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"ryan walburn" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:56 min | 4 months ago

"ryan walburn" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Geography matter anymore? Well specific locations like the Bay Area still be an attraction. When it comes to high tech investment, innovation and recruitment. Holic want KCBS with the warm, dry weather continuing throughout the Bay Area. Red flag fire warning remains in effect until tomorrow morning. Ryan Walburn, forecaster for the National Weather Service, says the next few hours will be critical. So things are definitely going to ramp up this morning again. Down in the valleys where a lot of people are. They may not notice the hills. But those winds are going to be up there and increasing I would say, you know, through lunchtime today is going to be the peak of the winds. Ah, and then people are going to really notice that things are going to dry out this afternoon is that dry really filters over the entire Bay area. Meanwhile, the red flag fire weather has prompted state officials to adjust their response. Hey, CBS reporter Tim Ryan has more on that part of the story. A red flag fire warning is in effect until Friday morning for elevated areas of five Bay Area counties Alameda Cinema, Contra Acosta, Santa Clara and Napa. The fire threat, however, will last right through the weekend spokesman Brian Ferguson with a state office of emergency services. Prepositioning strike teams of multiple engines so there were to be a fire start. We can get on it quickly and put it out before it becomes a dangerous situation. But now you know the equation. Powerful north winds dry humidities. Of course, the lack of rainfall ramping up this fire danger late October with any degree of winds is a really dangerous time for us. So I want to be proactive and those of you tuned in right now on battery powered radios, confined phone, charger, snacks and cold water at one of six Barea PG any community resource centers. Tim Ryan KCBS. Now the pandemic had been AH, hard hit for wine Countries, vintners. Then the fires hit, choking the region with smoke for weeks.

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"ryan walburn" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:07 min | 4 months ago

"ryan walburn" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Testing. Regarding the Corona virus. Meanwhile, there is news in the Bay Area this morning, and it's coming from the weather Department. As you probably know where we are in the middle of a red flag fire warning as Mohr dry offshore wind is building and in fact, the wind speeds have really come up. Let's go live to the KCBS Ring Central news line. I'm joined by a National Weather Service forecast for Ryan, Walburn and Ryan and indeed just has a scheduled It looks like we're seeing these north northeasterly winds pick up at the higher elevations for sure. Yeah, absolutely. As we're heading towards sunrise here, Mount Diablos, now 45 Miles an hour gusting with sustained winds of 35. So they're coming down the Central Valley. Right now We're starting to see some hits up in the Napa Hills. And actually, right now, it looks like it's favoring the East Bay Hill. The The initial push of winds comes over the Bay Area and along with the wind speeds. What about the humidity? Yes. So the humidities again up in the hills. I'm seeing values. 16 19% 20% Anything under 30% we consider to be critically dry. Okay? And what is the prognostication? Then? Over the next few hours Right, so so things are definitely going to ramp up this morning again. Down in the valleys where a lot of people are. They may not notice the hills. But those winds are going to be up there and increasing. I would say, you know, through lunchtime today is going to be the peak of the winds. On Then people are going to really noticed that things are going to dry out this afternoon as that dry really filters over the entire Bay area, and then we get a break in this blade today into tomorrow is that the best guest still Yeah, There will be that typical second burst of winds again tonight, perhaps not quite as strong but but it's going to be just so darn dry. Then that break that you're alluding to that happens really? Friday and into Saturday. Do you think we're going to get a good push a marine air some higher humidity, and then I know there's a little bit of fatigue with all this, but really got to give a heads up. There is the potential for Ah Another stronger wind event as we get to the second half of the weekend and early next week, so we'll be keeping our eyes on that. Okay? And then, finally is that the big picture that is driving all of these dry wind events through here about to shift or where does that stand? No. Unfortunately, not If you look at the big picture on the national news, you're going to be hearing about snow up in the Dakotas in Montana, and that's what's driving the wind around here. But as we look ahead towards the end of the month through Halloween, there's absolutely no threat of rain in the forecast and don't see any more wind events once we get past this weekend, but next week, you know, continue no rain and warm afternoons. All right. Thanks for your time this morning, Ryan Walburn with the National Weather Service. So again, we're really just getting started on these stronger dry winds, which will be a dominant factor in the weather. Through today into tomorrow, and so the high fired interest situation does persists. Sarah Lights, Fivethirtyeight now key, CBS and standing by in your local Honda dealers. Traffic Center. Here's Kim. Good morning to you stand. We have some very persistent stop and go traffic this morning through San Lorenzo now getting into Hayward because of overnight.

