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Line of storms with strong winds sweeping through Atlanta area
"Watch for Barto Cherokee and Pickens County Until 11 o'clock this morning, we turn to Channel two action news meteorologist Eboni Deon As far as the timing of the rain, it's mainly going to be and the storms. It's going to be for the first half of the day for our area and then shifting off to the South and east so starting around 78 o'clock in the northwestern areas of Georgia. Line of heavy rains. Strong damaging wind gust can be expected and then that line is going to break up but still washing out for that possibility of strong storms into the Metro by later this morning, and right now we're at 67 degrees here on Peachtree Street. Rain rolling in as Ebony says ah, High of 75. Atlanta's most accurate and
"pickens county" Discussed on 600 WREC
"His truck. Okay, this is stony Brook apart apartments in Fulton Dale, friend of mine eyes, telling me a report there. This is the storms that we were talking about earlier and Dr Tim is talking about He's got damaged in CenterPoint. He was out driving around and 79 Sun Hill Road. 79 Sun Hill Road there in the Center Point area. We're gonna work to see if we can get Tim on the phone with us. Um, an old unveil the whites flickering on and off incredible rain there. This looks like it's going to track just to the north of the Odin Ville area, But we do have numerous reports of damage. In Fulton Dale based on what we've seen from the radar data. And also the debris Signature, you know, looks very much like we had a tornado moved through their higher winds moving through ST Clair County and again outside of the warrant area. We do have Raglan and it wouldn't surprise me if we have some high winds move through the Ragland area. I want to make sure if you're in Ragland, you are paying attention to the weather. I know the warnings a little farther to the north. And that's where the original Tauron attic signature was heading. But I think there's been a little bit of a shift here. We may have some higher winds moving through the Ragland area, so we're gonna really stay on top of this over the next little bit where the storm goes. Eventually, I think we see it on into any white County. There's a whole bunch of of rain. I mean, incredibly heavy rain. The worst of the lightning is around Coldwell and Cool Springs. And then back out to the West West was talking about Pickens County under the severe Thunder Storm warning, So that's what we have right now, Wes. I'm gonna turn it back over to. You need to run and get a little information, and I'll be right back. Yeah, I'm just looking at some of the damage reports that we have coming in. I've solved one image here. Looks like maybe hotel was quite a bit of damage there that were Tracking in the Fulton Dale area. That's we had some of the damage earlier. Let me reset, Show you what's happening here at the moment and what we really need to watch out for. We're keeping an eye on West. Alabama had a couple of areas where we had that severe thunderstorm warning for Pickens County. That storm is weak and still need to watch this one right here. It's got very strong kind of a hook signature to it across North Tuscaloosa County need to watch that when And notice right here. This arrow That's where our systems detecting some very strong rotation and ST Clair County, and we still have this warning at SEC to expire in 11 30. Let me check your The weather service may be about to expand that particular warning and it looks like Okay. They just canceled the severe thunderstorm warning. No word here on what's going to happen with Pickens County. But we may see that expanded right here. There are systems still indicating where we may have a tornado. So bottom line. If you are watching us, I'd say Raglin to the hood community at this point. Just be ready to take action at any moment If we see this upgraded You know, I'm looking at this. I'm seeing.
