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"senior meteorologist" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio

Northwest Newsradio

02:08 min | Last month

"senior meteorologist" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio

"That I've gone to since 2006. I want to see them win this time. I told them, son, this might be it. So he came, he came looking for me and he was just a father on some moment. I'm sorry about it. We may never see or hear a World Cup final quite like that one. But Seattle and North America get its chance in 2026. I'm Bill Schwartz, northwest news radio. News radio traffic from the dubin law group traffic center. Ease 5 22, not really lightening up in terms of traffic volume going from four or 5 to two 34 minutes. Everton accident on Belair Beverly boulevard at Hugh to drive now just has some slow traffic it's looking a lot better there. See tag military road south, stop a good traffic in the northbound lane. There is an accident at one 88th causing this, and tonight, at span away parked fantasy lights will cause heavy traffic on military road and highway 7 or next with this traffic at 8 34. The news radio 1000 FM 97 7 forecast from the northwest crawl space services weather center for continuing to look like a winter Wonderland around western Washington, more snow will be coming overnight, expect two to four inches around the puget sound, but places like the cascade passes are expected to see a foot of new snow. Temps drop on Wednesday and Thursday with highs only getting into the 20s. I'm Kelly blier and that's your northwest news radio forecast. Much of the U.S. is bracing for an Arctic blast just in time for Christmas. Midwestern and southwest states will get bitter cold temps in the days leading up to the holiday. ABC senior meteorologist rob Marciano has a timeline on the winter storm and frigid air accompanying it. It'll traverse the rockies tomorrow with rain and snow get into the plains on Tuesday. I think Chicago bathroom St. Louis. You'll see some heavy snow at times, could see a foot or more. Mostly rain and wind at the head of this thing, but everybody's going to get the cold air behind it. Thursday morning's windshield and Sioux Falls. -45, then look out Texas below zero for a windshield in Dallas, single digits along the Gulf Coast. That's going to put a stress on the power grid. From ABC

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"senior meteorologist" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:44 min | 3 months ago

"senior meteorologist" Discussed on KOMO

"FM 97 7 spurred by a welcome report about the U.S. inflation picture stocks today enjoyed their biggest rally of the year. The S&P 500 and NASDAQ composite soared 5 and a half percent and 7 and a third percent respectively, while the down industrials rallied 1200 points. Last week, Amazon announced it would freeze corporate hiring for the next several months. Now the ecommerce and tech giant is starting to cost cutting review and Wall Street Journal reports that employees in some unprofitable divisions will see their teams suspended or closed. Even though rivian automotive late yesterday reported weaker than expected quarterly revenue, the electric vehicle maker reaffirmed its production goal for the full year, also partner Amazon confirmed that it would be rolling out 1000 EDs for the holiday season. The initial portion of it 100,000 order agreement. That's your money now. I'm Jim chesko, northwest news radio. Millions of Americans are preparing for the impact of hurricane Nicole, one of the latest hurricanes to make landfall in decades, bringing rain high winds and more all along the east coast this weekend. ABC's senior meteorologist rob Marciano has the latest on the storm's path from Atlanta. Tomorrow morning, heavy rain and wind here, severe weather threat across the Carolinas up and over the appalachians in through the mid Atlantic by tomorrow afternoon. And by the rush hour tomorrow, look at how heavy rain and wind coming into the northeast I 95 corridor. We will see some rain that will have some flooding, but it's moving quick enough, I think. It'll just be spotted. The main impacts will be the wind, the dangerous surf, the coastal flooding, and that wind will bring down some trees, power outages as well. As Russian soldiers retreat from the key city of kirsan, some Ukrainian officials are still wary of their

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Janice Dean: Hurricane Ian Might Be One of the Most Devastating

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:07 min | 4 months ago

Janice Dean: Hurricane Ian Might Be One of the Most Devastating

"Fox News senior meteorologist Janice dean joining us. I'm really, really alarmed by this reaching almost category 5. I guess category 5, the threshold is a 157 mph winds. And right now, as Ian is nearing a Florida landfall, it's at a 155 miles an hour, Janice, that's like, it's almost like a massive tornado, isn't it? Yeah, I mean, you're right. It is. It doesn't even matter about the category, Mike. It can be a strong four or 5. It doesn't matter. The results are going to be exactly the same. And that is complete inundation like a bulldoze of a wall of water coming over these vulnerable coastlines. And that's really the scary part of it. And then the slow movement of the storm, you know, we're expecting a landfall later this afternoon, but then it's going to slow down. So it's going to bring inches of rain and when you're talking about 20 foot storm surge and then the high tide and the waves on top of that, it's just it's unimaginable. And so that's why I'm so concerned. I've covered a lot of hurricanes. This one might be one of the most devastating.

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"senior meteorologist" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:07 min | 4 months ago

"senior meteorologist" Discussed on KOMO

"Look at the numbers. Plus, we'll check your traffic and whether it's 8 o'clock. From ABC News on chuck Stevenson, the preps continue for an expected midday Thursday slam by a powerful hurricane to Florida's West Coast. Ian is churning south of Cuba, Tampa international airport will stop operations late tomorrow afternoon. ABC News senior meteorologist rob Marciano in Tampa, Florida families are boarding up their homes. Billing sandbags. Fueling up, emptying store shelves, and evacuating to safety. First Santa's gonna go is gonna be power and then the water. So just make sure you have it a little bit extra so you can take care of yourself and get out of town. Officials in pennell's county and Tampa's Hillsboro county announcing mandatory evacuations for some areas and encouraging even more to get out now. Fema officials say they are deploying food, water and generators across Florida. Vice president Harris will visit the demilitarized zone Thursday as part of her ongoing trip to South Korea. A very difficult bullseye was hit tonight. Three. Two. It's a moment scientists say one day could save humanity. NASA's successfully slamming a spacecraft into an asteroid named dimorphos 7 million miles away at 14,000 miles an hour, and it was a dead on hit. NASA controllers and shock is a camera on board streamed it live showing the rocky surface of the asteroid. Oh, my gosh. Oh wow. It'll be a few days before we know if the spacecraft successfully nudged the asteroid enough that if it were a threat to earth could change its course. Alex stone, ABC News. Word that a crew of a U.S. coast guard ship on routine patrol in the Bering senior Alaska saw three Chinese military ships and four Russian naval ships, all in a single formation. This was discovered by a Honolulu based coast guard ship Kimball. They say the ships broke formation and sailed away. Wall Street's major indexes followed other markets worldwide with a deepening slide today. You're listening to ABC News. Attention all business owners who rent or lease space, including storage space

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"senior meteorologist" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:38 min | 6 months ago