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"ryan walburn" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

07:04 min | 5 months ago

"ryan walburn" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Dot com today. It's 10 03 of the Bay Area's new station, KCBS enhance a blue sky. Otherwise partly cloudy and hazy Good morning, and for Rebecca Corral and Martin Shaper. Here's what's happening much clearer skies this morning. The much watched air quality index is steadily improved for many Bay Area communities. And while the numbers are improving, they are not perfect. And smoke from the West Coast. Wildfires continues to spread across the country, KCBS reporter Holly Kwon tells us. It's already impacting air travel. Does it feel like it's been a month? Since you've seen blue sky? Our son will hang in there. You might spot some today. Tomorrow does Mark 30 days of spare the air designations. But if you think we've had it bad the Y in Portland this morning has been over for 40, according to the EPA. It's what prompted Alaska Airlines and sister company Horizon to suspend flights in and out of Portland and Spokane until at least three o'clock this afternoon. Alaska has over 130 departures from the area airports, which makes us the airlines, third biggest market airports that are seeing much better visibility this morning, Ryan Walburn with the National Weather Service. Do you think it'll be a gradual improvement, Especially the people in the North Bay should see some better air today down to San Francisco. Unfortunately, the South Bay, particularly Santa Clara County, they're most likely to continue to get smoke from the Dolan player, which is burning down near Big Sur in the southwest when they're going to kind of push that smoke towards of Santa Clara County today. But a satellite map from the National Weather Service this morning also shows thick plumes of smoke over Yosemite and the Central Valley from the creek and SQL fires stretching all the way to Reno smoke that could eventually end up on the East Coast. And Waldron says, even Europe all Ikhwan KCBS east of Oroville Search and Rescue crews are digging through the rubble of the North complex fire Last night, Buchanan sheriff's deputies announced they found another body. That brings the death toll to 15 in the north. Complex fires more than 264,000 acres have burned implements and bute counties. Most of the victims of the north. Complex fires near Chico have been identified, ranging in age from 16 to 77, KCBS reporter Tim Ryan explains. The death toll has risen to 15, while the number of people considered missing has dropped to fire officials say the winds they expected yesterday never materialized because a thick layer of smoke has the effect of blocking winds. So we finally have something positive to say about all that smoke. After a meeting with the president in Sacramento, Governor Newsome toured an animal rescue facility near Orville. Explaining what he believes is behind all of these fires. Climate change huts are getting a lot hotter. The drives are getting a lot drier. We're still struggling through the last 56 years where we have been in drought conditions in the stake more than 700 structures have been destroyed, including two schools, explained an emotional county school superintendent, Mary Sakuma. We will rise together from the ashes to build our future. We are beauts school. Strong Butte County does have experienced losing schools to fire and then rebuilding them bigger. And better. Tim Ryan. KCBS cruise air close to containing two of the bigger fires burning in Northern California, Cal fire officials say the S U Lightning complex fire, which burned nearly 397,000 acres in the East and South Bay's and parts of the Central Valley is now 98% contained. And the Ellen you lightning complex in the North Bay is now 97% contained. The CCU Lightning complex fires in Santa Cruz and San Mateo counties is now 91% contained so far, it's burned over 86,000 acres. President Trump awarded the crews of to California Army National Guard helicopters, the nation's highest flying honors for their dangerous rescue of hundreds of campers trapped in the Sierra East of Fresno last week. Inside a hangar at Sacramento's McClellan Airport. Trump presented each of the seven crew members the Distinguished Flying Cross, which recognizes extraordinary heroism in flight. Trump says the crew's received word that it was too dangerous to continue their mission, rescuing hundreds of people trapped by the creek fire. But he says they flew in anyway, admits the smoke and flames to rescue everyone safely. Small ceremony was attended by the crew members, their families and governor Newsome in an interview with reporters after the flights, the pilot's described the mission is the most dangerous they've ever done just ahead on KCBS. More container ships have been steering toward the port of Oakland. With a check of traffic. Here's George Rask were headed to the Bay Bridge, sponsored by PG Any Good Morning, Margie a pretty good ride for the westbound Bay Bridge to meet Oring lights, who are on a little longer than usual this morning, but they're off now, and there's no real backup or delay and eastbay. Traffic conditions are pretty good. We're not tracking any major problems or hot spots. In the South Bay. There's a couple of slow spots like the ride on Highway 17 north bound, leading into Campbell, north of Los Gatto's. The North Bound ride on 17, heading up from 85 toward Camden Avenue is a little slow, and there's also a little slowing south bound. On 80 same freeway just a different number right at the Stevens Creek, offering up north of the 2, 88 80 interchange and North bound traffic on 85 heading toward blossom Eel Road is just a little slow passing coddle. I don't see any road work there, but we'll keep an eye on it to see if that backup should develop. Any further San Francisco traffic where we would usually see quite a big delay Getting outbound on the central freeway traffic now just slows from just past the mission. Van Ness off ramp out toward Octavia Boulevard. Next update. 10 18 traffic leader KCBS. Theo KCBS Bay Area forecast Partly cloudy, hazy and smoking today with some areas of poor air quality. But we do have some hints of blue sky as well foggy at the coast highs from the sixties to the mid eighties. We have some improving air quality index numbers. Tonight partly to mostly cloudy. A chance of drizzle at the coast lows in the upper fifties and tomorrow mostly cloudy in the morning. Partly cloudy and study in the afternoon. Improving conditions highs in the sixties Coast side the mid eighties inland, But we still do have that spare the air alert. In effect for today and tomorrow, traffic and weather together on the eights on all news, one of 6:19 A.m. 7 40 KCBS. 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"ryan walburn" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

