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"phil beach" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"phil beach" Discussed on KOMO

"What three states we're one of them. Yeah. Okay. Great. Yes. My friend. Chris wasn't alone. One hundred seventy miles to the north in new Bern, North Carolina, j Schreiber and his wife nestled into their second storey condo near the beach. Intent on staying in spite of the dire warnings issued by government officials. Refrigerator and canned good. And batteries for the Schreiber's. It turned out to be a fateful choice. Hurricane Florence made landfall at rights Phil beach and hit the brakes slowing to a crawl what the storm lacked in strength it more than made up for in sheer duration and rainfall. Those who decided to stay in braved the storm like the Schreiber's in Newburgh the nightmare really began. Belkin torn never seen in the Carolinas. Florence hung around is if someone they're owed her money and all the while says new Bern alter woman Jamatia Harris it rained. They're trying to rescue the two hundred people aren't stuff on there. People that have been on their roof for hours into the night dark. They have their kids. The county executive facing the horror of having to decide who gets rescued I in flooding that left hundreds of people stranded on rooftops. We prioritize does most endanger who were actually actively in swift moving water as the rain continued to fall, North Carolina. Transportation secretary Jim Trotter made the alarming announcement that Wilmington the entire town had become isolated off from the rest of the world. US seventy.

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"phil beach" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:10 min | 2 years ago

"phil beach" Discussed on KOMO

"What three states, we're one of them yoga great. Yes. My friend. Chris wasn't alone. One hundred seventy miles to the north in new Bern. North Carolina j Schreiber and his wife nestled into their second storey condo near the beach. Intent on staying in spite of the dire warnings issued by government officials. Refrigerator? And we also have. Gambled and batteries for the Schreiber's. It turned out to be a fateful choice. Hurricane Florence made landfall at rights Phil beach and hit the brakes slowing to a crawl what the storm lacked in strength it more than made up for in sheer duration and rainfall. For those who decided to stay and brave. The storm like the Schreiber's in Newburgh the nightmare really began. Belkin towards never seen in the Carolinas. Florence hung around is if someone their owed her money and all the while says new Bern Alder woman Jamatia Harris rain, they're trying to rescue two hundred people that are stuff on there. We have people that have been on their roof for our into the night in the dark. There is the Oslo county executive facing the horror of having to decide who gets rescued I and flooding that left hundreds of people stranded, many of the talks. We prioritize does most endanger who were actually actively in swift moving water as the rain continued to fall, North Carolina. Transportation secretary Jim Trotter made the alarming announcement that Wilmington the entire town had become isolated off from the rest of the world. Seventy four going east between on ninety five in Wilmington now has flooded. So that that limits us to no reliable ground options. Into woman this time tornadoes began to ravage eastern, North Carolina. This is ABC TV station. W W A Y. Okay. Guys. We we're gonna have to stop coverage right now because you have got to get to our safe zone right now. So please take shelter, and we'll get back to you. As soon as we can staff returned a little while. Later, and as reporters to went back to reporting I'd like to tell you that was the end of the story. But it wasn't you see those torrential rains continue to fall for days and that led to historic flooding in North Carolina and south. It was a disaster in slow motion hurricane Florence killed fifty three people floodwaters plagued the Carolinas for weeks causing billions of dollars worth of damage and even after the waters receded. It wasn't over governor ROY Cooper on October eleventh North Carolina is staring down. Another powerful hurricane less than a month after hurricane Florence battered, our state for North Carolina, Michael isn't as bad as Florida, but it adds unwelcomed insult to injury. But that's the story of another storm. Pete combs, ABC news, folks in California, experienced.

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"phil beach" Discussed on The Big 98

The Big 98

03:01 min | 2 years ago

"phil beach" Discussed on The Big 98

"Weekend with us tuned into Tennessee matters. I'm Robert want this week. We're spending a lot of time talking about hurricane Florence and the pass of the havoc that it left after it's gone for the most part at least in this part of the country, but the effects of hurricane Florence or still probably gonna be dealing with it in different parts of the south and really all over the east for quite some time. And to talk about that in greater detail is from the Weather Channel race day. Jake who joins us Ray. Good morning to you. How are you? I'm doing well, Robert, how are you? I'm okay, did I over state or over dramatize the conditions that hurricane Florence has left in its wake. No, I don't think. So at all, I certainly feel that will continue to see what's leftover from Florence AK, basically standing water and flooding for probably a few more days. It's really tough to determine. How quickly these waters will recede a flood water and also some of the rivers that have crested, but I think fairly accurate description of what's become we, of course, saw the worst of it last weekend is when of course, it made landfall hitting the eastern seaboard hitting the Carolinas will that's when it was. It was still a hurricane at that point. Of course, it was downgraded to a tropical storm can you walk us through just not only just the differences between a hurricane and the tropical storm. But also the uniqueness of how maybe that was sort of a misleading a declassification. Yeah. First landfall. I think it was Friday morning at seven fifteen around, right? Phil beach adds a category one storm. So what start there with the category and the category? One would Winston ninety miles per hour landfall, downgraded as it moved closer to the coast from at one point four three and originally a couple of days before landfall forecast to come on shore is a cat three and possibly. There was an outside chance. It could have came on shore a cat four. So let's put that discussion aside about what it came on as and then discuss well, what's the difference? Well, really? Focused on cat, three cat for. We should have focused on what we did here. Too Weather Channel is that's focused on what the impacts would be still ninety mile per hour. Storm coming on shore was going to produce heavy and potentially some record breaking rainfall. And that's exactly what it did. And that probably still would have happened as a cat three or even a cat for. We just saw probably more wind damage so really trying to get the focus off of. Well, it was only one because certainly we saw with only account one can do. And that was a slow forward movement at one point down to two miles per hour on a west northwesterly trajectory through last weekend. That was another factor that factored into the heavy rainfall thirty five point nine three inches of rain and elizabethtown North Carolina smashing the old.