Cops: Man arrested after dragging deputy alongside car, speeding off in metro Atlanta
"Man allegedly drags a Cherokee County deputy alongside his car, according to the sheriff's office. The deputy stopped Elmer Pence in Canton and asked him to get out of the vehicle. That's when Pence, allegedly grabbed the deputy's arm and started to drive off. The deputy pulled free. Pence fled. Authorities Discover his car and Pickens County. He's later arrested in Gordon County. He's He's jail jail
"pickens county" Discussed on 600 WREC
"And fall this morning in the Big Bend area in the three o'clock hour, a Zaid tropical storm with sustained winds of 50 MPH. If there's any good news about ADA is that it is moving fast. It's not gonna be there for very long moving to the Northeast. At 13 MPH. So, of course, is causing rain in the Florida but really getting a whole lot of rain into Georgia up through the Carolinas this morning, But this is the projected path. That's where it is now. And this is where it should be, by noontime today, making a splash into the Atlantic with just slightly weakening at that time, and then it just kind of takes off and by early Saturday morning, it's way on out of here. So that's the breakdown with Ada. We also have Fada. That's we've never Seen before that name, and we've got this area of disturbed what weather in the Caribbean That has good 70% chance of formation within the next two days, and it's name would be I owed us so you can track all this on your first alert weather app. Shaping up to be a day just like our weather team was talking about starting out with clouds and believe we're gonna end up with sunshine 59 degrees of Southern Sky Aviation were in the fifties to 60 Centerville there in the Big County at 60 Degrees Alabaster and Shelby County at 60 degrees 58 in the Lakeview. Tuscaloosa is at 60 degrees. And back in through Pickens County in the fifties, so you can see the front is highlighted in green on our screen here. That's the cooler air so cooler, drier air is pushing through our area. And it's gonna be a notable changes we get into this afternoon First Alert Act you tracked pretty dry. We've got a little bit of mist or drizzle out there in some locations. But that's about it. Look at all this torrential rainfall the over and Georgia up through the Carolinas. If he can void travel till all that ships out to see Probably a good idea because you can see what happens. Much drier air comes into play gonna be a whole lot nicer outside. We've got our football forecast for tomorrow night. And I think we're gonna have tempter readings in the fifties that with mostly clear skies, so maybe a sweater or jacket, something like that and you should be fine. Here's our first alert extended forecast, and it does show still warm temperatures for the next few days, decreasing. Clouds today, Sunshine tomorrow Saturday we get into Sunday, There's anybody chance of rain. There's a front coming through relatively a dry frontal passage. There's a slight chance of rain. But look what happens after the front comes through those highs drop off into the sixties. Overnight lows could even get into the thirties. So a big cool down Headed our way. We'll have more on ADA coming up. Let's check in with Janice again..
"pickens county" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Good day. All right. We're getting going here this morning. You might need a jacket. If you're going to be out there for any length of time Because our attempt readings are a lot cooler. And they were at this time yesterday. Yesterday we had our temperatures pretty close to normal today. 10 of 15 degrees below that So a big cool down and we're expecting a clear sky so it won't take long, warm things up. But you can see 45 degrees in the Coleman right now. Mid forties for Gadsden up through center 46 degrees over into Talladega in Shelby County 49 degrees therein, Colombiana. You can see into Pickens County Aliceville in 50 degree, so Yep, There's the temperature change. 14 degrees cooler in some places. Birmingham 10 degrees cooler. That was this time yesterday, so nothing seen on radar anywhere near us. We have dry conditions. We have mostly clear skies. And we should see plenty of sunshine to warm things up very, very quickly forced. Today you can see that the next 24 hours. Temp treating is getting up close to 77 degree, so it's kind of following through. With what? Matt man Jill and J. P were talking about yesterday on DH. Tell you what if you're out and about today, you probably need your sunglasses. That's basically what's going on. Tomorrow morning. We cool off about 55 degrees. A little bit milder than it is today and tomorrow afternoon should be very similar to today's forecast with highs in the mid to upper seventies. The next big thing is a reinforcing shot of dry air that's coming into play a CZ we get into Friday starts to come in tomorrow and brings.