04:54 min | 6 months ago

"ryan walburn" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Germany's Alexander's Vera that the U. S Open in New York City. Asian financial markets are higher. I'm Tom Foti, CBS News It's a profile of the Bay Area's new station, KCBS body and hazy and fog tonight with lows in the forties and fifties. Good evening, and Susan Kennedy. And here's what's happening. A soul traffic accident near the Golden Gate Bridge Toll Plaza this morning led to the hospitalization of multiple CHP officers, according to the CHP. The incident happened just before noon when officers responded to the report. A possibly impaired driver crashed into the movable barrier on the bridge, officer Andrew Barclay says, while the unconscious driver was being tended to CHP officer reached into the vehicle to put it into park and became violently ill. These five people, along with the driver were all taken to the hospital of all other driver, all which our sponsors, actually all of which are police or going give ridge all but the driver of the car have been released from the hospital. Barclay says it's believed officers were exposed to fentanyl, powerful synthetic opioid. That's 50 to 100 times more potent than morphine and accounts for most drug overdose deaths in the United States due to the extreme danger of fentanyl exposure, the Alexander Avenue off ramp from North found 101, as well as the on ramp had to be closed in the area was deemed both a crime scene. And a half bath scene. Everyone wants to know when the smoke will leave our area. Weather forecasters tell KCBS is Betsy Gephardt. The smoke's departure is unpredictable, the National Weather Service says, trying to do smoke modeling that is trying to predict smoke. Weather patterns is tough because there are so many variables these days fire starting up fires being put out prescribed burns and the like. But as for when skies will clear meteorologist Ryan Walburn points out, there's a ton of smoke. Still hanging around above the Pacific Ocean slope from the Oregon in Northern California. Fires blew out over the ocean. So right now, we can clearly see on the satellite imagery that that there's still a lot of smoke offshore. Walburn says that voluminous smoke still has to blow east over the Bay Area before it clears away from us that we still have fired. Burning down your big sir, that's quite active. Walburn is cautiously predicting it could be Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday before the smoke all blows through The Silicon Valley Bureau Betsy Gebhardt, KCBS San Francisco 40. Niners lost 20 to 24 against the Arizona Cardinals at Levi Stadium today. Normally thousands of Niner fans would have been at the local sports bar is watching the team's first outing of the season. CBS is Jeffrey Shop was at a Santa Rosa Sports bar, where they brought all the action's outdoors at the victory. How sports Bar. They typically have hundreds of sports fans inside their cavernous building, complete with multiple large TV screens, But they decided it's better than nothing to take the action outside. Dexter. Dak today is an avid Niners fan. Obviously, we're not inside the restaurant outside, but this is actually a pretty good set up here in the center, so I like that. Having outdoor TVs. I feel pretty safe with it being outdoor Latest. Everything's tables are socially distance or socially. Just so I feel pretty good about Jenny Oxygen is the general manager. This is challenging for you to do this incredibly challenging on just trying Todo weather and then you have the snow's getting raining ash and all of those good things, Mike Greco says He's just happy to be able to spend time with his friends rather than sitting alone cooped up in his house watching the game. A little smoky, but it's pretty nice sons trying to pop out. It's not cold. Not hot way. Got several TVs here is pretty good. Here in Santa Rosa Jeffrey Shop case, CBS and just ahead, Han KCBS. I'm Jennifer Hodges. What can we expect in California with the wildfire Seasons moving forward? It is a two way too KCBS first for traffic joke uses in the traffic center this evening. Well, the good news If you are out driving around on the Bay Area roads, there really isn't much traffic to tell you about. We do have reports of a new stall on Highway 92 eastbound at 101. It looks like it's blocking the right lane. But traffic patterns are dramatically lighter than we're used to, seeing, even on a weekend, so we really don't have too much of a delay. We have a stall or an accident that gets in the way and even other was a 40 Niner game Today is you just heard in the Jeffrey shot report? There were no fans allowed at the games. We don't have any postgame traffic that's going to jam you up as well. So if you are driving around in the Bay Area roads, really the only obstacle you're gonna run into is smoke in the batter quality. Otherwise, the berry Rhodes are looking pretty good. And light traffic patterns. Continue another check of the roads for you at 18 on the traffic leader, KCBS forecast tonight. Some clouds, haze and fog with overnight lows in the upper forties to the middle fifties. It's going to be a little cloudy,.

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"ryan walburn" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