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"phil beach" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"phil beach" Discussed on WLAC

"Waters. I'm Pam PU sale Fox News across much of the Carolinas. Rain is still falling rivers are still rising and residents are still being rescued that has officials warning people to stay inside the waters can be charged from from electric lies to me down there. Sometimes when people walk on streets that are flooded. The manhole covers could be missing the road may not even be there could have been washed out FEMA administrator Brock long on Fox News Sunday. Fox's Jonathan serrie is in rights, Phil beach, still getting pelted by rain and wind New Hanover counter, which include county, which includes rights sill beach and Wilmington has hundreds of rows that are closed due to storm related issues and public schools remained closed all this week because of everything going on the few stores that are open have long lines of people waiting to restock food and supplies some people taking matters into their own hands. There are reports of looting police responding to those reports and investigating one. Incident caught on social media. Florence is being blamed for at least thirteen deaths the typhoon now battering southern China has claimed to live there, sixty four others in the Philippines. The supreme court nomination of Brett Cavanaugh could move forward this week. The Senate Judiciary committee is expected to vote Thursday despite calls from Democrats to delay it they want to wait because of an anonymous letter accusing Cavanaugh of sexual misconduct. That letter was produced last week by Senate democrat Dianne Feinstein Senator Feinstein's had the letter since John for three months. She said nothing nothing zero NADA, zilch. Senate Republican John Kennedy of Louisiana on Fox News Sunday in today's L A time, Senator Feinstein outlines why she is voting no to Kavanagh's nomination citing quote, his tendency to give misleading and false statements and his lack of transparency,.

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Looters raid Family Dollar and Dollar General in Wilmington

Purity Products

00:40 sec | 2 years ago

Looters raid Family Dollar and Dollar General in Wilmington

"Wilmington police have set up a special patrol the protect homes and businesses after several incidents of looting. Police say dozens of people broke into a Family Dollar store and stole numerous items. The crime was captured on social media and police are in the process of identifying suspects. They also say that they arrested five people in connect. With a separate looting incident at a Dollar General store Florence has picked up a little speed as the storm continues its March inland. We're going to see it make this kind of a north westerly turn here over the next couple of hours by tomorrow morning where way up in across parts of the central Appalachians and then pulls up towards the

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"phil beach" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

