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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
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
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.
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
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
"senior meteorologist" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Up towards northern Alabama, northern Georgia. That's an area to be careful about not all the time on occasion. One of the stronger Cold Front's coming down there, But in the meat, I think they can have the time to clean up and actually, reluctantly that after this season Oh, that's good. And Paul from everything you've said It seems to me that No matter where you are in America, and no matter what your plans are for either buying a house, selling a house or repairing your house, perhaps It's a good idea to keep your eyes on the skies this winter. Yes, you know, it's the northern half of the nation concerns. It's the southern parts that are a little bit easier. But again, be careful. I mean, the these things can creep up on you. You'll get some periods in the east, where you can get a break and enjoy the weather a little bit. But then one of those big nor'easters can come up upon you. Power outages. You're down for a couple days and a lot of cleanup efforts. So again, be cautious. Be careful and stay tuned. Abso lutely. Well, Paul, I really appreciate you joining us on the show today in giving us Look ahead at the winter weather of 2020 and 2021. Thank you. Thank you. Very welcome. Paul passed Alak, senior meteorologist and chief of the Long range Forecasting department at AC You weather coming up on real estate today why the nation's renters? Might be in trouble. I think it's very clear what the consequences will be if Congress does not provide an extended eviction, moratorium and substantial rental assistance, and that is a tsunami of evictions. That's next on our special show the winter mark. I got an iPhone iPad or apple Home pod. You can listen to real estate today. Any time at all. Just say Hey, Siri, play the real estate today podcast..
"senior meteorologist" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Says, quote home building is set up for success. Steven Back to you. Thanks, Bill. We're going to continue our look now at the winter weather, As you know, bad weather up north or down south can really hit real estate. So what can we expect in the next three months for that? Let's continue our conversation with an expert. Joining us now, once again is Paul passed? Alak, senior meteorologist and chief of the Long range Forecasting department at AC You weather, Paul. Welcome back to real estate today. Oh, glad to be back. Steve. We are so glad you're here. So Paul, how about the Upper Plains and the Pacific Northwest? How are they looking this winner Paul anywhere across the northern tier the nation's susceptible of getting some busy whether this winter season Maybe even extended as well. I think the specific Northwest periods where it's going to be very active in the near term here in mid December, very active, heavy rain mountain snows measured in feet. Coastal winds going to be a issue as well. That will ease back for period of time, then come back again in mid January and February, and we could be looking at an extended against season all the way. Which is not that unusual for March, April and even into May, as well could still be talking about snow in parts of the northern Rockies. Oh, my gosh! And continuing around counterclockwise as we look at the southern area of California and the Southwest. They had.
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
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.
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
At least 14 dead in Texas and Louisiana after Hurricane Laura
"Hurricane Laura devastatingly tore through the region. ABC senior meteorologist Rob Marciano is in Lake Charles. Louisiana. Hurricane Laura's death toll rising In Fort Arthur, Texas. At least three people are dead authorities suspecting they were poisoned by a generator's carbon monoxide and in Lake Charles, Louisiana family of four also dying of carbon monoxide poisoning. This is one day after Laura struck stronger storm to hit the state and more than 150 years, killing at least 14 people across the storm zone and cruise in California, making progress on more than
Hurricane Laura headed for category 4 'life-threatening' storm, says NWS
"Say Hurricane Laura is rapidly intensifying and will become a catastrophic category for hurricane Before landfall. Now that storm churning toward Texas and Louisiana gathering wind and water that Sora lt's over much of the Gulf of Mexico, ABC senior meteorologist Rob Marciano is in Lake Charles, Louisiana. Push of water that we're going to see with this. We're talking about life threatening flooding. So a lot of these parishes have seen mandatory evacuations because of that, and this is going to be Flooding downtown Lake Charles and then on top of that we're flooding rainfall into little rock and all the way through the mid Mississippi River Valley. So a huge chunk of the U. S being impacted by the storm as it moves inland. I'd have devastating impacts. National Hurricane Center senior specialist Stacey Stewart says. Some
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.