"pickens county" Discussed on 600 WREC
"The best information in radio 105 w All right. We're getting started here today With Ah, Couple of headlines and weather The rain is likely this morning. We have the potential getting some thunderstorms this afternoon just right at the noontime hour till about 10 P.m. severe threat is possible right along I 2059 southward today. And we have a low threat of tornadoes. But can't rule that out. Maybe a brief spin up is possible, but lots of rainfall doing here. Let's take a look. We do have a flash flood watch. It's primarily for Coleman County northward. That's Really now through early this afternoon, with the maybe up to two inches possible. We also have this severe potential again. This is from noon time till 10 PM right along the 2059 corridor southwards So we're getting the rain already. You can see showers into west Alabama. So verse Alert. Heads up. Got some slick spots on I 20 to 20 East Divide 65. We're seeing some rain on the way into Georgia. So Yes, it's pretty slick out there in various places and more heavy rain coming out of Mississippi headed into Pickens County. Right now, there's that shower activity. I was just mentioning there on 20. In the East Alabama 59 getting some showers as well. So more rain on our first word AKI track radar coming out of Mississippi, where they've already seen some flash flooding. So I slow it down this morning, so you don't end up on our traffic reports were in the fifty's too low sixties out there Now we're probably going to make it up into the seventies by this afternoon, could be periodic, with the rainfall coming through it times and beginning to taper off. You think you're done with it? And then another round comes through this shows. At three PM some pretty heavy thunderstorms that could be moving through Walker County, Jefferson County that time up Tio Blunt and Coleman counties and our evening rush hour could be an active one weatherwise things taper off. Eventually, as we head into tonight and really quiet down for a couple of days, So are We've got a very slight chance of rain on Saturday. Rain chances diminish somewhat Saturday and a little bit better chance going into today on Sunday, as you can see in your first alert extended forecast but heads up for today We could see some active weather we get into the weekend again Saturday. The rain chances taper off back to 30% chance. Of rain and thunderstorms on Sunday. We get into Monday Tuesday of next week, just a few Isolated showers. Now let's head back over to Janice. All right, thank you very much. Making well. ATT and T announcing that the company will give $300,000 to help Birmingham promised continue to provide scholarships and work.
"pickens county" Discussed on 600 WREC
"C And Alabama and welcome back in this morning on this, UH Thursday. Good to have you with us, and you definitely don't need to grab that umbrella. There's a lot of rain happening in our area, and this is all remnants of beta right minutes. Exactly right. The system continues to the center of circulation with it over in Mississippi right now, But it's bringing the rain pumping it right out of the Gulf of Mexico moved across our area, so a wet day today and could prove to be a stormy day. Today more into this afternoon and evening with that storm potential, But the rain is already falling 61 degrees at the Birmingham airport, 57 in our new camera there into Walker County, so fifties to sixties to get you started here today, And here comes the rain again. We have Some heavier showers there in the mill, Lamar County. Right now, with some of the heaviest stuff still coming out of Mississippi. And there you see down through Pickens County, some showers and over into Talladega County down through silicon GE Talladega Pell City and start to taper off a little bit into Shelby County. But Mohr rain to come. We've had some flash flooding over in the Mississippi and we can't rule out that potential today into our area. Look All that mass of rain coming through central Mississippi right now, So we do have a flash flood watch, but it's mainly for northern tier of counties. Today we could get Maybe two inches of rain, seeing our potential rainfall, inch and a half maybe two inches into our northern tier of county. So just a heads up on that. And, uh, today storm outlook shows really from noon time today. Until about 10 P.m.. We have the potential for maybe some gusty winds can't rule out a brief tornado spin up that could occur so it's right along 2059. Southward for this afternoon into tonight. Here's the next 24 hours and you can see it's periodic with the rainfall. It'll be on again and off again all throughout the day. But when it is on its on we've got some heavy showers and thunderstorms. It could come into Walker County. This is showing at around three PM that shows Jefferson County impacted by that as well, some isolated cells down through Coosa County. And then our evening rush hour shows some pretty heavy rain right through the I 65 corridor, maybe a little further to the East at five PM and things finally quiet down as we make it into tonight, so rain and thunderstorms if you're headed well, Tio, South Alabama to cheer on the USB blazers as they take on Yusa. That's going to be kick off at 6 30 this evening. Rain chances diminish a great deal as we get into tonight, So if you're going with the Blazers have good time and we've got your sideline forecast for Friday. Sideline for Friday. You can see the rain chances tapering off for tomorrow looks pretty good with mostly cloudy skies. Let's get to our first alert extended forecast and we're going to show that good 90% chance of not only rain. But the potential exists for some strong storms. So first alert heads up for this afternoon. Then things really taper off as we get into the weekend. Well Saturday, anyway, we start to see a 30% chance of rain. Return for Sunday and some isolated showers taking us into early next week..
