35 Burst results for "One Hundred Degrees"
Afghan Allies Are Worried About Being Left Behind As Americans Evacuate
"Less than a week away from the deadline to get every last american out of afghanistan along with every deserving afghan on an outbound aircraft as they were told to expect months ago the taliban all the cards now the administration and many americans have so many questions they want asked. And as you'll see in here tonight our chief foreign correspondent. Richard engel asked the taliban directly in tonight's report from kabul. The taliban is stressing. It's time for the us senate allies to pack up and get out transport planes and civilian aircraft from around. The world are evacuating vulnerable afghans. But there's a huge bottleneck at transit hubs at the us base in doha cutter thousands or crowded in holding areas temperatures. Well over one hundred degrees ever in kabul. The taliban are helping speed up the evacuations today keeping crowds away from the airport handling food and water but many afghans field. They're being abandoned especially women and girls who are oppressed when the taliban ruled twenty years ago now the taliban promised to be different but have they changed or are they just playing nice until the americans leave tonight. I met zabihullah. Mujahid taliban spokesman. The united states is evacuating and it is taking out americans who worked with us forces but not everyone is going to be able to make it out. Will you let those people leave in the future. Can you guarantee their safety no autism. We don't want our countrymen to go to america whatever they have done in the past. We have given amnesty. We need young educated professionals for our nation. But what if they want to leave. It's their choice. What would you say to women. Afghan women who are terrified. They our sisters. We must show them. Respect should not be frightened on. The taliban are humans and from this country they have fought for their country. Women's should be proud of us not scared.
Heat Wave Hits Northwest, Sending People to Cooling Centers
"The state of emergency has been declared in Oregon where temperatures are expected to be over one hundred degrees for the rest of the week another sizzling heat wave is gripping the Pacific Northwest and other parts of the country is breathtaking expressway but western Oregon could see temperatures over one hundred ten degrees people are already flocking to cooling centers like the one in Multnomah county where Holly Martinez is a volunteer we have a lot of water we have maps for folks to lie down on chairs December heat wave in June killed hundreds of people in Oregon Washington state and British Columbia and sizzling weather is hitting other parts of the country cooling centers have opened in Connecticut as well in southeastern Kansas a two year old child has died from suspected heat illness the heat index and Callie county reached one hundred eight degrees I'm Jackie Quinn
Over 100 Deaths May Be Tied to Historic Northwest Heat Wave
"The brutal heat wave that's gripping the Pacific Northwest is being blamed for dozens of deaths this state of Oregon's been hard hit health officials there are estimating more than sixty people have died due to the unprecedented heat authorities in Washington state say more than a half dozen deaths there have been linked to the heat and many more are suspected well more than sixty deaths were reported in Vancouver British Columbia rolling blackouts are back in effect for Spokane to help meet the demand for air conditioning with temperatures over one hundred degrees meteorologists say that this heat wave is caused by a dome of high pressure over the northwest made worse they say by human caused climate change I am Jackie Quinn
Are You Ready for Rolling Blackouts for Fire Weather Season?
"If you're in oregon. Washington california. Idaho montana nevada colorado wyoming arizona. Nevada already said nevada new mexico. Let's go into texas. Oklahoma north south dakota any of you guys and even further east. I'm talking to you. Because i honestly think that we this is going to be the season where we really see. Power companies reducing their liabilities by turning off power. When they're worried about a power line coming down to wind or storm lighting natural vegetation brush or crops on fire. So if you've got a couple forty eight hours of a heat storm. You know where you've got wind coming in it's dry storm and you're in the hundred degree range. Be careful you're probably gonna lose power so then you decide what you're going to do for your house because it could be one hundred degrees outside and tell you what food does not last long and refrigerator when it's one hundred degrees inside your house. It's just not that efficient. So you're gonna lose a lot of stuff. Are you ready with a generator. Are you ready to go someplace. Because we're not just talking one little area. You could have an entire metropolitan area get shut down on power so there's no going to a hotel star localized power outage this would be a large blackout event. So make sure that you have got extra water. Put away the. You've got all these things to make sure that you're ready to go in case of emergency. I think this is going to be one of those years. We're going to see that ramp up and see a lot more of this. They've sure been looking at it. Testing it along You know across the west coast. So i've got a generator that can run for days on end to run my house. It was Strong enough to run my air conditioning and refrigerators not so worried about the about the water heater and the lights. I can survive that in the summertime. Even though it would run that but i i i'd be pushing it by running the water heater and all that stuff with the a c at the same time. But you get my
Interview With Showtime's Desus and Mero
"Mira. Welcome to fresh air. It's such a pleasure to have you on our show so before you started working together you you both had a bunch of jobs before becoming like tv and audio people so you had like legal illegal semi-legal kind of jobs. Tell us about some of the most interesting. Well ones that you've had these. You wanna start. Oh yeah. I've had a million jobs. But i think the most interesting jobs. I was working at the new york public library. Because i worked there. I worked every job. I've had pretty much worked my way through the ranks and so i started as a computer page at the library and i worked my way all the way up to almost a programmer for the near public library and as a matter of years so that just looking back at that That was as well. Because i was like okay. Maybe this could be like my job for the rest of my life because you know thinking back in the day like people have a job for twenty years company but it didn't work out that way and you know that was one of the better jobs i've had terrible does at one job. I had to collect dead rats at auto body shop job like a professional rat catcher. Yeah if you wanna say professional if you mean like a fifteen year old vicks vapor robot has that's because the person came the week before and they put down a bait but no one stopped to think okay the they're going to eat the bait and die and now there's going to be this terrible smell inside the building and key to the story. New york was in the middle of a heat wave so it was about one hundred degrees. Every day is working and only steel. I had was used my nose. Smell the dead rat which was usually under under a car or like behind. Something used the shoveled scruple. The there you put it into a compound bucket and you dump the compound bucket into the barrel of used oil from Oil changes dagga picked up at the end of the week. I lasted two weeks at that job.
