for over a decade with your recent coverage of HDMI two point one in episode eighty five.

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"ninety inches" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"ninety inches" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Tuesday night into Wednesday. Yeah. Degree. We had. I mean, whether the Ohio river is still going to go over flood stage again. But it's probably only going to be an I say only three or four feet above flood stage from the heavy rains that we've been getting here lately. Holy cow. I shudder to think what would have happened if it had been cold enough to make all of that rain, snow eskimo mom. All you had to do is go about oh about twenty thirty miles east started getting into snow. I I had four inches on the ground at my house. When I got home we had was a Tuesday, Tuesday and Wednesday we had that slush. Three four inches of slush. I've never seen so much slush in my life. And it covered all the roads around the Cincinnati. I seriously think oh dot dropped the ball. They waited too long to get out there. And and it was just a total mess. We're part of the reason. I don't I think they didn't is because right after the slush was a heavy rain. So whatever they laid down might have just been washed away by the heavy rain that followed. Could have gotten the snowplows out and start piling. Some of that slush off the side of the road gets the equation is one inch of rain equals seven inches of snow and we've gotten just in the month of February like eighty inches of rain. I mean, I mean, I know that's that would be about it would translate into about eighty to ninety inches of snow based on the rain that we've gotten so far in the.

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"ninety inches" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"ninety inches" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Past seven years. Wisconsin's afternoon is kind of like your show except interesting. Thanks for having us. I'm just glad we made it. The roads are starting to get really bad out there. A hope we're gonna get home. Okay. Welcome to radio. W W dot com timesaver traffic alert as we've been saying all day long, the snow and it's at its worst right now. We're seeing amounts anywhere from three to ninety inches in the southeast. Wisconsin. Drive safe and keep those lights on. Mike Spaulding with the WTMJ five day forecast has Debbie said snow. It's snowing outside then we mentioned internet. A lot this morning. I heard lizard mornings everything it was terrible Franklin especially in Franklin. Anyway, I think they just Roka's line to get me into the play. Somehow. I have more lines this year your number four. But you know, I'm thankful for them. Anyways, it's snowing out there. So be careful you're driving. Hey, debbie. Mike you had a party. You're not on the air. Eric can't stop it. Eric the news never stops. Neither do we. Jeez. This at the door. Now, I don't know. But here's Debbie's chipped tooth. Hey, happy holiday. I'll get it. It's great. Happy holiday. Sweater. That's beautiful. Where do you get that? It's on sale now. I think I said, let's make it more. Reflective of what's going on. Yup. Lights are out. Does anybody have a sweater? I can put on. There might be somebody here. Anyway. It's cold out there, by the way. I don't know if you've noticed, but I haven't been this cold central Landau ours. The aboard champagne on my back in a locker room celebration. Denver. We call that my ringtone. Yeah. That was me. I'm still getting calls on brewers.

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"ninety inches" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"ninety inches" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"I don't know i bid four inches of snow normally does it seemed like it was a four and i guess it was just that they were so slow to plough it and it was so wet and heavy and it was blowing around in the whole thing but i've never seen four inches of snow have the kind of impact i mean as i said it was driving yesterday morning and the spun out all over the place nobody can get any traction because it was so so wet why and it took everybody in the city milwaukee i know was not out until at least noon yesterday maybe a couple of main drags or plow but that's about it otherwise they were nowhere to be found so it was all just kinda got up even though the temperatures right around the freezing point none of it melted there was initially some thought that when the snow came down in our area it would melt on the pavement and only stick on the ground just the opposite i mean like i said it's the biggest four inches that i've ever say did you know there are still accidents i guess on the freeway this morning again i i know that apparently church attendance was down all over southeastern wisconsin yesterday and again there was only four inches of snow but i could see why a wise i need i tried to walk two blocks yesterday i had like robert saad for some traction and it took forever it was like you were pounding through it just seemed like we had a foot and a half of snow that's why i can't even imagine what it's like up in the fox valley in those other areas that got twenty eight inches because that's ridiculous i mean twenty eight inches is a lot of it's late then stuff but if it was the same kind of constitution is this though that we had here it's like getting ninety inches that's i wanted to do calls of this but i just decided better of it.