"pickens county" Discussed on 600 WREC
"All your favorite artists. Good morning. We've got a little bit milder temperatures little bit warmer this morning that it was yesterday. The cloud decks really thickening up and we're slowly going to see this. The remnants of beta began to move into our area. So today, primarily, you're going to see some light rainfall and mostly West Alabama say West Of I 65 north of 2059. Probably your best bet this morning fifties to sixties. You can see some of that rainfall moving into Tuscaloosa this time into Pickens County. You can see some showers in and around Highway 82 into Ah Pickens County and you could see 43 moving through. Have faith County of seeing some showers there and more rain to come. You can see this over into Louisiana and Mississippi and Arkansas, dealing with the bulk of moisture is still stretches all the way back in the eastern parts of Texas. Now we will probably see temperature readings today warm into the mid seventies. Mostly cloudy skies all throughout the day and against Sprinkles for today, But this evening into tonight we start to see the heavier rain and thunderstorms begin to push into our area and our as early as tomorrow morning. During Good Day, Alabama. We could see some heavy rainfall and we're not ruling out a chance of thunderstorms. If you are going to the Alabama state Fair, it starts at 4 P.m.. I would maybe take Some rain gear for today. I think most of us will probably stay dry. But just pay attention. Your first alert weather app. It'll let you know if there's a any rain nearby your area, but tomorrow first alert we could see strong, maybe severe storms our way and we can't even rule out isolated tornadoes for Thursday, so it's tonight into tomorrow. When the weather could get a little bit more dicey. Here's a look tomorrow morning with a cluster of thunderstorms. And this could be some major rain in our area. Two with 1 to 2, maybe even three inches of rain further to the north going into tomorrow as well. Here's your first alert extended forecast, and we're going with a good 80% chance of rain and thunderstorms for tomorrow. Scattered showers on Friday, and at this point, the weekend's gonna be warmer, feel more like summertime again. But Percent chance of showers. Saturday, 20% on Sunday and just a slight chance of rain going into our early next work week. Alright, that's a look at what's going on. Let's get a check on traffic now with toys. All right. If you're headed in from Shelby County County this morning into the downtown junction, you're all good to go. As you.
"pickens county" Discussed on 600 WREC
"As soon as though every day every night and it's just been it's time the staff which hangs the new change for the new generation to get involved I love we commemorate if it's on a week I have some form of service masks were also handed out and people have the opportunity to register to vote Katherine Paterson WBRC fox six news on your side is also Juneteenth a March in downtown Birmingham today the March from Lynn parks Kelly Ingram park Birmingham city council president William Parker teamed up with community and religious leaders for the event which comes after weeks of protests following the death of George Floyd please custom it was a crowd of people took to the side of McFarland Boulevard to express their solidarity with the black lives matter movement and celebrate Juneteenth they also brought attention to the shooting that happened or to a shooting that happened last year a Pickens county also shot and killed Wallace Wilder in neighboring Bordeaux organizers were happy to see such a diverse crowd we have to do this together unity and everything I think it is so beautiful all different races nationalities six is is is a beautiful thing organizers say this is the kick off to a weekend of Juneteenth events at snow Hinton park tomorrow will include food voter registration and children's.