"senior meteorologist" Discussed on KOMO

"The 80s both days. It will get warmer as the weekend goes on. Highs will be in the low 80s on Saturday and reach the upper 80s by Sunday. The hot summer like weather will continue through early next week before cooling back down to the 70s by Wednesday. I'm Kelly blier and that's a look at your northwest news radio forecast. After three people were killed by lightning near The White House last night, weather officials are issuing warnings for the public. Lisa G reports. They say if you hear thunder, that means lightning is nearby, and you should move into a vehicle or building as quickly as possible. The number one activity where people are hit by lightning is fishing, followed by being on a beach and camping. Other activities on the deadly dozen list include yard work, cycling, and social gatherings outside. Lisa G, NBC News radio, New York. No relief from record breaking heat in the days ahead, ABC's senior meteorologist rob Marciano is reporting from New England. The heat advisers have been extended across the northeast. They'll feel like it'll be the mid 90s across some of these big cities and across a huge swath of the plains the heat advisers continue as well. He and the disease up and over 100° once again, this just making the drought worse across much of American nearly half of all Americans experiencing some sort of drought here in eastern New England. It's becoming more severe Boston receiving less than three inches of rainfall so far this entire summer. ABC entertainment news. The new slasher film they them out this weekend tells the story of LGBTQ+ teens being chased by a serial killer at a conversion camp. I can't make you straight. But you give us this week and

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"senior meteorologist" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"senior meteorologist" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"In Rome, The Vatican says the 84 year old pontiff is undergoing a scheduled surgery to clear a blockage of the large intestine announcement comes just hours after the pope tearfully greeted the public in ST Peter's Square, telling the faithful he's planning a foreign trip to Hungary and Slovakia in September. Tropical storm also swirling in the Caribbean and making authorities nervous in Surfside, Florida, They fast tracked demolition. What's left of the collapsed condo tower to as early as today due to the storm is getting a little bit better organized right now between Haiti and Jamaica and heading towards Cuba, where tropical storm warnings are posted, and just a matter of how much interaction it has with the mountains of Cuba will determine how strong it is when it gets over. The Florida Straits. ABC senior meteorologist Rob Marciano Surfside search and Rescue operations are suspended out of caution. 121 people are still unaccounted for 24 confirmed dead in the disaster. Yeah. This is ABC News. President Biden says he's proud of the way Olympic track star Sicari Richardson has handled the controversy surrounding her. She took responsibility after testing positive for THC Chemical found in marijuana and has been suspended from competition. Richardson says she was trying to cope after losing her biological mother. As millions take to the roads. This fourth of July holiday gas prices are hitting a seven year high gas prices are not okay. Like literally not okay. San Francisco driver Whitney Connor, who stopped pumping gas into her car when she realized it was almost $6 a gallon, Sarah Kramer started filling up at a station charging 5 60 for a gallon of regular usually okay and secondly, figure. It's like maybe 10 cents difference here and there,.

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"senior meteorologist" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"senior meteorologist" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"WLS FM HD to Chicago News is next, but first you're WLS Weather Channel forecast. Will be hot and dry heading through this fourth of July with sunshine wins out of the west on high this afternoon near 92 degrees overnight. Partly cloudy with a low 73 even hotter tomorrow sunny and windy with a high of 93 Tuesday a mix of clouds and sun with a high gear 90 then clear with rain into Wednesday from the weather Channel. Jeff Mar WLS am a 90 with another update in 30 minutes. Francis Hospitalized in Rome, The Vatican says the 84 year old pontiff is undergoing a scheduled surgery to clear a blockage of the large intestine. Announcement comes just hours after the pope cheerfully greeted the publican ST Peter's Square, telling the faithful he's planning a foreign trip to Hungary and Slovakia in September. Tropical Storm Elsa swirling in the Caribbean and making authorities nervous and serve signed Florida They fast tracked demolition of what's left of the collapsed condo tower to as early as today due to the storm is getting a little bit better organized right now between Haiti And Jamaica and heading towards Cuba, where tropical storm warnings are posted. And just a matter of how much interaction it has with the mountains of Cuba will determine how strong it is when it gets over. The Florida Strait, ABC senior meteorologist Rob Marciano Surfside search and Rescue operations are suspended out of caution. 121 people are still unaccounted for 24 confirmed dead in the disaster. I'm Derek Dennis ABC News While the expressively in man is just 15 minutes between Lake Cook Road and the Kennedy the inbound Kennedy Expressways 15 or hair into the Burn Interchange seven from Montrose. No Worries in the Express ain't no complaints about the outbound side under 20 to the airport as an hour under 25.

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"senior meteorologist" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"senior meteorologist" Discussed on KOMO

"Whose resumes on indeed fit your job description. Right? When you pay to post a job learn more indeed dot com slash credit. We just continue to warm up. It's already 90 degrees in Seattle, and the Como forecast team thinks we could be somewhere around 112 today. You heard me correctly overnight lows, however, around 70, maybe even down into the mid sixties and will continue that cool down the next few nights after that. Low temperatures in the lower sixties and we'll start to see the change already on the coast. There is marine air starting to move in toward the Long Beach Peninsula. It should start cooling off later in the day and Ho Quy um Tomorrow's high in Seattle and the lower nineties Wednesday in the lower eighties, Wednesday and Thursday for that matter, Stay connected. Stay informed The CO Mo Morning news sponsored by the Physicians at Holy Ortho. Oh, it's 8 47. It's the home All morning news for your Monday, the 28th Day of June, Franklin's is at the editor's desk that with Greg Herschel time manufacturer. The National Weather Service has a red flag warning. In effect, this is not only for the excessive heat but for critical fire danger, especially in the Cascade Mountains and the foothills above 1500 ft. Today we're not the only ones going through a record breaking heat wave. More than a half dozen Western states are baking right now on ABC senior meteorologist Rob Marciano is in Portland 1 12 yesterday here in Portland, one Oh, four in Seattle, 1 16 in Linton, British Columbia. That's an all time record for the entire country. Of Canada and people are doing anything they can to cool off in the sprinklers, the fountains, the lakes, the rivers, people in this convention center cooling center.

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"senior meteorologist" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:57 min | 1 year ago

"senior meteorologist" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"It. When people see the news and see what's going on out there. This is another really bad year, maybe a top five year I see and Paul let's go counterclockwise now and work our way over to the Gulf Coast. What can people there expect this summer? Well so far since the spring we've seen over 30 inches of rainfall in Lake Charles, Louisiana. That's double their normal amount of rainfall, and they haven't even had a tropical system at all. This season, so they had a lot of rain last year. Lot of rain this year things are saturated the ground the Gulf Coast. Many places from East Texas to Mississippi. Be careful when buying. Make sure you check those basements. Make sure there's not Any mold that's growing. Make sure you look into all those indications any cracks in the foundations slippage of the ground around it. You know, things like that are helpful tips in this area of the country because they have been hit so hard with heavy rainfall. I see and Paul as we speak. We're all enjoying one of the most beautiful days we've ever seen. And it's about mid seventies and it's sunny and it's not humid. So tell me, what do the people have to expect up and down the east coast of the United States? The water temperatures off the East Coast are running very warm, so right along the coast into New England, it may still end up being above normal. You'll still have some heat. I mean, Burlington, Vermont hit 92 on May 20th. That was a record for the month. We may see some of that kind of heat pop up. But farther away where it's wet and has been wet, you're going to see more of these ups and downs. When he's cool air masses come down. It'll feel pretty nice. And I do think you're going to see that in the summertime as well and a little bit active, maybe some severe weather here through July. And Paula. As we curve around towards the Midwest, you know many times of year. It's the most pleasant whether in the entire country, but at other times The tornadoes come rolling through. So what can we expect for the summer of 2021? There's going to be so much heat coming out of the Rockies Western Plains meeting up with some of that cooler air getting in the Ohio and Tennessee Valley at times. I think they're kind of in a collision course from Minneapolis to Chicago down to ST Louis there on the border. They're kind of in a in a rough area. So be careful through the first part of summer. Well, Paul, I really appreciate you being on the show today and telling home buyers and sellers what sort of weather they can expect. As we enter the summer market. Thank you, Paul. Thanks, Steve. Appreciate you are so welcome. Paul, Pastor Lock, senior meteorologist and head of the Long range Forecasting department at AccuWeather. Coming up on real estate today, Summers here and life's a beach. It's pretty affordable, especially if you're buying home. The weather is some of the best in the country, and it also has great education and healthcare. That's next on our special show the summer market. If you have an Amazon echo, you.

