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"orange beach" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM
"Folks just like me who are north of 50. And in my case, well north of 50 and realizing we ought to be having more fun in taking better care of ourselves. Those two things go hand in hand. By the way, you never know when it's going to be your turn. You know what I mean? You'd never But I do believe you can let lots of people cut ahead of you in life's checkout lane. If you become proactive about exercising, eating better getting enough sleep, and so on. Every time I eat more than a couple of cookies are more than a cup of ice cream. Well, not every time but sometimes Okay now and then, when I do something like that, I cannot help but think of it. There's one guy have interviewed a dozen times on this show, Dr John Higgins, a cardiologist who's given so generously of his time. He has always absolutely hammered the importance of exercise and healthy diet. We're gonna get into that today, but not with him and not down that same path of slightly different path when we talked to Dr Wesley McWhorter about the relationship between diet and diabetes. Before. Then, however, I'll remind any of you who might have forgotten and this is this audience. There may be a few people who forget things. I know I do a reminder that today is Father's Day. I lost my dad almost 30 years ago. Guys 30 years ago, almost to a major heart attack just before dawn. I got that call from my mom and I'll never forget that it was pretty rough. At least he didn't suffer along with the sudden loss was Was really tough on my mom. My sister me all his friends and and the rest of our family. And yes, I do still think about him. I still miss him. And I definitely wish I could have another conversation with him. Let's take a moment, I think would be appropriate here to just just a couple of seconds of silence in a minute or so. Just think about our dads and think about the contributions they made good or bad and mine wasn't perfect. He was no angel, but he did the best he could before he had and On the whole, we finished up pretty strong. By the way. The reason you heard a rebroadcast this past week was that I was in Orange Beach, Alabama place that actually holds some pretty good memories for me since I played baseball over in mobile a long time ago. And a place in which I've called a lot of fish over the years, too. I was there for my son's baseball tournament. Totally different college baseball, then 13 year old baseball, But the team actually did pretty well didn't quite make it to the finish line. But we played hard and won some games. One more than we lost. Actually, I think, 123. No. Yeah, we did. We won more than we lost between games and before games and after games pretty much any time I wasn't driving him somewhere, I fished. Something. I like a lot and I did all I could while I was there. I talked about that a lot on my outdoor show this weekend yesterday and today and couldn't help but mention it here as well Out of respect for my non fishing audience members. However, I'll stop short of the details on Specifically what I caught. And on what lures. I know you don't care. I understand perfectly to that's just not for everyone. Nobody could stand in the same spot cast in the nearly same place on the water and Hoping each time that this was the cast that would fool Spanish mackerel or speckled trout or a red fish. I'm just wired that way. A little later in the program. We're going to talk about a device that looks odd on first glance, But when you use it right can help relieve some of the pain we get around our midsection. Down there in the hips and what, not In a nutshell, It stretches and Lucien's some of those really small specific muscles and I get benefit from stretching any muscle I can stretch these days. This thing just kind of got my attention, and so I wanted to bring it to your attention. I got a chance to try it. And once I figured it out, it worked finally to wrap up. We will talk about Father's Day. We're going to talk to Gina Burka Meyer about that the importance of dads on Father's Day. I'm a dad patiently waiting for my 13 year old son to realize. And it's It's not an easy journey as you all know, to realize that there are a lot of things I know more about than he does. And there are very few things contrary to what he believes that I don't know anything about. He's a great kid. Really. Overall. I can't. I can't knock him but that teenage thing it's kind of rears its ugly head now and then, and we have to just deal with it back for another minute or so of that mentioned I made earlier about an exercise and how it can prolong your life on the trip to Orange Beach. My son and I stayed on the third floor of a big all suites kind of a hotel place right there on the water on the beach. Third floor, plus the parking space, the parking garage, which was underground, so four flights of stairs, and it actually turned out to be closer than the elevator. But by the time we walk from our room to the elevator to the parking garage, up and down those stairs made the most sense. And I'm quite proud to let you know that I walked up and down those four flights of stairs. Every time. Until we left that building. When we were hauling luggage. We went ahead and took the elevator back down. But before that it was up and down those steps by half a dozen times today wasn't easy. But I made it and I feel better for it. It actually made me feel pretty good. So on this father's day This father's Day edition of 50 Plus will leave with some diet tips for diabetics and for people who don't want diabetes, then moved to that hip device. I told you about a minute ago, took me a little while to figure it out, but it has helped with some tightness down there. And then we will anchor of course, with some talk about the influence of fathers on Father's Day. I really do appreciate you listening. I'm so glad to be back here in Houston Back here in sugar land where I live..