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"ninety inches" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"ninety inches" Discussed on WJR 760

"A large area of four to as much as ten inches now meet even eleven inches uh over that state over the last twenty four hours and area also in illinois many areas getting four to eight inches of snow up to this point as well i'm christopher cruise seven sixty wjr news our metal landreau on wjr news time ten all to currently it's twenty two degrees snow continues to fall in michigan causing hazardous driving conditions on many of the roadways out there friday numerous accidents around the state at least one fatality has been confirmed infant in and a michigan state trooper was injured while responding to a crash on ninety four plows on the residential roads today with the city asking drivers to get their cars out of the way if they can if you can't move your car don't worry you won't get a ticket or you won't get told but there's a really good chance you might get snowed in this construction contractors steve nagee has to be out in all kinds of conditions he says deal with it we're we're becoming scharf year michigan this is this is nothing this is you know we had ninety inches of snow four or five years ago wasn't all year long and we had six seven inches on the on the roads and we were still driving through this without any problems is this opioid crisis creating a shortage of workers a prominent investment expert says yes it's not just drug overdose deaths if millions more people affected or even addicted to opioid drugs having an impact on the workforce jeff course inec is senior vice president for investments at fifth third bank get the eleven and a half million americans that the department of health and human services estimate using opioids over two million are estimated to meet the formal veteran initiative act scores inec says this contributes to a shortage of available workers in the construction fields of course a nickel speak to the.

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"ninety inches" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"ninety inches" Discussed on WJR 760

"The evening on newstalk seven sixty wjr seven sixty wjr news dick hafner heavy snow was falling around here and that's making it impossible for road crews to keep up the big challenge right now the rate at which the snow was falling switch covering up more quickly than we can push it off the road and that's that's the challenge they they are getting covered pretty quickly preparations for the storm began yesterday according to craig bryson of the road commission for oakland county talking with frank we actually were putting brian down yesterday afternoon you can put that well ahead of it stays on the road surface and it helped delay the formation of ice swede today yesterday we started salting about three a m this morning in the plan was to get a good shot assault down on everything you know before we had a layer of snow down uh then once we get more than you know three quarters of an inch or so we start blading it off and right now the the goal is just pushed the snow off the road um until the the snow let's up and then ah we'll start the salt and again at that point but right now it's really just pushing snow twenty jars ken rogulski reports at one snow removal contractor says we've gotten soft and the fault is with the news media alex nagee is a general contractor and says he's got to go to work snow or no snow media overplays it it scares everybody the living daylights out of everybody traffic looks later today yeah because everybody's home because schools are closed and everything else is close except people have to go into work where you have to make a living every day i mean away county all the courts are closed that's i can't believe that that's that's incredible so you really think this is not as bad as they say it is no let's that we're we're becoming soft here in michigan this is this is nothing this is you know we had ninety inches of snow four or five years ago was it all year long and we had six seven inches on the on the roads and we were still driving through this without any problems mess up your work today.

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"ninety inches" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"ninety inches" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

"The reports were inaccurate and then he struggled back to if there is restitution to be may the meanwhile senator franken is back in minnesota rose probably like ninety inches of snow is no longer osama though you know it's it's really is inconsistent and the yeah so and dusting times we live in a very interesting times the lot lots of things a done on a selective basis you know the the what's what's good for one person is and always good for the other person so i thought it i think that one of the more we should things that i i'm i'm agreeing with his of the attorney general is now going to allow local decisions to be made about cracking down on marijuana you know we hit marijuana is against the law federal law and yet it's it's being openly sold in several states why don't the congressmen in the senate is in washington if they wanted to be legal why don't they voted to be legal but i republicans or conservatives or whichever way you wanna painted more in favour of rights but a federal rights but a gift to make the change to the federal direct but if you can to proceeded through the federal got the state government you can't which states have done now the problems can be with the banking but i because you can get you you you you can't because if you wanna change that you have to open it up on the federal level to put it back in the skies highs one every state is done is illegal yes than business go to court what wh all of course it is a step got such as i live i i never wanted to interrupt this data enlightening compensation all while we have a great american on the line someone who has distinguished himself as someone who is a not only is too in terms of predicting football games but also colorful in his delivery of the message ladies and gentlemen please welcome brandon lane brandon rock of the show us one of to get to the super bowl as they face the medical device keen i've never gone to one super bowl you guys get me a ticket or no it's done deal done absolutely yeah yoggu jet your room to how frank unknown minnesota holdover i says as of yet another clean uh albeit guys can you do it yeah yeah yeah yeah we'll get you.