Extreme Heat in the West to Send Temps to Triple Digits
"The west is broiling. Excessive heat warnings are in effect again today from phoenix where today's forecast was one hundred. Twenty degrees to eastern montana where some farming towns braced for highs close to one hundred ten. Npr's kirk siegler reports. There is little relief in sight. For the drought stricken region. How hot is it. It's like opening an oven when you're baking pie. Captain scott. douglas is a paramedic with the phoenix. Fire department the city is open sixty six cooling refuges and hydration stations at parks libraries and pools. It's hot and people say it's a dry heat. And i'm like well you know what when it gets two hundred seventeen hundred and eighteen degrees. It doesn't matter if it's dry. Moist phoenix broke records last year. For hitting a hundred degrees or higher for more than one hundred and forty four days last year was also a record wildfire year and much of the west and every day. There's a headline screaming. This summer could be worse arizona. Lawmakers are holding a special session this week to consider a hundred million dollar emergency bill for firefighting and prevention in nevada were invasive grasses and drought have fueled record range fires lately. Firefighters have been dealing with one hundred degree temperatures for the past two weeks. Paul peterson is the fire management officer for the federal bureau of land management. They're typically we wouldn't have a heat and winds until mid july. So i'm hoping that's not an indication of what we're going to see in the future. He's hoping that the monsoon rains arrive this summer. They were no-show last year. Meteorologists are blaming this blistering event on a heat. Dome stubborn high pressure ridge. That's blocking cooler systems. Nikolai rymer is with the national weather. Service in billings. Montana where the forecast. Hi today june fifteenth is one hundred six. We are very close to the hottest temperatures that we've ever recorded here rhymer says scientists can't pinpoint any one heat wave like this on climate change but he says the record drought and extremely low humidity. Right now is making the heat. Even worse
Texas Power Grid Manager Issues Weeklong Conservation Alert
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting the Texas power grid manager issues a week long conservation alert just months removed from a catastrophic grid failure the electric grid manager for most of Texas issued a conservation alert Monday that runs through Friday as heat index readings topped one hundred degrees across much of the state the electric reliability council of Texas appealed to users to lower thermostats to seventy eight degrees and avoid using large electric appliances until late in the day cop predicted a record peak demand load on that system while also saying twelve thousand one hundred seventy eight megawatts of the grids eighty six thousand eight hundred sixty two megawatts of generating capacity was offline Monday more than four million caught customers lost power in the February freeze the caught red the only one of the nation completely within the borders of one state is exempt from federal regulation but also cannot access supplemental power from other grids hi Mike Rossio
Parametric insurance revisited
"I'm very pleased to welcomes darth ajar. Founder and ceo of arbel. Sid many thanks for joining us today. Could you please give us a quick introduction on yourself and you for having me well. It's a pleasure to be on and get a chance of arbel. Just a very brief background. Myself i am. I was on wall street for about fourteen years in the commodities market for the last ten of those i've done everything. From the agricultural products form soybeans we to the oils and the medals and trading quantitative analysis and just being very embedded in in that market and prior to that. My background is the quantum side at interest rates. Macro so that that's me and then it on twenty eighteen. I left to start arbel which will be discussing today. Indeed indeed. No thank you for the introduction. So as you're probably aware we always ask. Our guest is first question. Which is could you please explain our listeners. what is blockchain. And how does it work sure. Yeah i i will give a very brief overview experts. Were much better at explaining but to me in a blockchain is this system off distributed consensus right instead of having a central only determining when say transaction takes place or when a particular event has taken planes yama distribute consensus around that event or transaction taking place and the beauty of blockchain is it allows for immutability in allows berg who've environment where different parties can agree on something happening about a central coordinating forty and this has ramifications across. You know all sorts of industry from banking to insurance to ada and a whole host of other things great. Now thank you for that for that definition so for our non insurance listeners. Could you introduced to us. What is parametric insurance. Parametric insurance has been around for a long time. It was hobbled by many issues. So we're carbon could insurance does is instead of using a human being to come to your farm business house to check the damage done from an event. And hey you. Based on a subjective loss estimate parametric insurance uses data to make that Loss assessment. So you know instead of say a farmer. has a growing corn and a somebody will lead to the farm and checking how much forms jews due to a drought Insurance might a him or her based on the you know either like the output data from the farm or by reach so the goal is to use a data set which is your index and a trigger to make your payment so could be saying rainfall farmer says okay. I want to get paid one hundred thousand dollars. If rainfall in a farm area was below three inches and so what that does is it. Changes insurance from this objective loss assessment process. Which is filled with delays disputes sometimes. Raw to something where data set and a particular trigger when it has hit Generates payment and is completely transparent for all sides and so for the customer benefit right. It's a transparent. You have a peace of mind of knowing okay. This happened this the data showing this homage. I won't get hate instead. Haggling with an insurance company for months on you know how much i paid. And in the meantime you're still on the hook for a damage and it brings up this question of whilst you're not going to be haggling around you. The terms of the policy no way should get a payout are not. Is there any situations where there's haggling around. What is the agreed date. Said that on which trigger is determined on the parametric side. There isn't because that is it. That is basically what parametric insurance contracts should be outlining very specifically this data. Said i'm going to use and when this data said says two inches of rainfall or this data says that Temperatures above one hundred degrees. I will get a payment of you. Know hundred thousand dollars and it can be. I mean all sorts of different ways. We do all sorts of triggers. You can have more complex triggers as well multiple indexes and so on but the point being that is basically what amager insurance contracts should be outlining the idea behind bariatric insurances. There should not be loopholes. I'm course some entities may try to do that but we certainly do not You know our contracts are ages a regular insurance contract you know can be hundreds of pages options and you know all sorts of legally unclear terms then to huge amounts of lawsuits
Introduction to Cob: The Ancient, Natural, Tiny House Building Method with Dave Olsen
"Am here with dave olsen olsen completed. A cobb workshop led by younto evans in nineteen ninety-six and has had mud and sour dough on his hands ever since he began hosting natural building workshops in two thousand seven began instructing the revolutionary fast cobb mixing and building methods in two thousand nine and turned fifty in twenty thirteen based on off the grid. Sketti island he also hosts an apprenticeship. That goes well beyond natural building. Helping people develop responsible and environmentally sustainable lifestyles with enjoyment and ease. Dave has been very fortunate to have worked with many of the leading. Cobb builders of our time and to have a dynamic cobb and bicycle loving daughter and dogs dave olesen. Welcome to the show. Thanks so much for having me either. Yeah it's great great to have you here. I feel like we've been following each other for years and years And we've we've traded some email so it's great. I'm actually getting to see your face for the first time here on the zoom. Yeah thank. i'm so glad to finally connect directly likewise like why so we're going to have to start with with the real basics. What is cop well. Cobb is a mixture of sand clay and straw that you mix together with water. So it's a it's a very simple Creation some people might say that. It's you have to have a specific ratio of each of those ingredients. I don't the the one ingredient. That's unbelievably flexible. As the cly or should you can have as little as five to ten percent. I don't know exactly how little you can go. And all the way up to one hundred percent though. The smallest amount is the amount that is needed to make the sand stick together. And the and the straw okay. So and when you say percentage you're referring to the percentage of the clay in soil the material that you're using to actually build the walls. The percentage of that material so anywhere between five to ten to one hundred percent lay in. I say one hundred percent. I've never built with one hundred percent. Clay only because A wonderful man who came to one of my workshops told me about it and showed me books and in korea. They've been building klay houses for hundreds of years. And so maybe even thousands of years so it obviously worked the but cobb specifically is designed to be The material is meant to have Sanding in it so so you know if you don't have very much sand that's okay. You have a lot of clay. that's okay but if you have a lot of sand and not so much clay it has to stick together of course otherwise. You're not going to have a building that stands up so you know very Nonspecific answer of because at least certainly in the workshops but in my own personal experience we just experiment with what we have to make it as easy as possible. Because that's really. The goal of this is the not only make something. That's unbelievably resilience. Long-lasting nontoxic unbelievably hugely outperforming. Any other building. That i've ever known but just to make it really quick easy and simple as possible. So i guess my follow up question. We've got the kind of literal definition of. What is cobb run. I guess what is ours. Cobb used in homebuilding it. What do you what do you do with the cobb. yeah Literally like you can see you re up there that those are called walls so in the building that i'm sitting in i live in The walls and the floor omega of certainly don't recommend building a roof out of conned Simply because cobb will absorb water and when it does absorb it will loosen or lesson it strength and so Building a dome out of cobb is would be a foolish thing to do in the climate. I loop in live in and i don't know of any climates. Actually were be suitable. So i wouldn't try that. So certainly some non cobb materials are needed for any building that you do build but the vast majority of the material for this Building this house is cobb because the walls are afoot to eighteen inches thick and Run from florida ceiling and the floor is completely off. The second floor is all. Would i considered putting a cobb floor on top of a wooden some floor but the same principle even though it's inside very likely to stay perfectly dry but if it doesn't or if there's a lot of vibration i just haven't tested a second floor cobb floor so you know out of my realm of experience but But yet no to lessen the cost of any building if you build it cobb. It's guaranteed to lower the cost. Because literally cobb is thirteen so i love the pond and i invite you to make as many cobb puns as you wish. This interview are there any climates. I was gonna ask what pilots do clock. What climates does cobb work in but it sounds like almost i should ask the opposite like are there any clients that cobb doesn't work in. I would be surprised. If there was a climate that doesn't work in Really hot climates. It's amazing in terms of keeping the building. Cool because it literally. It's just a totally different kind of building than what most civilized people are used to right. We're used to often wooden or metal buildings that kinda shredded trap. The air at least for heating and even for cooling i imagine condos and do that conferees It's constantly breathing. It doesn't it's not drafting. You feel it breathing. The air can get through the walls and Some very very slow transfer so you never get sick building syndrome in a call building which is really nice and The way that it performs as it. It's like a thermal battery so when there's heat in the air around it it will absorb that heat and Old it basically until the era rounded is cooler than the cobb and which case than it releases eat so it really moderates the temperature especially of the inside of the building that of any building. That's made out of cobb. So and that's what. I'm just enjoying in our climate here. We have a climate where in the extreme parts of the summer. It's quite warm. It can get up to thirty degrees celsius and probably over one hundred degrees fahrenheit and it's never uncomfortably hot inside our home ever doesn't matter how hot it gets outside in the winter. We we don't have a deep freeze At all so not makes building foundations here easier but It still gets to be about raising and between zero and ten degrees celsius all winter. And so and it's very humid so it's still quite cool in terms of human living and so we have a rocket. Mass heater that keeps our floor are cog floor which then emanates that keet throughout the home and so our feeder was warm or bodies are warm and the where cobb comes in is overnight when the fires coach the cov will Emanate warmth back into the building so even though it can be down to zero overnight In the morning it's bill sixteen degrees inside the house even though it was only maybe twenty twenty two degrees when the fire went up