"orange beach" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Minutes. And if you are up a little higher a little further north in Coleman, you're only looking at a 42 minute commute this morning. All right. I'm toy. Thornton. You're first alert. Traffic. Thank you. Toy. Well, some great news coming out of Orange Beach this morning. Ah, person reported missing during Hurricane Sally has been found safe is indeed good News, Orange Beach Mayor Tony Kennon making that announcement over the weekend, adding that the person is expected to be OK. That is great news and also water service has been restored to that city, but a boil. Water advisory is still in effect until results from the samples have been received, but things are moving in the right direction. Debris pickup expected to continue in earnest today in Orange Beach. Sadly, though the storm is now blame for two deaths in Alabama. Federal assistance has now been approved for several Alabama counties working to recover from the storm Governor Kay Ivey announcing that FEMA will offer individual and public assistance for Baldwin Mobile and Escambia counties. In a statement on Sunday, she said, quote being approved for individual and public assistance is an important step in the recovery process. Coastal Alabama were with you the whole way. Well. Two of Huber's emergency 911 operators are now working in communities near the Gulf Coast. Whoever sent them to Spanish Fort and Baldwin County there to help the crew will assist in taking emergency calls, giving 900 dispatchers there a much needed break and we spoke to one of the operators out of whoever explains why receiving help as a dispatcher is such a big deal right now. Dispatch is one that often gets overlooked when it comes to sending out help our fire Department of Police Department actually already gone down. Their dispatch very rarely gets any assistance that comes to him. So it's.
"orange beach" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"We want to see around the world to understand who we are from those talks. We bring you speakers and ideas. That will surprise you Just don't know what you're going to find a challenge. You retrieved the axe ourself like why is it no worthy and even change you? I literally feel like I'm a different first. Yes. Do you feel that way? Idea's worth spreading from Ted. And NPR. I'm a new summer roadie coming up. Here is a generation with contraception in hand, premarital sex as a norm, the possibility of experiencing with each other what they want, and so often they don't feel like it. And they don't know why. And that's when studying desire. A long term relationship became really like what's happening. Coming up building resilient relationships. First this news Live from NPR news. I'm Jack Spear. Parts of the U. S. Gulf Coast are still trying to clean up a day after Hurricane Sally NPR's Debbie Ellie reports, hundreds of thousands of customers remain without power as crews work to help restore power and bring the region back. Rescuers used boats and high water vehicles to reach people stranded by floodwaters in some of the hardest hit neighborhoods along the Alabama Gulf Coast and around Pensacola, Florida in Orange Beach, Alabama, the devastation is widespread trees and power lines are down. Homes and businesses are flooded. The power is out, and some roads are still underwater. Sally what has been the worst Direct hit that we've had Orange Beach.
"orange beach" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Know three of these radio 1055. Seven arrive, E says Hurricane Sally delivered record breaking rain and flooding to the Gulf Coast has perhaps the biggest impact of any stone we've ever seen. And keep in mind this there. The state remembers all too well the impact of seven in 2004 and Frederick in 1979. State why there are more than 200,000 Power outages, Gulf Shores and Orange Beach are off limits for tourists for at least the next 10 days, authorities say. That's how long it'll take to clean up. Next news at 5 30. Now it's time for Michael Berry. I'm Jim Charity on Birmingham's local news, traffic and weather leader. He's ready. 01055 W C. Don't get fooled by fake news Get the real stuff here. Birmingham's home for Box NEWSIES News Radio won over by W. E. R C. It's that time time, time to lock and load. Michael. Very show is on the air in all my years. Studying politics. Being in politics and now commenting on politics. One of my great frustrations. In fact, one of the things that's always bothered me the most. Is when good Honest, honorable, decent people would say to me. What's the point of vote.
Hurricane Sally power outages top 540,000
"Of thousands of people across the Gulf Coast were without power this morning in the aftermath of hurricane sound, Alabama Governor Kay Ivey called for patients as her state recovers You all I know it's uncomfortable and downright scary. To be sitting in the donors of your home with out in the lights. But please be patient. Alabama has seen at least one fatality, Mayor of Orange Beach said one person died there and another is missing is the small coastal city grapples with continued floods. Overnight. The storm weakened from a Category two hurricane to a tropical depression, but heavy rains continue to pound Gulf Coast communities. Pensacola, Florida where bloated waters reduced boat docks to driftwood
"orange beach" Discussed on KCRW
"In the state remain without electricity. The city of Orange Beach, Alabama, lost both power and water service and some neighborhood still have water covering roadways hampering recovery. Cruz today are working to clear debris and removed down trees. Alabama Governor Kay Ivey says the recovery will be slow because of record devastation that this slow moving stone has perhaps the biggest impact of any stone we've ever seen. Officials are planning to set up emergency distribution points today, where people can get provisions like ice, water and tarps to shore up damaged roofs. Debbie Elliot NPR NEWS ORANGE BEACH, Alabama President Trump is an Tsing plans to establish a commission to promote what he calls patriotic education. In the speech at the National Archives today, Trump to cried. What he said was a twisted Web of lies being taught in U. S classrooms about systemic racism in America, calling it a form of child abuse the left wing rioting and mayhem. Are the direct result of decades of left wing indoctrination. In our schools. It's gone on far too long. Our Children are instructed from propaganda tracks. Like those of Howard's in Try to make students ashamed of their own history. Trump also announced that the National Endowment of the Humanities would provide a grant to develop a quote pro American curriculum. FBI Director Christopher Ray says individuals who self radicalized online posed the greatest domestic terrorism threat as NPR's Ryan Lucas reports. That's what Ray told lawmakers today on Capitol Hill. In testimony before the House Homeland Security Committee..