06:46 min | 2 years ago

"phil beach" Discussed on WJR 760

"Six ninety redeye or Gary McNamara and Eric Harley here is meteorologist Tom HALE. And we are here along with meteorologist Steve Lenore. And we are keeping an eye on this rain. This rain is tremendous. And it wasn't a good thing. Well, there's two ways to look at it. It was rocketing. Florence is a hurricane was rocketing. Seventeen miles an hour across the Atlantic aimed pretty much dead on for for rights, Phil beach, which is where it ended up going. But at the same time. Then slowed down, and as it did it spread out the Winfield got bigger and along with it, the rain bands intensified, and we still have very strong feeder bands that are coming in primarily from Wilmington back north up to just underneath Raleigh. And they're going to be seeing anywhere up to twelve to eighteen inches. Additional rain in these areas than Steve right right now, you've been watching the rivers, and and the numbers rain coming in fact on the spiral bands their narrow maybe fifteen twenty mile wide of the strings of thunderstorms. If you will and one of these is an inch and a half of rain last hour in Jacksonville, North Carolina. And that's just pretty bad news because they've already had twenty inches in Jacksonville, which is about fifteen miles inland as north east of Wilmington and west of morehead city. So so beautiful town about seventy thousand people live. They're having a lot of flooded homes. Sounds like with that. In fact, I wanted to give you another of river up there. Yeah. This is from the army Corp engineers and the national weather service who work together on the hydrology, which is the forecasting of waterways. The little river at Manchester, which is near Fort Bragg, big military installation. There is forecast to be at thirty five point four feet on Monday. That's six and a half feet above the old record. So okay. And so that means that if you know where the river is in the height of the river, we're talking about coming out of its banks from Bank full up six additional fee actually more than that. If I may. Yeah. Because I didn't tell you that I need to give me more information. So you can understand that the flood stage on that river is much lower. The flood stage is eighteen feet. The previous record was eleven feet over flood stage. Now, we're gonna go with seventeen feet over flood stage, which is going to spread out a lot. Okay. Flood stages is at the obviously folks this is this is the riverbank. Bank level where it starts to trickle out to the side, and so forth, and and come out of its banks. That's what we call when we looked at. It we go that's a swollen river. Yeah. That's right at minimal flood, there'd be a minor flood right at flood stage. So this this river that we're talking near Fort Bragg and the river name again is so little river in Manchester, North Carolina pun intended. Oh, man. Yeah. The irony there. Yeah. It isn't a pun intended. The not so little river right now. Yeah. And Manchester little river in Manchester near Fort Bragg. So if you are in that particular area, don't go down to check out the river right now. When a listen to this, okay? Seventeen feet above. Let's that's the forecast can get this stuff off the internet, and you can go there and get it to from the advanced hydrologic prediction service. That's a mouthful to say. But right now that river is not at flood stage she at twelve feet. So it's forecast to rise twenty three feet between now and it's crest on Monday, which is two and a half days. Is that's an unbelievable amount of increase twenty three feet in depth. And who knows how wide that'll get. You have to study each waterway to know that is Brian behalf allied. Why could be more than because the the the terrain in that particular area is relatively flat? It's not high. It's it's before you get into the hills and you're heading toward Tennessee. And that doesn't include any any. Well, obviously that calculation does include additional drainage into that water base. Right. But those things and United this from a tropical depression Bob came into our neighborhoods. Back in in two thousand fifteen those forecasts can change real fast. If you get a few extra rain bands in there that weren't anticipated. And I've seen those things go up or down a number of feet in just one day. So it's an imperfect science, but with this much rain and the rain it was already taking place before Lawrence showed off as far as a record wet summer for much of eastern, North Carolina. If anything this this might be looking -servative, but it's gotta be a terrible flood. Well, it's gonna head out toward Columbia, and and then South Carolina. And then it's going to start to finally make its left turn and head off to the north and the east if that left turn is a sharper left, turn it's going to take much closer through Raleigh. And also along those hills hair, and there'd be more drainage down into that. So that's exactly what you're talking about that we could add a little more rain band this and these numbers become even higher. But what we're saying here is that we're looking at almost a twelve foot rise above the. Flood stage actually seventeen feet. Okay. But but over the next two days to twelve feet now via thirty five feet by Monday. According to forecast things are set in stone. So that's an amazing rise of twenty three feet. And while we're talking about that real quick, if you're listening from Raleigh, your one hundred sixty miles from the center of Florence no longer has an I it's a tropical storm now, but your hundred sixty miles away, and you have gotten some really heavy rain in the last several hours you've gotten over three inches of rain. There have been some flash flood warnings as far north as Raleigh North Carolina. So this thing is really affecting a huge area of real estate, Tom. And by the way, if you are anywhere within that real estate, or maybe you've left and you're waiting to come back. We want to hear from you. Okay. Give us a call at one eight hundred ninety redeye that's one eight hundred ninety redeye and in fact, Karen McGuiness, a known meteorologist that we know. And she is talking. About the rain, and the we're still very concerned about and that's down in Florence. And here's Karen McGuiness still excessive rainfall outlook. Meaning there is the potential for more flooding, how can there be more the ground is saturated those trees are going to come down the ground is can't hold those roots anymore. The rivers can't hold the water anymore. They'll be spilling out for days and days to come. So this is a long haul event. All right. We're talking and tornadoes. She ends it with tornadoes, even though we've been talking about flooding..

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"phil beach" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