"senior meteorologist" Discussed on WJR 760
"Big comes as such think about those things now because peak season is right around the corner that is really smart so Paul looking at the east coast now I read your forecast on the accu weather site and you were saying that the east coast could get double hit scorching heat end big big storms it is a good chance that July would be the market I mean he could we're gonna see some back and forth on temperatures in the rest of June but when you're in July you may start getting a little bit toasty humidity coming up a little bit batteries start using around conditions of fans a little bit more often especially at night now and then at the same time it could set up a kind of in between area in the middle of a state like Virginia and Carolina's where they could get hit pretty hard with some severe weather early season severe weather here so that's something to watch out July specially and they will have to worry about the tropics for the Carolinas in August we still have a lot more to talk about could you join us again in the next hour a real estate today absolutely no problem great we'll talk to you then Paul thank you Paul passed through lock senior meteorologist and head of the long range forecasting department at accu weather coming up on realistic today you'll meet a realtor who wanted to help during the pandemic so he donated more than one hundred thousand masks to healthcare heroes everybody has to do some public Zacks and that's why we are not here that's next right here on real estate today if you.
'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.
"senior meteorologist" Discussed on Weather Geeks
"The skies above the finely. Manicured blades of grasping their feet. Today's guests knows how important it is to get the forecast right for the PGA tour were sitting down with BTM's lead senior meteorologist, Stuart Williams, who has spent the last twenty years, providing forecasts for the PGA tour and it's world renowned golfers while the players have their own game plan, mother nature. Sometimes has her own plan as well. We'll discover how simple wind shift or a wilted blade of graph can make a huge impact on course conditions. Plus, when severe weather threatens will get an inside look into the decision making process that helps keep golfers and people safe. Thank you for joining us on the weather geeks podcast. I'm Dr Marshall shepherd Stuart thank you for joining us takes forever. Yes, it's been a pleasure. I'm a golfer, and I was certainly watching the masters and I just want to first of all a out anyone that was involved in the weather decisions. Assoc. Hit with a masters golf tournament because I thought it was brilliant. And I just wanted to get you on whether geeks to talk about the process by which meteorologist works with the PGA tour where did you get into all of that on the on the podcast? But before we do that, Stewart, lemme tell tell the listeners a little bit about, you gotta be s and applied science with an emphasis in meteorology from UNC ashville, your promoted to lead senior meteorologist at DT in which stands for data transmission network in two thousand twelve I found this interesting. Your first job was with a startup called mobile weather, or is it mobile weather you work five tournaments the first year. I is it mobile Alabama? Or is it mobile mobile as mobile weather? So wanna hear all about that? You twenty years experiences an onsite meteorologist, but.
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
"senior meteorologist" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Becoming a border Stephen back to you. Thanks bill. As we head into the spring real estate market. We can expect the days to grow longer the temperature's slowly rise and the whole world soon be filled with colored all that can be great for real estate as buyers and sellers C neighborhoods and the homes in them at the peak of their beauty. But what else can we expect? Let's get the spring weather forecast specifically tailored for real estate. From a pro joining us now is Paul past luck senior meteorologist and the chief US long-range forecaster at AccuWeather, Paul. Welcome to real estate today. Thanks for having me back again here. We're delighted you're here. So Paul now that we're all most in the spring market which begins this coming Wednesday. Hopefully, we're going to get a break from all the snow. We had especially in the late winter. So how are we looking in the spring of two? Thousand nineteen. Well, the one thing is compared to last year the transition going into spring is going to be a little bit easier than it was last year was really nasty all the way through the end of April, and especially from the midwest to the northeast with more snow and chilly temperatures, but the normal transition for the eastern half of the nation at least is setting up going forward. That's good to know. Because after all nice, mild weather is great for house hunting and how selling but the severe storms. They really stop it in its tracks. Yeah. That's the only problem. We have is. We do think there's going to be an uptick in severe weather, but in your more traditional area that you get hit. And that's in tornado alley in central and southern plain states farther east. Yes, there can't be some occasional severe weather, but it's the middle of the nation. We're going gonna watch out for as we get into the heart of severe weather season, April, and may well, let's start there Paul what are you expecting for the? Nations tornado alley areas the pattern actually setting very well. It looks like we're going to see systems coming out of the south west at times meeting up with some very warm and humid air in the traditional tornado alley places like from southern Nebraska, Kansas, Oklahoma into Texas could have a rough go in April, and may and you know, could be severe damage caused by multiple tornado outbreaks during the course of the season.