"pickens county" Discussed on 600 WREC
"So what's the threat here that's what we can look at just about welcome and everyone it is five AM Janice Rogers and I'm like they're really good to have you with us this morning let's get right to it begins tracking that storm right now he makes yes Cristobal is a tropical depression as you mentioned sustained winds thirty five miles per hour here's a center of circulation right there on the corner of Louisiana and Mississippi it's moving to the north northwest at ten miles per hour is expected to curl back around hit into the Ohio valley going into at some point on Wednesday we'll probably be dealing with the brunt of the rains and wind from increased of all two days so it looks like a west Alabama far west Alabama has the greatest threat of storms the greatest threat of the U. S. stronger winds in the heavier rainfall too right now we're seeing some rain into Pickens county Tuscaloosa county on into green inhale parts of Bibb county southern parts of Chilton county a wind advisory for the same counties going into seven PM with wind gusts up to thirty five miles per hour we also have a slight risk of severe storms the primary threats gonna be gusty winds but we won't rule out an isolated tornadoes so let's just be weather aware if you're out of the house just monitor your first alert weather app were in the seventies now we get into around nine AM about seventy seven degrees from there at lunch time about eighty one a chance of some scattered showers and thunderstorms today or a minute remember some gusty winds and maybe some stronger storms for west Alabama let's check in with Derek I make is we are all here in the five o'clock hour we always talk about traffic surprises we have one for you this morning this is a live look at the ramp from.
"pickens county" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Songs and travel around it's it's a dream come true and we are we're living it up we really are listening to I heart radio for more Florida Georgia line all your favorite artists the rain again and here comes the wind again member that windy day we had a couple of days ago we've got a day shaping up to be like that with the addition of rainfall we've got some storms actually occurring in the southern parts of Arkansas Louisiana and these will probably move into some of our I. counties here in the west Alabama so we'll be I keep an eye on that we've got rain for everybody but could see some stronger storms a little further to the south and southwest right now we're seeing some rainfall into out parts of Pickens county and Greene County there's that winded vise Reese like I said very similar to the winds we experienced the other day it's set to begin a little earlier though eight o'clock this morning and set to expire at seven PM so a breezy and wet day our temp readings are a pretty close to normal this morning but rain cool temperatures for today you can see at ten o'clock this morning we're pretty much in undated with rainfall at that time and through the noon time hour we get into later on this afternoon the year rain tapers off somewhat but still enough rain to bring about some slick roadways and now breezy conditions so a windy wet and cool Friday an update on your mother's day weekend coming up there the rate the Mickey's talking about is still far to the south of the Birmingham metro area Tuscaloosa getting along I. twenty fifty nine in down to children got along I. sixty five there's a better look it up there that the rain continues to move in from the west but not affecting driving in Birmingham right now your morning commute could be a wet one as Mickey says that rain possible against more unlikely there in the nine o'clock hour later on this morning your afternoon drive home because body showers we're calling that to your best chance of rain there the four o'clock hour so your windshield wipers could get a work out later today I'm Derek Scudder your WBRC fox six first alert traffic trash your information in response from Birmingham police on that incident at the Roebuck Walmart we showed you earlier this week prosecutors have charged the woman in the video with disorderly conduct resisting arrest and possession.
"pickens county" Discussed on WGN Radio
"W. dot share the road safely dot gov is battling wildfires in Australia say they are now starting to go on the offense for the first time in weeks hot dry weather and kept them on defense but that changes the fires could flare up again meanwhile firefighters killed by a falling tree he is the fourth firefighter to dine brings the death toll to at least twenty seven within two thousand homes have been destroyed an estimated one billion animals killed storms in the Midwest and south killed at least eleven people over the weekend and this is what was left after an E. as two tornado in Pickens county Alabama three people were killed as the storm tore through a neighborhood a leveling homes in Louisiana at severe weather at left three dead of a seventy five year old man died when a tree fell on to his home in Lubbock Texas a firefighter and a police officer died while responding to car accidents on Saturday morning new video of an unusual sight in Venice the city's famous canals are running dry boats and gondolas have been spotted almost beach in the canals and water taxis have been stuck in the mud water dropped about nineteen inches below normal levels due to low tide and this isn't the first time the canals are left nearly dry in twenty eighteen the super blue blood moon low tides and lack of rainfall also because the water levels in the area take a look at the day's other top stories and off to the Los Angeles county sheriff's detective was hit and killed by a car after helping someone cross the street amber lights was driving Sunday morning.