06:47 min | 2 years ago

"phil beach" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Nine eight six six ninety redeye four Gary McNamara and Eric Harley here is meteorologist Tom Hales. And we are here along with meteorologist Steve Lenore. And we are keeping an eye on this rain. This rain is tremendous. And and it wasn't a good thing. Well, there's two ways to look at it. It was rocketing. Florence is a hurricane was rocketing. Seventeen miles an hour across the Atlantic aimed pretty much dead on for for rights, Phil beach, which is where it ended up going. But at the same time. Then slowed down, and as it did it spread out the Winfield got bigger and along with it, the rain bands intensified, and we still have very strong feeder bands that are coming in primarily from Wilmington back north up to just underneath Raleigh. And they're going to be seeing anywhere up to twelve to eighteen inches. Additional rain in these areas in Steve right now you've been watching the rivers and the numbers rain coming. In fact, any spiral bands, the narrow maybe fifteen twenty mile wide of the strings thunderstorms. If you will and one of these dumping, an inch and a half of rain the last hour in Jacksonville, North Carolina. And that's just pretty bad news because they've already had twenty inches in Jacksonville, which is about fifteen miles inland as north east of Wilmington and west of morehead city. So so beautiful town about seventy thousand people live there to be having a lot of flooded homes. Sounds like with that. In fact, I wanted to give you another river update. Yeah. This is something army Corp engineers and the national weather service who worked together on the hydrology, which is the forecasting of waterways the little river at Manchester, which is near Fort Bragg, big military installation. There is forecast to be at thirty five point four feet on Monday. That's six and a half feet above the old record. So okay. And so that means that if you know where the river is and the height of the river, we're talking about coming out of its banks from Bank full up six feet actually more than that. If I may because I didn't tell you that I need to give you more information. So you can understand that the flood stage on that river is much lower. The flood stage is eighteen feet. Oh, the previous record was eleven feet over flood stage. Now, we're gonna go with seventeen feet over flood stage, which is going to spread out a lot. Okay. Flood stages is at the obvious, folks. This is this is the river. Bank level where it starts to trickle out to the side, and so forth and come out of its banks. That's what we call when we look at. It we go that's a swollen river. Yeah. That's right at a minimal flood that'd be a minor flood right lead stage when so this this river that we're talking here Fort Bragg and the river name again is little river in Manchester, North Carolina pun intended. Oh, man. Yeah. The irony there. Yeah. It isn't a pun intended river right now and Manchester little river in Manchester near Fort Bragg. So if you are in that particular area, don't go down to check out the river right now. Listen to this. Okay. Seventeen feet above flood. That's the forecast. Okay. I can get this stuff off the internet, and you can go there and get it to from the advanced hydrologic prediction service mouthful to say. But right now that river is not at flood stage. She said twelve feet so as forecast to rise twenty three feet between now and it's crest on Monday, which is two and a half days. That's an unbelievable amount of increased twenty three feet in depth. And who knows how lied that'll get? You know, you have to study each waterway to know that is going to be half mile wide. Why could be more than because see the the terrain in that particular area is relatively flat. It's not high. It's it's before you get into the hills and you're heading toward Tennessee. And that doesn't include any any. Well, obviously that calculation doesn't include additional drainage into that water base. Right. But those things and you know, this from a tropical depression Bob came into our neighborhoods. Back in in two thousand fifteen those forecasts can change real fast. If you get an extra rain bands in there that weren't anticipated. And I've seen those things go up or down a number of feet in just one day. So it's an imperfect science, but with this much rain and the rain it was already taking place before Florence showed up as far as a record wet summer for much of eastern, North Carolina. If anything this this might be a little conservative, but it's gonna be a terrible flood. Well, it's it's going to head out toward Columbia, and and then South Carolina. And then it's going to start to finally make its left turn and head off to the north and east if that left turn is a sharper left turn it's going to take it much closer through Raleigh. And also along those hills hair, and there'd be more drainage down into that. So that's exactly what you're talking about that we could add a little more rain band this and these numbers become even higher. But what we're saying here is that we're looking at almost a twelve foot rise above the flood stage actually seventeen feet. Okay. But but over the next two days to twelve feet now it's thirty-five feet by Monday. According to forecast stone. So that's an amazing rise of twenty three feet. And while we're talking about that real quick if you're listening from Raleigh one hundred and sixty miles from the center of Florence no longer has an I it's a tropical storm now one hundred and sixty miles. Away, and you have gotten some really heavy rain in the last several hours you've gotten over three inches of rain. There've been some flash flood warnings as far north as Raleigh North Carolina. So this thing is really affecting a huge area of real estate, Tom. And by the way, if you are anywhere within that real estate, or maybe you've left and you're waiting to come back. We want to hear from you. Okay. Give us a call at one eight hundred ninety redeye that's one eight hundred ninety redeye and and in fact, Karen McGuiness, a known meteorologist that we know and she is talking about the rain, and we're still very concerned about and that's down in Florence. And here's Karen McGuiness still an excessive rainfall outlook leaning there is the potential for more flooding, how can it be more the ground is saturated those trees are going to come down the ground is can't hold those roots anymore. The rivers can't hold the water any. They'll be spilling out for days and days to come. So this is a long haul event. All right. We're talking and tornadoes. She ends it with tornadoes, even though we've been talking about flooding..

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"phil beach" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"phil beach" Discussed on KTOK

"Com. All right. Twenty five till the top of the hour. We've been watching now the hurricane hurricane Florence hit. The coast Wilmington, North Carolina. And it seems to be taking the track that we said, but it doesn't seem to be as damaging as we once thought we have six hundred thousand plus people without power ten to fifteen foot storm surges. We do have Cajun navy rescuers there they've been involved in helping some people that have gotten in trouble. We have seen some neighborhoods that are flooded. But it doesn't look as bad as we thought. It would look at least from my perspective. But we still have a lot of time left to go. We have are the official meteorologist of the Sean Hannity show. That's job is starting whether bell dot com. I'm looking at it. Now, it just doesn't seem to be knocking down any houses or flooding to any extreme that would concern me. Like what we thought was going to happen. Well, the only thing you're seeing is the pictures in those areas that being seen furnaces after Katrina three o'clock in the afternoon. So reporter standing on bourbon street saying well, we dodged a bullet over here. And you don't really know what's going on and ninety nine point nine percent of the area that people aren't taking pictures, for instance, the pier Atlantic beach, which has been there for years and years was demolished. All right Wilmington has had a wind gusts to one hundred and five miles an hour, which is their second highest on record and Wilmington. Of course, records go back there. One hundred years with all these great hurricanes that have gone through that area. Donna and Hazel, and you go and Fran and Floyd. So when I when I look at something like this, I wait until it's all over like, I remember coming Alica said coming home for Katrina. It'd be working about thirty six hours straight walked in the house and just as well, they're saying it's not that bad. My wife said to me because they were reporting from one place, so we have to see what's going on. And let's keep in mind. We're still getting wind gusts Harkin force out of the southeast at rights, Phil beach, and all the way up the coast. These folks in new Bern where the water is coming down the river, and the sound is coming up, and they're very very bad shape. It's just spreading into the grand strand. Now, the strong. Wins by the way in the Myrtle Beach area will be tomorrow afternoon..

