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Hurricane Sally slams Gulf Coast
"Remnants of hurricane sally turning deadly now flash flood watches and a tornado threat at this hour and Rob Marciano from the storm zone tonight. Tonight more than twenty four hours after Sally, made landfall in the Gulf coast rescuers still bringing trapped families to safety. This after had to be saved from high water Wednesday many by the national. Guard. Breaking Sally was feast one hundred and five mile per hour winds and feed of rain tonight. The true scope of the damage is coming into view. Families now salvaging what they can from damaged homes and businesses. This marina is just a mess. You've got Docs eating into the sides of boats, stearns, and bows of boats crunched up against each other millions of dollars in damages in this area alone.
"rob marciano" Discussed on KOMO
"In Escambia, Santa Rosa. And Okaloosa counties in Pensacola, a storm surge of more than 5.5 FT one bar slamming into the Pensacola Bay Bridge early Wednesday morning, smashing away the road surface in Gulf shores. Alabama boats flipped over and strewn about. Flooding streets looking like rivers, the dark waters concealing hidden dangers. Yeah, Look at that alligator. That is right outside the window is going Into the neighbor's driveway. ABC is Rob Marciano reporting an audit finds that Seattle's bridge maintenance is underfunded by a lot and for the first time the city Council was briefed on those findings. Kemosabe Michelle Esteban with more 77 vehicle bridges owned and maintained by s dot were audited. Of those five are in poor condition. There are at least five bridges that were in poor condition and those should be prioritized. They include the Fairview Avenue bridge, which is right now in the process of being replaced. No Leah Bridge on major connector, Second Avenue South Extension Bridge and couching his two Bridges University Bridge all a priority. We must prioritize our basic infrastructure, light bridges for safety. To do that. The audit report recommends boosting the city bridge maintenance budget from seven million annually to nearly 35 Mil. Council member Alex Peterson says they'll look to the state and feds but insists the city's 2021 budget proposal do later this month. We'll have to include more funding for infrastructure and council committee members pointed out. They have to not only look closely at bridges in poor condition, but also those in fair condition. The West Seattle Bridge was actually ranked as in fair condition. And yet look what happened to the West Seattle Bridge. We have an inspection frequency for all of our bridges, and that's where we get These ratings and results when we see things that give us concern or create any inability for the bridges to not carry the trafficker loading that they're carrying. We take action nowhere yet on what s starts 2021 budget proposal includes, But Peterson anticipates additional even more specific inspections to come. This exploration by Department of Transportation to look at bridge condition component by component is likely to reveal more bridges that will Need additional investment. That's come on, Michele Esteban reporting Come on news time. 1 14, Speaking of bridges and other methods of Can Vance Here is Marina Rock Inger with our traffic report, And so far, traffic is looking pretty good. It's not bad at all for this midday Commutes wave no blocking problems reported at the moment. We love to be able to tell you that volume is extremely light. So if you do have to go somewhere be somewhere I think right now is a good time. You're next. Come on Traffic at 1 20 for the forecast from the camo forecast team. We've got that air quality alert that's been extended until 10 a.m. on Saturday. So stay inside if it all possible smoke throughout the day, today and tomorrow. For highs in the mid sixties toe low 70 slight chance of some showers and thunderstorms tomorrow night.
Hurricane Sally could bring 'historic' flash flooding, up to 30 inches of rain
"Speaking of the weather and agonisingly slow crawl for a pretty big storm Hurricane Sally, continuing its slow path across the Gulf of Mexico. Cat one landfall expected sometime later tomorrow. Meteorologist Rob Marciano was in Biloxi. They're expecting a direct hit. He says. The weather worries right now massive, possibly historic flooding for those who don't take a direct hit from the actual center of the storm there taking a direct hit. From the storm surge where we're not even seeing any sort of rain bubble. We're certainly seeing a lot of wind and wave action here and the storm sitting where it is. That means that the water will continue to pile up and splash and spill over and in places like here in Biloxi in Pascagoula, we will see 6 to 9 Ft of storm surge even before this system comes onshore all the way over. Ford, Southeast Louisiana leg born similar action 6 to 9 FT. At last report, Sally's Maximum sustained winds pegged it around 85 MPH, the president, declaring an emergency for the state of Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Florida's Panhandle not left out of this. Also getting soaked with heavy rains from the hurricane. An
Tropical Storm Sally forecast to make landfall as Category 1 hurricane
"Toward the southern US this weekend. Tropical Storm Sally now slowly gaining strength as it moved steadily toward the Gulf Coast. Expected to be a hurricane by the time it makes landfall right to ABC is Rob Marciano watching the storm in Pensacola, Florida. Category one now calling for a Category two two storm storm to to make make landfall landfall somewhere somewhere on on the the mouth mouth of of the the Mississippi Mississippi or or Mississippi Mississippi itself itself Late Late Late tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow night night night into into into Tuesday Tuesday Tuesday morning, morning, morning, this this this forecast forecast forecast verified verified verified it's it's it's it's gonna gonna gonna gonna be be be be the the the the first first first first real real real real test test test of of of the the the new new new levee levee levee system system system in in in and and and around around around New New New Orleans. Orleans. Orleans. This This This is is is
Hundreds of thousands still without power in Louisiana
"Million people in Louisiana are still without power after Hurricane Laura move through at least 14 people were killed by the storm and ABC is Rob Marciano's in Lake Charles, where officials can't give a timeline for when electricity and water services Restored residents being told if they want to come check things out. Just look and leave. Otherwise, you got to be in full survival mode because there are no basic necessities here. President Trump is travelling to the storm zone right now to survey the damage. He held The
Hurricane Laura Death Toll Climbs to 14 in US; Several Victims Succumbed to Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
"We are also getting a clearer portrait this evening of the devastation from Hurricane Laura. One of the strongest hurricanes to ever hit the US the death toll rising tonight. And we have learned many of those deaths have been tied to carbon monoxide authorities. Now, pointing to generators in the storm, the category four hurricane with one hundred, fifty mile an hour winds tearing buildings in Lake Charles Louisiana destroying entire neighborhoods as well and look at the flooding and Cameron Louisiana where Laura made landfall the storm is still moving east bring potentially dangerous conditions and meteorologist rob, Marciano was in Lake Charles for again tonight. Tonight Hurricane Laura's death toll rising in Port Arthur Texas at least three people are dead authorities suspecting they were poisoned by a generator's carbon monoxide and here in Lake Charles Louisiana family of four. Dying of carbon. Monoxide poisoning. This one day after Laura's. The strongest storm to hit the state and more than one hundred and fifty years. At least fourteen people across the storm zone.