"pickens county" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"My current taxes were killed after being hit by a vehicle at the scene of a traffic accident Pickens county Alabama sheriff's town hall talking about what he's seen it has been a very devastating storm in that area people have suffered a lot of walls including the life all that's the most important thing in this war is addressing at this time hundreds of thousands of people from Texas to how how high don't have power some highways in Oklahoma and Arkansas or so badly flooded they had to be shot down in hundreds of flights were canceled at Chicago's airports another firefighters killed in Australia's massive wildfires bringing the death toll there to at least twenty seven firefighters reporting some promising news today though they say they've been able to turn from defense to offense for the first time in weeks thanks to a break in the weather meanwhile criticism of prime minister Scott Morse and continues by those who say he didn't do enough before the brush fire season started to prevent massive destruction he's rejecting that criticism telling the Australian broadcasting corporation there is a very raw emotional environments I'm gonna side that ninety five percent or thereabouts of the responses I've had in these cases of very positive and and and and very appreciative promises of flesh and blood to and have a judge with purple Morrison says he'll propose and National Review into the response to the disaster the debate continues over whether president Donald Trump should have ordered an air strike to kill Ron's top general president trump said they needed to take him out because he was planning imminent attacks on for U. S. embassies defense secretary mark asper on CNN's state of the union I'm glad we're having this discussion today because I'd rather be here discussing this topic with you going up in there Dover airforce base and standing there while flag draped coffins come home and I have to explain to husbands and wives sons and daughters why their service member died when I had information that could have prevented that from happening asper added the trump administration doesn't think the Iranian no he will carry out anymore attacks in retaliation for the air strike and he says the trump administration's offer to negotiate a new nuclear deal with Iran without preconditions still stands and heads up if you're travel plans include the bay bridge the toll booth removal project at the bay bridge gets under way tonight Jim port with the MBTA has were drivers can expect you'll have some traffic being diverted to lanes wanted to the EZ pass lanes attorney to pass planes as well as the two contraflow lanes and then you'll see the rest of the traffic being diverted from lanes six to eleven the project is being done as the bay bridge moves towards all cashless tolling that's scheduled to start this summer real leaf on WMAL and WMAL dot com Howard County is continuing to make progress curbing the opioid.
"pickens county" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"The whole family will be gathering at Sandringham tomorrow the queen prince of Wales prince William and prince Harry will be talking to things to write ABC rose contributor Victoria Murphy in London there are severe weren't wind warnings up across the northeast as the same winter storm blamed for a dozen deaths pushes eastward to three in Pickens county Alabama killed in a tornado this is ABC news there is no news news station KTAR on air ninety two three FM online KTAR dot com and streaming live on the key TA our news app your breaking news and traffic TTR news time at seven oh two I'm Gabriel Camino KTA our eyes on the economy if you need a job you shouldn't have much trouble finding one the labor department says December's jobs numbers are out United States out of a hundred forty five thousand new jobs last month about five to fifteen thousand fewer than expected for the year the US at a two point one million jobs this is valley economist Jim rouse in terms of employment across the country at this point in the business cycle you'd like to see job growth between one hundred thousand and maybe two hundred thousand and the unemployment rate in December held steady at three point five percent the lowest in fifty years John cross KTA art is the battle between ride Cher companies and sky harbor continues the city of Phoenix argues the four dollar increase store tuber and leave and left is legal GTA ours legal analysts monocle in storms as they make a good argument in the sense that what we're not treating them any different than any other entities on airport property for commercial purposes if you're using the airport to make money that.