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"phil beach" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"phil beach" Discussed on KTRH

"Till the top of the hour. We've been watching now the hurricane hurricane Florence hit. The coast Wilmington North Carolina, and it seems to be taking the track that we said, but it doesn't seem to be as damaging as we once thought we have six hundred thousand plus people without power ten to fifteen foot storm surges. We do have Cajun navy rescuers there they've been involved in helping some people that have gotten into trouble. We have seen some neighborhoods that are flooded. But it doesn't look as bad as we thought. It would look at least from my perspective. But we still have a lot of time left to go. We have are the official meteorologist of the Sean Hannity show. That's job is starting whether bell dot com. I'm looking at it. Now, it just doesn't seem to be knocking down any houses or flooding to any extreme that would concern me. Like what we thought was going to happen. Well, the only thing you're seeing the pictures in those areas that being seen furnaces after Katrina three o'clock in the afternoon. So reporter standing on bourbon street saying well, we dodged a bullet over here. And you don't really know what's going on and ninety nine point nine percent of the area that people aren't taking pictures, for instance, the appear beach, which has been there for years and years was demolished. All right Wilmington has had a wind gusts to one hundred and five miles an hour, which is your second highest on record and Wilmington. Of course, the records. Go back a hundred years with all these great hurricanes that have gone through that area. Donna and Hazel, and you go and Fran and Floyd. So when I when I look at something like this, I wait until it's all over like, I remember coming Alica said coming home for Katrina. It'd been working about thirty six hours straight and walked in the house and just as well, they're saying it's not that bad. My wife said to me because they were reporting from one place, so we have to see what's going on. And let's keep in mind. We're still getting wind gusts to a hearkens force out of the southeast at rights, Phil beach, and all the way up the coast. These folks in new Bern where the water is coming down the river, and the sound is coming up, and they're very very bad shape. It's just spreading into the grand strand. Now, the strong. Wins by the way in the Myrtle Beach area will be tomorrow afternoon. And that's when they could get.

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Cynthia Nixon Loses Democratic Primary for New York Governor

Morning Edition

00:56 sec | 2 years ago

Cynthia Nixon Loses Democratic Primary for New York Governor

"NPR news and the New York conversation. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Dave Mattingly. Water rescues are ongoing this morning and parts of North Carolina where hurricane Florence has come ashore it made landfall near rights Phil beach, not far from Wilmington as a category. One storm in new Bern north of Wilmington more than one hundred people have been rescued from their homes. Some from rooftops because of heavy rains and storm. Search gene Hodges is the assistant manager of craven county had a mandatory evacuation was it. If you do decide to stay. We can't promise you that. We will be able to respond to you. So we tried to make that abundantly clear. We're trying to best to to help as many people as we can more than one and a half million people were told to evacuate ahead of Florence in the Carolinas and Virginia

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"phil beach" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"phil beach" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Joining us from the news ninety six point five WDBO, Washington DC bureau and Dori has been on hurricane Florence duty. All night. I have it's been a long night. I stations in North Carolina in Charlotte. Got crews all over the place in north and South Carolina weathering this storm and trying to don't keep our viewers and listeners up to date on its progress along the coast while you've done a tremendous job. And I see that the president is tweeting this morning, but he's mostly re tweeting some of the official government feeds this morning like from FEMA. He's tweeting some stuff from are- tweeting. I should say some of the official tweets from North Carolina. This morning. Probably too soon to know whether or not the president is going to tour some of the devastation there. Yeah. No, we we don't know any of those those kinds of details yet, I think it'll probably be into next week before there's any sort of trip or schedule announcement like that, but we do know the president embraced regularly by his time that officials in his administration, not only FEMA, but the HI in all the government agencies that are involved in the response effort to the storm the National Hurricane Center. Even though we've pretty much seen this now for the last hour or so, but the National Hurricane Center just declared that Florence has made landfall near rights, Phil beach, North Carolina as a cat one with a winds estimated at ninety miles an hour. So that just happened. I was Joe I was just there like three weeks ago. I took a nice Friday off. Yeah. And went to visit there, and it's it's really crazy to see the places. I was just at this month on the news now, very different circumstance. Glad you went. When you did. I'm told the beach really isn't isn't there? Now, they're gonna have a lot of beach erosion and sand problems there. Hang on Dory's. Stay with us here. Laura. What do we have? What's the story here for Melbourne one part?.

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"phil beach" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"phil beach" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Disturbed whether that's out in the Gulf of Mexico as a potential to turn into some kind of a tropical low and that is going to increase our potential for heavy rainfall Friday into the start of the weekend flash. Flood watch Friday morning through Saturday evening, showers and thunderstorms likely overnight, lows down to Seventy-three widespread storms possible Friday afternoon could be a one to two inch rain locally higher amounts Fridays high in the low eighties. I'm meteorologist Mark sibito. From the Weather Channel on San Antonio's official weather station. Newsradio twelve hundred w away. I. Some of the stories that we're following on NewsRadio twelve hundred. Hurricane Florence downgraded to a category. One storm but still packing a punch. Fox's Rick Leventhal is on the scene and rights, Phil beach, North Carolina with the latest. We had a couple of major transformers blow. We saw big flashes a light. And then the street lights went out. We could see the the rain and the wind in the trees blowing in the in the lights and now the lights are gone. They had done pretty well. But things took a turn for the south. And we're feeling the winds gusts in and the rain's coming down in sheets, and we're told to expect at least forty eight hours worth the town itself was evacuated and it seemed as if the vast majority of the residents and the visitors who were here up until yesterday did in fact, he the warnings and get out even though the storm has been downgraded as authorities to warn of dangerous rains winds and storm surges. Meanwhile, forecasters say that a cluster of thunderstorms in the Gulf of Mexico is still on a path to south Texas with a fifty percent chance of becoming a truck. Depression, by this evening. This is known as invest ninety five L should move onto the south Texas coast tonight and start to break up the main effect in south west Texas will be increased rain chances heavy surf and high tides two to six inches of rain is expected for south east Texas through Saturday with the heaviest rainfall falling south of Matagorda bay..