How Climate Change Is Setting The Stage For Natural Disasters
"In addition to being the year of covert twenty twenty was also a year of extreme wildfires and hurricanes in part because global temperatures were among the hottest ever recorded. here's npr's lawrence summer. If you caught the weather report in phoenix arizona visit you heard one number over and over alright jamie. We are hoping for weather. But i know just hovering around these hundreds. It was over one hundred degrees a lot on a record breaking one hundred and forty five days all well. Basically almost everything set records. Marvin percha is a meteorologist. At the national weather service in phoenix. I've lived here a long time. I grew up here in the seventies. And i've never seen anything quite like this. Phoenix also doubled. The number of days at spent above one hundred and fifteen degrees and those extremes are dangerous. Almost three hundred people died because of heat related causes in maricopa county another record number certainly with the overall warm earth. It makes it more likely to get these extreme temperatures and those temperatures set the stage for other disasters. Twenty twenty hurricane season has been uniquely awful. There have been thirty named storm so far a new wreck. Warm waters in the atlantic fueled the most active hurricane season on record and many storms intensified quickly building strength faster-than-expected. The records kept falling in the western u. s. two or wildfires burned more than nine million acres. Tens of thousands of people fled their homes. Some with only minutes to spare three states california oregon and colorado had the largest fires in there recorded history. Dan mcevoy a climatologist with the desert research. Institute says heat was one of the reasons when you have elevated temperatures and extra dry atmosphere. That really makes the fuels more flammable. An easier to burn a hot dry atmosphere is thirsty. He says it's like a sponge pulling moisture out of plants and soils that creates the conditions for fires to move fast and burn hot on the landscape in the west is normal. We need that fire but the thing that's changing is how quickly they become. These large megafires mcevoy's done studies showing how he will dramatically increase. This fire danger in the west but even he's surprised to see it. Play out so quickly this year is i mean. How many times can we say the word. Unprecedented christina doll is a climate scientist at the union of concerned. scientists events. Like that make it really hit home for climate scientists that this is not just something theoretical that. We're predicting it's something that we are living through. Twenty twenty is basically tied with two thousand sixteen for the hottest year ever recorded at almost two degrees above average but whether it takes the top spot is beside the point though says the last five years or the five hottest on record since eighteen eighty. And it's only expected to get worse for me personally. I think that there's not going to be one. wake up. call that spurs the public in the us. And our policymakers into action. It's more the accumulation of all of these events and all of the heartache as incurred because of them that heartache she says should be a reminder that the more fossil fuels are burned. The more years like this. We should expect to see lorne summer npr news.
Meteorite Tea Provides Scientists Information on Solar System
"The golf ball sized rock that appeared coal black against the white antarctic snow would prove to be one of the best preserved media rights of its kind. This is innovation now bringing you stories behind the ideas that shaped our future in the lab at nasr's goddard space flight center. Astrobiologists like danny glavin worked to decode the mysteries. Meteorites might hold we call it making meteorite t so we actually we crush a samples up. There are a little tiny chips about a centimeter. So that we crush into a powder using a mortar and pestle something like the consistency of flour and then we put it in water and steel tube and we heat it to one hundred degrees c. At that point. We take the liquid From the pertinent and we extract it and we analyze it using gas chromatography liquid chromatography coupled with mass spectrometry to try to separate all the individual organic components that are in that meteorite. T four glavin. Meteorites are like history books that fall from the sky and deliver chemical information about the early solar system seems like every meteorite sample that we started we find something unique and different
High-Elevation Hummingbirds Evolved a Temperature Trick
"A humming birds of your garden, you've no doubt seen it flipped from flower to flower hovering midair as it sips on nectar that activity requires plenty of energy. So hummingbirds need a lot of nectar to feed their hungry metabolism's some of them probably drink two or three times. The Body Mass Index Everyday Andrew McCartney an ornithologist at the University of Pretoria in south. Africa. mckanie and his colleagues have studied hummingbirds extreme. In the Peruvian Andes to survive, they're the tiny birds have developed a few tricks for one their blood cells are unusually efficient at transporting oxygen. It's more difficult to hover in the high altitude thin air, and so the humming birds at the higher elevations much prone to pushing while they feed. So that does seem to be one way in which try and reduce the energy expenditure. Now, Macaque Nana's colleagues have found another energy-saving adaptation. The High Mountain hummingbirds can lower their body temperature by extreme amounts of night going into a state called torpor. tencent appearances, they essentially did they. That's unresponsive. The scientists caught six species of Andy and hummingbirds and monitor their temperatures throughout night and day, and they found that all six species could enter some type torpor. They lower their body temperatures from about one hundred degrees Fahrenheit by day to as low as thirty eight degrees Fahrenheit at night and being essentially conserves energy. The details are in the journal biology letters although some of the birds low body temperatures are on par with those of hibernating mammals. It's important to note that this is not fully fledged hibernation, which is a longer term response. True hibernation has only been documented in one bird so far at least common poor will in the US south. West one of my career goals is to find second harmonizing but in the Andes, he says, it's going to be the first place he looks.
Pristine Space Rock Offers NASA Scientists Peek at Evolution of Life’s Building Blocks
"The lab at Nasr's Goddard. Space Flight Center Astro. Biologists like Danny Glavin worked to decode the mysteries meteorites might hold we call it making meteorite T. so we actually we crush a samples up there are a little tiny chips about a centimeter so that we crush into a powder using a mortar and pestle something like the consistency of flour and then we put It in water and seal tube, and we heat it to one hundred degrees C at that point we take the liquid from the pertinent and we extract it and we analyze it using gas chromatography liquid chromatography coupled with mass spectrometry to try to separate all the individual organic components that are in that meteorite. T four glavin meteorites are like history books that fall from the sky and deliver chemical information about the early solar system seems like every meteorite sample that we started we find something unique and different and I think that's what I like most about
Welcome to the USA
"Hottest temperature perhaps ever recorded certainly the the best the highest verify temperature on the planet earth was this week in death valley in Furnace Creek. Where they got a temperature of one hundred and thirty degrees Fahrenheit or I think it was fifty four point one degrees, Celsius. Which is Crazy to hunt. Every. So often they have these these heat waves that come through valley, and so there was always a news team there and they try to fry an egg in a frying pan. Just. Left out in the Sun. And I just before we got on I was watching CNN try to do this and it actually didn't really work. They had like a black frying pan and they cracked an egg and like some of the white parts of the egg started to cook and that was it. Needs to get harder than I think. Maybe we we cook we cook eggs on the honor of cars in the outback Australia. Come on. That's the whole. On the WHO'D I believe that I absolutely believe that that is something that that would be done in the outback and lift game devali come on. In. Don't. Live up to your name. Here's the question. Gary. Is EVERY TIME You know a record like this sat I mean it's like, okay, that's interesting. But is there a larger context? You get half the people out there? Who will say, Hey, look it's global warming. It's hotter than it's ever been. Or is it just that every? So often the earth rotates a certain way in a cloud goes a certain direction or a butterfly flaps, its friggin wings or whatever, and it's just happens to be really hot I mean. Is this one of those things that happens in everybody has to make thing out of it will one way or the other. I think you look at average temperatures if you wanNA global warming just so you know we talk about this being the hottest temperature. As far as I could tell, the hottest temperature ever recorded was in death valley and one hundred and thirty, four back in one thousand, nine, hundred, thirteen. So I can't quite figure out why everybody's reporting. This is the highest temperature ever and then even sometimes in that article saying since. Like, you can't be ever. In the same article let yeah. Yeah, that's that's why we used to have something called journalism was actually check out those facts but I think just things that you've always been into journalism even where the person writing the headline is not the person writing the story. Right, there's a reason. It's because the temperature is was not really well verified in. There was a lot of doubt because it was nine thirteen and there were other temperatures in the region that kind of put it in doubt and there were other high temperatures. Like there was one in Libya from like over one hundred years ago and another one from. Iran that were both called into question. Because of the readings and the Russian judge. Exactly. Like there, there are all these records for the oldest human and the tallest human. Sure. And if you go back in time, there are people that claim Oh there were nine feet tall and they live to be two hundred years old and then you check up on, it's like bowel not really and I think a lot of it is that that we just have better. Ability to measure the stuff now, and so this temperature is if if if it's not the highest, it's certainly the highest that they can verify to a great deal of certain. Some curious that hundred and thirty degree day. What was the low for the day on? Fifteen. Oh, probably, much lower than that because death valley is so arid. Yeah. So here, for instance, we're doing of really close to one hundred degrees. Our lows are going to be probably in the sixties. It's extreme. Yes. That's pretty typical for us because we just don't have the humidity and death valley even a little less humid than we are. Yeah I've actually experienced temperatures close to this twice. In Australia. In Ethiopia in the depression, which is a lot like death valley, and then once in Australia I was. visited. Who in the middle of the summer and it was close to fifty degrees. Celsius it was. Right he'd it wasn't bad if you're in the shade and had a fan on.