At least 14 dead in Texas and Louisiana after Hurricane Laura
"Hurricane Laura devastatingly tore through the region. ABC senior meteorologist Rob Marciano is in Lake Charles. Louisiana. Hurricane Laura's death toll rising In Fort Arthur, Texas. At least three people are dead authorities suspecting they were poisoned by a generator's carbon monoxide and in Lake Charles, Louisiana family of four also dying of carbon monoxide poisoning. This is one day after Laura struck stronger storm to hit the state and more than 150 years, killing at least 14 people across the storm zone and cruise in California, making progress on more than
Hurricane Laura headed for category 4 'life-threatening' storm, says NWS
"Say Hurricane Laura is rapidly intensifying and will become a catastrophic category for hurricane Before landfall. Now that storm churning toward Texas and Louisiana gathering wind and water that Sora lt's over much of the Gulf of Mexico, ABC senior meteorologist Rob Marciano is in Lake Charles, Louisiana. Push of water that we're going to see with this. We're talking about life threatening flooding. So a lot of these parishes have seen mandatory evacuations because of that, and this is going to be Flooding downtown Lake Charles and then on top of that we're flooding rainfall into little rock and all the way through the mid Mississippi River Valley. So a huge chunk of the U. S being impacted by the storm as it moves inland. I'd have devastating impacts. National Hurricane Center senior specialist Stacey Stewart says. Some
"rob marciano" Discussed on WTVN
"Or greater and then targeting the same areas. Wednesday afternoon, ABC senior meteorologist Rob Marciano explosive comments about President Trump from his own sister, Maryanne Trump, Barry, a retired federal judge was secretly recorded in a conversation with the president's a strange niece. Marry trump. Good. Oh, my God. I'm talking to really, you know, change of stories, a lack of preparation lying only That audio of Maryanne Trump Barry courtesy of The Washington Post. President Trump, reacting in a statement riding every day, it's something else who cares? I'll continue to work hard for the American people. In a rare Saturday session. The House of Representatives approving $25 billion for the US Postal Service ahead of the November election is a way to secure mail in voting. But even with 26 Republicans joining House Democrats to advance the bill, it may never gain passage. President Tweeting that this bill is a hoax and urge the Senate not to advance it on the White House has offered $10 billion to the post office through another Corona virus released Bill Figure Speaker Pelosi has said is completely unacceptable. ABC is Alex Push a son. They could be rough in the fight against those California wildfires. A red flag warning goes into effect this morning. Do the warm, dry conditions, Gusty winds and lightning states. Tom Fire official warning The worst is not behind us. You're listening to ABC news. Balance of nature changing the world. One life at a time. I feel wonderful. I am so full of energy. I work out every day. I could stay up in the evening..
"rob marciano" Discussed on WRVA
"They could impact Louisiana and Texas next week. ABC meteorologist Rob Marciano. Marco was named overnight near the Yucatan. We've got hurricane watches that are posted for Cancun and now Laura is impacting Puerto Rico and Marco has more clear shot to the Gulf, but has some obstacles overcome these sort of get close to each other, but they're different timing about 36 24 hours Apart in Washington, a rare weekend meeting of Congress is an unusual Saturday session in Congress, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi calling back her chamber from recess. To address these mounting concerns with the U. S. Postal Service this as President Trump continues to push unfounded claims that mail in voting will lead to a widespread voter fraud. NBC's Rachel Scott, Russia's top opposition leader, Alexi Navalny and about enemy of Vladimir Putin, suspected of being poisoned has been flown to Germany after Russian doctors finally gave in to his family's demands. Navalny, who remains in a coma, was transported under heavy security to a hospital in Berlin for treatment. You're listening to ABC News. Partly to mostly cloudy skies will be the rule for your Saturday afternoon temperatures topping out in the lower eighties but as we head into this afternoon, also a chance of seeing a pop up shower, but rain chances increasing for this evening from NBC 12 a meteorologist Sofia Armada for news radio 11 40 w, R V, A and now 96.1 of them. I want I need. You need to know what's going on. It's the information you want. It's the information you need on youth Radio W. R Va. Hi, Lucy from Texas.
Hurricane expected to make landfall in the U.S. this weekend
"After Hurricanes Hannah and Douglas hit South Texas and Hawaii respectively, this weekend, forecasters say that's just the beginning of a potentially active and destructive hurricane season. Normally we get our first Hurricane of the season in mid August. We already had one make landfall could have the next one. By the end of this week, just a tropical wave right now about 1000 miles east of the Caribbean, but forecast ahead, Tory Puerto Rico likely become our next name, storm lot of our computer models, bring it to hurricane strength and then bring it towards the US and East Coast. Next week, ABC senior meteorologist Rob Marciano Hurricanes will stretch FEMA resource is already taxed by the Corona virus pandemic.