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"ninety inches" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"ninety inches" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"There is through ridiculous yeah uh lynn in michigan welcome to the glenn beck program with patten jeffy first time pollard welcome yeah well just what you were talking about i saw an interview with the author wolf i forget his first name and it was pretty much ground control the major com the guys just out there local turn a bolt is just know that he's just you know they're there there's missing some some parched over there it's talking about global warming 'cause i've done a lotta while i photography i'm in michigan we we've had ninety inches of snow we get about a hundred and twenty so we've almost had what we get the entire season in just a couple of weeks well yeah people ahead to get from an loaders to push snow their yard oh so it looks like a shopping mall parking live you don't have to explain to the youth in the area would snow looked like back in the day you're you're not at that stage yet then now i'm an older halloween tickets now at giving by for more moderated and that with another point about global warming because they've done too much while i photography as a hobby but you know i'm pray every called me the creditor lady uh stay a spark if they're more conscious of keeping natural areas while they're building you know homes and businesses and so forth then you'll keep temperatures more moderate and have less microclimates and that where a lot of hot and cold air does bump into each other if you just cemented also insanity it's always looking at the scene how's the fact let's look at the surface beds thanks later glenn.

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"ninety inches" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"ninety inches" Discussed on WTVN

"Was that i thought i mean the looked like he was they were going to pull the plug on that yesterday uh it's what my other all budget we like it this ridiculous it is hey there is through ridiculous yeah uh lynn in michigan welcome to the glenn beck program we patten jeffy first time fowler welcome yeah but just what you were talking about i saw an interview with the author wolf i forget his first name and it was pretty much ground control the major time the guy just out there the rubble turn a bolt as just know that he's just you know they're there there's missing some some parts of it talking about global warming 'cause i've done a lot of wildlife photography i'm in michigan we we've had ninety inches of snow we get about a hundred and twenty so we've almost had what we get the entire season in just a couple of weeks uh yeah people ahead a front unloaders to push snow yard so starting looks like a shopping mall parking line you don't have to explain to the eu's in the area would snow looked like back in the day you're not at that stage yet no i'm an older woman we used to guess now at thanksgiving but things were more moderated in and that was another point about global warming because i've done too much while i photography is a hobby but you know i'm pray every calls me the creditor lady uh stay co if they're more conscious of of keeping natural areas while they're building you know homes and and businesses and so forth then you'll keep temperatures more moderate and have less microclimates and that's where a lot of hot and cold air does bump into each other if you just cement at all so instead of just looking up a screen house the fact let's look at the.

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"ninety inches" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"ninety inches" Discussed on WLAC

"There is through ridiculous yeah uh lynn in michigan welcome to the glenn beck program we patten jeffy and fowler welcome yeah well just what you were talking about i saw an interview with the author wolf i forget his first name and it was pretty much ground control the major time the guy just out there rumble turn a bolt as just know that he's just you know they're there there's missing some some parts to joe it's talking about global warming 'cause i've done a lot of wildlife photography i'm in michigan we we've had ninety inches of snow we get about one hundred twenty so we've almost had what we get the entire season in just a couple of weeks now yeah people ahead get front and loaders to push snow their yard oh so it looks like a shopping mall parking lie so you don't have to explain to the youth in nablus another point about global warming because i've done too much while i photography is a hobby but you know i'm pray every calls me the creditor lady uh if say more co if they're more conscious of keeping natural areas while they're building you know homes and businesses and so forth then you'll keep temperatures more co if they're more conscious of keeping natural areas while they're building you know homes and and businesses and so forth then you'll keep temperatures more moderate and have less microclimates and where a lot of hot and cold air does bump into each other if you just cemented also in lifting episode out the fact let the surface cements the glenn beck no radio the office no problem you can stream i shall live at w l a c dot com one.