04:36 min | 6 months ago

"ryan walburn" Discussed on KCBS All News

"The Air alert continues through tomorrow, making at the 28th consecutive day lows tonight in the fifties and lower sixties. Evening. I'm Dan Mitchinson. A traffic stop on the Golden Gate Bridge today led to the hospitalization of several CHP officers. They are recovering this evening. This happened earlier today. When officers responded to the report of a drunk driver stopped on the Golden Gate Bridge. Officer Andrew Barclay says at least seven people Were hospitalized, all other driver all which our responders, actually all of which are police or going give rich. We have the alligator off ramp closed for the time being. We have has not crews on scene to deal with it, and Barclay says it is believed the officers were exposed to fentanyl of powerful opioid. Smoke. How soon will we clear up around the Bay Area? That's a question Many are asking. KCBS Betsy Gebhardt tells us. It's tough for weather forecasters to predict exactly when that smoke will move out, the National Weather Service says trying to do smoke modeling that is trying to predict smoke. Weather patterns is tough. Because there are so many variables these days fire starting up fires being put out prescribed burns and the like. But as for when skies will clear meteorologist Ryan Walburn points out, there's a ton of smoke still hanging around above the Pacific Ocean slope from the Oregon in northern California fires blew out over the ocean. So right now, we can clearly see on the satellite imagery that that there's still a lot of smoke offshore. Walburn says that voluminous smoke still has to blow east over the Bay Area before it clears away from us caveat that we still have fired. Burning down your big sir, that's quite active. Walburn is cautiously predicting it could be Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday before the smoke all blows through. In the Silicon Valley bureau Betsy Gebhardt. KCBS wasn't the wind fans hoped for. But the San Francisco 40 Niners took to the field of Levi Stadium to face off against the Arizona Cardinals This afternoon. It was a 20 for 20 loss for the Niners. Normally thousands of Niner fans would be at local sports Bar is watching the team's first outing of the season. KCBS Jeffrey shot reports from a Santa Rosa sports bar where they had to bring all the action outdoors at the victory. How sports Bar. They typically have hundreds of sports fans inside their cavernous building, complete with multiple large TV screens, But they decided it's better than nothing to take the action outside. Dexter Dock today is an avid Niners fan. Obviously, we're not inside the restaurant outside, but this is actually Set up here at the centre, So I like that having outdoor TVs. I felt pretty safe with it. Being outdoors, like everything's tables are socially distance people socially just received, so I feel pretty good about Jenny Oxygen is the general manager. This is challenging for you to do this incredibly challenging on just trying Tio weather and then you have the snow's getting raining ash and all those good things like Riko says he's just happy to be able to spend time with his friends rather than sitting Alone cooped up at his house watching the game a little smoky, but it's pretty nice sons trying to pop out. It's not cold, Not hot. Got several TVs here is pretty good. Here in Santa Rosa Jeffrey Shop Case C B s about The only downside to that, though, was the unhealthy air. The Air quality index in San Francisco this afternoon has been right around 180 181. Just ahead on KCBS. I'm Jennifer Hodges. What can we expect in California with the wildfire Seasons moving forward? Traffic time at six. So wait. Let's get caught up with Joe Hughes. Well, one of the few areas in the Bay Area that's not experiencing much trouble right now are the freeways and highways. The roads are wide open. No crashes to tell you about. We had an earlier head on crash in Hollister Highway 1 52, near Constant of Fruita was just checking in on the map. It looks like that has finally been towed out of the way and cleared no longer looking at delays, which were backing of traffic in both directions. We do have a delay on bar because of some scheduled track maintenance through downtown San Francisco, where Bart is single tracking between Powell Street and 24th and Mission Street in both the SFO and Eastbay directions. They say to expect a minor delay. But it's we've heard it could be a CZ long as 20 minutes, so be advised. This is not related to the earlier trouble that Bart had. This was something that has been ongoing and scheduled for a long time. Next look at the roads at 6 18 on the traffic leader, CVS looking at temperatures right now around the Bay Area. We are in the well. He even a few areas into the fifties. San Francisco at 59 degrees mid sixties and Hayward.

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"ryan walburn" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:54 min | 6 months ago

"ryan walburn" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Kay CBS reporter Betsy Gebhardt. The spokes departure is a little unpredictable, the National Weather Service says, trying to do smoke modeling that is trying to predict smoke. Weather patterns is tough because there are so many variables these days fire starting up fires being put out prescribed burns and the like. But as for when skies will clear meteorologist Ryan Walburn points out, there's a ton of smoke. Still hanging around above the Pacific Ocean slope from the Oregon in Northern California. Fires blew out over the ocean. So right now, we can clearly see on the satellite imagery that that there's still a lot of smoke offshore. Walburn says. That voluminous smoke still all has to blow east over the Bay Area before it clears away from us that we still have fired. Burning down your big sir, that's quite active. Walburn is cautiously predicting it could be Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday before the smoke all blows through In the Silicon Valley bureau Betsy Gebhardt, KCBS to Los Angeles County sheriff's deputies who were shot in their patrol car at a metro rail station remain in critical condition this afternoon. Sheriff's Department reports. The male and female deputies were shot in the head yesterday in Compton. It appears to have been an ambush. Video shared by the sheriff's department showed ah person walking up to the patrol car and fired a handgun several times through the front passenger window. The search continues for the shooter and a $100,000 reward has been offered for information that leads to that person's arrest. President Trump will visit Northern California tomorrow to tour a Cal Fire command center in the Sacramento area. Get the details from Hey, CBS is Jeffrey Shall the president will visit a Cal Fire command center at McClelland Park, a former Air Force base for a briefing on the stage. Why of fires, which of charred over three million anchors. He'll be joined by state leaders and Governor Newsome, who said last week he had had a half our telephone conversation with Mr Trump aboutthe wildfires and that Mr Trump has privately promised his support. Help California. Newsome first reached out to the president last year, Democratic strategist and former press secretary to Governor Gray Davis says it's a smart move. I think the governor is wise enough to know that the federal government holds the key to the treasure chest. Terms of providing the financial recovery the state's going to need and also a lot of resources, since a good chunk of California is federal land. I think he's been very smart, too. Me with him behind the scenes and talk about the real needs of the state. The president does not intend to visit Oregon and Washington, where some of the fiercest wildfires of the nation have destroyed thousands of homes and threatened thousands of others. Jeffrey Shab, KCBS. We'll have coverage of that for you throughout the day tomorrow, here on KCBS and online at KCBS radio dot com. Because of the space parks have assumed a bigger role during this pandemic. Many have become food distribution sites, gathering spots operating spaces for local businesses. But according to city.