"pickens county" Discussed on WTOP
"On the hour sponsored by rocket mortgage by quicken loans I'm but Michigan this weekend's deadly and dangerous weather across the south has claimed three more lives it happened in Pickens county Alabama the Alabama emergency management agency says the deaths were caused by a quote and embedded tornado within a long line of intense thunderstorms there were already three confirmed deaths in Louisiana and one in Texas why is this happening CBS news weather contributor Jeff deli we have an extraordinary temperature contrast across the country temperatures this morning negative thirty in northern Minnesota and in the southeast temperatures around seventy five so that temperature contrast is fueling the large line of severe thunderstorms across the southeast thousand flights out of Chicago have been canceled and that's only part of the problem there WBBM radios like crowds are strong north wind is pushing massive waves down Lake Michigan creating a spectacle waves are slamming into the shoreline and occasionally huge walls of water thirty feet higher the results portions of lakeshore drive have been swamped on the city's north side and on the south side waves to push the block in London one low lying area access to portions of the popular lake front trail have been blocked off and areas where storms have caused severe damage are getting it again Mike Krauser for CBS news Chicago what a twenty four hours it's been in Iran and admission that Iran's revolutionary guard mistakenly shot down Ukrainian airline civilian jet killing one hundred seventy six people on board after the admission public anti government protests in the streets of Tehran CBS news correspondent Holly Williams Iran's foreign minister Javad Zarif expressed profound regrets apologies and.
"pickens county" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"CBS news on the hour your home for original reporting I'm but Michigan this weekend's deadly and dangerous weather across the south has claimed three more lives it happened in Pickens county Alabama the Alabama emergency management agency says the deaths were caused by a quote and embedded tornado within a long line of intense thunderstorms there were already three confirmed deaths in Louisiana and one in Texas why is this happening CBS news weather contributor just deli we have an extraordinary temperature contrast across the country temperatures this morning negative thirty in northern Minnesota and in the southeast temperatures around seventy five so that temperature contrast is fueling the large line of severe thunderstorms across the southeast thousand flights out of Chicago have been canceled and that's only part of the problem there WBBM radios like crowds are strong north wind is pushing massive waves down Lake Michigan creating a spectacle waves are slamming into the shoreline and occasionally huge walls of water thirty feet higher the result portions of lakeshore drive have been swamped on the city's north side and on the south side waves to push the block in London one low lying area access to portions of the popular lake front trail have been blocked off areas where storms have caused severe damage are getting it again my Krauser for CBS news Chicago what a twenty four hours it's been in Iran and admission that Iran's revolutionary guard mistakenly shot down Ukrainian airline civilian jet killing one hundred seventy six people on board after the admission public anti government protests in the streets of Tehran CBS news correspondent Holly Williams Iran's foreign minister Javad Zarif expressed profound regrets apologies and.
People dead in Louisiana and Texas as severe storm sweeps through the South
"Powerful storms leave that trail disco destruction will follow that story through the afternoon I'm Jim crystal in Jackson Mississippi there are now seven confirmed dead as severe storms including tornadoes continued to pound the upper Gulf coast and the southeast one death in Texas three in Louisiana at the National Weather Service in Birmingham Alabama now says three have died in a severe storm in Pickens county that is west of Tuscaloosa the storm threat will continue the rest of the day through Alabama Tennessee and
"pickens county" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Of a four Wheeler was trying to pass a vehicle when he hit in Atlanta fire engine head on that same day get a woman was killed as she attempted to cross south Cobb drive on Christmas Eve the Pickens county man was killed in I. five seventy five he failed to stop when a trooper tried to pull them over for failing to use a turn signal and ended up striking a guardrail head on that death toll of fourteen matches last year's although that holiday travel period lasted one extra day WSP news time eleven OO one channel to meteorologist Brad Nitz calling for cloudy now and tomorrow if one of us most accurate and dependable forecast is straight ahead falcons head coach Dan Quinn catches a break owner Arthur blank announcing Friday he's keeping it despite back to back losing seasons also renewed falcons general manager Thomas Dimitrov he'll report to team president rich McKay it's the first time black has not fired a coach with such a record top local news every thirty minutes and when it breaks ninety five point five W. SB depend on it a sort of you say the remains of six people have been found after another copter heading to one of the most rugged and remote coastlines in Hawaii crashed at the top of a mountain that was on the island of quietly officials say Friday that there is no indication anybody survived the crash WSPA his top national story democratic presidential candidate senator Amy Klobuchar on GOP Senate Lisa Murkowski her concern McConnell skis about Senate leader Mitch McConnell saying he would coordinate with the White House when it comes to the impeachment trial here's a swipe candidate senator Klobuchar has to say on that it doesn't surprise me at all then it senator Murkowski that simply saying there should be a fair trial movers arsons Makowski has shown to be independent many times a vanity license plate helps Forsyth county deputies track down a man accused of a road rage incident incident this month's on Georgia twenty forty three year old Jason hoarders vanity plate reads hasn't that some deputies found and arrested him December nineteenth for pointing a handgun at too terrified Dawsonville residents harder is still in jail WSPA news time eleven OO to around the clock and through.