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"ninety inches" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:04 min | 4 years ago

"ninety inches" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"The north if you look at a map you can't see it it it's that thing that doesn't look like anything right because it's high pressure it's not cloudiness but it's just north of the system and it's just parked there and it's not letting that louis like a colorado no over um or over like the the midwest rider jacqueline because usually these tropical storms and hurricanes they'll barrel into the cult into the gulf coast and go right up in of you know a lot of times just go right at the mississippi and fizzle out and it's a really bad rainstorm in that area and you have some flooding there but this one's just parked it stalled yeah and that's really what has changed the arithmetic on this amount of would have been devastating any way but you're right day after day just being inundated like vision now so here's the stat stat that's going to blow your mind on a what is traditionally thought of as the rainiest city in the united states seattle seattle yeah all right so seattle in this really wet winter that we had i mean obviously we broke right kurds here seattle elk a record in this last winter one hundred twenty two year old record for rain 45 inches while harvey has dumped fifty two on houston while in three days houston gets their typical rainfall in houston is fifty inches a year and they had got it all in two days they they they got at just over the weekend in the early part of this week and it's still not over and seattle for an entire wet season got forty five and there and and houston still going to get their typical rain in septemberoctober if they're going to get more they've already probably had how many inches has houston had to date it's probably 80 inches 85 owed to date i'll check harris county because they had i ever really good system set up or and but harris county flood warning system if you look at a one year ninety inches wa ninety inches of rain in a year so they got all last season like you said about forty five to fifty inches and.

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"ninety inches" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:45 min | 4 years ago

"ninety inches" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"The way out uh you know all the way he had he had to go wild to clear in osaka of his you know gas so outlets hurt the side of the house so they didn't back up and kill him inside the you know carbon monoxide get back in the house he had to sit there and and uh and and and do that but in texas i would never think of that growing up in texas i would never yet think of that and so i mean it was incredibly high and just to the other side of the right with the airport is was on the other side and but he's flying in no problem could fly in you couldn't go three miles from the airport he went from el when from a couple inches of snow 1090 well uh case in point i mean the the yen uh the airport there in corpus christi the reopened but if you go just i mean just a short drive north of their you still have you know the devastation there uh that's an an and in fact more a little more rain although they're not going to get the the the rain fall that that houston well in the coming days are they're still going to get a little more four but to put that in perspective i think for regular snow now did not have it's extremely wetter shimmy drive at normal snowfall a one inch of rain is ten inches of snow that is at the euro's have roughly at so if you if you look at what my buddy jeff had to go through when he got ninety inches of snow at his house nine inches thick about that here think about that what they may get because it's still any oh you and i were looking at the rate map and just days houston metro area is still you know it's been it's been raining consistently they had a little break yesterday he against drain your four shortwhile it just the rain became lighter and the showers you know uh broke up a little bit but then you know ran back and i.

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"ninety inches" Discussed on KKAT

KKAT

01:55 min | 4 years ago

"ninety inches" Discussed on KKAT

"Just to the other side of the right with the airport is was on the other side everybody's flying in no problem could fly in he couldn't go tree miles from the airport he went from el went from a couple of inches of snow 1090 well well uh the case in point i mean the bit yen uh the airport there in corpus christi reopened but if you go just i mean just a short drive north of there is still have you know the devastation there uh that's an and and in fact more a little more rain although they're not going get the the the rain fall that that houston grow in the coming days are they're still going to get a little more but to put that in perspective i think for regular snow now did not if it's extremely wetter extremely drive it normal snowfall out one inch of rain is ten inches of snow that is at the younger owes have roughly it so if you if you look at what my buddy jeff had to go through when he get ninety inches of snow at his house nine inches thick about that pia think about that what they may get because it's still any you're you and i were looking at the radar map and just the houston metro area it's still you know it's been it's been raining consistently they had a little break yesterday he against rabies morning four shortwhile it just that the rain became lighter and the showers you know uh broke up a little bit but then you know ran back and i don't know how fast per hour it's falling and that's why you and i rate right now rhianna a you know you and i are looking at did through nine pm central time and and and so be interesting to see that if one comes up you're in the next a couple of hours in a home how much they're getting per hour there because it looks like it's just rotating in the same place yeah like it's not just which is exactly what you know they said it would do right oh you know it's just as rain just keeps coming down and you know it's it's a nightmare it's.