"orange beach" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"047 FM. Good Morning 7 46. And it's Thursday, September the 17th and summer's necked on with this yet mostly cloudy and sticky today, possible late, not shower is a cool front rules through today's high 78, then a big drop. And the temperature over the next 24 hours or so storm team 10, meteorologist Christina Ernie says Friday. Mostly cloudy, breezy and much cooler high reaching about 61 degrees and It'll be a bit of a reach for Saturday and Sunday. Still in the low sixties, all weekend long Saturday looks sunny and windy. Still cool 62. Then for Sunday, partly sunny and a cool high of 61 degrees, good football weather, right? For the temperatures, But the Patriots will be out of Seattle taken on the Seahawks a much more difficult task. Then take another Miami Dolphins. So you know, we'll see whether or not Cam Newton can still hold on to the first week. They were. He was something a watchman. I mean, try to bring that guy down. Sell big ius is huge. 7 47 At least one person was killed by Hurricane Sally. Unfortunately, after it came on shore near the Gulf Shores, Alabama close to the Florida pan of border in the Panhandle there Happened yesterday came on as a category two storm packing 105 Mile an hour Winds two in one person died. Aren't these Orange Beach, Alabama, Another person is missing the slow moving storm. When it hits sure is only within two miles an hour. It's moving it about five now. When it hit it dumped heavy rains in the region, with downtown Pensacola, Florida having nearly 3 Ft of water covering its streets. Looked like rivers there before it started to recede to Sally also tore loose a construction crane it smashed into.
Sally still a threat to Florida Panhandle and Alabama
"Of coastal Alabama are under a curfew is debris and water from Hurricane Sally swamped the roadways as Miranda Fillmore with member station w. Th em. Reports of flood threat remains for portions of the Florida Panhandle and southern Alabama. Much of Alabama's coast remains without power tonight as rain and winds from Hurricane Sally continue northeast across the state towards Georgia. Orlando cancel lives in Orange Beach. He says he wished he had acquired a generator and more food. But now, he says, they'll have to wait till the city's curfew is lifted. We didn't get the notice is that in turn to category tune to the very last minute it was forecast very far west from us, And because of that we didn't take the necessary precautions. Cancel says It would be tough to leave their home now because many of the roads are still underwater for NPR
"orange beach" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Some trapped inside boxes. Aisha Husnu, the mayor of Orange Beach, Alabama, is a man there was killed in the storm. Not clear yet. Man's wife reported missing a debate yesterday over the availability of the Corona virus vaccine began when the director of the Centers for Disease Control told a congressional hearing. He thinks widespread distribution may not come until the middle of next year. President Trump later telling reporters he's not sure that Dr Robert Redfield understood the question when he said it. I believe he was confused. I'm just telling you were ready to go as soon as the vaccine happens. Joe Biden began questioning the safety of the vaccine and now saying he believes that as president, he would have the power to order everyone in the country to wear a face mask. The United States preparing to declare to the United Nations this weekend. Little previous sanctions against Iran are back in force because Tehran has violated its 2015 nuclear agreement. Several member countries of the U. N. Security Council say having withdrawn from that agreement, the US lacks any authority over it potentially ominous signs for Wall Street. Now futures are down more than 350 points. Asian stock markets closing Thursday Lower America is listening to Fox News. From the Fox News Podcasts Network, subscribe and listen to the tray. Gowdy podcast. Joey didn't fail. He lost. There's a huge difference. Politico doesn't know the difference. But the rest of us do good people can lose. Joey Kennedy is no failure is what the Democrats should embrace. He's certainly what all of his colleagues respected. He deserved more balanced coverage from the DC media. He won't tell you that, but I won't describe in listen now by going a fox news podcasts. We're a nation founded on principles on freedom with leaders have changed the course of human civilization. When we take part in democracy, we control our destiny. We exercise our rights and hold our leaders accountable and we always speak our mind. We may be.
"orange beach" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Out in there that could be power lines down in the water. Don't try to drive your car through it. It's something that you could very much regret. So it is potentially in certain areas. Life threatening storm now blamed for one death in Orange Beach, Alabama, another port, another person reported missing salmonella, Tropical depression, moving over Georgia. Hurricane teddy strengthening in the Atlantic now appears headed for an impact. With Bermuda late Sunday or very early Monday, Western wildfires continue to rage the West Coast now home to the most unhealthy air on the planet, the worst of it in Portland. More than a dozen of Oregon's fires were lit by downed power lines and incident report blamed high winds for knocking down utility lines east of Salem last week, igniting at least 13 blazes. Many others were intentionally set with one Oregon homeowner taking matters into her own hands. When she found a guy on her property with matches. The woman demanded to know why he was there and when she didn't like his answer, held him at gunpoint until cops arrived by the way, he was not charged with arson, but with trespassing and an unrelated warrant. Meanwhile, more than five million acres have burned in the past two weeks, destroying thousands of homes and buildings, killing at least 34 people In three Western states boxes. Rick Leventhal headed home from the hospital, one of two L. A county sheriff's deputies. Shot Saturday evening. Still nursing wounds to his arm, hand and forehead, but well enough to go home. Sheriff Villanueva says The deputy has a long road ahead to complete recovery. America is listening to news..