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"phil beach" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"phil beach" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Peters. Hurricane Florence is now affecting the Carolinas and writes, Ville beach, North Carolina police chief Daniel house says anyone who decides to ride out the storm needs to understand they're on their own until the dangerous, Pat once the winds get up to about fifty miles per hour. That's when we start pulling folks to at least shelter down until the store Glover. But they will be readily available to move out with soon as the storm subsides house was asked if there was any place in rights, Phil beach that was safe. They sun the amount of water the search that's gonna come in. I mean, the higher the better at that point. But there's really gonna be nowhere for anybody to go. So we are going to be very very very limited in responding. So again, if you're on the beach, the time to go is that the White House is accusing Democrats have an eleventh-hour attempt to delay. Brett Kavanagh's supreme court nomination more from correspondent, Greg Clugston. Democratic Senator Dianne Feinstein has notified federal investigators about information she received concerning Cavanaugh, she won't describe the information any way, or who gave it to her White House officials are questioning the timing of Feinstein's move, a spokespersons says Cavanaugh had dozens of meetings with senators and addressed over two thousand questions in a public setting. Greg Clugston, the White House. Congressman Gerald Connolly Virginia says if Democrats win back the house, they will investigate what he calls the failure of FEMA and the response of the administration after hurricane Maria, Puerto Rico Connolly says Democrats would have subpoena power to compel testimony. If necessary Connolly is a senior member of the house oversight and government. Reform committee on Wall Street, the Dow by one hundred forty seven points to close at twenty six thousand one forty six the NASDAQ rose fifty eight the S P advance fifteen. Crude oil dropped dramatically today by a dollar seventy eight it closed at sixty eight dollars fifty nine cents a barrel. More on these stories at townhall dot com. The following is.

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"phil beach" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"phil beach" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Audio. That's early the crickets are still out. Yeah. Quiet place. Hey, Dallas check in with W OR's meteorologist Ray Stagich to find out the latest on hurricane Florence good morning. Good morning guys. Hello. Hello. What's the latest on hurricane Florence? Well. I kind of wanted to do what you want to know does anything to know. Exactly when it's going ahead. And what you did. Well, I do. Well, of course, don't you wanna know where it's going to hit him win. So here's the first thing. I want to say do not be deceived by what I'm gonna call a lie. Okay. All right. The why being that? Now there were from cat to cat too that there may be less impact than maybe not as much damage. All right. We're still winding down from a category. Four storm, and none of the search forecasts on Carolina's coast have changed. So the highest water rise around rights, Phil beach and Wilmington nine to thirteen feet yesterday with a cat for that forecast is still for nine to thirteen foot. Storm surge a lot of that is incorporated because of the slowing forward speed. So you're gonna have a continuous push water up against the coast. Meanwhile, heavy rain is still forecast to be thirty plus inches in some spots. So those two. Things really have not changed. Although the wind speeds have come down. You're gonna have a constant hurricane force wind continuing to push in on some of these structures and pushing in on the mainland as we go through later tomorrow or later tonight into tomorrow morning and for a prolonged period of time as a storm does slow down and move slowly along the North Carolina coast to then possibly scraping the South Carolina coast, either just inland or just out over the open waters Alantic ocean. So let's not think that we went from a cat Fourtou cat too that there is going to be less significant damage we are still going to have quite an event with Florence over the next few days, maybe even lasting into the upcoming weekend. As a matter of fact, that'd be likely as then we'll shift toward the inland. Flood threat. All right, w OR's meteorologist Ray Stagich. Thanks ray. X Ray Tamar. See that's the thing because you think that's gone down to a category two. So it's not going to be that serious. But it's the the flooding and the rain that is going to cause the problems for you. I think so well social spread out. This is going to hang there for a long long time. And we know Charleston you're in Charleston Joe, and they had just a rainstorm that the city was flooded floodgates for thunderstorm. Wow. Wow..