Millions of holiday travelers facing weather warnings
"Forecasters say storms good joke parts of the U. S. as more than fifty five million travelers hit the roads and skies for the thanksgiving holiday Wednesday storms on both coasts and that the storm on the west coast will travel all the way to the east coast come Sunday at the end of the holiday weekend maybe sees rob Marciano says a storm the cost of fifty car pile up in Denver is moving the Rockies to the northeast dumping heavy rain along the I ninety five
'Life-threatening' Tropical Storm Barry grinds toward Louisiana
"Tropical storm Barry's knocked out power to over a hundred thousand locations in Louisiana and rain is hitting parts of Mississippi as well the storm storm made landfall today as a category one hurricane your Morgan city Louisiana review see Zachary cation although it hasn't brought the kind of rain that we anticipated certainly has caused some issues here the entire city is without power and there's nothing that they'll be able to do to remedy that in so both the women rain drop down ABC news senior meteorologist rob Marciano in New Orleans yeah flash flood watch is that it all the way to particular sake you can imagine that and we have flood warnings as far east as mobile Alabama that's how much is the extent of the rain bands stand out from the center there so even though we're experience landfall moving inland really the next two days are going to be a lot worse than the last two digits secrets in A. B.
Rob Marciano, Senior Meteorologist And ABC discussed on Saturday Night Special with Amy Guth
"High winds and rising he'd fan the flames of a huge wildfire in the west. Here's ABC senior meteorologist rob Marciano fighters still struggling to contain a fast moving wildfire in Arizona in Phoenix. This so-called mountain fire already burning through over seventy two hundred acres in the Tahoe
Rescuers search for survivors after Oklahoma tornado kills at least two
"A tornado tearing apart El Reno Oklahoma last night, killing two ABC's, rob Marciano reports there have been a staggering one hundred six. Sixty four reported twisters in eleven states in the past week overnight. A frantic search for survivors after tornado barreled through Oklahoma killing at least two people and this morning officials feared that number could rise a mobile home park, taking a direct hit recent flying as powerful winds and rain, rip through the area leading over fifty thousand people without power across the state buildings reduced to rubble a week of strong storms leaving homes along the Arkansas river almost completely submerged in Tulsa county keystone dam releasing water. At more than one point eight million gallons per second putting immense pressure on the levees there. And in a water people urged to conserve water after treatment plant was shut down when rising floodwaters reached the electrical panels county leaders say they could run out of clean drinking water at any time. D mutual reports these intense storms not letting up anytime soon. Severe weather is expected to stretch into next week with more thunder. Storms. Damaging winds hail flash flooding and possibly tornadoes today. We'll bring intense storms from southern Nebraska to the Texas panhandle people from Indiana to the mid Atlantic region can expect severe thunderstorms. The biggest area of concern is flooding because the ground in most of these states, are saturated in water levels, or high fifty thousand people losing power during the latest. Twisters hitting
Oklahoma, El Reno Oklahoma And El Reno discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir
"We begin with that state of emergency at this hour in Missouri reports of a confirmed tornado on the ground in that state just before we came on the air, tornado watches, and flood alerts across several states. Tonight it's already been a violent twenty four hours at least thirty reported tornadoes. This enormous one striking Mangum, Oklahoma, torrential rain and flash flooding in Sedgwick county, Kansas, treacherous, driving, or torrential, rain on the way tonight, we watched today's emergency crews conducted water rescues on live television. This scene playing out in El Reno Oklahoma this whole system on the move. Tonight. We're also watching severe weather now in the forecast for the northeast meteorologist rob Marciano elitist off from Oklahoma. Tonight. Get that. Tonight tornadoes threatening the heartland as torrential rains submerged cars, forcing high water rescues in El Reno, Oklahoma, first responders searching for the stranded using high water vehicles to full families from homes, some five feet of fast, moving water, and spots children carried to safety parts of major interstate forty underwater railroad tracks washed away. If you're seeing this, don't do this just go around turn around. Don't drown in Tulsa, firefighters pushing stranded cars,
"rob marciano" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood
"I'm just open that I can support my family and five five years ten years. I've got a nine month old. That means I got twenty plus years before I'm an empty nester and a couple of colleges to put these kids through wishing wise. So I'm not retiring any time soon and the ride the wave as much as I can and number one priority right now keeping a roof over my family's head. Yeah. I'm down with that. All right. Rod lasting. I wanna hit you with here. I love to ask all the data that I get on the podcast, what type of advice? Do you have that new dad or for that about the beef are who's out there listening? Put the golf clubs away anything that you wanna to do dime consuming. That's gonna take a back seat. There's no such thing as being a good golfer and a good dad who atop ler or young child and just enjoy the rive. It is such a sweet moment in your life that you you can't even explain the feelings that that run through your body before it happens as it happens. And then the tall task of being a parent to these kids as they grow older. It's a job. And it's time for sure just enjoy the ride. I if one well sad. I love the advice. This has been a lot of fun for me. You are a first class father. I gotta say rob Marciano. Thank you so much. Give me a few minutes of your time on first class fatherhood. My pleasure. Thank you. Okay. I'm back with a couple of closing thoughts here in just a second. That's a wrap things up here on firstly fatherhood. I gotta give a special. Thank you. Once again, rob Marciano for giving me a few minutes of his time here. It was so cool pleased me up on Twitter guys that DM over on Instagram. Let me know what you thought about today's podcast. I always loved to read your feedback and lock in for tomorrow. We're gonna have a frogman Friday short of podcast here. We have the father of frogman. Former navy seal team six operator rob O'neil, his dad. Thomas O'Neill will be here. So it will be very interesting. A little bit of a different flavor to it. Don't miss out on that. And please don't forget to tell every father India neighborhood or in your contact list about the podcast you're first-class fatherhood. I can't say thank you to all the listeners out there for all your support lock in for tomorrow show. That's all I got you guys today on lace. You have been listening to I last bothering please remember guys, we are not babysitters. We are fathers, and we're not just fathers. We are first class bothers. So. Down. Took some time. I open. No. Tau?.