"orange beach" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Sarah Fox News, The mayor of a coastal Alabama city, says the storm now a tropical depression killed one person and another is missing in the town of Orange Beach. Norma came ashore early this morning. Close to Gulf Shores. Alabama 30 miles from Pensacola, Florida. Florida Governor Rhonda Santis, with a warning with the flooding is going to continue to be an issue over these next many days and so people just need need to buckle up. If you're in those areas, heed the warnings of your local officials, and obviously we were going to be there to help in any way we can. 200 members of the Florida National Guard will alive tomorrow to help it dusted on curfew in place for the next three days. In Escambia County. In California, thousands of acres are still on fire. California Governor Gavin Newsom again reiterated that while forced management is an important part of lessening the severity of wildfires, climate change is key 57%. The forest. It land in the state of California is federal area responsibility just 3% in state areas of responsibility. The August complex, which is 817,000 Acres, is now the largest fire in state history and one of the largest in US history. Newsom says the creek fire from which more than 240 campers had to be rescued a week and a half ago is especially complicated by the fact that the state has 160 million dead trees, mostly due to prior drought. Jessica Rosenthal. Fox News Weather has healthy sires burning in Oregon and Washington state. One of the county sheriff's deputies, who were shot in an ambush over the weekend in Compton, has been released in the hospital Sheriff Alex Villain a wave as tweeted that the male deputy used name is being withheld over safety concerns has been released, adding he has a long road to recovery, but he's not alone. Saying We as a community are in this together. 24 year old was shot.
Hurricane Sally Strengthens To Category 2 as It Moves Toward the Us Gulf Coast
"It's just in the first death is reported from now. Tropical storms. Sally Mayor Tony Canon of Orange Beach, Alabama, says one person has died. Another person is missing as a result of what was a Category two Hurricane Florida's governor is warning people in the states hard hit Panhandle to stay vigilant even though Sally has already begun heading inland as a weakening tropical storm governor Rhonda Santa says Sally is dumping heavy rain as the tricks over the Southeast, he says the drenching rains are expected to cause massive flooding of several Florida Panhandle. Ever's in the coming days. River's already have begun rising at least eight waterways in southern Alabama and the Florida Panhandle are expected to hit major flood stage by tomorrow. Forecasters say some of the crest could break records, CBS News correspondent Manuel Bohorquez in Mobile this storm, It's not just the wind. It is also the storm surge. That is a huge concern expected to be up to 7 ft and parts of coastal Alabama. The effects of the storm started last night in places like or Beach also engulf shores, where there are roads that are submerged and people reportedly flooded in areas around Pensacola, Florida got more than 2 Ft of rain. More flooding is expected in Georgia and the Carolinas late tonight and into tomorrow, southwestern Virginia as
"orange beach" Discussed on KCRW
"Traffic is slow. From Van Nuys Boulevard. This is all things considered from NPR news. I'm Elsa Chang and I'm Sasha Pfeiffer. Hurricane Sally crawled ashore in Alabama this morning as a Category two storm. It's been slow moving, drowning cities along the coast and unrelenting rain and bashing structures with 100 mile per hour winds in the town of Orange Beach officials say they had 120 calls from midnight through the morning from people whose homes were flooded. About 60. People were rescued overnight. They're now staying in makeshift shelters. One resident John Parkinson, stayed put. His home is up on stilts but sits between two bodies of water, Wolf Bay and the Intracoastal Waterway. As of yesterday afternoon, he thought a tropical storm was headed his way and that would just brush by him. But by evening, he had 3 ft waves hitting the house on the North side, while 125 Mile an hour winds shook the whole house from the South side. It was just brutal on my wife and I just sat there, just waiting on the roof to pill off. By that point, it was too late to get out. The storm was roaring through his road had flooded. He watched as boats capsized. He saw people swimming to shore. It was absolute The terrifying it was forced out of our lives. We were completely flat footed, many other shared in that terror. As the storm raged, We had a huge fishing boat like a 60 ft boat. Coming down Wolf Bay and just figured it had busted loose off obits Anchorage and it's settled on my daughter or what was left by dot.