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"ryan walburn" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:32 min | 6 months ago

"ryan walburn" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Very much anywhere. Both 1500 ft. The hot air is just above the fog, so I know I know you got fog in Oakland and San Francisco right now, but we'll start to see that warming term starts today. Ryan Walburn with the National Weather Service says the good news is there won't be any strong winds, which bodes well for the lingering wildfires. But it's pretty much going to be like an oven starting tomorrow, lasting until Wednesday. It's not acting like normal and we're not really going to see offshore wind with this heat wave. It's just an incredibly hot air mass As your news hit, alluded to. We've got hot weather across the entire West. Western United States and its going build right over the Bay Area the whole holiday weekend. How hot possibly 115 degrees in Livermore on Sunday 110 in Concord, you Khun Surveyed salmon in water that temperature So on top of that state power regulators are already asking you to draw down the Jews from three PM until nine from tomorrow through Monday, so we don't overtax the grid. But Cal ISO officials yesterday said they did not expect rolling blackouts like we saw three weeks ago. Holly Kwan KCBS Own your own. Really? Firetruck for a kid. It sounds like a dream Come true. KCBS is Jim Taylor reports. There are deals to be had right now on Craigslist. No kidding. 17,000 bucks, and one of these big red machines could be yours. As the ad in Craigslist reads. This particular unit features ladder and hose, racking a slide out pump tray in bed cargo basket and a couple of spotlights..

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02:06 min | 7 months ago

"ryan walburn" Discussed on KCBS All News

"County Fire says evacuation orders were issued for Residents along Welsh Creek Road cars are working hard. These fires were anticipate some thunderstorms this morning. As of 7 40 Sunday night, several fires had grown together and it burned nearly 850 acres with 0% containment. 10 homes are under mandatory evacuation. There are no reports of any injuries or structures lost there at this time. Several warnings issued by the National Weather Service remain in effect at this hour due to a wildfire danger from lightning strikes. The entire Bay area remains under a red flag fire warning until 11 a.m. Monday morning. Meanwhile, while things have cooled off a bit at the coast communities along the bay Remain under an excessive heat warning until nine PM Monday. Areas where temperatures will be back above 100 degrees remain under their excessive heat warning. Until 9 p.m. Wednesday. With the thunder, Lightning and excessive, he warnings. The weather over the last couple of days seems like something you're more likely to experience in the Midwest. KCBS reporter Melissa call Ross takes a look at these unusual conditions. This is not what we're accustomed to hear A lot of times in August. We are Under the influence of our our typical marine layer with fog and low clouds. But Ryan Walburn with the National Weather Service says Ah bubble of hot air has pushed those clouds back, followed by moist air from the tropics. We've been very hot thunderstorms have produced thousands of lightning strikes, and it's getting windy. We did get a confirmed the windows to 75 miles an hour in the hills. That's the strongest that we saw so far, but lots of guts. In that 55 to 65 miles an hour range. Waldron says that while it may be tempting to go out to get a better look at the lightning and maybe snap a few photos that could be dangerous. We recommend that people stay inside when they see lightning. Even the flashes.

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KCBS All News

01:31 min | 7 months ago

"ryan walburn" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Nowhere. The L. A County Fire department. Says that evacuation orders are being issued for residents along Welsh Creek Road. Far far they're working hard. These fires were anticipated some thunderstorms tonight, So we're hoping that we don't have a sense situation as this morning. Reins, and Tony says that as of about 7 40 this evening, the fires had grown together and it burned to nearly 850 acres. There's 0% containment at this point. 10 homes are under mandatory evacuation. No reports of any injuries or structures lost at this time. Excessive heat, The thunder, the lightning and the red flag. Excessive heat warnings. The weather over the last couple of days seems like something we'd experienced in the Midwest in August, not the Bay Area. Hey, CBS is Lissa call Ross with a look at these unusual conditions. This is not what we're accustomed to hear A lot of times in August. We are under the influence of our typical marine layer with fog and low clouds. But Ryan Walburn with the National Weather Service says Ah, bubble of hot air has pushed those clouds back, followed by moist air from the tropics. We've been very hot thunderstorms have produced thousands of lightning strikes. And it's getting windy. We did get a confirmed the windows to 75 miles an hour in the East Bay Hills. That's the strongest that we saw so far, but lots of dust in that 55 to 65 miles an hour range. Waldron says that while it may be tempting to go out to get a better look at the lightning, and maybe snap a few photos that could be dangerous. We recommend that people stay inside when they see lightning. Even the flashes.