The Evolutionary History Of Penguins Is Far From Black And White
"The image of a penguin might bring to mind an endless march across windswept ice. The reality of penguins is a bit different says Grant Ballard of point blue conservation science was actually see species of Pangolin. Really, love, it's only two species. Many others live in warmer waters. So we're could conceivably dealing with something like minus seven degrees or even colder than out. Then, show, but lobby goes mainland has encountered temperatures that are up around one hundred degrees Fahrenheit. So how'd it penguins evolve with such different lifestyles and new study and the proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences has some answers we've been able to resolve. Several. Longstanding questions about penguin evolution in particular way penguins originated. Hurry Bowie of UC Berkeley as an author on that study. He says there's been a long debate about where the first penguins evolved was it Antarctica or farther north in New Zealand as others have suggested, well armed with genetic evidence from a species of modern day penguins his team has an answer which turned out to be along the coast of Australia and New Zealand the nearby islands of the South Pacific. They say that happened around twenty two million years ago from there, the penguin served on a circular current at the bottom of the world there is a clockwise current. And so they use this current colonized like. The region Juliana of the Catholic. University. Of Chile is a CO author. She says, eleven million years ago that current revved up and penguins used it to slingshot themselves throughout the Southern Hemisphere. That's right. slingshot. The researchers also observed genetic adaptations. Some penguins picked up along the way like the ability to drink seawater also changes in how some species use oxygen allowing them to dive deep that doesn't mean. Penguins will be quick to adapt to modern day climate change. Here's Valley. Again, this adaptation to being able to occurring freezing cold waters in tropical waters occurred over a period of twenty million years, and this doesn't mean that penguins are going to be able to keep up with oceans warming today. If there is one thing, the paper makes clear. It's that the evolution of penguins for from black and
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.
Reopening Schools Amid COVID-19: What to Expect This Fall
"There any way to have in person instruction in schools this fall for with some number of students for you know some number of days a week in certain parts of the country what what is the outlook for that? Yeah. I look. I've got two young kids in school and working with schools and other people across the country. Let let me just say one thing at a on the. Top. There is no for for also we we just do not understand enough about this virus in children T- period, and so to say that we do to be candidates arrogant we just don't know enough having said that Josh I think that there are going to be ways to do what I would say hybrid I. Certainly think that if you're in one of the thirty nine states that's experiencing these surges and. Reverse and trends you really should be thinking about remote learning in the next four to six weeks meaning you should not be sending your children in person and especially as we're doing more testing of younger children and adults I think that we are going to see even more cases that cause us to pause on personal learning but there are going to be regions where you see incredibly low rates and they are. Consistent with a decrease in growth in some parts, and you could consider some sort of learning. It will look different and it will not be fulltime education which leaves working parents such as myself in a lurch. So that's one issue. But from an educational standpoint, there will be ways to do this smaller CA-. It's all the things we haven't really done in education. So we'll have to try it's new smaller cohorts. risk-based, not just thermal testing because that's only gonNA, help you so much when it's one hundred degrees in Arizona but having some sort of symptom assessment knowing that children might not have any symptoms and be positive. So we're going to a- I absolutely enforce either masks or some sort of alternative face shields and we just need to get comfortable with that I. think adults are less comfortable than children are and they will adapt their incredibly adaptive. So I do think it's possible but I will say Josh I'm troubled time I talked with school whether it's a large public school in a superintendent or a small private school principal. All of them have unanimously said, we have had no contact with our local health departments. They're too busy and it's too hard to create that connection and without that connection Josh I fear that we will end up making things
Climate change makes freak Siberian heat 600 times more likely.
"Nearly impossible without manmade global warming this year's freak. Siberian heatwave is producing climate changes, most flagrant footprint of extreme weather. A NEW FLASH STUDY SAYS INTERNATIONAL SCIENTISTS HAVE released a study that found the greenhouse effect multiplied the chance of the regents prolonged heat by at least six hundred times, and maybe tens of thousands of times in the study, which has not yet gone through, Peer Review. The team looked at Siberia from January to June including day. That hits one hundred degrees for a new Arctic. Record scientists from the United Kingdom Russia France Netherlands Germany and Switzerland used. Used seventy climate models, running thousands of complex simulations, comparing current conditions to a world without man-made warming, burning of coal, oil and gas. They found that without climate change the type of prolonged hate that hit. Siberia would happen once. In eighteen thousand years effectively impossible without human influence, the team looked at both the average temperature in Siberia over the first six months of the year, when temperatures averaged nine degrees above normal in the Russian town of Aucoin. Thanks, Jen both really couldn't happen. In a world without the additional heat trapping gases from burning fossil fuel scientists and
"one hundred degrees" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Close to one hundred degrees near Sacramento this is fresh AIR I'm David Bianculli editor of the website TV worth watching sitting in for Terry gross today's first guest is singer and songwriter Rhiannon Giddens who is devoted much of her career to finding and interpreting music from the African American tradition she grew up in the south in North Carolina her mother is African American her father is white he sang classical music given studied opera at Oberlin but she found her musical identity after graduation when she started playing string band music from the African American tradition songs from the nineteen twenties and thirties she co founded the band the Carolina chocolate drops and also released several solo albums her latest album there is no other is a collaboration with Italian multi instrumentalist Francesco to re see it was released last year her solo album before that freedom highway included songs she wrote based on slave narratives that album from twenty seventeen also included a song called better get it right the first time which sadly couldn't be more timely she wrote it in response to police shootings of young black men who weren't committing crimes Terry gross interviewed Rhiannon Giddens when that album was released and Giddens brought her banjo to the studio to accompany yourself while singing some songs but before we revisit their conversation let's hear a track from freedom highway the song is called come love come in was inspired by slave narratives my father Rhiannon Giddens welcome back to fresh AIR tell us about the slave narrative that the song we just heard is based on well that one in particular is is actually kind of based on amalgam of of stories that I was reading I'm just Jewish.
"one hundred degrees" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"John winning this one close to one hundred degrees this afternoon if we get to one a one that'll tie record for the date tonight clear seventy tomorrow morning some clouds and sunshine for the afternoon high ninety seven trying to get a shower thunderstorm the pop up tomorrow night doesn't have a great chance however Thursday classic way to sunshine and not quite as hot low nineties Friday a few thunderstorms I meteorologist race to check from the weather channel said attorney as official weather station news radio twelve hundred W. away under sunny skies it is ninety six degrees and it's three o'clock at news radio twelve hundred W. away online the Senate so your police department recently installed a temperature detection camera systems again people for fevers the camera has the ability to scan two thousand people an hour and we'll give alert if a temperature over ninety nine point five degrees is detected as the PT is the first in the city to install temperature detection cameras USA announced another six point three million dollar donation to a system Coba nineteen relief efforts and all the insurance companies donated more than ten point seven million today's donation will go to support local and national organizations offering critical services like financial and food support in medical research some of the money will also go to vaccine research at UTSA USA has contributed four point seven million to San Antonio focused efforts since the pandemic began health issues at Texas meat processing plants are continuing more than two dozen employees have tested positive for coke at nineteen at a poultry processing plant and Bryan your college station the Brazos county health department is working closely with Sanderson farms to handle the outbreak twenty six employees have been affected in many of the cases reportedly came from an area of the plant for chicken is packaged labeled and then sent out for shipping according to the FDA the food supply remains safe for both people and animals this follows more than seven hundred coronavirus cases that were reported at a meat packing facility in the Amarillo region on Saturday charity McCurdy news radio twelve hundred W. away either South Texas blood and tissue center still facing a blood shortage this sheriff's department and today deputies executed several felony warrants all looking for code violations two people were arrested this is a nuisance property that here in the past year we the sheriff's office says personally make calls out here three hundred over three or sixty times sure how your cells are says there are fifty five vacant homes in the park that are dangerous and the owner has been ordered by the fire marshal to fix them up get the latest news anytime anywhere just tell your voice activated smart device to play news radio twelve hundred.