Hurricane Sally blasts ashore in Alabama with punishing rain, flooding
"Hurricane Sally hits the Gulf coast causing dangerous flooding from the Florida panhandle to Mississippi and well inland in the days ahead according to weather forecasters trapped in a hotel in downtown Pensacola Florida surrounded by floodwater rain pouring down Jordan use under two kids were trying to stay calm her eight year old son hiding under the desk here is totally under water that includes our car which the family used to escape their mobile home and hopefully everybody got out okay unfortunately not in orange beach Alabama mayor Tony Keenan says rescue crews got more than a hundred calls good number more seriously all rescues rising water we brought into our community center and sheltered them and they'll be there for a while because most of all we still will reward you says a bracing for even more flooding as the rain continues I'm Julie Walker
"orange beach" Discussed on KCRW
"Last minute, then I think a lot of people were expecting. And I think we will be seeing a lot more damage as we start to get some daylight and see what's going on this morning. So you you haven't been able to get a sense of of any damage thus far. Yes. You know, they're oak trees that have just been toppled by their roots all up and down the street where I am, And I've been talking to friends and family in Orange Beach where I live the town next door on DH. It sounds like it's been a very dramatic night as well. There. There were water rescues overnight on the street where I live, where I evacuated from Neighbors describe the roads looking like canals flowing freely, cars and boats or we're washing away. There are reports of some tornadoes in the region right now. Orange Beach officials are battling a fire in the cotton by you area. Officials have a curfew in place right now so that they can get out and sort of see what's going on. Power is out for a really wide area. At last count, I think nearly a half a million people in the Gulf South region without power. This reminds me a lot of Hurricane Ivan, which hit practically in the same spot 16 years ago today, and I think we'll be seeing similar destruction in the slowness is a problem, right? I mean, this just makes the risk of floods worse. It really is all the rain and now it's moving inland, So it's not just people who live on the coast that air dealing with storm surge, it's going to be rain that makes creeks and rivers rise. There's nowhere for that water to go, and it's just piling up and it's going to be an issue. I think, as this storm starts to curve around and inch its way ever so slowly through Alabama and then on into Georgia, so this is going to hit the South East. Well, we appreciate you and stay safe. NPR's Debbie Elliot in Gulf Shores, Alabama, bringing us the latest on Hurricane Sally, Thanks to me, you're welcome. A sweeping congressional inquiry has found damning evidence of failures at both Boeing and at the Federal Aviation Administration in the development and certification of the 7 37 Max, the report says. Thes failures contributed To to Mac's plane crashes, killing 346 people. Here's NPR's David Shaper. The House Transportation Committee investigation finds that there was no singular technical floor pilot failure that led to the deadly 7 37 Max. Plane crashes in Indonesia in October of 2018 in Ethiopia the following March. Instead, it describes the circumstances that led up to them almost like a perfect storm, calling it the horrific culmination of a series of faulty technical assumptions by Boeing's engineers. The lack of transparency on the part of Boeing's management and grossly insufficient oversight by the FAA. The report details Boeing's flawed design of a new automated flight control system on the plane and mistake in using outdated and put the assumptions of pilot response as well as a culture of concealment. Keeping information from the FAA, its customers and the pilots who would fly the plane. There's something that came out of this that's just mind boggling. House Transportation Committee Chairman Peter DeFazio oversaw the inquiry, It says What's mindboggling is that both bowing in the FAA contend they followed proper procedures. Had vowed the 7 37 Max to be compliant. That's the bureaucratic word it was compliant, but the problem is, it was compliant and not safe and people died..
"orange beach" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Side. W E R c Fox six news. Good day. Alabama starts with breaking news. Welcome in that breaking news, Of course, Hurricane Sally now pounding Alabama's coast as we speak, That's right places like Mobile Gulf Shores, Pensacola, all saying massive amounts of rain and strong winds this morning. We're going to have the very latest from the coast throughout the morning. We're efforting pictures. You saw there that video from Lay there down on the Gulf Coast. But ah lot going on a lot changed overnight, in fact, so we got team coverage for you're going to start off make you Ferguson there and Matt Daniel first, where Weather center tracking the storm's progress making. What's the latest? Well, we had Sally strengthened overnight. Last night We were at 85 MPH sustained winds. Now what 105 and you can see where the eye wall is right there Gulf Shores and Orange Beach, So the eye is moving over Gulf Shores and Orange Beach at the present time just to the off to the north. In summer Dale northward. Through Lillian in fairy past Pensacola getting hammered by lots and lots of rain. They've got all kinds of flash flood warnings down there. Tornado watches. We've had a couple of tornadoes into the Florida Panhandle that Have dissipated at the present time, but there's still a tornado threat there. But this storm surge and flooding is just going Tio possibly proved to be a historic event. They've already received over a foot of rain 16 inches of brain foot and a half there into Gulf Shores and Mohr falling so this the projected path of Sally looks like it's going to move a little closer into Ah, well, well further to the South East, so that could give a lot of us a break here in the north Central Alabama. Are far southeastern counties have the best potential for flooding. Based on that forecast today, home here we're looking at a high of 75 degrees 70% chance of rain. A lot of areas, though west of I 65 may not see much rainfall in all So an update on that coming up in just a little bit, plus a very nice weekend to talk about, too. We'll have that more.