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"senior meteorologist" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

World News Tonight with David Muir

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"senior meteorologist" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"Have additional mutations something. They're watching very closely david. Of course we'll stay on the switch johnson tonight with thank you or turn next this evening to the astore heat in the us. Forty five million. Americans now dealing with temperatures above one hundred the hottest start to june on record in some places and in the gulf of mexico tonight at tropical system is now brewing. Could hit the us this weekend. Senior meteorologist rob marciano tracking it all again tonight forrest. Hey rob heyday. Just an unrelenting heat wave with very little cooling over the next few days records. Continue to fall tucson lightly to get the six day in a row of one ten plus temperatures. Look at these excessive. He wanted to cross several states and temperatures will hover at or above one hundred degrees in many of these cities through saturday. Meanwhile the tropics. This thing is likely to become a tropical depression. Over the next two days regardless of development it will bring heavier rains to the gulf coast necesssary completely saturated flash flooding coming. David marciano with us. Rob thank you a disturbing discovery in van horn texas tonight. Us border patrol agents. Say they got a tip uncovering alleged human smuggling operation. They found a locked u-haul near a mcdonald's thirty three people crammed inside as the temperature near one hundred. All suffering from heap related sickness. At least a dozen were hospitalized. There is an investigation underway. Tonight when we come back here in the broadcast the kidnapping suspect shot and killed by. Fbi agents searching for kidnap victim and cruise ship postponing. Its voyage already after eight crew members test positive for covid. And what we've learned about their vaccinations dressed out by politics. Addicted to your phone or just plain stuck in your own head. I'm here to help. This is dan harris. abc news. And i have a podcast called ten percent happier. We talked to all sorts of meditation gurus and also celebrities who meditate or wanna meditate on the podcast. You will hear.

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Deadly weather, tornadoes strike Deep South

News, Traffic and Weather

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

Deadly weather, tornadoes strike Deep South

"Of tornadoes touching down in the deep south and turning deadly in Louisiana, including a man in Shreveport, killed when a tree fell on his mobile home. The deadly severe weather outbreak striking the south multiple reported tornadoes overnight. ST Landry Parish, Louisiana, north of Lafayette, a strong tornado with winds of at least 130 MPH, striking in the middle of the night glasses coming from the window from the door right there and we could hear is everything was starting to crumble Eva Council on her husband making it into their bathtub. Just in time. ABC senior meteorologist Rob Marciano, former

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Severe weather moves into the deep South

News, Traffic and Weather

00:29 sec | 2 years ago

Severe weather moves into the deep South

"Hitting parts of the deep South, part of a line of severe weather impacting Alabama, Arkansas, Mississippi, Louisiana and Tennessee overnight, the same areas that saw devastating tornadoes earlier in the week explosion of storms around midnight tonight, Then that line pushes east into the mid Atlantic tomorrow for severe weather threatened Charlotte and Raleigh again in Norfolk in D. C. Win in a rain event look like for the Northeast through tomorrow evening as well before this whole system moves out. ABC senior meteorologist Rob Marciano

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Snow, severe weather and flood threats across the Eastern US

World News Tonight with David Muir

01:05 min | 2 years ago

Snow, severe weather and flood threats across the Eastern US

"Now to the severe weather threat at this hour february ending with a tornado. Watch in flood alerts for parts of the country. Murray kentucky underwater here cars and major roads submerge. The national weather service warning of life threatening flooding in the area at same weather system bringing severe weather from the gulf coast to the tennessee valley this evening. So let's get to. Abc's senior meteorologist rob marciano and robbed. Walk us through the start of the week. Well it today storm. There are a lot more dynamic as far as the windsor concerns. hence the tornado. Watch and it's not small. Take a look at includes a little. Rock memphis nashville. That's in effect until ten o'clock tonight news. We'll have some heavy rain within so flood watches. Extend all the way into west virginia with kentucky being the bull's eye of that storm front will be drifting down to the south and east as it does so that's where the strongest storms will fire wind damage possible hail certainly the threat for tornadoes. Tomorrow weakens but a lot of rain from eastern texas all the way through new york city but the bulls eye once again tennessee and kentucky. Those areas already tv three to four inches. They can't take any anymore rain. What millions impacted our. I rob thank you.

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"senior meteorologist" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"senior meteorologist" Discussed on KOMO

"Co. Moh news I want your storm warning for tens of millions right now from Georgia through New England. 3 to 10 inches of snow expected along I 95 tomorrow, says ABC news senior meteorologist Rob Marciano. And then only going to get Kohler's this polar Air mass comes down minus 31 in Chicago by Sunday morning, minus 42 in Minneapolis all week long for the upper Midwest and even down to the deep South 10 for a windshield Freeport 19 for windshield potentially Friday morning. In Houston that will get your chicken, your boots and your taking on happy. Sure, Health experts worry that Super Bowl events and House parties will lead to Cove. It's super spreading. Justus. Hospitalizations and cases are trending lower. On a possible third Corona virus vaccine. An FDA panel meets later this month on Johnson and Johnson's Dr Dan Baroque, led the company's F We can be very confident that this vaccine even as a single shot vaccine Provides very strong protection against severe Kovar disease, and there were no hospitalizations or deaths in the vaccine group after day. 28 Bucks Iverson ABC News Co. Moh news 1000 FM 97 7 Good evening I'm Kelly Bleyer with the top local stories from the combo 24 7 News Center. Ah, man is dead and three others are in the hospital following a shooting at a Tacoma business early this morning. When he had a with Tacoma, P. D says they got a call just after two about a shooting at 36th and East McKinley Avenue. When officers arrived, they found Three victims. One was unresponsive. They immediately started life saving measures to coma fire. Medics did declare that subject deceased on scene. Two other victims were located female with a non life threatening injury that was transported to a local hospital. And the male with a serious injuries. It was transported to a local hospital. Ah, fourth victim was dropped off at a local hospital in a private vehicle. Apparently the shooting occurred at an after hours club in the building that police had responded to before. Authorities have announced..