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KCBS All News

01:54 min | 7 months ago

"ryan walburn" Discussed on KCBS All News

"News and really the entirety of the Bay Area's being pretty cooperative right now, so we'll have to hope. That it stays that way. You're next. Update 10 28 on the traffic leader Casey KCBS six day forecast. Well, the forecasting the weather has been the big news lately. Chance of thunderstorms continuing throughout the morning and again tonight scattered showers also around the Bay area, and it's going to be very hot again today. Eighties, too Low ninety's the Coast Upper eighties Too low nineties by the Bay, mid one hundreds or just over 100 Inland. Partly cloudy, a little breezy tomorrow but still hot in a chance of thunderstorms High's upper eighties to Ah, just over 100 again and then Tuesday or hottest day of this heat wave. Seventies by the coast, Lower nineties by the Bay and over 100 inland Wednesday through Friday, slightly cooler, but that's not saying much still hot. Some morning clouds by the coast in the low seventy's by the coast, mid eighties by the Bay and mid nineties inland traffic and weather together on the eights on all news, one of 69 and AM 7 40 Hey, CBS K CBS NEWS Time. 10 20 Well lightning and Thunder have been ripping through the Bay Area overnight and into the morning. Severe thunderstorm warning that had been in place has been allowed to expire. But more storms there. Still rolling through whether service meteorologist Ryan Walburn wall, Brun says they're very worried about the lightning starting more fires. We've had windows in excess of 50 miles an hour in the city. Over 60 miles an hour up in the Santa Cruz mountains. And of course, anybody who's up right now is noticing lots of lightning out there. That's one of our biggest threats. Uh, a lot of cloud to ground strikes. We've had over 1000 strikes over the last couple hours. On. We're very concerned about new wildfire starts this morning. Walburn says Thie systems will continue.

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03:02 min | 7 months ago

"ryan walburn" Discussed on KCBS All News

"General public. Program has offered in person. Wendy Gillette CBS News It's 705 at the Bay Area's new station, KCBS. We have hot temperatures around the bay today. Good morning. I'm Jennifer Hodges. Here's what's happening. Lightning and thunder have been ripping through the Bay Area overnight and into this morning, a severe thunderstorm warning has been extended by the National Weather Service to eight o'clock, so just a hour from now. Whether service meteorologist Ryan Walburn says they're very worried about the lightning. Starting even more fires probably will get a reprieve at some point midday or so. But then, right, Nowthe latest computer models show another surge of moisture where we could get a repeat performance with some more lightning so that red flag fire warning is The for the expectation that we're going to get more dry Lightning later tonight into Monday. There's also a red flag warning, in effect for high fire danger until 11 o'clock this morning. Well that whether those lightning strikes definitely keeping firefighters busy this morning. Firefighters in the South Bay out this hour are battling a vegetation fire on Brush Road and the Redwood Estates area of Los Cattle's, which is threatening structures. Cal Fire's reporting the fire 25% contained. It's already burned through three acres so far and was being driven by high winds, but the flames were slowed by some unexpected rainfall in the area this morning. Cal Fire reports. They've started to evacuate the area around brush road where the fire is burning. Meanwhile, they're also reporting Cal fire that is that cruise air, responding to seven other vegetation fires. Throughout Santa Cruz and San Mateo counties will keep you posted on those. Meanwhile, here's an update on the brush fire that's burning in South Livermore. This one's in the area. 5200 Arroyo Road, Cal Fire in Alameda County Firefighters are on the scene of this one as well. And this spire is 50% contained. It ripped through 50 acres and threatened at least one structure. No word yet as to how the fire may have started, but Mohr than likely was sparked by lightning, with hundreds of strikes being reported in the past few hours alone. The National Weather Service has extended the red flag warning in effect for the Bay Area, as I previously mentioned through 11 a.m. tomorrow. That's because of the additional threat of dry lightning, and they're warning this warning is in effect. For the entire San Francisco Bay region, including the Santa Cruz Mountains, the South Bay, Eastbay Hills and the North Bay Originally that was warning was set to expire at 11 o'clock this morning, but it was extended. Additional thunderstorms in the forecast are expected or have the possibility we should say to spark fires. A red flag warning.

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02:49 min | 7 months ago

"ryan walburn" Discussed on KCBS All News

"On display in an art gallery in the South. Georgia City. Jim Chris Sula, CBS News Tiger King has reignited interest in the cold case of Don Luis, husband of Carol Bask in one of the stars of the Netflix Syriza Memorial was just held for Louis who disappeared almost 23 years ago. His family is offering $100,000. Wendy Gillette, CBS. 605 at the Bay Area's new station, KCBS. We have thunder lightning just about everything for you this morning. Good morning on Jennifer Hodges. Here's what's happening. Now I just said lightning and thunder ripping through the Bay Area right now, The National Weather Service has issued a severe thunderstorm warning. It's in place for most of the Bay Area until 6 45 this morning for about 45 more minutes. Weather Service meteorologist Ryan Walburn says they're very worried about the lightning, starting more fires windows in excess of 50 miles an hour in the city. Over 60 miles an hour up in Santa Cruz mountains. And of course, anybody who's up right now is noticing lots of lightning out there. That's one of our biggest threats. Uh, a lot of cloud to ground strikes. We've had over 1000 strikes over the last couple hours. On. We're very concerned about new wildfire starts this morning. Walburn says The storms are expected to calm down later this morning, but then pick up once again with the chance for more lightning. Later today, firefighters in the South Bei er, very busy battling a vegetation fire on brush road in the Redwood Estates area of low scatters that one is currently threatening structures. Caliph IRS reporting the blazes 25% contained. It's already burned three acres so far being driven by high winds, too. But the flames were slowed by some unexpected rainfall in the area caliphate or reports. They've started to evacuate the area around brush road where the fire is burning. Meanwhile, they're also reporting crews responding to seven other vegetation. Fires in Santa Cruz and San Mateo counties will bring you more information on those as we get them. But meanwhile, it is the same story as you had inland, a little bit brushfire burning at this hour in South Livermore. This one's in the area of 5200 of Royal Road. Cal fire in Alameda County. Firefighters are on the scene. Approximately 10 acres air involved there with one structure threatened no word yet as Faras how the fire may have started, But more than likely, we're told it was sparked by lightning, with hundreds of lightening strikes being reported in the past few hours alone..