"senior meteorologist" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"You get some Arctic air mixed in. I see now finally Paul let's look at the west. Now, we all know that they had an absolutely devastating series of wildfires out in California. What should they expect this coming winter? Are they going to see some relief? Well, the effects of the fires are still going to go on. It may not be that. There's fires going on. It's the what's burned areas that are left. We've already seen punishment already as far as heavy rain and snow in the northwest, and that will continue to go on for a little while, but it may shift farther south again into central northern California area that really would like to miss this kind of situation at least get some rain. But not heavy are thinking is that January could be rough month, especially late December and into the middle part of January could be pretty active and that can beat the mudslides and it housing damage in water problems as well. So that's an area of the country are gonna watch their but far interior west not as bad may ease back during the course of the winter season a challenging winter ahead. So Paul for sellers who might want to schedule an open house or for buyers who might want to go house hunting and for either one. Who's going to a closing? They really need to pay attention to the forecast this coming winter. Yes. Especially in the eastern half of the nation and also a little bit on the west coast. And if you own a house again backup generators make sure you have those and those prone areas, make sure your heating systems are working fine. You don't wanna lose power. In case that cold snap comes in January on you. Israeli look ahead. Really good point Paul, Paul. I really appreciate you coming on the show today and talking about the winter weather outlook. Thank you. Welcome. Save Paul pass a senior meteorologist and head of the long range forecasting department at AccuWeather..
"senior meteorologist" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"You get some Arctic air mixed in. I see now finally let's look at the west. Now, we all know that they had an absolutely devastating series of wildfires out in California. What should they expect this coming winter? Are they going to see some relief? Well, the effects of the fire. Fires are still going to go on. It may not be that. There's fires going on. It's the what's the burned areas that are left. We've already seen punishment already as far as heavy rain and snow in the northwest, and that will continue to go on for a little while, but it may shift farther south again into central northern California an area that really would like to miss this kind of situation at least get some rain. But not heavy are thinking is is that January could be a rough month, especially late December and into the middle part of January could be pretty active and that can be the mudslides and it housing damage and in water problems as well. So that's an area of the country. We've got to watch their far interior west not as bad may ease back during the course of the winter season a challenging winter ahead. So Paul for sellers who might want to schedule an open house or for buyers who might want to go house hunting and for either one who's going to a closing. They really need to pay attention to the forecast this coming winter. Yes. Especially in the. Eastern half of the nation and also a little bit on the west coast. And if you own a house again backup generators make sure you have those those prone areas, make sure your heating systems are working fine. You don't wanna lose power. In case that cold snap comes in January on you. Israeli look ahead. Really good point Paul. What Paul I really appreciate you coming on the show today and talking about the winter weather outlook. Thank you. Welcome. Save. Paul pass deluxe senior meteorologist and head of the long range forecasting department at AccuWeather..
"senior meteorologist" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"You get some Arctic air mixed in. I see now finally Paul let's look at the west. Now, we all know that they had an absolutely devastating series of wildfires having California. What should they expect this coming winter? Are they going to see some relief? Well, the effects of the fire. Fires are still going to go on. It may not be that. There's fires going on. It's the what's burned areas that are left. We've already seen punishment ready. As far as heavy rain and snow in the northwest, and that will continue to go on for a little while, but it may shift farther south again into central northern California area that really would like to miss this kind of situation at least get some rain. But not heavy are thinking is is that January could be a rough month, especially late December and into the middle part of January could be pretty active in that can lead to mudslides and in housing damage and in water problems as well. So that's an area of the country. We've got to watch their but far interior west not as bad and may ease back during the course of the winter season a challenging winter ahead. So Paul for sellers who might want to schedule an open house or for buyers who might want to go house hunting, and for either one who's going to closing they really need to pay attention to the forecast this coming winter. Yes. Especially in the. Eastern half of the nation and also a little bit on the west coast. And if you own a house again backup generators make sure you have those and those prone areas, make sure your heating systems are working fine. You don't wanna lose power in case that cold snap comes in January on you. The look ahead. Really good point Paul. What Paul I really appreciate you coming on the show today and talking about the winter weather outlook. Thank you. Welcome. Save. Paul pass deluxe senior meteorologist and head of the long range forecasting department at.