"one hundred degrees" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"One hundred degrees since April the twenty third if folks in Phoenix experienced a three day break from the triple digit heat us Saturday Sunday and Monday but Tuesday saw once again eclipsed the century mark not a hit a hundred and three degrees Wednesday was expected that hi a daily record of one hundred six with the heat index really like a hundred eighty degrees because of the dry heat you know the extended stretch of searing heat is going to persist right on through Saturday temperatures projected to surpass one hundred degrees Thursday Friday Saturday excessive he watches could extend up the southern suburbs of Las Vegas they haven't hit the one hundred mark so far this year they're projected to make a run at that again today the normal high for this time in may is about eighty four there he advisories are in place across the Los Angeles basin is the heat ramps up there this summer like pattern is going to grip much of California and the south east with a big area of high pressure overhead now the heat returned in southern California in earnest on Tuesday through the day Wednesday temperatures into the eighties and Sampras San Diego weather downtown LA flirting with the ninety degree mark today high temperatures in many coastal locations in southern California will be the upper seventies to lower eighty seat you get further inland away from the cooler ocean breeze yeah downtown LA surrounding areas forecast to reach temperatures in the mid to upper nineties there's a handful of desert locations that will approach one hundred ten degrees today so again talking some potential record setting high temperatures out west it's a tale of two sides of the country extreme cold on one end and extreme heat on the other meanwhile lines available around the country it's eight eight eight eight six zero eighty seven eighty five in we'll jump across the river into Kentucky hello Matt the very the order not not too bad what's going on yeah I remind it's going to explode with this topic it could have been paying first of all you know when a third time but given everybody twelve hundred dollars on second what is that about when you get five hundred dollars a kid when they're talking six hundred dollars a week jet setters how much talking about two thousand dollars yeah the court and then the later it gets difficult minutes after half lie over well I ordered with the you know that yet I mean at that age yeah click the central branch.
"one hundred degrees" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Wednesday as patriots day singular. Sunday giants cowboys Monday Texans thank. good luck at traffic and weather. so far so good on the roadways no accidents to report on this Friday morning three one south on things don't open by the fifteen minutes of total travel time sixteen oh four east publicly band there and I sent trapper is going up both the the early Friday morning good news at four ten east bound between band there and thirty five no delays L. six twelve I'm more short his radio twelve hundred of you all. upper nineties to one hundred degrees all weekend long with plenty of sunshine. nobody plays more electric light orchestra San Antonio Spurs. today back in the day on the day this day the sixth day of September the year was nineteen oh one and president William McKinley was shot at point blank range of the world's fair in New York he died from his wounds eight days later McKinley was the third president to be assassinated out of how many presidents total assassinated. five. three four four. Abraham Lincoln James Garfield McAnally and M. J. F. K. there were attempts made on Truman Ford and Reagan and if you count that whacked enough that was standing outside the fence of the White House when George W. bush was in office and firing bullets at the White House I guess you could that's a good time. center that an attempt this was the day forty five years ago. freeze debut album rock roll was released twenty four years ago in nineteen ninety five. Los Angeles police department's don bag mark Fuhrman helped destroy an air tight prosecution by invoking his Fifth Amendment right to save his own **** when he was called back to the witness stand at the OJ Simpson trial. same day Baltimore oriole shortstop cal Ripken junior broke Lou Gehrig's record by playing in his two thousand one hundred thirty first consecutive game. only three years ago nineteen ninety six Baltimore Orioles Eddie Murray hit home run number five hundred joining Hank Aaron and Willie Mays as the only players with three thousand hits and five hundred home runs birthdays today include Jane.
"one hundred degrees" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Dorian at fourteen past here's meteorologist tethers there of accu weather dot com Dorian has ramped up to a category two hurricane at this point and will continue to strengthen as it heads over the next several days toward the Florida coast it's possible that it could clip the northern islands of the Bahamas as it's moving hi there this weekend but it does look like it will take until Monday to make a landfall on the Florida coastline and this is going to be somewhere within the southern half of Florida it is slowing down as it gets stronger and so that is going to mean that more of the holiday weekend is going to be an at least better shape across Florida then what we would have seen otherwise with Dorian's faster approach that said it is still expected to be a category four storm as it's approaching the Florida coast so it is going to be quite a powerful storm and it is going to have impacts in terms up rough surf and rip currents for any holiday weekend beach goers all the way up through the Carolinas aside from that here in the short term we're going to be looking at much quieter weather across the country there will be some chance that showers and thunderstorms will be a heavy enough to cause some issues in parts of the plains Oklahoma and back into parts of North Texas as well as up along the front range into Wyoming can have some at least locally strong storms swept damaging winds and hail we're also looking for a chance for isolated strong storms along the Ohio River today and into this evening and that's the weather across America in Albany New York today's sun and some clowns us body afternoon thunder shower with a high of eighty one that's the nation's weather I'm accu weather dot com meteorologist others there Monday Labor Day New York City is expected to be mostly cloudy eighty one the hi Los Angeles eighty eight Denver could break one hundred degrees Labor Day sixteen pass this is America in the morning I'm John trout eventually he wants it to be a separate branch of the military but for now president trump has begun his initiative to create a space force with an agency that's going to be under the Air Force Bob Constantini has more even unfurling a new flag president trump presiding over the start of the US space command for now away how statement says its employees assigned forces from every branch of the military to achieve a vital victories in space delivering combat power by operating Sapir's space capabilities such as communications intelligence navigation and early missile detection and warning in the rose garden president trump announcing a new combat realm just as we have recognize land air sea and cyber as vital war fighting domains we will now treat space as an independent region and there's a bit of Reagan era Star Wars imagery to go along with the new program take acting and destroying any missile launched against the United States Congress and the Pentagon have had mixed feelings about creating a whole new branch but president trump stated China and Russia as potential phase adversaries including interrupting satellite communications and possible radio signal weaponry fire took from hundreds and thousands of miles above the earth's surface Congress is still debating whether to create a whole new service branch of Constantini the White House in sports the NC a a is closely watching legislation in California that could dramatically change college sports in the nation's most populous state the proposal would allow athletes to earn money through endorsements and sponsorships of their names likeness and images the bill faces a key test today when an assembly committee will decide whether to.
"one hundred degrees" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Another sunny hot day or the higher on one hundred degrees and then went the cools a bit with a high between ninety four ninety eight degrees you're listening to news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. and this is the time we do news from your neighborhood were Zack our technical producer scours the regional papers looking for good stories you haven't heard it's our it's our support of local papers local journalism together exactly and I have something out of the Marysville appeal Democrat for you and in California agricultural growers are facing a lot of challenges we've been talking about that pretty extensively but one that we haven't really been talking about is the farmers growing prunes prunes how are they doing so not too well they say that they're experiencing different problems they're not experiencing tariffs as much as their experience and decline in demand and price for prudence is that right I'm C. and I'm I'm not a fan I hate to say it well you know they're not trendy okay then I'm trying to buy right the California produces nearly all of the US crop a prune alarms right and right now they're getting a lot of competition from Chile and Argentina which has lowered their price to about forty percent of what it used to be I did look up some of the benefits no added sugar high in fiber free from saturated fat you know in an increasingly health conscious society would think okay this makes sense right all right here's here's what they need to do they need to get on something trendy like we need prune toast or something comes out you know that's what they need to do a call look at call of flour and Brussel sprouts look at other times how does the soonest I bought some for my son over the weekend yeah nine box for two pieces but it was good yeah I know you know I know restaurants are charging ridiculous rob comatose you could make it home I know and we did after we were done with the same all right robo calls check the color idea if you don't recognize the number you don't pick up right well if it's a tax will trick here how you can avoid robo texting in three minutes how did you like news ninety three point one K. to investigate email us at KFBK news said I hardly a dot com certain of a lot of things in life one of them was I was darn sure I didn't want to go work for my dad it.