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02:53 min | 7 months ago

"ryan walburn" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Too 05 at the Bay Area's news station, KCBS hot and humid today with a slight chance of morning thunderstorms. Good morning. I'm Peter Finch. Here's what's happening. California's power grid operator declared no blackout Saturday evening, then called for blackouts, then cancelled it all within a span of 50 minutes. The stage three emergency was declared by the California Independent System operator just before 6:30 p.m. Saturday due to the increased electricity demand, Midst high temperatures across the state PG and E says soon there after it initiated a rotating outage impacting 220,000 customers. The rolling blackout order with then lifted 20 minutes later why, well, winds kicked up in some areas and that helped produce more energy. A red flag fire warning has taken effect in the Bay Area kicked in at 11 p.m. It was going to be in effect until 11 a.m. Sunday morning, but it has now been extended until noon on Monday. Because there is a chance of thunderstorms that could bring lightning strikes to the Bay Area and possibly touch off some fires. For the second day in a row Temperatures again and near the Bay Area broke records Saturday. Among the record highs reported by the National Weather Service, Gilroy at 108 degrees Napa, 103 degrees Monterey, 91 degrees Several cities tied record record hides for the day. Among those Livermore. Also, 108 degrees, Santa Rosa, 103 degrees. Redwood City, 100 degrees Oakland 93 degrees Today will be day three of a record breaking heat wave. KCBS reporter Melissa Call Ross tells us It's hitting us right during wildfire season, This heat wave has brought record breaking temperatures and even some rolling blackouts and Ryan Walburn with the National Weather Service is concerned about lightning strikes from thunderstorms heading our way. Some of the cells do you have some pretty heavy precipitation, but they're also producing a lot of lightning so far. And of course, with the heatwave fuels are very receptive. 20 lightning ignitions Right now we are in peak fire season and Robert Foxworthy with Cal Fire says While the agency is prepared, we can help minimize fire risk by avoiding yard work during the hottest times a day after 10 a.m. Don't go do outside work with the conditions as dry and as hot as they are, I would say you might even want to make that eight or nine in the morning. If you can get up that early and do some of those things that you need.

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02:59 min | 7 months ago

"ryan walburn" Discussed on KCBS All News

"In that rally in front of the county Justice Center. Tom Foodie CBS News It's 12 05 at the Bay Area's news station, KCBS. Slight chance of thunderstorms overnight. Good morning I'm Peter Finch. Here's what's happening. A red flag fire warning has taken effect in the Bay Area kicked in at 11 PM and will be in effect until 11 a.m. Sunday morning. It's because of the chance of thunderstorms. I just alluded to It could bring lightning strikes overnight and into the morning. The National Weather Service says the storm is expected to start in the South Bay and Santa Cruz areas and then Move north. California's power grid operator, declared no blackout Saturday evening, then called for blackouts, then cancelled it all within a span of about 50 minutes. A stage three emergency was declared by the California Independent System operator just before 6:30 p.m. Saturday due to the increased electricity demand amidst high temperatures across the state. PG and E says soon after it had initiated a rotating outage impacting 220,000 of its electricity customers. The rolling blackout order was lifted 20 minutes later when energy produced by wind resource is increased. For the second day in a row Temperatures in and near the Bay Area broke records Saturday. Among the record highs reported by the National Weather Service, Gilroy at 108 degrees NAPA 103 Monterey 91. Several cities tied records for the day. They included Livermore. Also, 108 degrees, Santa Rosa, 103. Redwood City 100 degrees Oakland 93 degrees. As we've been reporting on KCBS, a heat wave has arrived in the Bay Area. We've also got some fire danger now because of threat of thunderstorms Case CBS reporter Melissa Cora's get some advice from some experts. This heat wave has brought record breaking temperatures and even some rolling blackouts and Ryan Walburn with the National Weather Service is concerned about lightning strikes from thunderstorms heading our way from of themselves. Do you have some pretty heavy precipitation, but they also producing a lot of lightning so far. And, of course, with the heatwave fuels are very receptive to many lightning ignitions. Right now, we are in peak fire season and Robert Foxworthy with Cal Fire says While the agency is prepared, we can help minimize fire risk by avoiding yard work during the hottest times a day after 10 a.m. Don't go do outside work. With the conditions as dry and as hard as they are. I would say you might even want to make that eight or nine in the morning. If you can get up that early and do some of those things that you need.