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
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.
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.
"senior meteorologist" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Market stephen back to you thanks bill we all know how weather can have a big impact on real estate last year's wildfires out west and the devastating back to back hurricanes made the real estate market's in those areas just stand still so as we head into the spring real estate market what can we expect will the weather be favorable for a robust season or not let's get the spring weather forecast from a pro joining us now is paul pass deluxe senior meteorologist and chief us longrange forecaster accuweather paul welcome to real estate today hey thanks for having me back we'll paul i think like most people you would think i'm so glad the spring is almost here because that was one wild winter well being if exhausted i mean you get a little quiet periods here and there but managed just been one after another can't catch our breath here we'll paul now that we're almost in the spring market hopefully we'll get a break from those bombsite clones and the nor'easters and the huge blizzards how are we looking in the northeast in the spring of two thousand eighteen anytime you have a very active late winter season like we've had it takes time for the atmosphere to relax the upper levels of the jet stream are still very strong but the surface is warming up and that could cause some big things to happen that's when severe weather comes into play and that's our big concern especially as we get into april and may for the middle part of the nation and your brakes taking.
"senior meteorologist" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Concluded that the top housing market for 2018 will be las vegas they say it's future is growth ice searingly bright coming up in half an hour millennials are shouldering more debt to become homeowners seeking backing you thanks bill continuing now at our special cheryl though winter market and indepth work at the three months ahead which in much of the country are the coldest and snowiest months of the year what will the upcoming months mean to real estate and what will they mean to you if you're planning to buy or sell a home in the winter market for that let's talk to an expert joining us as paul passed a lock senior meteorologist in head of the longrange forecasting department at accu weather paul welcome to real estate today thanks for having me giving again so paul after that really rough patch we had with hurricanes and wildfires please tell us it's going to be an easy winter is it ever i mean there has been a couple of winners word really not whole lot has happened but i don't think this one's going to be a quiet one in fact it's already started on a high note already with you know the snow all the way in the deep south and the fires continuing in southern california with a strong offshore wins but uh i think that's just the beginning of a rough stuff coming you know you just mentioned of the we have seen early snowfalls in many parts of the united states now are the early snowfalls any indication of what's to come later or they just a oneoff event i just think it's a preview of that anything can happen anywhere any we had snow all the way down to mexico in florida already in this is really early for that to happen so yeah i think that we are going to see occasional extremes pop off from time to time especially the rest of december and also into the month is january's well interesting so paul let's go regionbyregion and take a look at what kind of winter weather we should expect and how it might impact real estate starting with the northeast well the.
"senior meteorologist" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir
"In massachusetts ending up on wanted side and take a look at the lake effect wide out in buffalo bills and the colds nearly playing blind and behind all this a big chill is now on the way for a huge stretch of the country abc senior meteorologist rob marciano starts us off night more than one hundred million americans feeling the effects of this winter blast lake affect snow falling from indiana to new york thunder snow startling west seneca three miles south this seen the bills cold game snow falling updates you inches per hour so thicket times you can barely see the field indiana drivers dealing with wide out conditions slick roads causing hundreds of crashes in the northeast this weekend and connecticut a jack knifed tractor trailer slowing traffic to a crawl this driver careening in an icy pon outside boston swimming to safety through frigid waters tonight the usually mild south still reeling at the height of the winter storm almost three hundred thousand without power face popping allo they never know knowing putney off cruise now working to get everyone back on line along with the warriors villagers red gone but one major school district outside atlanta still in the dark and closed monday and robbed joins us live now rob after all the snow a big chill now on the way yeah we've got a big snap comey tom is still a affects knows are gonna continue tonight so let's take a look at that i is gonna be a a dicey specially south the buffalo north of syracuse he got warnings out till seven am tomorrow and up to twenty inches in spots if not more is possible in another clipper system coming through the great lakes tuesday wednesday is gonna bring some of this call it look at these numbers these are afternoon wind chills as kohl as warm as it's going to field chicago eight to two trees in green bay eight degrees in chicago and detroit and on wednesday similar numbers as it goes to the some of the bigger cities from dc the boston teens for after new wind chill high temperatures that is the coldest air the season top five there and buffalo were they had all that snow right rob thank you next to the west california's thomas fire already more than two hundred seventy square miles that's bigger than chicago and intensifying tonight crossing into santa barbara county wishing across the.