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"ninety inches" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

02:05 min | 4 years ago

"ninety inches" Discussed on WTMA

"Corpus christi reopened but if you go just i mean just a short drive north of their you still have you know the devastation there uh that's an and and in fact more a little more rain although they're not gonna get the the the rain fall that that houston grow in the coming days are they're still going to get a little more but to put that in perspective i think for regular snow now did not have it's extremely wetter are dry but normal snowfall o one inch of rain is ten inches of snow that is at the younger us have rubble roughly at so if you if you look at what my buddy jeff had to go through when he got ninety inches of snow at his house nine inches think about that pia think about that what they may get his it's still any oh you and i were looking at the radar map and just the houston metro area is still you know it's been it's been raining consistently they had a little break yesterday he i guess brain warning i four shortwhile it just the rain became lighter and the showers you know uh broke up a little bit but then you know ran back and i don't know how fast per hour it's falling in that's why you and i rate right now raanana you know you and i are looking at did through nine pm central time and and and so be interesting to see that if one comes up here in the next uh a couple of hours you know how how much they're getting per hour there because it looks like it's just rotating in the same place yeah i get snags which is exactly what you know they said it would do ryo you know it's just this rain just keeps coming down you know it's it's a nightmare it's it really is this is that this is one of those dreams it's like you just can't wake up one of those nightmare she can't wake up front for those folks is just um just heartbreaking it is it really it in really really is but it's also very heartwarming to see the people and and to see the human spirit of people having doing something that's fine i i like.

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"ninety inches" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

01:54 min | 4 years ago

"ninety inches" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"But he's flying in no problem could fly in he couldn't go tree miles from the airport he went from el when from a couple of inches of snow 1090 well well uh a case in point i mean the the yen uh the airport there in corpus christi reopened but if you go just i mean just a short drive north of their you still have you know the devastation there uh that's an an and in fact more a little more rain although there knock going to get the the the rain fall that that houston grow in the coming days are they're still going to get a little more but to put that in perspective i think for regular snow now did not if it's extremely wetter shimmied ribot normal snowfall a one inch of rain is ten inches of snow that is at the younger have roughly at so if you if you look at what my buddy jeff had to go through it got ninety inches of snow at his house nine inches think about the pia think about that what they may get because it's still you and i were looking at the radar map and just the houston metro area is still you know it's been it's been raining consistently they had a little break yesterday he i give brain warning to ifor shortwhile it just that the rain became lighter and the showers you know uh broke up a little bit but then you know ran back and i don't know how fast brouwer it's falling and that's why you when i rate right now raanana you know you and i are looking at did through nine pm central time and and and so be interesting to see that if one comes up here in the next a a couple of hours in a how how much they're getting per hour there because it looks like it's just rotating in the same place yeah like it's not which is exactly what you know they said it would do right oh you know it's just this rain this keeps coming down you know it's it's a nightmare it's it really is this is that this is one of those dreams it's like.

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"ninety inches" Discussed on WCHS

WCHS

01:35 min | 4 years ago

"ninety inches" Discussed on WCHS

"The way up uh you know all the way he had he had to go wild to clear in all some of his you know gas so outlets hurt at the side of the house so they it didn't back up and kill him inside the carbon monoxide get back in the house he had to sit there and and uh and and and do that but the in texas i would never think of that growing up in texas yet would never yet think of that and and so i mean it was incredibly high and just to the other side of the right with the airport is was on the other side and british wine and no problem could fly in you couldn't go three miles from the airport he went from el went from a couple of inches of snow 1090 well well uh a case in point i mean the the uh the airport there in corpus christi reopened but if you go just i mean just a short drive north of their you still have you know the devastation there uh that's an and and in fact more a little more rain although they're not going to get the the the rain fall that that houston grow in the coming days are they're still going to get a little more but to put that in perspective i think for regular snow now did not if it's extremely wetter extremely drive at normal snowfall o one inch of rain is ten inches of snow is at the younger owes have rubble roughly at so if you if you look at what my buddy jeff had to go through when he got ninety inches of snow at his house nine inches thick about that yeah think about that what they may get because it's still in yo yo you and i were looking at the radar map and just the houston metro area it's still you know it's been it's been raining consistently they had a little break yesterday he i guess dreamed morning.

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