"orange beach" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Mask in public and stay. 6 ft, away from others Learn more at bt h dot Virginia dot gov Hey, check this out. This is a look at Hurricane Sally. Ah, that weird inland from outer space, looking down the satellite imagery there so pretty impressive, and it covers the Gulf of Mexico. This is from a NASA satellite in space. This is now a category one hurricane with sustained winds of 85 MPH. So the biggest problem with Sally looks like it's going to be just torrential rainfall. For the coastal areas. There's a lookout live from Orange Beach this morning. Little hard to see exactly what's going on because the sun has not come up yet. But I imagine the surf is really picking up there with the storm surge affecting that area. Let's let's move along here and take a look at Sally. We have the sustained winds of 85 MPH. Here's the biggest problem with Sally. It's only moving to the West Northwest two MPH So it's basically just sitting there and it's causing just torrential rainfall for mobile Baldwin counties. They could get upto 15 25 inches of rain a couple of feet of rain. And some areas could even get up to 30 inches. This is the projected path. From the National Hurricane Center. Some forecast models show it going a little further to the north. Others keep it right here or a little further to the south. And I would say with that forecast the further South you live in our area. The more impacts you could see that The higher rainfall tallies you could see between this tomorrow morning into Thursday. We have hurricane warnings posted for Mobile Baldwin County, stretching Far east into the Florida Panhandle east of Pensacola, Florida. So they also have storm surge potential of 69 ft into parts of Louisiana through Mississippi and into mobile Bay and mobile County. Baldwin County. This 690.4 to 7 Ft of storm surge, so storm surge and just incredible historic rainfall that could be coming Tio those counties down there. And into the Florida Panhandle over the next few days, So lots and lots of rain you can see this forecast model shows the system moving a little further to the north. So we have a flash flood watch. That is, in effect for our area. 3 to 7 inches of rain forecast here home the further South again you live the hire. Those rainfall tallies are so 4 to 7 inches, Maybe Chilton County southward 2 to 4 inches into the Birmingham area and then Half an inch or less into our northwestern counties. So I think you're pretty much out of the woods and Faras. Northwest Alabama is concerned, but things could change tropical systems. They don't always follow our forecasts. They do what they want to do. So you contract the tropics on your W B R C first alert weather after having downloaded that's a really helpful tool. And you get your local forecasters, well, 74 degrees. Currently the Birmingham airport. We're in the mid seventies in most locations and rain. Chances really aren't that high for today, only going with about a 30% chance of rain going into this afternoon, with highs topping out into the mid eighties, but it's Wednesday specifically tomorrow. Into Thursday where we could see most of the rainfall from Sally. So first alert heads up for tomorrow in a Thursday of seeing significant rainfall in our area once we get through a Sally, though, Look what is waiting for us this weekend, Saturday and Sunday look absolutely gorgeous highs in the upper seventies overnight lows. In the fifties. Just gotta deal with Sally first. All right, let's check in now with toy Thornton see what's going on in traffic. All right. Thank you. Miki as we head into the seas clock hour. You're getting out of the house. You're.
"orange beach" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Has infected America for the past four hundred years we will never ever resolve this issue the city's mayor and police chief say they will defend the right to peacefully protest but won't tolerate violence and criminal acts the four officers involved were fired yesterday the FBI and justice department investigating the house passing a bill aimed at making it easier for small businesses use a popular loan program sending it on to the Senate also today weekly claims pushing the number out of work to more than forty million people in the past ten weeks America is listening to fox it's four oh three these radio one oh five five WBRC Alabama reporting three hundred fourteen new coronavirus cases today there are three more deaths you A. B. students can get up to nine hundred dollars from the cares act to spend any way they want after the money the university received must go to students you A. B. admissions director Tyler Peterson you know a lot of students were impacted whether that was a need for food course materials technology health care child care expenses Morata member churches announcing plans to re open the state's largest house of worship church of the highlands says it will resume in person services on father's day June twenty first police in Huntsville say one person is dead and two others injured after a driver refused to pull over for a traffic stop and wrecked investigators say the person killed was in the car running from police the driver of the other car suffered minor injuries no other information available the incident remains under investigation a routine fishing trip near orange beach almost turned into a jaws movie three divers spearfishing about twenty five miles off the coast of orange beach had encounter with a great white shark one hundred feet below the surface the three with southern skin divers.