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"senior meteorologist" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

09:33 min | 2 years ago

"senior meteorologist" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Program. Mayor. I'm sorry Governor Andrew Cuomo. Claimed Friday after the New York Attorney General's office, Uh showed a new report. That it looks like he may have the number of nursing home covert deaths have been underestimated by as much as 50%. He said. This Third of all deaths in this nation of her nursing homes. New York state were only about 28% only but well below the national average in number of deaths and nursing homes. Who cares? 33 28 died in the hospital died in a nursing home. They died. This sounds very familiar. Do you remember this? The fact is, we had four dead Americans. Was it because of a protest, Or is it because of guys out for a walk One night to decide they go kill some Americans? What difference at this point does it make it is our job to figure out what happened and do everything we can to prevent it from ever happening again, Senator Wow, the same tactic being used by a Andrew Cuomo. We want to bring in Janice Dean. She's from Fox. She's the Fox News senior meteorologist. The reason why is she is talking about this is because her husband Lost both of his parents in a nursing home in New York. And we welcome Janice back to the program. Hi, Janice. Hi, Glenn. Nice to see you, my friend. Good to see you. So tell me Tell me what your reaction is to Governor Cuomo. Where do I start? It's been 10 months that I've been covering this governor and he continues to really surprise me with his arrogance, his narcissism. Stupidity. He continues to go on national television. On Friday and, you know, says Things like you just aired cares so so tell me, the 28%. The rest of the country has 33% Is that true? Well, I have to first begin by saying I was surprised that the attorney general here in New York was a Democrat, was endorsed by Governor Cuomo did her own investigation 76 pages of a report into the nursing home issue. The Something that I have been shouting from the mountaintops for 10 months. You know, I've been on your program talking about Cuomo and the mandated Bukoba positive patients in the nursing homes and the fact that this governor continues to hide the numbers. The Justice Department had an investigation into him. He didn't give them any information. Glenn, I got it from a top source. With the Justice Department, the top investigative guitar, a unit in the nation, and he wasn't giving them information. So she took it upon herself to investigate him and came up with the fact that the numbers have been skewed. He's been basically covering them up. For many months now and there it least 50% higher than they've officially been reporting. Yeah, I think that the official number was 56% off of this report, which was incredible and 56% higher, crease you higher than they has really said. Which brings that number to 28. Or does that bring that number higher than 28? I don't know The answer to that. I do know that the figure they've released already, though, is still too low. I mean, listen to this. The figures could be even higher. But the Health department said it's all it was ongoing didn't break out death for presumed but not confirmed, too, because whether Iris and omitted those in assisted living or other types of long term care facilities, there's still much, much more To unravel here, Janice. Yes, Absolutely. And that's why I am Pressing everyone, too. In government in local government as well as state government and even federal government. We need an independent, bipartisan investigation into this governor. And the whole debacle, the whole nursing home massacre, But I will tell you there is light. There is a door opening because of this age, the report and now The New York Times Is starting to dig in on this governor and this new Agey report as well as the vaccine roll out. There is an article a damning article in New York Times today, talking about how nine of his higher high ups in the health department are leaving, are leaving and they had an interview with Cuomo. And would you believe this was his quote Glennon stew. Everybody has a plan until I punched him in the face, basically saying, I don't need anybody. I know who I rely on and the article lays out hospital lobbyists, top donors not Scientists, not people who should be telling you not to put covert positive patients in nursing homes. Hospital lobbyists they give him millions of dollars are whispering in his ear about the nursing home issue and the vaccine rollout. This is criminal. Landed stew. It's criminal. So Jenise we, You know, it looks as though Gavin Newsom you know, the to wonder boys were Newsome and Cuomo and Newsome looks like there's a real chance of him being removed by the people. Do you see that kind of a recall? Andrew Cuomo Thing taking root in New York? Still, I think we need a new mug. Yes, Cuomo was awful mugs and we need now recall Andrew Cuomo. I'm in. I'm in for this. Here's the thing I've done research. We can't do that in New York. It Zsa special kind of thing of beauty that they have in California. We can't do that here in New York, but we need to take his powers away. He has control over everything they gave him superpowers, so no one can challenge him and I've been saying to lawmakers grow a spine. You have a lot of ammunition now against this governor, go in and take his powers away. We are a democracy, not a monarchy. Well, usually they don't do anything until they think the king will be dead. Nobody wants to put a knife in the back of the king. If the king can live through it, and I think that's probably what's going on. Everybody is shy until it looks like he's weak enough. Theo take out which is it sick, But that's what happens. You imagine if Donald Trump had not well, we we've saw it. After what happened in the capital, people started exiting the White House. And the press just dog piles and said, This is a administration out of control. Everybody is leaving. You have nine of the top health officials of New York Leaving because of Andrew Cuomo. Isn't that worth more than just one story because the mainstream media The New York Times is, but you're not seeing very much time spent on ABC, NBC, CBS. He's not getting the push back. That quite honestly is warranted, with nine top health advisers walking out And not listening to the science not listening to the scientists listening to his top hospital lobbyists who have been basically whispering in his ear since the very beginning of the pandemic. This is the reason why Meteorologist on Fox News Channel is getting political because I saw none of the coverage. I was seeing these little bits and reports about you know the covert positive patients going into nursing homes, his executive order that was scrubbed off of his website and the fact that he was hiding the numbers and because I was not seeing the coverage on all of the mainstream as you mentioned the ABC, the CBS is the NBC's who were instead anointing this man as like that hero. No love life. Tell us about your family. You could be the next president. I mean, that's why I'm here. That's why I'm you know, sounding the alarm and it's still to this day they continue to cover up for him. It's incredible. I mean, and those those interviews he did with Chris Cuomo from this period. I mean, are going to be legendary. I think in the end of this, you know it's weird. You know what's weird is you know this too. If I am friends with somebody, or I like somebody or There's somebody in my own religion. I usually am harder on them because I don't ever want people to say Well, he's just cutting them slack and it's unfair sometimes how hard I am on them. This is Theeighties Exact opposite. This is I mean, it's CNN colluding with the government of New York. It really is. I, um Jenna's gonna get your perspective on this because I had this feeling in a big way. Nobody's Dunmore to keep Andrew Cuomo accountable than Janice Dean should be present clear. I've rented about it a lot as well. And to the point of where if you had.