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02:11 min | 7 months ago

"ryan walburn" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Snowed in. Those have some Republican supporters among them, Senator Rand. Paul Tom Foti, CBS News It's settled five at the Bay Area's new station, KCBS. We've got some clouds tonight, a slight chance of thunderstorms with lightning and a rich like fire warning in effect. Good evening. I'm Susan Kennedy. And here's what's happening after saying earlier today that the state would not have its power turned off California independent System operator declared a brief statewide stage three emergency this evening. It resulted in forced power outages to hundreds of thousands of people. The state stage three emergency was declared just after 6 30 Because of the increased electricity demand amid high temperatures across the state P Jeannie says soon after it had initiated, eroding rotating outage that impacted Cem. 220,000 electric customers. Rolling Blackout order was lifted in 20 minutes when energy produced by the wind resource is increased. P Jeannie says power has been restored to customers affected by this And it shut off, but are urging customers to continue to conserve as much as possible through Wednesday, officials say there are no additional anticipated outages for the overnight hours. Area. Hate wave continues and will continue through the week. KCBS is was Colorado's reports. Hot temperatures are hitting us in the mist of a peak fire season. This heat wave has brought record breaking temperatures and even some rolling blackouts and Ryan Walburn with the National Weather Service is concerned about lightning strikes from thunderstorms. Heading our way. Some of the cells do you have some pretty heavy precipitation, but they also producing a lot of lightning so far. And of course, with the heatwave fuels are very receptive. 20 lightning ignitions Right now we are in peak fire season and Robert Foxworthy with Cal Fire says While the agency is prepared, we can help minimize fire risk by avoiding yard work during the hottest times of day after 10 a.m. Don't go do outside work with the conditions as dry and as hot as they are, I would say you might even want to make that eight or nine in the morning. If you can get up that early and do some of those things that you need.

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01:59 min | 7 months ago

"ryan walburn" Discussed on KCBS All News

"The Black lives matter Movement. Tom Foodie CBS News Saito find at the Bay Area's news station, KCBS. We have clouds tonight and a slight chance of thunderstorms overnight with lows in the sixties and seventies, more hot weather for tomorrow. Good evening. I'm Susan Kennedy. And here's what's happening. After saying that the state would not have AH rolling blackouts and the power turned off again today. The California Independent System operator declared a brief statewide stage three emergency this evening. Just before the stage three was lifted P Janey tweeted that it had initiated a rotating outage that impacted about 450,000 customers. That outage ended at 6 45 this evening. More than 410,000 homes and businesses throughout the state had their power turned off for about an hour on Friday until the stage three emergency was lifted. As we've been reporting on KCBS. The Bay Area is, of course, in the grips of a record breaking heat wave. KCBS is most coal. Ross reports these hot temperatures air hitting us in the mist of a peak fire season. This heat wave has brought record breaking temperatures and even some rolling blackouts and Ryan Walburn with the National Weather Service is concerned about lightning strikes from thunderstorms heading our way. Some of the cells do you have some pretty heavy precipitation, but they also producing a lot of lightning so far. And of course, with the heatwave fuels are very receptive. 20 lightning ignitions Right now we are in peak fire season and Robert Foxworthy with Cal Fire says While the agency is prepared, we can help minimize fire risk by avoiding yard work during the hottest times a day after 10 a.m. Don't go do outside work with the conditions as dry and as hot as they are, I would say you might even want to make that eight or nine in the morning. If you can get up that early and do some of those things that you need.

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"ryan walburn" Discussed on KCBS All News

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01:44 min | 7 months ago

"ryan walburn" Discussed on KCBS All News

"In both directions, really between half Moon Bay and Pacific is so expect delays and 92 westbound still slow from 2 80 at the half Moon Bay again, people just trying to get to those cooler temperatures. Your next update. 18 on the travel editor KCBS. All right, and let's check the weather forecast. Now we've got a couple of things working. One is the heat advisories in effect until nine o'clock tonight in that temperatures could range anywhere from the Seventy's along the coast but to the low one hundreds as you move toward the inland areas. Second thing we've got working is the chance of thunderstorms overnight say after midnight, and it's causing concern. A red flag warning is being posted The lightning and perhaps the dry Areas with those hot temperatures could pose a threat. Traffic and weather together on the AIDS and all there's 1069 AM 7 40 KCBS KCBS news time now is 3 10 As we have been reporting here on KCBS, the Bay area is in the grips of a record breaking heat wave. Hey, CBS reporter Mr Karras tells us those hot temperatures are hitting us in the midst of the peak of the fire season. This heat wave has brought record breaking temperatures and even some rolling blackouts and Ryan Walburn with the National Weather Service is concerned about lightning strikes from thunderstorms heading our way of themselves. Do you have some pretty heavy precipitation, but they also producing a lot of lightning so far. And of course with the heatwave fuels are very receptive. 20 lightning ignitions Right now we are in peak fire season and Robert Foxworthy with Cal Fire says While the agency is prepared, we can help minimize fire risk by avoiding yard work during the hottest times of day after 10 a.m. Don't go do outside work. With the conditions as dry and as hard as they are, I would say you might even want to make.

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