Little Richard dies at 87
"Little Richard this self proclaimed architect of rock and roll and one of its biggest influencers has died he was eighty seven Osterville mint and a close friend of Little Richard told the AP the performer form Richard died Saturday morning and that the family is not releasing the cause of death known for his piercing wail and pounding piano on songs like good golly miss Molly and two thirty little Richard irrevocably altered popular music while introducing black orange beach to white America he sold more than thirty million records worldwide and his influence on other musicians was equally staggering from the Beatles and noticed reading Creedence Clearwater revival and David Little Richard dead at eighty seven I'm Julie Walker
"orange beach" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Let's go to Laurie in orange beach Alabama is a really orange worry you know what it's beautiful out here people don't realize how pretty Alabama beaches are even compare to Florida as a matter of fact alright as a matter of fact you know dear friend John chase at Audubon that's where his vacation home is in Alabama yeah okay yeah it's beautiful that's what he would tell me he says half the money yeah it's very expensive hi my question is answered my only thirteen SRX Cadillac into the dealership and for something that I needed six while they were headed back in the back for diagnosis another employee ran into my car in college front right mother damage they brought it out and I showed it to me they're very nice offer to pay for the repairs no the wondering if I have any other Jane I can claim instructions to manage a value well what years your Cadillac it's a twenty thirteen about from school and how many miles are on it about seventy five thousand okay what color is it I will pretty soft Golders yeah again once well see they're offering to pay for see this sewer gets a little touchy it depends on how good a job they do but because they're going to pay for a day I don't know that they're going to turn it into the garage keeper liability policy might never be reported I remember being repainted is no worse than hail damage but that would be the issue because if in fact you're you would have to say okay I had a car there's never been a rack now we have to repair this if I were going to trade my car and how much is used car guy get hit me for the damage repair the damage they're gonna have to order complete the rubber bumper and then the plastic casing for the spotlight those were most damaged well as a few scratches on the bumper yeah again making a difference you know if you have a flat white you know the gonna get that right if you have a flat black they're going to get that right if it's got some metallic flake in it I don't know the quality of their body shop but I'm pretty critical on body shop repairs as you now that being said I guess you're just gonna have to move forward with it I don't know what the laws are in Alabama about diminished value however the entire match it might be more favorable than you think because of ira gore have you ever heard of him ira gore he was an Alabama doctor who bought a BMW back in the days when BMW and Mercedes used to have body shops at the airport so there was damage on the car they would fix it before they shipped it to the dealer back when I was with Mercedes and I bought a one ninety currently mine was never tied down on the boat because they had it in the body shop in Houston for months before I got it although to be fair it was flawless when I got it doctor gore found out that someone had scratch the bumper on his BMW and it was repaired before was shipped to the dealer and he sued I forgot how much you got but you can Google it and I'm pretty sure I think he was an Alabama doctor to so that believe it or not that lawsuit was so intense that literally it changed the rules all damage had to be disclosed and all the major importers use have body shops at the port shutdown well yeah but but by the way folks that used to be really common all the time I would have the Mercedes on order they come in from Germany and yet they be in the port for two or three weeks and the only way that happen is of was in the body shop having something fix mine was there for months I used to make fun of it I said you know the broth cars over here they converted the ships in the cattle carriers to take him back to Europe and I said apparently mine made a round trip to the cattle and well have been trying to knock your cover you know something when you're in the car business things like that actually don't bother you much because you're in the car business I can understand where somebody who's not the car business and the time that that one ninety was twenty six thousand dollars when you go buy a Honda accord for ninety eight hundred but here in the car business you know that happens in the car was flawless when I got it but if I were customer buying the car I can see where that would upset me I sure absolutely in any case you gonna have to get the offer from a man say there's probably going to be a bit of diminished value on it because even you would dock my car if I traded it in after was repaired how much is that let's see if they're still nice after that okay that's what I'll do is I'll smile and be happy and you know how it comes out so many emails telling them to write should I take that to somebody else and to see if they did a good job because I'm not able to tell yeah you will if you're if you're really critical about yeah you will yeah you will okay and I want to know very quickly because again take one last quick break because I messed up the clock earlier I have had in the early days of had a number of people on the shows that I would put my body shop on the show as well great I'll meet you out there will walk through your delivery line and one of them who I really love was Thomas Quintana when Frank par was run Thomas good guy I loved it so we go through the wash with his body shop has made a great they are so let's go to delivery line which are walking on the cars and before I got done with the second one he said never mind true story he said never mind and I said that's one of my body shops on the show and lists of the raid and there are many of those make a second run thanks bye bye we'll be back in a moment on five seventy KLIF amended Cody German injured more it's.
"orange beach" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"And that it that ball is terrible that ball is literally like that is a bath sponge always you know someone says the basketball I wish you guys can see when I threw this fall to make Peter break yeah like six things inside and this is one if you threw it into a TV lights yeah news of somewhere else all right speaking of those loaded phone lines alright so all this says here is all one four is neck bone in Alabama and he wants to talk about moments neck bow was up we hear more about fifteen miles from my house go before them and they have the paying problem house every year will people throw fish entrails other nations judge actual mullet hair cut do not think you guys would be the perfect celebrity place yeah for the most sauce yeah he used to do that where and where is this what is this take place neck bone call for a ban on the Florida Alabama line okay huge bar down here in orange beach Alabama orange beach Alabama yeah okay they have they actually have the women at the city's soccer in orange beach Alabama all that's it's a beautiful place yeah yeah are you a board okay a huge bar in only beach in Alabama and it's a mullet toss and contests so yes I think we need to look into this and I'm like that young they did look into that well it if we so if we go to this bar we say neck bone said would you come down here and judges thing that would get us there right room I know some people that play music of the ball but the owner of the bar maid not exactly on a first name basis just because you called in your names will neck bone neck bone that's a good that's a good that's a that's a fan in the evening that bone or do we not want to know this well if you like ET and fourth grade.