"one hundred degrees" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"From the interlude yes before the rapid I eighty three I'm Chuck would occur when traffic it with the first I'll talk radio six eighty WC it's not a washout of a day but we have scattered showers and thunderstorms that will develop later on this afternoon some of those with gusty winds and heavy rain ninety three today more scattered afternoon storms tomorrow ninety two and we still are dealing with some showers Friday but it's cooler eighty one Friday I'm Terry Smith from the weather channel for talk radio six eighty WCBS brought to you by LifeLock with Norton no one wants to wake up to the news that they are the victim of identity theft or that now where is compromising their smartphone that's why LifeLock with Norton now includes protection for your identity and devices join at LifeLock dot com use promo code risk get ten percent off your first year now keeping you connected with the latest news this is talk radio six eighty W. CBM and W. C. B. M. dot com good morning at six thirty one I'm Corey Kluber the WZVN Maryland news center with the headlines making news this hour Baltimore city again under a code red extreme heat alert today as temperatures again reach the nineties with a heat index of about one hundred degrees a Maryland man accused of making death threats against Hispanics remains in custody in in Washington state police say Erica Lynn of Clarksburg made threatening Facebook messages targeting Hispanics in Miami and elsewhere the trump administration is formally approving and eight billion dollar arms sales to Taiwan the.
"one hundred degrees" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Members of KQED public radio eighty eight point five FM in San Francisco and eighty nine point three FM in Sacramento northern California sunny warm to hot temperatures today in the bay area highs will be in the seventies generally to the mid nineties and one Sacramento Valley look for sunny hot temperatures highs from ninety four to one hundred degrees it's morning edition on KQED I'm Brian what the California legislature returns from recess today and it's got a lot of bills on its plate including two that could have a big impact on workers for more I'm joined by KQED politics and government reporter Katie your hi Katie hi Brian so there's about a month left for lawmakers to get bills passed this year eighty five is one of the big ones still hanging out there could you tell us what eighty five years and why it's so controversial eighty five has to do with what's come to be known as the dynamics decision that was a recent decision by the California Supreme Court that says employers must treat most contractors as employees if those contractors are doing an essential part of the employer's business so for instance if uber drivers are providing the essential service of uber driving they must be considered employees versus contractors and eighty five would codify that decision and make it state law in this is got to be a pretty controversy will build because so many people are turning to services like uber lift door dash and the like my correct yeah.
"one hundred degrees" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Lane which slowing traffic all the way back to I thirty five right now finally clear that accident eastbound sixteen of fort house man still looking at some pretty heavy traffic though just routinely every house man through law kill Selma Megan bishop newsradio twelve hundred W. O. A. I. partly cloudy partly sunny today tomorrow and Sunday all three days highs above one hundred degrees there is a heat advisory from noon until eight today we're at eighty degrees in the track for everything by yes the tax free back to school weekend is one of the single most popular things that the state of Texas does it's been around since the late nineteen nineties it has made this weekend in August competing with Black Friday and the weekend before Christmas is one of the busiest shopping days of the entire year you won't have to pay sales tax and that's a big deal since Texas has one of the highest yes sales taxes in the country because we don't have an income tax did you save the local sales tax as well and the local sales tax is nothing to sneeze at anyway anyway so yeah eight eight and a half percent you'll save on items costing less than one hundred dollars and keep in mind it's good at Amazon and online retailers that charge sales tax in addition to being good at brick and mortar retailers and the Texas retail association.
"one hundred degrees" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Be well over one hundred degrees this is the seller continues to grow out of control Paul king industry news fire crews are back on the front lines today battling the seller fire south of Prescott the lightning caused fire led to the evacuation of two thousand people who live in pine flat fire information officer no well Fletcher says a lot of resources are devoted to the fire which has grown to almost seventy three hundred acres we've got seven air tankers for helicopters seven hot shot crews who does eighteen engine and six he and Chris Linden heater challenging firefighters today to some police say a mid town stabbing and fire appear to be related both incidents happen at the oasis apartments overnight near dodging alpha nine police arrived at the apartment and found a man with life threatening stab wounds and a fire also broke out at the same time the apartment sprinkler system put out the fire no arrests have been made I'm Gregg Paul Kane S. T. A. M. seven ninety two sons most stimulating talk terrified of twenty twenty things are going to get a lot worse in twenty twenty twenty twenty election with a capital you're all going to witness this again X. twenty twenty Janice T. seven ninety summer is here and that means it's time to get swimsuit ready for those pool parties and beach vacations for the confidence to look your very best get our M. three from red mountain weight loss are in three works on your belly hips and thighs attacking unhealthy fat and reshaping your body will help you lose up to twenty pounds or more per month there's simply no faster way to get swimsuit ready then with our in three is safe and effective for men and women and it's all natural so we'll make you nervous and jittery are in three help overcome issues that cause weight gain like slowing metabolism hormone imbalance or menopause this patented medication is available only by prescription and you can only get it at red mountain weight loss so trust the experts at red mountain weight last for programs that are doctor supervised and highly successful lose weight and look great just in time for summer with Iran three go to read my own weight loss dot com that's read now on weight loss dot com lose up to twenty pounds by this time next month at red mountain weight loss thank selling your home here's my best guarantee ever I guarantee to get you three cash shoppers in the first forty eight hours of your listing or you can fire me and pay nothing but don't worry you won't have to because during the past fifteen years my team and I have sold over five thousand homes I'm not bragging I'm applying for a job I want to be your realtors get a free information package at eight eight five nine thousand four visit white listing dot com and start packing from the adventure mechanical heating cooling and plumbing weather center this report is sponsored by express franchising dot com well the news thirteen now first alert weather on KNSD Hey there meteorologist Stephanie Waldron fear with your cable deep personal our forecast for your Friday expect a mix of sun and clouds with a high of one oh four isolated strong chances are possible overnight temperatures fall down into the upper seventies and for your Saturday we'll see mostly sunny skies with a high of one oh to one oh too again for Sunday with a twenty percent chance of storms you work hard and have what it takes put your experience to work and start your own business for a limited time express employment professionals will give you twenty five thousand dollars to open your own franchise start your business with express visit expressed franchising dot com today that's expressed franchising dot com this hour of the Sean Hannity show is brought to you by casino del soul the soul.
"one hundred degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Slow going route three south by now on the brakes for ninety five to trouble cold one twenty eight south on picking up the volume as well through Linfield and reading everyone's out then also slowing to resolve this by the way triple a has some tips for you if you're driving in the extreme summer heat they say can take a toll on your car check your fluids especially the coolant have your car's belts and hoses inspected they can crack or blister monitor your tire pressure you don't have a blow out and actually consider taking highways instead of style side streets they say they are typically better maintain than regular routes I'm Laurie grantee WBZ's traffic on the three seventy six degrees partly cloudy and Boston you heard the forecast hot and humid we'll see a mix of sun and clouds today maybe an afternoon thunderstorm eighty nine the high showers thunderstorms around from tonight through tomorrow the remnants of what was hurricane berry watch for some localized flooding as well the overnight lows in the seventies and just a high of seventy two tomorrow then warming up pretty significantly Friday very warm humid mix of sun and clouds ninety and the weekend near one hundred degrees this is WBZ news radio ten thirty with the news was never stop good morning I'm double Lawler and here are the five things you need to know at five forty five also in that poor Cassie extreme heat on the way for the weekend it will be muggy with highs near or topping one hundred degrees dangerous temperatures a man pulled from the water at revere beach was hospitalized in critical condition was found face down in the water the house votes to condemn president trump's attacks on for Congress women of.