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"senior meteorologist" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

07:26 min | 2 years ago

"senior meteorologist" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"Greatest and then the alarm goes off and you look out and there's nothing and you are so bad at that weather person because you feel like you're betrayed. Talk about being on the other side of that, like, how nervous do you get? Because you're in a profession where you make predictions, and if the predictions are wrong There's no like fudging it right. People can tell. They literally look out the window in some cases. It's tough, and I will say many times, I will tell the camera. Don't be mean to your local forecasters because I do the national weather. Right? So I I, you know, Listen, I only got interesting. Wrong. Yeah, broad, But, you know, I'll give you a forecast of DC and Philadelphia and New York and then Boston, and we did pretty well, like relatively speaking, But we got Boston wrong. Boston like maybe got four inches and we were predicting, you know, over a foot for Boston on D C was a bit of a bus, too. Although you say that you got about seven inches where You are, Um, but the bottom line is it's really tough and that whole thing of it. It's not an exact science. There is something to that. I mean, you're looking at different layers of the atmosphere you are looking at where the low sets up and who you can't predict where the heaviest fans are gonna come in. And then if you get the trajectory just off by, like 10, Miles, you know, that means somebody doesn't get something, whereas The other person gets a whole lot. So it really I mean, the forecasting is getting better. Um, but still, you know, that's why you see these big discrepancies like you know, anywhere from three inches too. 15 inches, You know, like it Just, unfortunately, not right. I think we did pretty well with this one. With exception to a couple of, you know, a couple of areas where we kind of hit the jackpot. Um, but, yeah, You just have to be a little bit forgiving. There have been many times so I mean, no, not not a whole lot. But enough time for someone you know, Well forecast the snow and then the next morning, I'll get an email saying Yeah, thanks for giving me that. Partly sunny to shovel this morning E mean fair, tough but fair. So, Janice, if we're not able to fully trust because of what you just described local meteorologists cause it's so difficult. How much trust should we place in, for example, a rodent? Named Phil because I feel like every year we get headlines about ground. Hog Day is today. Ground today. Was it yesterday today? Today's today, Okay, Grant. Hog Day is today It's not the Bill Murray movie. It's It's the tradition Where apparently this this ground hog comes out and they Something about a shadow. And then we can say Oh, there's going to be an early spring or we're gonna be in winter for more weeks or whatever. I know that you've attended this ceremony a couple times. Is there a track record here at Park's attorney fills? Yes and no like, Is he accurate? Or is it just As I would imagine, since it's fake, totally inaccurate. It's fake years. Are you saying this is fake weather guy? I'm saying this is a big fake news event every year. It's magical. You have you been No, Don't judge until you've been okay. Please. It's pretty amazing. I will say it. It's up there with, you know, going to the Kentucky Derby for me? Because it listen. It's one of its one of our oldest traditions in 18 86. I believe we've been we've been doing ground hog day. This taught, you know, small town of punks, Itani, Pennsylvania, where you know they're tourism dollars. Come on this day. Unfortunately, not today. Not this year because of Cove it they did it virtually, but it's really magical people, You know that I've been there twice. Yes, And I stayed in these, You know, in a residence, you know home because there aren't a lot of hotels in the area. It really is like Bill Murray Ground Hog day. I mean the town really? Okay, Stop it three, and you're kind of showing me that it's kind of charming, Charming and cute, but is it Valuable in any way, shape or form in predicting The weather months in the future. I think it's worse than a coin. Thomas. That sounds right gets it like 39% of the time, but they tell me within their inner circle because they have, like, you know, they have Phil's handlers that are around him all the time. I think he lives in the library with his wife. You can't forget his wife's name that the ground hog But, uh Yeah, so, but they will say to you that still gets it right 100% of the time. It's lost in the translation between the ground Huggies, which is an actual language, Apparently that the ground hug speaks so the ground hug will tell the for the one of his inner circle people what he predicts. And it's because they get the prediction wrong because of the translation. I thought there was a shadow. Wasn't it? A shadow? Well, that's no so apparently, the ground hog knows whether or not he saw his shadow, and that's what held his handlers. I mean it Z reasonable, I think for me to say that If someone awoke from a coma, having no knowledge of this tradition, you explain this. And then they say, Well, those people are definitely mentally disturbed, right? Like where these people should be institutionalized. Like. Well, No. There's this special magic around fill every year for ground hog day, And so what was the verdict today? Did did Phil, get us? Now bad news, but I mean there's no way because actually two years or we hang on bad news meeting those like the longer winter. Yeah, So unless you like long winters and more snow than that's good news, your right eye or here's another way of looking at it. I mean, if he's wrong 60% of the time that it's good news right? Because if he predicted if he predicted a longer winter, that means it's going to be an early spring. I've never thought of it that way guy, but that that's a glass half full right there. I'm sort of trying to stay mostly sunny Janice, especially interviews without making my own sunshine. If you will. With this potentially bad news from the ground Hog Last topic briefly, Janice, you've been on the show recently, mostly talk about this political situation in New York and Governor Cuomo and the nursing home deaths. It's actually sort of refreshing to have you want to talk about. Weather. That's your main job is our senior meteorologist and Fox News, However, just within the last week or so, there have been a couple pretty brutal stories for Governor Cuomo in The New York Times about the nursing home scandal covering up deaths. His botching of the initial vaccine rollout micromanaging. It's sidelining experts and just in the next minute or so that we have remaining in the segment. Are you feeling Any sense of satisfaction or.

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"senior meteorologist" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"senior meteorologist" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"If you have a bit outside, I'm just telling you're gonna need a jacket or sweater and I hope you have backup gear for tomorrow morning. It's only gonna get colder as well. Right now. We're looking at 50 degrees in Coconut Creek. It's 52 in Fort Lauderdale, barely 54 on Key Biscayne. It's now coming up on 8 31. Before you leave the house again. You've been warned. It'll be the coldest day of the winter. So far for the next 24 hours, Temperature's air on Lee going to climb into the mid to upper sixties in South Florida with the breeze. It's certainly gonna feel even cooler that probably feeling like the fifties mid fifties during the day at times, Florida Weather Center senior meteorologist John Feerick's says Wake up Temps tomorrow morning will be in the low to mid forties. With those further North needing to consider bundling up their plants. Your locations across north Central Florida certainly got To be concerned with the frost, with temperatures dipping back close to the freezing mark. After warm up toward the end of the work week, another friend should give us a cool shot for next weekend air correctly Guess news radio 6 10 wi Rud, and it's another day of heavy snow in the Northeast. Forecasters say some areas haven't even seen the worst of it. Yet. The National Weather Service is reporting that parts of New England will have more than a foot of snow on the ground before the storm tapers off. Tomorrow night, and it's a different kind of ground Hog's Day celebration and punks. Itani, Pennsylvania, Hung Santoni's Phil's prediction was made when I turned to see There's a perfect shadow cast of MI six more weeks of winter, there will be because of the Corona virus pandemic. No crowds were around to celebrate a tradition that goes back more than 200 years. The event was virtual with on Lee, the organizer's.