"orange beach" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"We are back on the program, and so glad you're with us. Spencer hall has joined us just in time, Spencer into Aung has has a summer gone pretty good. I had to recharge by retards my third coast, my Alabama. So it was in orange beach. Alabama was like, where can I go that pretty much like the most SEC beach destination possible. And you know the home of the floor Bama lounge was pretty much the best answer I had. So you were you were there, I'm assuming on vacation. Yeah, you know, for the weekend doing counters vacations, I don't think they do. I think that's cheating. So now that you're back. At least in college football is anything going on. I haven't really been paying attention the last two weeks now nothing's going on, especially in the big ten. Can you not laughing. I was on a show earlier and I, in Jim, Delany had a quote, and he's in Peru, which probably a pretty good place to be climbing mountains. And I like Jim very much as the Commissioner, but can you really bring him into this conversation? I mean, what? What does the Commissioner of the big ten really have to do with urban Meyer or the situation at Maryland? Well, the Commissioner, the big ten really has very little to do with it because we live in an Arctic in an anarchic political environment in college football, right. Even the commissioners have what is somewhat limited power over their conference members and hand over their football coaches, football coaches, very greatly in terms of the control sway and political power. They hold on campus. Right. So when you're talking about, well, Jim Delany should do something about the big ten. You know about this, this mess, they've got, Well, I, I would answer your. With another question, what what can he do? Right? We don't exactly know. You know that some schools matter more conferences than others, we know that some commissioners more powerful than others. Right. I would dare say Jim Delaney's probably on the long side of the scale in terms of power, right relative to someone like Larry, Scott, the in the Pac twelve. I think that what can he do? I, I think one his most important job is getting money for the conference, but to PR and you know, there should be way more proactive about this in terms of countering what I think could be justifiably negative perception of the conference. Overall, in terms of I dunno, treatment of student athletes management staff, right? Pick whatever you like. Because victims got the ball right now talking to Spencer hall who has an affinity for college football in the rumor is significant affinity for the university of Florida. I don't know that's ever been revealed before Spencer. So. Having Seth attainable here for you to sit down and eat. What about the Gators this year. Oh, this is the best kind of year. 'cause there's absolutely no expectation. Right. That's especially true. That's the greatest kind of year. Isn't it? Like this is what are your expectations? None. Everything will be surprised even like we're looking forward to new forms of mediocrity, right? Where we're tired of the old form of mediocrity. For instance. I don't know if the defense completely collapsed this year, but the offense managed to pick it up. We'd be excited to score. I don't know more than seventeen points in a big game booth twenties, like the two and the ten digit on the scoreboard at Florida. It's got dust on it. It's rusty. I don't know if the bulbs work, it'd be cool to see if all those little LED's alight up for sport. Dare I say over twenty points thirty. Dare to dream Paul new- mediocrities that's what we're looking forward to and on a series, they're trying to figure out who the quarterback is and where to put people that's year one, right? Get some recruiting onto your belt panicking a little bit about that right now. But I think it's a little too early to do that, especially with Georgia like setup plowing through every single piece of talent in not only. Joe, but in the SEC is a whole of that's going to take some time to turn around. I would just go ahead..
President, Professor and New York Times discussed on News and Perspective with Herb Weisbaum
"The editor's desk taylor van cise among the stories we're following this hour the vodka trump brand winning new foreign trademarks both in china and in the philippines according to the trademark office records in china on sunday they the country granted the first daughters company final approval for its thirteenth trademark in the last three months and the mayor of orange beach on alabama's gulf coast says sub tropical storm alberto is bringing rain and aggravation to his coastal community but at this point no serious problems alberto the first named storm of the season president trump and his legal team launching a new offensive accusing robert muller of possibly setting a perjury trap for the president personal attorney rudy giuliani attacking the legitimacy of the special counsel abc's tara palmeri has more from the white house the president's lawyer rudy giuliani attacking the credibility of the special counsels russia investigation muller probe is legitimate not anymore i don't i did when i came in but now i see high she spy gate the president taking this memorial day weekend to pay tribute to the political aides caught in the crosshairs of the investigation tweeting who's going to give back the young and beautiful lies and others that have been devastated and destroyed by the phony russia collusion which hunt they journey down to washington dc with stars in their eyes and wanting to help our nation they went back home in tatters giuliani pushing the president's spy gate theory repeatedly on the sunday talk shows what do you want to call it spy gate by gave now spy gate wow they're so low evidence to support the claims that the fbi infiltrated the trump campaign with spy to help hillary clinton win the election this coming after a new york times report that the fbi sent a retired american professor tact as an informant on several trump advisors after they were flagged for suspicious conduct with russians.