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"panama city panama beach" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Morning. Yeah. There you go hump day. Travelers weather a service of our friends at travelcenters of America, TA and petro stopping centers. Hold of the world blends coffee, the freshest roast on the road. Well, we've got a little bit of everything in the mix tonight. Again, with Michael the beginning that process outer bands coming ashore. Yeah. Winds will continue to increase the morning midday sometime the patient. The the center of the storm will come ashore still predicting somewhere about Panama City, Panama Beach, Florida. Now, we've had that big dive in the jet stream out west and the bulge into the north over the east which had been bringing well above normal temperatures to the eastern portions of the country thus far this week. Cincinnati we topped out up or eighties. I don't know if we hit eighty seven or not. But that was that was our forecast high and local forecasters were saying as far as the hot summer days yesterday was going to be the end of the line rains will begin to move in later today, and especially later in the afternoon that's going to be along that frontal boundary the same boundary. That's going to be responsible for turning Michael to the east hadn't up to Georgia and the Carolinas pushing it fairly quickly back out over the Atlantic within about forty eight hours time, and that's the line of thunderstorms that extend from Louisiana, the heaviest rain this morning eastern. Arkansas eastern portions of Missouri now moving into the western most reaches of Illinois, rains extending up too much of northern Wisconsin northern Minnesota, you even see some mixed precip and the backside or the wraparound of that disturbance. Has no pretty widespread enough to prompt. Lots of winter weather advisories over parts of north South Dakota. In brassica. And there's a couple of counties as I mentioned last hour there in north north western Nebraska. They're forecasting total six to eight inches of snowfall when it's all said and done, and yes, the rains continue to stream primarily into South Carolina this morning. Seeing some of that rain now reaching over toward the westernmost portions of North Carolina, but you've got some pockets of heavier rain,.
"panama city panama beach" Discussed on The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer
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All all heading right now for the Florida panhandle, Michael is expected to make landfall tomorrow as a category three storm. This is the first major hurricane to strike the region in more than a decade of the strongest storm day at the continental United States this year and a new forecast has just been released by the National Hurricane Center. Congressman Joaquin, casco's. Anybody joins us live this hour. Our correspondents analysts specialists are also standing by first. Let's go straight to c. n. n. meteorologist, Tom Sater he's tracking the storm for us, Tom new forecast just coming into the c. n. n. weather center. What does it say. Just moments ago with the National Hurricane Center is lifted now the status of the storm to a category three and it's a mid level category. Three, we're only ten miles per hour away from a category, four status, and we do have that time and space still available. But let's not concentrate on that. This is going to really impact northern Florida Georgia through the Carolinas with more force than we had with Florence completely different storms. Florence was all about water, the surge in the rainfall. But right now we've seen twice in the last twenty four hours some rapid intensification yesterday, forty mile per hour. Sustained winds up to one eight up to eighty five last night. Now we're at one hundred twenty and we've got gusts up to one hundred fifty miles per hour where two hundred ninety five miles south of Panama City. The National Hurricane Center picks and chooses their wording very carefully wolf yesterday they talked about life threatening inundation, and this is going to happen also. So today they used the word historic. Again, they pick and choose these awards very carefully. Here's why we have had since nineteen fifty only three major hurricanes make landfall in the panhandle of Florida. You've got to go back to hundred seventy five. It was Louise twenty years later in ninety five. It was OPEL ten years later two thousand five Dennis, but all three of those were west of Panama City. So this will be historic still has its eyes on Panama City and the surge to the east. So this is why this life threatening situation is going to be upon us, and it still looks like landfall will be sometime mid afternoon. Let's say three, five, maybe even six PM. But the warnings lift will into southern parts of Georgia. The tropical storm force warnings of those go into actually South Carolina. But again, the surge from Panama City to Appalachia coal could be as high as nine feet. We've got eight to twelve feet over toward the Swanee river. This is the time. Of year where the tides are the highest, they're called the king tides, and they keep that of course in their thinking when they put out these warnings here is now the official track has not changed much. We still have Michael moving due north at twelve miles per hour. That wolf remains the same. And it still looks like our impact area will be pretty much at Panama City, Panama beach that includes Destin fort Walton beach, but really to the east. Now where that storm surge on that deadly, right and quadrant here on that eastern edge will flood the Big Ben area. Now around the Appalachia cola area, it's a nature coast, which is good news that could take a little bit of the brunt of this because there's not much in the way of population there, but the heavy rains and these winds will stay intact. Well, inland could knock out power over a million people and it stays pretty strong as we go through the Carolina. So again, we'll lose some strength, but the core of these wins wolf are going to be strong enough to knock out a lot of trees from Panama. Ah, city Tallahassee up into southern Georgia and the streak of that rainfall will continue through the Carolinas the last place they need. It wasn't a judge just a day or so ago tropical storm than a category. One category two. Now it's a category three. And as you say, it's a totally possible given the warm waters of the Gulf that could wind up even a category for all the right now. That doesn't look to be the case, did all this creep up on the experts very quickly because of a little worried that folks didn't have enough advance warning to get out of town. Well, last Thursday, wolf. We noticed this cluster storms and a u. Catan. It had only a twenty percent chance of developing. So the meteorological world was watching it, but really when it started to take an organization, then of course, everybody finds out about it. It's not like an Atlantic storm where we have a week's