"rob marciano" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood
"And mom and dad. I mean, they if this school is delayed by two hours gotta get to work. I mean mom's gonna be two hours late. That's the. That's not necessarily good thing for for her or the company, she may or he may work for so I'm with you there man, either pull the trigger and shut shut it down. Or are forcing the school yet a half a day with the delayed opening Israel Bush league, I think, but I know you said that you came to father late in the game here. So how did becoming a father to change your perspective on life? Well, it really impact all of us pretty much the same. You know, I'm standing here while talk to you. And I'm looking at my faith thinking, I'm it has rounded me so much more. You know, you're out there chasing life, basically. And while you're chasing life life, kind of passing you by. And when you when you have your first child you realize, wow, there's there's a a greater. Reason for being on this earth. And just me chasing. What what this life has offer me now about what life I can give to someone else. And that's impactful slows you down. Stop it. Smell the roses you cherish every little moment. And you realize that you are now charged with a greater responsibility than you ever thought you had before you had a child yet, very well said now this your daughter watch you on TV rob with doing the weather or has the fascination of seeing data on the TV. They're kinda ward off a bit. Does. She still check out the show. Mom, doesn't put me on through often. But you know, if I'm out there, and it's form if it's it's a little bit, Harry Madeleine gets a little bit nervous there two. She was frightened to watch major spanning and some wind and rain. So it's not necessarily things she something that we we like to do. But if it's just me on studio playing around doing silly things. Yes. Sure. So she gets a kick out actually brought my daughter on a life shot wants to Eminem factory on good Morning America thought, she get a charge out of that. And she we put her on television. There was supposed to be able to kid there. But they didn't show up. So we put her on the air, and as outgoing and as freewheeling socially as she is life came on. And she he she tighten up a little bit, and daddy, you would think which would step in and and V season pro and workers through this mess, but I was nervous having child on television. That's that maybe the only time, I'm. Really nervous on the air as when I have somebody. I love on with me. I don't wanna miss it. And look at the factory once in a lifetime deal for the kids. So she have had experience Dovan, the Eminem and everything was fine. But being on TV's is what he does. And she knows more importantly on the weather can see Love's weather too. So whether she into that profession that's up to her, but we all like being outside for sure. Very cool. What was the transition like for you, rob going from one child to to and adding his son into the mix here. And how is your daughter's response to taking on the role of big sister? Everyone says all your daughter's older. So she's going to be a maternal. She's gonna be helper. It's going to be great. Well, she just like any other kid insure you experience this when the second one the second one comes out and matter how old you are the attention goes to that one then the little jealous. So there were certainly some jealousy. There was time where she basically ignoring the baby and making things more difficult for it. But we're working through that now, and she's become a he's bracing the role of the big sister ask for me when we went to have second with the first time around like like most news, I was kind of excited to have a voice, but knowing when when we have birth it wouldn't matter, and certainly not the case, and she's studies little girl, and I love having daughter to the point where when we had our second. I kinda was hoping for another girl 'cause I was. I afraid I wouldn't know to do with the point. I mean, I'm all About Eve party dress up man, that's my deal now. And but having a boy make change your hat with a little pressure on you as a man. And now, it's a little more rough and tumble. But that aspect of it has been so much fun. And I couldn't be happier. And I'm excited to see him develop in into a man. Yeah. Awesome. I had it in the.