"one hundred degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Can inspire the next generation in Dorchester Chris Paul the WBZ Boston's news radio and at two forty eight on the heels of hurricane berry in the golf this week is hurricane preparedness week in Massachusetts governor Charlie Baker making a proclamation and Waller hurricane season in New England isn't until later in the year never too early to get ready just in case map as he is with the Massachusetts emergency management agency hurricanes the peace of the little bit different and it's really been a long time since we've seen a Harkin the last true hurricane in Massachusetts with her can Bob in nineteen ninety one since then we've seen tropical storm I read a two thousand eleven and some other smaller things that have brushed off but from a hurricane perspective it's really been a long time so it's a little bit of a hurricane amnesia where people know of it but it's really been a while and have an experienced it and we think about the generation that has grown up since nineteen ninety one it's it's a whole group of people having gone through a hurricane so obviously additional building in coastal areas so really want people to think about that hazard and and some of these models about where the storm surge may be in there for the corporations that might be appropriate plans some of those appropriate preparations you can deal make sure you're ready knowing your evacuation zone in your area having a family can cations plan an evacuation plan also keep on hand plenty of non perishables in case there is a shelter in place order and you lose power and as always a battery powered radio to stay informed keep that handy and of course to it in WBZ newsradio ten thirty that's not to fifty meantime very didn't really packs a punch that many were forecasting last weekend however the remnants of that storm are still threatening parts of the country with heavy rain and flooding right now in parts of Arkansas and Tennessee right now this is a flat it's a flash flood warning to Arkadelphia all we just north of pine bluff news the Memphis area to Dyersburg you're under a flash flood watch during the day today meteorologist bill Kerins heavy rain expected in the next twenty four hours across eastern Kentucky West Virginia and also Pennsylvania and a new study on the dangers of global warming predicting skyrocketing temperatures in the years ahead including an entire month each year we're potentially temperatures could be above one hundred degrees by the year twenty fifty warning from the union of concerned scientists says that unless global warming is curtailed nearly everywhere people experience more dangerous days of heat in the next few decades the heat index is what the temperature feels like to the human body when humidity is combined with the air temperature and the study predicts the number of days each year what it feels like it's more than a hundred degrees will more than double nationally with concerns becoming so extreme on Sundays that they'd break the current upper limit of the heat index that is correspondent Mike Bauer traffic and weather together is next it's two fifty one WBZ newsradio WBZ newsradio WBC Boston's means.
"one hundred degrees" Discussed on KOMO
"And this is going to need to a spread eastward over the next several days basically as Barry's moisture to parts your area that's going to get pretty high and a lot of areas and over to see that the heat humidity spread into the mid Mississippi and Ohio valleys next couple of days and it was very hot and a portion of the northeast and mid Atlantic hiding into Friday and the weekend heights of just create a pretty close to one hundred degrees on the on IT five quarter from Boston down to Washington so against big keep coming this weekend we still do have berries moisture can send with of basically from northern Mississippi today your western forces of Tennessee and Kentucky starting to spread in the Ohio valley as far north as a lower Michigan we'll be seeing some of that moisture moving north unease today and I will slide eastward we'll see some of the showers and storms get into the northeast and mid Atlantic tomorrow and into Thursday not expecting really widespread flooding from this point out and just a watch for the potential for some severe storms in the northern plains today from a northern Iowa back to the Dakotas and out west to just some spotty showers and want western Washington the most the west as Dr so it sounds as if once very completely wears itself out or former berry wears itself out there we're going to be having the typical July weather across the country yeah a lot of heat and humidity over a much of the eastern two thirds of the country it's that combination of heat and humidity that's really gonna make it the dangerously hot surreal fields after June one one hundred and one ten and a large portion of the country throughout the lease for a couple of days farther east MHL west of the heat is gonna start to build toward the northwest as well so a lot of heat starting to build here in middle July all right thanks Brian past the hour now Washington talks on debt and spending your heating up pitting house speaker Nancy Pelosi and top Senate Republican Mitch McConnell against hardliners.
"one hundred degrees" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"That is true look beautiful. I'd like to stick with hell damage. I'm a hell damage specialist, though. Yeah. Those big ones, man. They can like eat your lunch. Hey, I heard you could put dry ice in you don't you, you could do it all at home by yourself. At hails, you through is this thing about dry me and my buddies, always, we're going to do a town that gets hit with hell with dry ice, it sell dry ice. What does dry ice to do some, I is this the Heaton cold? I mean, you get a small Dan. It's not too deep, and you can actually get the heat from the sun and take a cold bucket of water and throw it on there. And it could almost take it out. You're just talking smaller dance. Nothing too deep. But that's kind of may come back, though, when attempts are coming. No pops out if you get hot enough in it, it, pops it out show. Shock of the full, I hot but don't take torch to it now, I hot you could put like a heat lamp not, you know, like a little, like one hundred degree day out there, ninety you know that. And then you throw something cold cold does have to be just a cold bucket of water ice cold. But. Nick appreciates us telling. But that's for some minor. So that's good to know. How does it take? I'm sorry, last question. How long does it take for the let's say someone gets hit with hail? Whatever average size hail is a lot how much per ding or not money, how much per time does it generally take you guys twenty is at twenty minutes or is that three hours cabbie depends on access. I say every job's different, right? Exactly. I mean you got aluminum that's a little bit harder. A bit more time. Accesses access is weird. How do you access this,.
"one hundred degrees" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"In a regular, bud. Ie back hurts my neck hurts. Wow. You're like, you're Lynn should like. Time capsule. Now, I don't tell anybody ever wanna bad because everybody's like, oh, waterbed a water bath. Way. Like my dirty little secret. I have a water. To share it with us today land. Thank you for sharing your dirty secret. Just talk about some real. But she's got no best. Okay. I don't know never have core. Strength. Probably never will. All right. Let's let's go to. Hello, matt. Do you have a water bed? I've had a waterbed my entire life. Thanks to my dad. What the same one? He passed it down to me. And now, I'm thirty and I I had a regular mattress for about six months. Couldn't sleep on. It got rid of it and went back to the waterbed and everything went said about it is true and the winters you can crank it up to about one hundred degrees. And then the Dahmer young and it's ice cold, wait. So there's a heater in the waterbed. Yup. Hi gold. Mine goes up to about one hundred at seventy but in the summer yon plug it in the winter you crank it up, and you just it's. And do you. I ask a question. I'm very this is I'm very impressionable as you know. For a sales pitch. Okay. Man. I have a question for you. Do you have a special friend? Going to say regular mattresses work a little better. Okay. Okay. That was my question. A little bit to get your legs. That's awesome. All right. Well, good. Thank you. I don't wanna ask any more questions because I'm afraid of answers. I mean, they do want to ask them just not in microphones that broadcasts. Even just the whole like getting out of the bed thing and the other person going through the launching. I'd like when I, you know, listen, we've spent the majority of my marriage trying to find the bed that does not respond when the other person moves right because that's just I Don mattress, and I will tell you it will change your life forever. It's amazing. Okay. Deanna is on the line. Hello deanna. Do you have a water bed? Deanna. I do and had. Oh, no, go ahead. How long have you had it? Two years. What made you get a waterbed two years ago? My sister bought one, and she said that she loved it. So I thought about it. I probably will do and it looks like a regular mattress. It's a king size. There is a bladder on each side. And I have absolutely no pain anymore. When I go to bed at night and wake up in the morning, and I sleep so. Well, wow, I am. I am a girl would figure. You know, I got me a little tummy, and boy you get in that sweet spot. And your body just conformed to that waterbed. Wow. That's awesome. I didn't even know they sold water Luther oakdale Minnesota race. Thank you Deanna. God. We are getting schooled on water. Can we get two more callers? James James, what do you love about your waterbed? It's absolutely outstanding for you. Six years. How the same one? No, okay. One spring a leak or something? Yeah. We've got cats and we've had issues with that. But the latest one we've got the bladder actually goes into the mattress itself. Around the bladder. So it looks like a normal mattress. Oh. There you go. Okay. And what about the like moving around in the night, and like your partner launching on the other side of the bed that doesn't happen. Now, the one we have is eighty percent way. Oh. That's not a problem at all. Okay. God, we thank you, James, James. And finally, amber, amber, what do you love about your waterbed? Oh, I love it. I feel so good everyday. Like like, they said it's warm in winter and cool in the summer. I gotta tell you though, I grew up with not having water. And then when they got married, and he grew up with the water that so we had the waterbed, and.