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"phil beach" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"phil beach" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Lawrence losers a little strength. I'm Jack Callaghan. Fox news. The storm downgraded to a category. Two hurricane winds at one hundred ten miles an hour less fierce, but still dangerous. It's also slowed down a bit. And that could be more water Jerry of at least five to ten inches of rain, a swath of even more along the coast, potentially fifteen to twenty inches of rain locally as much as forty inches of rain. And it's one thing to have an isolated spot or to the entire area is going to get these heavy rains, and unfortunately, they're going to fall already saturated grounds from previous reigns. National Hurricane Center meteorologist, Ed Rappaport. Who says anyone who hasn't evacuated from the coastal areas should first thing this morning. Fox's Rick Leventhal reports it appears most people in rights Ville beach, North Carolina have left it's not here yet. And what we have. Instead is a very eerie and surreal kind of a quiet rights. Phil beach is empty the lights are on. But nobody. He's home. The only thing we can hear is the ocean. There have been no vehicles on the roads. No people on the sidewalk completely empty, Oregon. Force winds expected to arrive late day today. President Trump declaring parts of Hawaii to be a disaster area in the wake of tropical storm Olivia which allows and enables FEMA to provide broader support to David gale Libya, dropping up to ten inches of rain on parts of the state five people have been shot and killed in Bakersfield, California. The gunman has also taken his own life. Among the victim. The shooter's wife to employees at a trucking company to people at a home nearby. Sheriff Donnie Youngblood says there's a lot to sort out numerous crime scenes thirty people three witnesses that we have we do have money Cam video from the officer that the confronted the suspect look at that yet. No names and no motive so far, Fox News, fair and balanced..

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"phil beach" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"phil beach" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Jack Callaghan. Fox news. The storm downgraded to a category. Two hurricane wins in one hundred ten miles an hour less fierce, but still dangerous also slowed down a bit. And that could mean more water Jerry of at least five to ten inches of rain, a swath of even more along the coast, potentially fifteen to twenty inches of rain locally as much as forty inches of rain. And it's one thing to have an isolated spot or to the entire area is going to get these heavy rains, and unfortunately, they're gonna fall on already saturated grounds from previous reigns. National Hurricane Center meteorologist, Ed Rappaport. Who says anyone who has it evacuated from the coastal areas should first thing this morning. Fox's Rick Leventhal reports it appears most people in rights Ville beach, North Carolina have love it's not here yet. And what we have. Instead is a very Irie and surreal kind of a quiet rights. Phil beach is empty the lights. Are on. But nobody's home. The only thing we can hear is the ocean. There have been no vehicles on the roads. No people on the sidewalk completely empty. Hurricane-force? Winds expected to arrive late day today. President Trump declaring parts of Hawaii to be a disaster area in the wake of tropical storm Olivia laws in India. Female to provide broader support to the boy, David gale, Libya, dropping up to ten inches of rain on parts of the state five people have been shot and killed in Bakersfield, California. The gunman is also taken his own life. Among the victim. The shooter's wife to employees is at a trucking company in two people in a home nearby. Sheriff Donnie Youngblood says there's a lot to sort.

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"phil beach" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"phil beach" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"Florence loses a little strength. I'm Jack Callaghan. Fox news. The storm downgraded to a category. Two hurricane winds at one hundred ten miles an hour less fierce, but still dangerous also slowed down a bit. And that could mean more water Jerry of at least five to ten inches of rain, a swath of even more along the coast, potentially fifteen to twenty inches of rain locally as much as forty inches of rain. And it's one thing to have it in an isolated spot or to the entire area is going to get these heavy rains, and unfortunately, they're going to fall on already saturated grounds from previous ranks National Hurricane Center meteorologist, Ed Rappaport. Who says anyone who has it evacuated from the coastal areas should first thing this morning. Fox's Rick Leventhal reports, it appears most people and writes, Ville beach, North Carolina have left it's not here yet. And what we have. Instead is a very eerie and surreal kind of a quiet rights. Phil beach is empty the lights are on. But nobody's home. The only thing we can hear is the ocean. There have been no vehicles on the roads. No people on the sidewalk completely empty. Hurricane-force? Winds expected to arrive late day today. President Trump declaring parts of Hawaii to be a disaster area in the wake of tropical storm Olivia laws in India was FEMA to provide broader support to boy, David gale, Libya, dropping up to ten inches of rain on parts of the state five people have been shot and killed in Bakersfield, California. The gunman has also taken his own life. Among the victim. The shooter's wife to employees on a trucking company and to people in nearby sheriff Donnie Youngblood says there's a lot to sort out numerous crime scenes thirty people witnesses that we have we do have a muddy Cam video from the author that confronted the suspect a chance to look at that yet, no names and no motive so far Fox.

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"phil beach" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"phil beach" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Are up. I'm Lisa lacerra, Fox News. More than five million people in the path of monster hurricane Florence according to the National Hurricane Center. There is a storm surge warning now in effect for much of the South Carolina and North Carolina coast, and these are the inundation levels that we expect to occur as the hurricane makes landfall as much as nine to thirteen feet. That's the rise of the water over over the tides with the waves as landfall occurs. Ed Rappaport with the National Hurricane Center in Miami foxes have been Brown is in right, Phil beach, North Carolina tomorrow night, the storm will be felt here. And that's why people living on the barrier islands of North Carolina are being made to evacuate we rent here. But we want to make sure that we have a place to come back to. So we're doing everything we can sterling Jernigan and his roommates boarding up windows, and we'll go across the bridge to Wilmington. But even that city is expected to be pelted with wind and rain and could take on storm surge. Flooding commander Campbell you and all marine installations on the east. Coast says there's no mandatory evacuation of active duty marines you to Florence. But ruin recruits are being evacuated from Paris island. President Trump telling residents to pay attention to the warnings of their local officials is going to be a store that's going to be a very large one far larger than we've seen and perhaps decade. And he says FEMA and other federal agencies are standing by ready to help a federal grand jury has indicted. People arrested at a filthy compound near Albuquerque, New Mexico on firearms and conspiracy charges. The five had been taken into custody by local authorities last month after children were found living there in filthy conditions. The remains of young boy were also found on the site. A man was shot and killed on the campus of canyon springs high school in north Las Vegas. Authorities say the eighteen year old was found on the edge of the schools. Baseball field. Fox News, fair and balanced. He's a FOX thirteen weather update. When you listen more here to listen,.