Eye Opener: Deadly storms move up the East Coast
"Weather watchers keeping an eye on possible flooding in the aftermath of yesterday's high winds. Heavy rain and tornado sightings in central Virginia. Damage reports pouring in but no reported injuries. All of this is playing havoc with Easter and Passover celebrations storms minutes, the east coast ABC senior meteorologist, rob Marciano is tracking those conditions stores. Such all the way down to the south reaching back into of Memphis, but North Carolina and Virginia the hot spots, the storms getting up through DC and Philadelphia New York City by daybreak and then getting the heavier rain really for much of Saturday morning through New England so much. So we expect flash flood watches. The national weather service will decide Monday whether to confirm tornado sightings and Louisa and Brunswick county near south hill and a third spotted in
Georgia, Rob Marciano And New York City discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir
"And we begin with the extreme weather barely across the country that new winter storm triggering emergencies and this just in closing schools here in New York City and across the storm zone. The snow also expected to create a travel nightmare snow in hazy conditions on the highway there in Saint Louis this car spinning backwards on an icy road in Colorado Springs in Wichita cars, overturning after the biggest snowfall in three years their while to the south take a look at this several confirmed tornadoes already turning deadly this monster tornado seen in war. Robins Georgia and these drone images of homes damaged near Columbus. Georgia one hundred thirty million Americans in the path of the extreme weather the northeast bracing for a treacherous morning commute. ABC's? Rob Marciano tracking it all from Boston. The storm now headed that way tonight of ferocious late winter storm lasting across the country. As you see here. We're experiencing some pretty heavy snowfall driving already treacherous across the
"rob marciano" Discussed on WRVA
"Of west coast, editions of the Wall Street Journal and New York Times which are printed at facilities in downtown LA. In a statement, the department of homeland security says we are aware of reports of a potential cyber incident affecting several news outlets and are working with our government and industry partners to better understand the situation as many federal workers are furloughed because of partial government shutdown when they do get paid again, they will not be a scheduled raise following through on a promise made earlier this year, President Trump on Friday issued an executive order freezing federal workers pay for twenty nineteen cancelling an across the board pay increase slated to take effect in January. The order also cancelled something called the locality pay increase which adjusts paychecks based on the region of the US we're workers are assigned. This does not affect a scheduled pay raise for the military taking effect in two thousand nineteen that's ABC's Chuck Sivertsen reporting. So what's on? Dhec weather wise for New Year's revellers going to be a lot warmer than it was last year. One of the coldest on record last year. This year will be much milder, but it's going to be wet two systems Portland. Seattle you're getting hit tonight the leftovers from New Mexico gets over Texas tomorrow with more rain there in through Arkansas. And then they combined during the day on Monday for a mostly rain adventure cargo, Detroit, Columbus, Indianapolis driving to DC and Baltimore in the evening and New York City is well by midnight when the ball drops could be one of the mildest New Year's Eve on record. That's ABC's senior meteorologist, rob Marciano and Alabama and Clemson will battle for college. Football's national championship on January seventh. It'll take place at Levi's stadium in Santa Clara, California. You're listening to ABC through the overnight hours by turning chilly for Sunday morning. We'll start today in the mid thirty s it looks like a mainly dry forecast for Sunday just chillier high temperatures in the mid forty s Ramsey twelve. I'm meteorologist Megan wise with these radio eleven forty W R, V and ninety six point one FM. I'm staff Sergeant Mark Anthony McGrath sergeant.
With no deal, U.S. government shutdown likely to drag on past Christmas
"Quote, we won in the fight against ISIS and announced. The US would withdraw troops from Syria. His Defense Secretary resigned and Saturday another high level departure ABC's Lana Zack has more breadth. Mcgurk the top US on void to the global coalition to defeat. Isis said he could not carry out the president's orders to withdraw from Syria and quote, maintain my integrity. And now the president is hitting back in a flurry of tweets calling mcgurk agreement Stander and downplaying his resignation as a quote nothing event in Indonesia assu, NAMI tearing through areas in between the islands of Java and Sumatra at least two hundred and twenty two people were killed the wave. Triggering officials. Say officials say after a volcanic eruption ABC's rob Marciano has more on what happened. We do think that because of an eruption there we had an underwater landslide. Which basically does the same thing that a regular soon? Nami does which is you get a displacement of water when that happens these things can travel up to four five hundred miles per hour. Even with a warning system. It will take less than ten minutes. For this soon. Nami to get to where it was. So very little in the way of warning rescue crews now scrambling to find survivors, you're listening to ABC news. Newsradio six ten WTVN. I'm
Rob Marciano, Rob Carpenter and Florida discussed on WAOK Programming
"Report. I'm rob carpenter breaking. Now there is still a race against time to find the missing and get help to those in need ABC's senior meteorologist rob Marciano from Panama City, Florida. President Trump and the first lady getting their first look at the destruction from hurricane Michael in Lynn haven, Florida hard to believe I've seen pictures, but it's hard to believe when you're above it in a plane and to see the total devastation. Left. Until after incredible. Meanwhile, the hard hit ground zero
"rob marciano" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Forecast at does look warm temperatures in the eighties. We'll see a mixture of clouds and sunshine overnight lows will drop down into the seventies. And then tomorrow better chance to see some scattered showers. Maybe a rumble of thunder as well. With high temperatures topping out right around eighty degrees sharply cooler on Thursday with highs topping out at sixty seven degrees as we welcome more fall like weather under wwl haywire. Meteorologist Suzanne, Oregon. It's partly cloudy and eighty four our top story Louisville's dome. Thief is back on the Ron. Here's Haley Hanson Barton Bishop was arrested at the beginning of July following a string of yard thefts in the highlands. Police say he would walk through people's yards before stealing items, including lawn ornaments, hanging plants bird, baths, and even lawn gnomes. He was facing sixty seven charges of receiving stolen property, but recently failed to appear in court. Louisville. Metro police are now warning residents to hide your gnomes and call police if you know of bishops whereabouts Healy Hanson, NewsRadio eight forty W H A S hurricane Michael is taking aim on the Florida panhandle expected to hit land tomorrow ABC's, rob Marciano is in Panama City beach may have not one not two but three evacuation zones here. They don't do that very often, which means areas. Well, inland are evacuating. Today in anticipation of this storm surge in the panhandle could be as high as ten feet. The new year will feature a new UN ambassador as Nikki Haley will resign in three months. Appearing with Haley in the Oval Office today. President Trump said Haley has done an incredible job and hates to lose her. Haley has been on the job since the start of the Trump administration after a contentious confirmation process Brett Cavanaugh began his duties as supreme court Justice hearing two cases today with the acrimonious and deeply partisan debate over his nomination. Now behind him Justice Cavanaugh took his seat at the end of the bench Tuesday morning, next to Justice Elena Kagan who years ago hired him to teach at Harvard is my daughter's also in the courtroom seated with family members of other justices, cavenaugh hearing cases, dealing with matters of robbery and burglary. Emily wral reporting. Anthony Weiner, the disgraced. Former congressman could be released from federal prison early. The new York Daily News says Weiner is doing time for sexting with a binder will be let out three months early due to good behavior. Weiner was sentenced to twenty one months for sharing lewd photos of himself with fifteen year old girl is expected to be released in may. Your next news update at two thirty. I'm Paul miles. Newsradio. Eight forty W H A S Kentucky Anna's,.