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"senior meteorologist" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

08:03 min | 2 years ago

"senior meteorologist" Discussed on 600 WREC

"After the New York Attorney General's office, Uh, showed a new report. That it looks like he may have the number of nursing home covert deaths have been underestimated by as much as 50%. He said. This Third of all deaths in this nation of her nursing homes. New York state were only about 28% only but well below the national average in number of deaths and nursing homes. But who cares? 33 28 Died in the hospital, died in a nursing home. They died. This sounds very familiar. Do you remember this? The fact is we had four dead Americans. Was it because of a protest, Or is it because of guys out for a walk one night to decide that go kill some Americans. What difference at this point does it make it is our job to figure out what happened and do everything we can to prevent it from ever happening again, Senator Wow, the same tactic being used by a Andrew Cuomo. We want to bring in Janice Dean. She's from Fox. She's the Fox News senior meteorologist. The reason why is she is talking about this is because her husband Lost both of his parents in a nursing home in New York. And we welcome Janice back to the program. Hi, Janice. Hi, Glenn. Nice to see you, my friend. Good to see you. So tell me Tell me what your reaction is to Governor Cuomo. Where do I start? It's been 10 months that I've been covering this governor and he continues to really surprise me with his arrogance, his narcissism. Stupidity. He continues to go on national television. On Friday and, you know, says Things like you just aired cares so so tell me, the 28%. The rest of the country has 33% Is that true? Well, I have to first begin by saying I was surprised that the attorney general here in New York was a Democrat, was endorsed by Governor Cuomo did her own investigation 76 pages of a report into the nursing home issue. The Something that I have been shouting from the mountaintops for 10 months. You know, I've been on your program talking about Cuomo and the mandated Bukoba positive patients in the nursing homes and the fact that this governor continues to hide the numbers. The Justice Department had an investigation into him. He didn't give them any information. Glenn, I got it from a top source. With the Justice Department. The top investigate guitar, a unit in the nation, and he wasn't giving them information. So she took it upon herself to investigate him and came up with the fact that the numbers have been skewed. He's been basically covering them up. For many months now and there, it least 50% higher than they've officially been reporting. Yeah, I think that the official number was 56% off of this report, which was incredible and 56% higher, crease you higher than they has really said it, Which brings that number to 28. Or does that bring that number higher than 28? I don't know The answer to that. I do know that the figure they're released already, though, is still too low. I mean, listen to this. The figures could be even higher. But the Health department said it's all it was ongoing didn't break out Jets for presumed but not confirmed, too, because whether hours and omitted those in assisted living or other types of long term care facilities, there's still much, much more To unravel here, Janice. Yes, Absolutely. And that's why I am Pressing everyone, too. In government in in local government as well as state government and even federal government. We need an independent, bipartisan investigation into this governor. And the whole debacle, the whole nursing home massacre, But I will tell you there is light. There is a door opening because of this age, the report and now The New York Times is starting to dig in on this governor and this new Agey report as well as the vaccine roll out. There is an article a damning article in New York Times today, talking about how nine of his higher high ups in the health department are leaving, are leaving and they had an interview with Cuomo. And would you believe this was his quote? Lenin Stew. Everybody has a plan until I punched him in the face, basically saying, I don't need anybody. I know who I rely on and the article lays out hospital lobbyists, top donors not Scientists, not people who should be telling you not to put covert positive patients in nursing homes. Hospital lobbyists they give him millions of dollars are whispering in his ear about the nursing home issue and the vaccine rollout. This is criminal. Landed stew. It's criminal. So, Jenna Sweet. You know, it looks as though Gavin Newsom you know, the to wonder boys were Newsome and Cuomo and Newsome looks like there's a real chance of him being removed by the people. Do you see that kind of a recall? Andrew Cuomo Thing taking root in New York? Still, I think we need a new mug. Yeah, Cuomo's awful mugs and we need now recall Andrew Cuomo. I'm in. I'm in for this. Here's the thing I've done research. We can't do that in New York. It Zsa special kind of thing of beauty that they have in California. We can't do that here in New York, but we need to take his powers away. He has control over everything they gave him superpowers so no one can challenge him. And I've been saying to lawmakers grow a spine. You have a lot of ammunition now against this governor, go in and take his powers away. We are a democracy, not a monarchy. Well, usually they don't do anything until they think the king will be dead. Nobody wants to put a knife in the back of the king. If the king can live through it, and I think that's probably what's going on. Everybody is shy until it looks like he's weak enough. Theo take out which is it sick, But that's what happens. You imagine if Donald Trump had not well, we we'd saw it. After what happened at the Capitol people started exiting the White House. And the press. Just dog piled and said, This is an administration out of control. Everybody is leaving. You have nine of the top health officials of New York Leaving because of Andrew Cuomo. Isn't that worth more than just one story because the mainstream media The New York Times is, but you're not seeing very much time spent on ABC, NBC, CBS. He's not getting the push back. That quite honestly is warranted, with nine top health advisers walking out I'm not listening to the science not listening to the scientists listening to his top hospital lobbyists who have been basically whispering in his ear since the very beginning of the pandemic. This is the reason why Meteorologist on Fox News Channel is getting political because I saw none of the coverage. I was seeing these little bits and reports about you know the covert positive patients going into nursing homes, his executive order that was scrubbed off of his website and.

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"senior meteorologist" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"senior meteorologist" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Well, rain is the forecast today. Rain beats what happened last night. Rain today High of 40 Tonight cloudy he lower 32 Then tomorrow some snow showers. And a high of 32 or 38. Right now, the tristate severe weather station. News radio 700 wlw Hope you didn't get caught in that. Last night. The NFL draft garners a lot of interest because Obviously, uh, teams need to hit the ball out of the park and some on virtually every single round, but you especially have to win. In round one. And I think Most people are on board as saying that the Bangles need an offensive lineman and round one. A. What you had to do was just see the way Joe Burrow was beaten up before he left for the season to know that they need something like that. They need an upgrade. Really? At at least three of the positions that they have right now. So they my guess is unless something drastic happens. They go offensive lineman and round father. There was the fifth overall pick. Okay, That's great. What? After that. Well, the senior bowl was Was yesterday, the week leading up to it where coaches and scouts and everybody could gather. And watch exactly what the talents were of these potential draft picks was as important as the game itself. It's always all of these teams come back with the information they gathered last week. What exactly? Is the strength of this draft past the fifth pick overall in round one. Coming up in 11 06 Mike Rainer, Pro football focused. Calm is going to join us, but in a minute College basketball the heck happened to Kentucky this year, and now they're on Cove in Watch. What happened to this team that for so many years was so competitive. We'll talk about that Next. Now it's time for the news. 700 wlw. News, traffic and weather. Use radio 700. W L jealousies. Cincinnati Dodging the bullet. This is the 10 30 report. I'm Sandy Collins breaking now Tri State miss the worst of that huge winter storm barreling across the country. Chicago buried in snow, northern Ohio, getting heavy amounts. Now it's headed to the East Coast. ABC News senior meteorologist Rob Marciano is tracking it. This was already getting into D. C by tonight. It really starts to accumulate there into a Philadelphia by tomorrow morning, New York You're really starting to get hit hard with the snow. It does turn to a bit of a mix. I think during the daytime tomorrow in place like D, C, Philly, New York and then goes back to all snow. So that keeps some of the accumulations down. Also make that That's no really tough to shovel. But in some places I think just west of New York City, maybe even in the city. We could see a foot or more of snow affiliate a little bit less. But with that sleep mixing in now, West Central Ohio has a winter weather advisory till seven for the areas around Greenville, Sydney Wall Pock Selena and Belle Fountain, now just north of US, or winter weather advisory till one o'clock today from Richmond to date in Springfield and over to Columbus. In Kentucky. A winter weather advisory for Boone, Kettunen Campbell counties, but everything else has expired. Let's see how that weather is affecting your own ways. Right now, Roger in pretty good shape. They're mostly wet or slushy, less troubled areas are still a little bit icy, but the highways are clear right now one crash in Dayton Or found 6 75 just south of the green. There's a crash North bound now ladies forecast from a train heating and cooling weather set on news radio 700 wlw. We've got rain with 100 40 Today Tonight Toe. Few snow showers lonelier 28, Then tomorrow cloudy with snow showers. High 31 radar shows rain everywhere in heavier In some areas to the east of Cincinnati. Right now we're looking at 38 Degrees. News is a service of Kings. Ford.