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"Is how that happened Pickens county sheriff Donnie Craig was wearing a gun in his waistband when it went off inside the Jasper County Walmart last night the round hit the floor nobody was hurt he said he never touched the gun the gun was a backup weapon and it is not clear if this year was on duty at the time or what because that weapon the fire they are investigating always home for the holidays the family dog found in College Park eight years after disappearing Brandon Lawrence says when they're cavalier King Charles spaniel king disappeared off his family's front porch they thought he was gone forever after our first two or three years I thought Williams calling got hit by a car or anything but last week king was found wandering around College Park is microchip help identify me getting home Lawrence tells channel two action news it seems king was left outside has some medical issues but his daughter still really hadn't get my dog rag Jacob off of ninety five point five W. espace hardly this many people arrested in such a short time during a two day operation this month Dunwoody police say they arrested twenty seven people on charges of shoplifting another offenses at perimeter mall WSB scam alert visa sending out a security alert to gas stations the skimmer on the pump is old news now when a customer buys gas with a credit card the point of sale system since the unencrypted data to the company's main network where the scammer software is waiting to capture it vis a warning that this is a very troubling trend because criminals now see gas pumps is much easier and more lucrative targets WSB consumer expert Clark Howard's is paying with cash is the most secure form of payment but it may not be the most convenient WSB news time is ten thirty three because over.
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"And storms continue through the afternoon and evening hours will be cloudy with a few isolated showers overnight Sunday starts at sixty nine a cold front moves to the south some cooler northeasterly wind blows in and a high and Sunday of only eighty degrees will be mostly cloudy with isolated showers on Sunday from Monday still comfortable temperatures low sixty eight high eighty partly cloudy with scattered showers and storms rain chance at sixty percent and careful out there we do have some pop up showers under way and heading our way in fact in Pickens county you are under a severe thunderstorm warning through four fifteen right now we're at eighty nine degrees on Peachtree street I'm Cheryl Castro ninety five point five WSP Atlanta's news and talk welcome back here till the top of the hour talking about Georgia football with the dogs kicking off for one week from tonight seven thirty against Vanderbilt right here on ninety five point five W. S. me Scott Howard Eric sire will bring you the play by play and they are in studio with us Kevin Butler will join Jeff dancer for both dog talk pregame end don talk postgame Kevin bothers with us in studio Andrew Longoria producing force free gas coming up on Monday morning and that means that there's a weather advisory right advisory untrue warning thunderstorm warning in Pickens thank you very much all right people love when that software in our broadcast scared me they don't but but they'll get faithful get used to it that's going to happen when we start throwing George pick into the football very under which brings us right back to our receivers thank you Scott Howard George taken six foot three five star recruit snot come out from all rings nose is right under their noses on national signing day and he is not the only true fresh we talk about George before we went to break Dominic Blaylock is another guy who we have in the in the corral out there for the receivers I tell us Scott you brought up to the top three returning pass receivers from last year were running back at tight end and receiver who do we think the top four pass catchers past recieving catchers will be this year Erica let you go first pass receiving so so receivers wide receiver C. hop receivers I I I I think at the top of that that list has got.