Tropical Storm Michael could bring heavy rainfall to Gulf Coast
"Thirty four. Tropical storm Michael is headed for the Gulf Coast and then possibly turning northeast. Correspondent rob Marciano is watching it in the Caribbean sea or computer models bringing it towards the Gulf Coast from Panama City to say Gulfport Mississippi likely to strengthen as it does. So getting over the very warm waters of the Gulf of Mexico to potentially a hurricane by the time makes landfall sometime during the day on Wednesday. There are indications it could head northeast. In the
"rob marciano" Discussed on WRVA
"Hurricane Florence expected to become a major category. Three or four storm hitting the Carolinas Thursday in the past hour, South Carolina. Governor Henry McMaster with details that spell torrential rains is traveling across ocean a little slower than it was yesterday and how direction. Swells generated by hurricane Florence or affecting Bermuda beginning to reach portions of the US east. Coast says the national weather service setting the these are likely to cause life-threatening surf and rip currents ABC news meteorologist, rob Marciano. We have two other tropical storms and Isaac and Helene Helene likely to stay a fish storm. But is it will be motoring towards the Caribbean likely as a hurricane and Puerto Rico is in the cone of uncertainty. Six more women accused CBS chief moon vests of sexual misconduct or assault. ABC's? Dave Packer New Yorker reporting that the incident allegedly took place between the nineteen eighties and the early two thousands some women saying moon vase retaliated after they rebuffed him damaging their careers CBS corporation, telling ABC news, our board of directors is conducting a thorough investigation of these matters. The New Yorker magazine also reporting that moon, Vesey is negotiating his exit with the CBS board of directors lawyers for sexual misconduct accusers. Some reserve oh suing President Trump for defamation say, the Mr.. Trump agrees to answer written questions, which would be considered under oath this conflict with testimony, given a congress by the now attorney general Trump's one time foreign policy adviser during the campaign says then Senator Jeff Sessions was in favor of a meeting between President Trump and Russia's President Vladimir Putin sessions told congress he shut that idea down George popadopoulos spoke publicly for the first time since the sentencing on ABC's this week. This is a meeting for about two years ago. My recollection differs from Jeff Sessions says Trump was now committed to the idea either way seventy Ramos ABC news, Washington or listening to humid this afternoon. High temperatures in the low nineties skill out a couple of showers and storms. Otherwise, we are looking partly cloudy this evening overnight. Low temperatures in the low seventies fantasy twelve I'm meteorologist Megan wise with NewsRadio eleven forty W R V and now a ninety six point one FM. Nutritional nuggets of information..
"rob marciano" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir
"In the west and tonight heavy rain is going across the country this flash flooding is in southern utah abc senior meteorologist rob marciano tracking it all tonight he's in central park rob good evening get any tom flash flooding is affecting some burn scar areas from fires that we're going on earlier this year let's check it out the monsoon has been intense the past couple of days and flash flood watches and warnings now flagstaff the interstates in route sixty six as well getting some flooding on the roadways there and just to the west of colorado springs we've got some intense showers happy in the heat is pretty hot as well ninety four degrees tomorrow expected in portland well into the nineties there today and these are areas including seattle that don't have air conditioning heat and humidity again tomorrow cross the southeast and it's creeping up the i ninety five quarter ninety five expected in new york heat advisories they're up through albany syracuse and buffalo as well right through tuesday tom all right rob will say tracking that rain out west thank you we turn out to that ten seen in chicago tonight after a police involved shooting death on the city south side protesters took to the streets demanding to see the officers body cam video and a short time ago the chicago police department made the unusual move for their department of releasing that video to the public with thin hours abc's zachary quiche with the images that are difficult to watch tonight after mounting public pressure chicago police releasing bodycam video capturing the fatal encounter with a man outside of a convenience store police seen approaching thirtysevenyearold hair with at gustis who's backing away into a patrol car he shirt coming up revealing what police say is a semiautomatic weapon near as waste officers opened fire after he appears to put his hand near the gun but these things happen a split second and officers have to make decisions quickly when you see the video you know you you take a look at it and you you come to your own conclusions i'm sure the video released following clashes with police and protesters this weekend at least four injured in several more arrested as demonstrators scuffled with officers in jumped on patrol cars on the south side of chicago we're not going anywhere today on the stand that just got to stop five down whether recovers chess five place say along with a gun they also recovered ammunition magazines in augusta's possession in with more protests expected tonight.
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"Mph winds abc's rob marciano telling us that people in parts of the caribbean still on edge reeling from hurricane maria dominika which got crushed by maria and martinique guadeloupe they're all in the path as puerto rico potentially as we go to sunday into monday russell watching tropical depression number three but clearly in the caribbean a fragile situation national hurricane center forecasters also sending an air force plane to more closely monitor a tropical depression that's off the coast of north carolina they say could turn into tropical storm chris news ninety six point five where orlando turns burs breaking news leslie sending a partly cloudy skies early and by this afternoon scattered showers and storms will develop our chance of rain today down forty percent from channel nine eyewitness news meteorologist eboni dion under all clear right now on news ninety six point five wdbo interacted weather radar we've got lots of sunshine it is eighty one in orlando olsen law begins in just a couple of minutes developing this hour seventeen year old boy arrested one week after orlando police say he raped a woman at gunpoint at a park and stole a car early morning shooting in daytona beach two men injured police say it happened outside a nightclub on seabreeze boulevard near a one a they're continuing to look for the shooter orange county deputy searching for two suspects accused of attacking an elderly couple in their home navigator say the couple posed as inspectors woman thrown to the floor as the suspect tried to take a ring off her finger neighbors on edge telling gentle line my parents and that really ever since then i'm more cautious than i used to be as a.