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Skier dies after being found buried upside down in snow at California's Mammoth Mountain

The Tom Sullivan Show

00:32 sec | 2 years ago

Skier dies after being found buried upside down in snow at California's Mammoth Mountain

"Leaving lots of travel dangers. ABC News senior meteorologist Rob Marciano some areas of California digging out from a staggering nearly 9 Ft of snow tragically once here, lost his life after becoming trapped in the deep snow and on the coast of California massive amounts of rain. Part of the iconic highway one washing away south of Big Sur. Caltrans officials say they don't have an estimate yet for when that stretch of roadway will reopen that storm, bringing snow tomorrow to Indiana, Ohio, Baltimore and Washington. Listening to

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"senior meteorologist" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"senior meteorologist" Discussed on KOMO

"Komal morning news with manufacture and Greg her shoulder on Co Moh news. KOMO Seattle KOMO at them. Oakville, the Northwest's on Lee 24 hour news station. From ABC News, So I'm Chuck Secrets, and President Biden working this weekend, say White House aides to try to get Republican support for his nearly $2 trillion covert rescue package. ABC is Andrew Jim Bird at the White House. Fighting's plan includes $400 billion for a national vaccination program, more money for small businesses and $1400 direct payments to most Americans. But a proposed raising the minimum wage to $15 an hour and a for state and local governments is proving to be a nonstarter for most Republicans, Senator Susan Collins of Maine, telling any C N the president called her and she advised he could get more Republican support. The package wasn't so broad the president's working on that interrupted in the last hours by going to mass at Washington's Catholic Church, making preps to use the third coded vaccine. ABC is Trevor All South Africa variant already detected in South Carolina today confirmed in Maryland, a Brazilian variant detected in California and Minnesota. And there's now hundreds of confirmed cases of the UK variant in at least 32 states. President Trump's impeachment legal team is now to be determined no longer on board South Carolina attorney Butch Bowers and his associates. A source close to Mr Trump says it was a mutual decision. Former top Trump lawyer, J. Secolo was out as his former Trump attorney, Rudy Giuliani. Big storm system moving. He's leaving lots of travel dangers. ABC News senior meteorologist Rob Marciano some areas of California digging.

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"senior meteorologist" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"senior meteorologist" Discussed on WTVN

"And weather in central Ohio Muse Radio 6 10 W. T V and Columbus your D. C h D to Astro, but I Heart radio station. From ABC News. I'm Chuck Stevenson. President Biden working this weekend, say White House aides to try to get Republican support for his nearly $2 trillion covert rescue package. ABC is Andrew Dember it at the White House. Fighting's plan includes $400 billion for a national vaccination program, more money for small businesses and $1400 direct payments to most Americans, but a proposed raising the minimum wage to $15 an hour and a for state and local governments. Is proving to be a nonstarter for most Republicans, Senator Susan Collins of Maine, telling any C N the president called her and she advised he could get more Republican support if the package wasn't so broad. The president's working on that interrupted in the last hours by going to mass of Washington's Catholic Church making preps to use the third coded vaccine ABC is Trevor All South Africa variant already detected in South Carolina today confirmed in Maryland. Ah Brazilian variant detected in California and Minnesota, and there's now hundreds of confirmed cases of the UK variant in at least 32 states. President Trump's impeachment legal team is now to be determined no longer on board South Carolina attorney Butch Bowers and his associates. A source close to Mr Trump says it was a mutual decision. Former top Trump lawyer J. Secolo is out as his former Trump attorney, Rudy Giuliani, Big storm system moving. He's leaving lots of travel dangers. ABC News senior meteorologist Rob Marciano some areas of California digging.

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Winter storm warnings issued for Midwest

America First with Sebastian Gorka

00:26 sec | 2 years ago

Winter storm warnings issued for Midwest

"National Weather Service, senior meteorologist Brian Hurley says the wind chills will be dropping well below zero for much of Minnesota and Eastern Dakota's vibrant out for those meaning that because of the Cold War coming in behind it And those strong wound or looking at once or we'll muddle don't perform tomorrow You're a blizzard warnings posted for much of the region by the National Weather Service. Also a town hold on

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La Niña likely for this fall, winter season

Real Estate Today

02:17 min | 2 years ago

La Niña likely for this fall, winter season

"And now that we're just past the halfway point in the fall of 2020. We wanted to see what's behind the wild swings from stormy two beautiful from cold to hot to. Ah, hurricane season that just wouldn't stop. Wildfires, tornadoes and much, much more. And it appears the big factor is a weather pattern called La Nina. But what is Let Nina why does that determine the kind of whether we get And what will it mean to all of us up north and down south as we approach the winter of 2021. For that. Let's talk to a weather expert. Joining us now is Paul Pastor Lock, senior meteorologist and head of the Long range Forecasting department at AccuWeather. Paul. What is La Nina Nina is the cooling of the central eastern equatorial Pacific waters. It changes the overall up a little patterns across the Pacific and actually globally. But it usually initiates a stronger northern jet stream storm track, and when we see La Nina, we can get faster, moving stronger systems that effect northern areas of the United States. And the Southern areas tend to kind of ease back a little bit. So you tend to get some colder shots in the north, and it stays warmer and drier in the south. And so we're expecting a lot, Nina this fall season this fall into winter. Yes, and it's already Starting up and it's also La Nina could be very favorable for named tropical systems in the Atlantic Basin. And so that's a sign that we've already seen 20 named storms that La Nina is coming in full blast. I see and Paul what causes this? Is it just nature taking shape or what? The globe. Those three cycles, warming and cooling of the equatorial, the loss of energy out of the waters. You know, this up and down kind of balancing act goes on and you get these wings to take place from back and forth between El Nino and La Nina. So it's a cycle that goes through sometimes that we have to wonder. And there's other tell connections that can affect whether we go into La Nina or El

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Hurricane Delta turns deadly as ravaged Louisiana cleans up aftermath