"one hundred degrees" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Wow. That's eighty two degrees. In change. Wow. Let's see here, Montana's. Also, the location of a one hundred degree temperature drop. Twenty four hours in Browning, Montana. The temperature fell from forty four degrees above zero to fifty six degrees below between January twenty third in the next day. The twenty fourth I'm sorry of nineteen sixteen. I do remember one of the coldest times was ever actually out. And about was it was in my college years, and it was the New Year's weekend. We got a cabin. Down in the state park in south western New York, allegany state park for anybody. Who knows you know, the elegant national forest, and in Pennsylvania and all that, but it was allegany state park on the New York side and a bunch of college buddies, you got a cabinet, and whatever, and I was only able to get down there. I think so I was I was working at the Bank. But I I think I went down, you know, New Year's Eve New Year's Eve afternoon got out of work and headed down there. And it was really cold. I mean, it was below zero. I mean, it was probably minus ten minus twelve degrees below zero. And my my best friend, Jeff he remembers it because we decide we great dinner with all of our college buddies. And then we get they got into nights sledding down these hills, and you know, and people running into trees and everything else because right. I'm going to guess there might have been a few adult beverages involved in some of that. But I will I will always remember the peacefulness of being way way below zero there. Now there wasn't a win. It was still as could be. Yeah. And and this red house lake that is that is there to man-made lake small lake completely frozen. It's safe to walk on anybody walking around in a hockey mask by chance. No. But we we were dressed as eskimos went to this little island tiny little island, the island is I don't know fifty feet by thirty feet. Okay. As a rock on it. And we sat and we were drinking. Out of a bottle blackberry. Brandy. My buddy. And just looking at the stars. When midnight hit the new year hit. And you know, there's cabins it's completely desolate and the excuses clear as can be. Yeah. And you could hear people screaming and yelling in the cabins off miles away because of a guy in a hockey mask. No, oh, they were happier. Now, there you go. Now, there was nothing like that. But just. And that's probably the coldest I've ever. Blizzard of seventy seven was cold. But it wasn't that cold. But there was no wind. I can't imagine having a twenty mile an hour wind when it's minus thirty degrees or thirty mile an hour wind a buddy of mine old radio guy, the old radio guy. Coming from another old radio guy, an old radio friend from the well, the very first days of my radio career. We were the ones that walked out on that frozen pond. I talk about that winner, which would have been January February of eighty five. For a couple of days. We did not get above zero. It was like five below. And this is in Texas while it was crazy. Yeah. And we were but we were reminiscent on Facebook. We are thread. It was just the two of us are threat went on forever. The other day just talking about it. I told him I said, yeah. Which I tell that story of off and on the air quite a bit. So my buddy, Brian he walked further than I did. He took a bigger risk. So I don't know if that makes him brave or stupid or what it makes them at that time. I was I really didn't even think about it. I really wasn't. But I still to this day have no idea how deep that lake. Was it could have been two feet. But I, but it could have been twenty feet thirty feet. I have no idea. We weren't. We didn't test anything. We can throw a big brick in the center to see now. Nothing like that. Just started walking. That's how smart I was. Well, I mean, it's when you when you grow up in the north, for example, I mean when I tell us to people because there's ice skating rink down here right now, they have indoor ice skating rinks all over the place, but I've skated on a pond, many many times, you know, just sat there, and you walk in you don't know. And you can just tell me if it's look when it's when it's Ben. You know, ten degrees for for three weeks in a row, you're pretty safe that any pond you're going to walk on his. Yeah. This is okay. I saw viral video where you had a bunch of skaters, and they were skating across this big lake. And I forget where it was it could have been Minnesota. I don't remember. But I'm and they had a drone flying over them. And it was getting this incredible footage. But it looked like the I mean, the ice was so clear wasn't. There was no snow on top of it. And you know, from at least that vantage point from, you know, the video it looked clear, and it looked kind of shiny, which means to me looks like waters on top of the ice. But that wasn't the case. There was no water on. It was just really clear, and I I asked you was during a break the other night. And I said so someone go out and test. Is there a way they test? His see they just do the math. You know and say, well, no, it's been this temperature for so many days. So we know the guys is going to have a officially if you were commit you'd be testing it by drilling it normally pits four inches. It's safe for people to be on. I mean, they were skating to at a high speed going one direction. I mean going across if it's roughly four inches thick normally, you know, safe to, you know, safer person to be on. But you just you just again, the ponds we were on. And we we knew there they they might have been three or four feet deep. You're right. It you'd be cold. And you have to be rushed inside. But you're not gonna you're you weren't going to you weren't going to die. But I would be I, you know, the the one time that we walked on the lake again. It was like minus ten degrees might say you knew it was solid. It was that lake probably got to about twenty twenty five thirty feet deep in the middle. But where we were probably five to seven feet, and we only walked to this tiny island that was about fifty feet. And you knew it was rock solid solid is be we knew it you. You could take you could take a sledgehammer and hidden probably not breakthrough it for a while is that thick. So we had outdoor skating ice skating this year in our neighborhood, actually, the Dallas Stars. And our in our town our city, the Dallas Stars have a center a hockey centre in our in our town, and they set it up, and they said it was a huge turnout to do out. And we didn't really get that Cole during that time. But they kept going. It went the first it was at Christmas time. So it was like the first week in December until the first because you can you can get I've seen in Texas where they set up outdoor wit rings, a different festivals and events, you know, in December. And it's even if it's sixty five during the day in it's down once it gets below once you're fifty and the sun is Don it, right? And you've got the refrigerator machines. You can get it going. Yeah. You can now. The funny thing is they're so crowded that you really can't do anything. And they really don't have the Zamboni every time outdoor one every time. I drove by it was just packed. Yeah. Yeah. So it's really not. It's not really fun skating. What my son took his daughter there. And she is she's four. So you know, it was perfect for her. You're not going to skate very fast, and she got the scapegoat awhile. And they enjoyed it. All right coming up. Starbucks baristas told how to handle and maybe I'm just obsessed with this. But we'd just you, and I just remember the whole Starbucks thing. Howard Schultz a couple of years ago where the big two page ad in national newspapers where he wished to discuss race. And he was the darling Democrats. And now they hate him. So we'll get to that how Starbucks baristas are told how to handle the Scholtz twenty twenty questions out there and the Democrats headline Democrats signal flexibility at border meeting. We'll do they really one. What's the flexibility on that more coming up, plus your calls and comments eight six six ninety redeye? Tips from JJ Keller.
"one hundred degrees" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE
"Weatherman on television, or the weather woman, whatever on television instead of saying the normal temperature now, though say the average temperature it's almost like somebody get mad at them for say with normal temperature should be how do you know, what normal is you say the average it's a mathematical equation, also stupid. You also have where they used to report. And it'll do this as much anymore where they would say, well, this is the hottest temperature we've seen since eighteen ninety six exciting to global warming. Cleric crowd was like don't tell him that. It was hotter and 1896 because then they're not gonna believe us when we say there's global warming and climate change in all this seven you can give you a round up of of what's going on. There is for those of us who are in Texas. We will up today. It was the thirty. Dell's freezing today. When where we were this early this morning. So let me not out there. It was it was fifty something. When I got another Jewish fifty something was freezing freezing. You're talking about one hundred degrees swing. Yeah. With was also helped me out here. Reuters a blast of Arctic air from the polar vortex. Brought record-setting cold a wide swath of the United States on Tuesday. Stretching from the Dakotas through main snow expected as far south is Allah Bama, Georgia. The midwest was the hardest hit region as temperatures plummeted below zero by mid afternoon. The mercury was hovering at six in Chicago, twelve in Detroit, minus twenty two and Fargo North Dakota and the brutal chill was caused by the polar vortex master freezing air that normally spins around the North Pole, but as made its way south into the United States officials warned residents long accustomed to chilling winters to expect an unusually deep and dangerous freeze. The storm poses a serious threat to the being of people around the state will use every tool at our disposal to keep our residents safe. Governor Jay Pritzker center statement on Tuesday. A low of minus ten was forecast in Chicago on Wednesday, but with the wind chill factor. Dan, temperatures will feel as low as minus fifty times the Chicago area and northern Illinois by Tuesday evening in the national weather service reported at temple. Could reach lows of minus thirty to minus forty and parts of the northern plains in Great Lakes on Wednesday. The national weather service said many cities in the midwest opened warming shelters regional governments closed hundreds of schools.