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"Damaging storms already and tonight the threat is not over meteorologist rob marciano tracking it all he's live along the west side highway here in new york tonight hey rob hey david that same system bring the severe weather as pumped up the heat on the east coast record regmi stuff here now and actually we've got some storms that are heading in this way you see it on the radar scope some of these strong heading across northern jersey trudging across the hudson into connecticut and a couple of tornado warnings west at the moi's severe thunderstorm watches out in that pacific luckily this is an awakening phase after midnight we will have some storms tomorrow but not as severe as they have in the past couple of days and another day of temperatures near ninety might be three days in row for some folks that would officially be the first official he whip david while marciano with us again tonight rob thank you next year new developments tonight about that deadly military plane crash in georgia tonight we know that the flight was supposed to be the plane's last one and you'll remember this surveillance camera showing the national guard cargo plane spinning and a nosedive then exploding into a fireball on the highway below tonight we're learning more about the nine national guardsmen who did not survive abc's stevenson samis on the scene tonight military invest gators are out working in the hot georgia sun wearing full body protective suits piecing together what happened to this crash cargo plane outside savannah it went up and to the right and bank ment and then kind down in corkscrew in the middle of twenty one people who saw the plane seen here falling nose first into the ground didn't expect survivors nine members of the puerto rican national guard were killed including their pilot major jose roman rosado who leaves behind two young boys and a wife who's pregnant with a baby girl after today more than fifty servicemembers have died in these kind of non combat related air accidents in the last year most of them stateside far more than the number of servicemembers killed in actual combat the pentagon tonight says it doesn't have a crisis crisis crisis for each of these families and we own them a full investigation the plane was built in nineteen sixty five and was headed here to a military graveyard in arizona.
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"Good evening and it's great to have you with us here at a tuesday night and it is hard to believe but another nor'easter the fourth one is set to hit within just hours and it is major more than a foot of snow in some places and some of the power behind this system already bringing deadly tornadoes look at this they are bracing for another dangerous night at least eleven confirmed twisters already this one in fall phil alabama the outbreak destroying homes and buildings these pictures from jacksonville alabama and just look at this nor'easter forming and moving in already tonight winter storm warnings from dc to philly from new york to boston and as i mentioned schools already shut down here in new york city let's get right to meteorologist rob marciano leading us off tonight with the new track rob good evening get any david this is a large and complex system so i want to get right to take a look at this we still have a severe threat across parts of florida and two areas of winter weather this evening already across the northeast and that one in the midwest it's all going to combine here over the next twenty four hours so here we go sleet has been falling with snow in philadelphia already dc you're going to see it by tomorrow morning miserable morning rush and then the lows combined into a full blown nor'easter by the time midday and the late day commute rolls around wind sleet snow and that continues through thursday morning for eastern new england here's what we think for snow totals forty eight in boston six to ten in new york city of foot possibly better than that and philly four to eight inches way now the cherry blossom trees in dc and the outskirts we'll see more than that i think again we're gonna see tree damage and power outages with this system but unlike the last one the roads will likely be worse this time around david we'll be tracking it through the morning on gma rob thank you we turn now to the school shooting in maryland a seventeen year old student with a semi automatic handgun walking in and opening fire students rushed to the hospital heavily armed teams outside the building on lockdown frightened students huddling under their desks anxious parents rushing to take their children home abc's kenneth moten from maryland tonight.
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"In massachusetts ending up on wanted side and take a look at the lake effect wide out in buffalo bills and the colds nearly playing blind and behind all this a big chill is now on the way for a huge stretch of the country abc senior meteorologist rob marciano starts us off night more than one hundred million americans feeling the effects of this winter blast lake affect snow falling from indiana to new york thunder snow startling west seneca three miles south this seen the bills cold game snow falling updates you inches per hour so thicket times you can barely see the field indiana drivers dealing with wide out conditions slick roads causing hundreds of crashes in the northeast this weekend and connecticut a jack knifed tractor trailer slowing traffic to a crawl this driver careening in an icy pon outside boston swimming to safety through frigid waters tonight the usually mild south still reeling at the height of the winter storm almost three hundred thousand without power face popping allo they never know knowing putney off cruise now working to get everyone back on line along with the warriors villagers red gone but one major school district outside atlanta still in the dark and closed monday and robbed joins us live now rob after all the snow a big chill now on the way yeah we've got a big snap comey tom is still a affects knows are gonna continue tonight so let's take a look at that i is gonna be a a dicey specially south the buffalo north of syracuse he got warnings out till seven am tomorrow and up to twenty inches in spots if not more is possible in another clipper system coming through the great lakes tuesday wednesday is gonna bring some of this call it look at these numbers these are afternoon wind chills as kohl as warm as it's going to field chicago eight to two trees in green bay eight degrees in chicago and detroit and on wednesday similar numbers as it goes to the some of the bigger cities from dc the boston teens for after new wind chill high temperatures that is the coldest air the season top five there and buffalo were they had all that snow right rob thank you next to the west california's thomas fire already more than two hundred seventy square miles that's bigger than chicago and intensifying tonight crossing into santa barbara county wishing across the.