World News Tonight with David Muir

02:27 min | 2 years ago

Hurricane Delta turns deadly as ravaged Louisiana cleans up aftermath

"We do move on now to the aftermath of Hurricane Delta forty eight hours after slamming into Louisiana more than three, hundred, thousand customers are. Still without power homes in Lake Charles Underwater after the second hurricane to strike there in just six weeks heavy rain moving up into Tennessee and Georgia. You see right there and take a look at this a freight train derailing on flooded tracks in. Georgia leaving to a Hazmat emergency situation homes around the evacuated and the remnants of Delta are still on the move. Here's ABC. Senior meteorologist. Rob. Marciano. Tonight the remnants of Hurricane Delta wreaking havoc in the south after slamming into. Louisiana category, two hurricane at least seven reported tornadoes across the southeast first responders forming a human chain rescuing people from chest high floodwater in north Georgia heavy rain swamping parts of I seventy five this massive train derailing causing a hazmat situation and evacuation outside of Atlanta water pouring into homes residents waiting through the debris in. Louisiana three hundred thousand customers still without power tonight. Residents picking up the pieces from Delta's devastation. One hundred mile per hour winds, toppling trees, ripping roofs off homes, knocking down power lines. The North side of town was completed dark that was nothing Delta hitting Louisiana just six weeks after Hurricane Laura the two storms making landfall just twelve miles apart the white family living out of their camper power of is out for twenty seven days actually for us another still people without power from the first one. Charles residents know they have a long road to recovery feel hopeless I don't know if I'm going to. Be Able to live through. Put back together. Only to have a distorted again. All right rob joins us now just back from the Storm Zone and rob the remnants of Delta are still packing a punch far from the Gulf coast. Very much. So it's a matter of fact, the remnants of Delta will be here in. New. York City in the next thirty six hours. Take a look at where the center of this thing is is just north Georgia near Chattanooga Tennessee strong storms that you saw in this area, but the heaviest rain is up against that front. So we put the map into. Motion, you'll see the pulses of heavy rain in DC and Baltimore, and Ocean City tomorrow, and then Philadelphia's well throughout the afternoon. The heavy stuff stay south of New York until tomorrow night and then lifts into New England where some of this will be beneficial rains. But in places like New Jersey will be the heaviest, we could very well see some flooding there.

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Family dead from carbon monoxide poisoning after Hurricane Laura hit Louisiana

News, Traffic and Weather

00:32 sec | 2 years ago

Family dead from carbon monoxide poisoning after Hurricane Laura hit Louisiana

"And eastern Texas after Hurricane Laura President Trump declaring Louisiana a federal disaster area. 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. Under Lake Charles, Louisiana family of four also dying of carbon monoxide poisoning. This is one day after Laura struck the stronger storm to hit the state and more than 150 years, killing at least 14 people across the storm zone, ABC senior meteorologist Rob

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At least 14 dead in Texas and Louisiana after Hurricane Laura

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:35 sec | 2 years ago

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

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Hurricane Laura headed for category 4 'life-threatening' storm, says NWS

Bill Leff and Wendy Snyder

00:50 sec | 2 years ago

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

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Hurricane expected to make landfall in the U.S. this weekend

News, Traffic and Weather

00:38 sec | 2 years ago

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.

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'Life-threatening' Tropical Storm Barry grinds toward Louisiana

Joe Pags

00:57 sec | 3 years ago

'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.

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Rob Marciano, Senior Meteorologist And ABC discussed on Saturday Night Special with Amy Guth

Saturday Night Special with Amy Guth

00:20 sec | 3 years ago

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

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Rob Marciano, Rob Carpenter and Florida discussed on WAOK Programming

WAOK Programming

00:45 sec | 4 years ago

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

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Bill Karen, Thomas Garrett and Nbc discussed on Colorado's Morning News

Colorado's Morning News

02:12 min | 5 years ago

Bill Karen, Thomas Garrett and Nbc discussed on Colorado's Morning News

"The front range mountains odds looking at that you can't see it from this away just put it on autopilot get out there you'll see three degrees tonight you guys tomorrow another round of showers and storms eighty two and then that's it that's it for the fun storm activity for awhile thursday through the weekend we should be sunny and dry and quite warm thursday back up to ninety degrees again so what we had over the weekend it's on its way back for the end of this week all right thanks for the warning i thought she left to go that's right now on colorado's morning news we're following what appears to be a terror attack in belgium three people are dead and that includes two police officers will have more coming up at the top of the hour of things to come just days before the official start hurricane season sub tropical storm alberto threatens to produce dangerous flooding after making landfall on the northern gulf coast yesterday abc's senior meteorologist rob marciano has the latest from florida the state's governor warning residents you're needing to travel just make sure you're very cautious about that tropical rains now extending all the way to the carolinas in polk county north carolina two people killed after a falling tree struck their vehicle the men who were killed died in the storm they were part of a north carolina tv crew w y f f news anchor mike mccormick and photojournalist errands smeltzer were killed when a tree fell on their suv nbc meteorologist bill karen's remembered the crew this morning they had actually called the fire chief in the town they are in about the storms and about the rain to get advice for people to stay safe and then you know the the randomness of falling trees horrible the pair had just interviewed the north carolina fire chief who recalls the last thing they all said to one another was to stay safe a republican congressman from virginia will not seek reelection and the reason why shocked many personal republican democrat or independent is known me for any period of time and has an integrity i am a good man and i'm an alcoholic this is the hardest statement that i've ever publicly made forty six year old thomas garrett will officially step down in january.

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Rob Marciano, Pittsburgh and York discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

World News Tonight with David Muir

01:45 min | 5 years ago

Rob Marciano, Pittsburgh and York discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"Jonathan karl for us tonight jonathan paint you also from the white house tonight a statement on us policy in syria after the president said he wanted to pull us troops out quote very soon that statement walking back the president's call indicating no change in policy and no time line for withdrawals tonight about two thousand american troops remain syria to train and advise in the fight against isis and the trade conflict heating up between the us and china the trump administration proposing import taxes on chinese electron ix and machinery products within hours china strike back against american soybeans cars and chemicals the president's chief economic adviser larry cudlow insisting it is not a trade war with an opportunity to renegotiate still american farmers and tech companies are expressing alarm we turn now to the weather seven confirmed tornadoes in the past twenty four hours and tonight wind and colours for twenty three states this dramatic cloud near columbus ohio violent storms damaging hundreds of homes there and shattering this hangar at houston's hobby airport and when the storm clears out another blast of winter is right behind it abc senior meteorologist rob marciano at the weather wall new york rob good evening kiddie down the behind his current system is cold enough to bring us lake enhanced no showers in the month of april big wins as well potentially doing damage and certainly delaying flights across the northeast high wind warnings up until after midnight and freeze warnings across amid south look at these numbers in the morning wind chills and the teens and twenties from chicago to pittsburgh to new york city certainly cold enough sustained snow and got another snow maker that'll rot across the great lakes and get into upstate new york by friday morning another system potentially bring snow as far south as dc on saturday tom even more snow will stay tracking no storms.

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