notice. So preparations have to be done today or even by tomorrow morning, but evacuations are taking place even as we speak. I hope people heed those evacuation orders are meteorologist, Tom, Sater. Thank you. We'll get back to you soon. I want to go. Oh quickly to our own Brian. Todd, he's joining us from Destin Florida. That's a community that's especially vulnerable right now to this coming monster storm. What are you seeing there now? What do you anticipate Brian. Well, wolf. I just heard you and Tom talking about how fast this storm formed and how fast it's moving. That is really worrisome to people here. I'm standing in between two critical pieces of infrastructure right now. This is Noriega point. It's a massive berm that was built many, many years ago just to protect from four from hurricanes coming inland and hitting destined beach that's about to be put to the test. Also, you've got over here. This is a key evacuation route. This is the Destin bridge going west out of destined. This is route ninety eight. I've talked to officials here who've said that they've told everybody on the south side of this bridge of this highway, which means everybody over here in the low lying areas they've told everyone there to get out. But right now we'll it's getting to be pretty much too late because the first of the storm are just a few hours away. That's the other thing. But tonight, after brushing past Cuba with heavy rains and strong winds, a strengthening hurricane, Michael is now plowing toward Florida. The panhandle is bracing for impact. Perking is a massive storm. It could bring total devastation departs of our state water along coastal inlets and roadways is already rising. Last minute preparations sandbagging doorways boarding up buildings, clearing the beaches, gassing up carts and buying up supplies. We opened at six, six fifteen. We sold out of every generally. We had this couple even moved up their wedding by day, not waiting until tomorrow to tie the knot we wanted to Tuesday nights and set, and then we bumped it up to this morning within twenty million people are under a hurricane or tropical storm watch or warning across five states of forties, declaring coastal evacuations, preparing shelters and asking residents in harm's way to get ready. You got to take care of yourself three days of food, three days of water have your medicine? No, your vacuum. Nation route, you know, make sure you have fuel in the end. The gas tanks on the mid bay bridge leaving the Gulf Coast at destined. Outbound traffic is slow, but steady destin's mayor says, his biggest concern is storm surge. What's the biggest mistake people make the biggest mistake is is what the police department of fire department has most people going out during the storm. You know, they want to be sightseers that curiosity makes people make bad decisions.
"panama city panama beach" Discussed on True Crime Garage
"Not a huge population but you and i went to panama city panama beach together for for spring break one time but but what i mean is its population wise in the tourism there is a similar situation to when you and i went there if felt like there was like over one hundred thousand people there and not that many people live there but for that week it was crawling with people well that's what makes this so dangerous because if you only have a population of thirty thousand and this small community and then you have an influx of let's say just even seventy thousand huge trolley even more so now what kind of riffraff is coming you don't know and but to play devil's advocate i actually had a really good friend of mine that went on a spring break trip with one of his really good buddies and they got an argument and the dude left him there like the duguit home got in his car and took off we we guy was left there with no transfer like the transportation he arrived in was no longer available when it came time to go home right and we're talking like best friends so it is possible yeah not no mon hurt home feelings but i think but i think i i really think it was you know especially anybody that's younger like it happens with guys that happens with groups of girls where you start kind of picking on somebody i could see that maybe they would pick on her 'cause she's younger and she felt alienated so she was like hey i'm just going to spend a little time by myself maybe these girls will come around and then on the flip side of that it almost makes you wonder why did these girls want her on the trip to begin with right i mean we sit here speculating how much britney was close with these people what why why do they just want some younger tag along yeah but is it possible that they just set you own passing hey yeah come come with us and then it stuck and then they're like oh shit she's with us and i think i think to add to maybe the level of the situation to help everybody understand the level of the possibility of the situation of not getting along with the other girl girls or not the group not gelling is dawn drexel brittany's mother who said that britney did not walk places period like even in our hometown she did not walk anywhere that on would have to drive her everywhere that she went even to for short trips like to her friend's house who just live down the street so all of this walking from place to place a loan that we're starting to see at the you know friday evening friday night is completely out of character for britain any of those towns like myrtle beach or like panama there's a strip everybody kinda hangs out on this trip whether they're driving or walking that's kind of a party in itself you got the party on the beach party in the hotel rooms but you got party on the strip so i don't know so she's walking alone on this friday evening walking what is it i think he said wonky yeah walking she's walking alone on the friday meeting and she's getting harassed and can't called by some guys along the route that she's making her way apparently this made her feel uncomfortable enough that she asked a quote unquote nice looking young man to walk with her this is according to him this is a story that we will hear from him later now we know that she and this guy who was also on spring break visiting from a from the midwest spent some time together in one of their hotel rooms he took a cell phone video of her in which she can be seen sitting on the bed wearing a yellow shirt she's on her phone talking and smiling now the video is time stamped ten thirty six pm on april twenty four two thousand and nine the young man who took the video brought it it to law enforcement once he discovered that britney had gone missing its existence was not disclosed publicly until about a year later but the guy has apparently been cleared by police of any involvement and what could have happened to brittany good good for him for coming forward and sharing this information with the law enforcement on saturday april twenty fifth we know from the police report that britney met peter and his four friends on the.