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"Abc's rob marciano was in san juan that the latest yesterday we managed to drive down to the southern part were landfall hit and i've never seen anything like it as far as the amount of trees that were destroyed millions of them splintered obliterated looked like a a nuclear bomb went off there and amongst that there are towns that that are just trying to survive after this storm thing the puerto rican can the is such a big part of new york governor andrew cuomo took off today headed for the island and he says they're not coming emptyhanded thirty six thousand bottles of water ten thousand meals that are ready to we three thousand canned goods fourteen hundred coutts in mexico city they are still scrambling to find survivors trapped in the rubble after tuesday's seven point one magnitude earthquake abc's net government is in mexico city hung is running out and as we learned overnight the death toll here has risen to over two hundred seventy and complicating the efforts of rescuers is that some of the buildings that were shaken but still standing are now unstable making a dangerous for the rescuers in mexico officials are now saying that the little girl believed trapped in the rubble under her school building never existed several bodies were removed from the debris pile of what's left of that school they think the rescuers might have mistakenly thought they saw fingers move more back and forth insults between president trump and north korean president kim jonghoon starting with this week's un speech when the president promised to totally destroy north korea kim jonghoon says president trump will pay dearly for those words that wing whatever trump might have expected he will face results beyond his expectation calling him mentally deranged a gangster unfit for office abc senior white house correspondent cecilia vega markets dow down.
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"The dam's nick rank of its newsradio seven forty ktrh all the new league discovered in the historic battleship texas in lepore the operators of the ship say that the latest leaks about aid feet from the ship centerline it comes three months after the vintage battleship closed down for repairs and refurbishments crews are working to find the exact source of the leak and come up with a solution to fix it in the meantime operators say the ship remains open to the public ktrh news time four owed three puerto rico bracing for impact from cat five hurricane maria winds of one hundred seventy five miles an hour authorities saying that that could be the most powerful hurricane to hit that island in a century or thunderstorms going to hit between nine a m and five so here's a positive today's of that will hit mostly during the day but they are neither this qatar power of hurricane maria is simply frightening that's abc news senior meteorologist rob marciano the texans will be back on the road this sunday to face an old familiar nemesis super bowl champion new orleans heard new england patriots coach bill o'brien pleased with the progress verkey quarterback to shot watson so far more reps he gets you know the game wraps obviously but the practice reps you know he'll get the bulk of the first team reps now and i just think just based on that alone in his film study and learning from weektoweek he'll get better and better kick off from foxborough twelve noon sunday the astros meanwhile look at a chase down the cleveland indians for the best record the a al used at hosting this guy white sox last night amid obeyed parked alex bragman gave the astor's the lead in the fourth in left center field pretty well running across the dell monaco head there steve sparks on the call the astra's went on to win that one three.
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"Or center ktrh news time twelve all want our top story tropical storm watches issued for parts of the east coast as hurricane jose lurks just off shore in the caribbean abc senior meteorologist rob marciano says armagh battered islands are bracing for a strengthening hurricane maria this thing really has developed pretty rapidly tadeu category one seventy five mile an hour winds as the east of barbados by about one hundred fifty miles that are become a category to storm that hit the islands of monday night into tuesday we've got warnings in watches up for the same mile as it got hit by armagh and then getting to puerto rico looks like wednesday as a categorythree storm continuing on towards the turks and caicos meanwhile sunday was the first day back for many residents of the floor florida keys the they were allowed back to their homes at investigation is underway into the evacuation of a flooded port arthur nursing home during hurricane harvey this is a preliminary investigation into possible wrongdoings that occurred in this facility during the evacuation such schedule flooding of this sold during hurricane or porter answer police officer michael a bear says that a criminal search warrant was served at the league arthur place unearthing mersing rehabilitation center last week the nursing home came under criticism for family of residents after its handling of the evacuations during flooding from harvey about 74 residents were evacuated during those floods of the insurance council of texas calling hurricane harvey the costliest storm and stayed history the insurance council says there were nineteen billion dollars in insured losses from harvey one is struck the gulf coast in southeast texas last month property losses have been reported it over three billion dollars while both auto and commercial property losses are around five billion the figures do not however include residential property losses from flooding nick reich of its newsradio 740 ktrh i'll just a few weeks ago but it worth east water purification plant was underwater now it's expanding their silvestre turner says this is the largest water treatment project in the world this is a monumental and it was safe and reliable drinking water.
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"I was pinned down in the dining room we fully got up held the baby and escaped he explains tonight with at least fifteen dead rescuers are still hoping for more stories like his uncovering crumbled pieces of some of the more than forty homes that were obliterated a hotel is also buried beneath the rubble but officials say it's still unclear whether any taurus are among the missing tom marsa goods odds with a search and rescue efforts marcy thank you know the dangerous weather back here at home to stormrelated deaths reported in arkansas and take a look at this a tornado rolling right towards the home depot in new jersey among the doors wide open shoppers turkey for cover plus drenching rain south of pittsburgh the flash flooding damaged trees and buildings all related tropical depression cindy every senior meteorologist rob marciano has more extreme weather today spinning up this tornado in central new jersey witnesses at this home depot running inside for cover powerful winds flinging the doors wide open torrential rains thrashing the window lightning strikes with sheets of rain drenching argun not the same line of storms down in trees and toppling power lines across the garden state west of pittsburgh flash flooding damaging homes and washing out roadways eras total rain you couldn't see anything in springfield missouri powerful winds tearing off the roof of a car wash catapulting it into this house and north of boston wins toppling a tree right through a house crushing its front porch torrential rain washing out roads in central michigan and a massive lightning bolt obliterating this house in harrison it's remains scorched and covered in black ash.