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"phil beach" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"phil beach" Discussed on 710 WOR

"At nine zero seven at night. So it took some time to get there to today. Seventy-nine certainly milder weather coming in just an isolated shower thunderstorm, but we do have to get through this ugliness this morning. The clouds of fog the drizzle, and then by the evening, a few showers, thunderstorms, they might become a little bit more widely scattered. I still don't think widespread rain tomorrow, scattered showers, thunderstorms, and seventy eight degrees and just the chance of thunderstorms on Thursday. So really not looking at much rain over the next few days. If we look at the totals that forecast guidance spits out certainly not going to be anything. We've got to be too alarmed about he'll maybe up to a half an inch to an inch over the three days. But that would be in thunderstorms at try to get some of us. So you'll expectedly summary anything better chances go through maybe this evening tomorrow mostly today. Doshi Joseph should be dry then. Thursday and other drier day. That is what look ahead toward the weekend. It does look like we will have some dry weather settling into Friday should be. Okay. Saturday Sunday, highs in the upper seventies about where we should be with a mix of clouds and sunshine now Florence yes. Anybody's wondering about floors which. I'm pretty sure most new savvy people are this is a big one cat fourth. Pretty big, isn't it? Yeah. It does have the potential and even with the five AM advisory does add the potential to be a devastating storm for parts of the Carolinas on the Kirk forecast track amounts of rainfall, we could see even significant inland flooding too. So we're talking about central North Carolina. The I eighty one corridor parts of South Carolina for the inland flood than the coastal areas. You know, we're looking at rights Phil beach on the Outer Banks and areas like that. If you see a cat four come on shore. This could be something that you'll maybe North Carolina or South Carolina has a pad since. It's been a while. I can't think of the specific storms, but was one was the last year. Yeah..

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Fast-spreading California wildfire nears Yosemite park

Ron St. Pierre

03:03 min | 3 years ago

Fast-spreading California wildfire nears Yosemite park

"NewsRadio, nine twenty four seven FM good morning Monday July twenty third the start of a stretch of real. Muggy stuff unfortunately well some. People love this stuff but it's going to be oppressive until. Maybe first, day Friday at the latest before it breaks some morning showers. Today he's he's sunshine to follow, in sticky conditions high eighty to seventy three degrees right now. Fire crews and California's struggling to get hold of that wildfire that's threatening us seventy national. Park the Ferguson fire grew to over twenty thirty. Two thousand acres thirty two thousand acres this weekend and there's only six percent contained believe, it or not and it's burning just west of that park. Yosemite but it's, shut down a main road into the. Park as well as a, campground in the park, and that happened last week midweek park officials also warning visitors about the, air quality there, they say visited should expect limited visibility and should limit their outdoor activities this, fire jumped River. Burning in the national forest were massive wildfire burned. Back in two thousand thirteen the number of firefighters battling that inferno is now, past three thousand and they, just can't. Get, control of that fire that's threatening us seventy what. Only. Six, percent controlled three people drowned, at beaches in North Carolina due to dangerous rip currents so if you're going to the beach you know you better. Listen to the lifeguards to and listened carefully, here in the ocean state because we have, some serious, rip currents happening now to now North Carolina two of the deaths happened at separate. Beaches in Brunswick county and a third just miles north of New, Hanover county there was a, moderate rip current warning in place, for most of the. Coast of North Carolina over the weekend twenty, year, old man died after being swept away by a rip current off sunset beach at about two in. The afternoon on Saturday beachgoers. Did try to save him by performing CPR but unfortunately he. Was pronounced, dead at the hospital another man drowned at Holden beach in. North Carolina while Trying to help somebody get. Free from a rip current officials said there the other person was safely brought to shore third swimmer died at rights Phil beach around eleven. In the morning on Saturday lifeguards pulled the man out of the ocean, but he had already stopped. Breathing so fatal incidents happening at three, separate beaches, in North Carolina today US defense officials meet with defense officials from Australia in Palo Alto California here's FOX's Jessica Rosenthal Defense Secretary James Mattis and secretary of. State Mike Pompeo will host their Australian counterparts at Stanford University, doesn't look like they're any planned public events but the. State Department says the two countries have a lot to talk about governance encouraging private sector growth and trade especially now that the president has pulled us out of the Trans-Pacific Partnership Australia considered a key ally is exempt from the steel and aluminum. Tariffs imposed on others including China but this discussion. Is also, largely focused on the military so discussion. Topics include security in the Indo Pacific region North Korea And the work both countries are. Doing in Iraq and Syria especially in combating. ISIS Jessica Rosenthal Fox News..

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