"senior meteorologist" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"I've been a couple of years that i'm looking at their compared to this all that did have some producers there so we are a little concerned about the interior section may be ignored amid alantic western new york that there could be a little bit of uh late october snow but overall all that kind of odd you know one colder period out of the overall perspective i think the overall halls not too bad taking the midwest as a whole paul how do we look in the nation's heartland as we approach the fall season i'll take the harvest teeth in is good i think it's actually pretty good early on i think could get a little chilly though oprah like i just said i across those parts of the region and died now snow maybe a little bit early on the doorstep for parts of that region as well not looking for a lot of snow but i can't see it coming a little earlier than a normally does now of course out west we have seen a really tough spell in which they had match asif epic wildfires now will that continue in the fall of 2017 or can they expect some relief we're talking to the northwest i think there's a change coming here at the start a fall we're going to see much cooler conditions higher moisture in the atmosphere which is good and precipitation that will come bon little bit more frequently and it has been in the latter part of the summer so this is the area of the country i think that has a bigger change in anything else i think things are are looking brightening in that should ease back some of the fires have may take him time but i do think it's going to go in the right direction or paul i really appreciate you talk in real estate where this and what people buying and sowing homes can expect as we enter the fall market of two thousand seventeen thank you for joining us no problem you walk paul passed a lock senior meteorologist in head of the longrange forecasting department.
"senior meteorologist" Discussed on KTRH
"Or center ktrh news time twelve all want our top story tropical storm watches issued for parts of the east coast as hurricane jose lurks just off shore in the caribbean abc senior meteorologist rob marciano says armagh battered islands are bracing for a strengthening hurricane maria this thing really has developed pretty rapidly tadeu category one seventy five mile an hour winds as the east of barbados by about one hundred fifty miles that are become a category to storm that hit the islands of monday night into tuesday we've got warnings in watches up for the same mile as it got hit by armagh and then getting to puerto rico looks like wednesday as a categorythree storm continuing on towards the turks and caicos meanwhile sunday was the first day back for many residents of the floor florida keys the they were allowed back to their homes at investigation is underway into the evacuation of a flooded port arthur nursing home during hurricane harvey this is a preliminary investigation into possible wrongdoings that occurred in this facility during the evacuation such schedule flooding of this sold during hurricane or porter answer police officer michael a bear says that a criminal search warrant was served at the league arthur place unearthing mersing rehabilitation center last week the nursing home came under criticism for family of residents after its handling of the evacuations during flooding from harvey about 74 residents were evacuated during those floods of the insurance council of texas calling hurricane harvey the costliest storm and stayed history the insurance council says there were nineteen billion dollars in insured losses from harvey one is struck the gulf coast in southeast texas last month property losses have been reported it over three billion dollars while both auto and commercial property losses are around five billion the figures do not however include residential property losses from flooding nick reich of its newsradio 740 ktrh i'll just a few weeks ago but it worth east water purification plant was underwater now it's expanding their silvestre turner says this is the largest water treatment project in the world this is a monumental and it was safe and reliable drinking water.
"senior meteorologist" Discussed on KOMO
"Storm to hit the roof beginning to rip off over our heads and i can't imagine what it's like to be in there but thousands of people waiting for the storm to come in because 100 mile per hour winds for several hours this afternoon it's going to be a tough ride for the people here is going to be a harrowing afternoon david thanks very much why move up the coast now senior meteorologist raw marciano in sarasota they're feeling it already we are all can cakewalk hearing the wings annoying how how i hear is that are all plan primakov hours when the horror of get here in sarasota we are near the off the entire west coast of florida susceptible because they have guys the rate or higher has it when a quarter or charlotte maple we talk about tablet just a stone's throw from here that varies a sackable from all of this water that yes has some barrier islands but they are well documented they will be inundated with water storm surge model saying that the water heater won't get off an overdose area potentially opera never my head in a camera already it is watering kelly i can see obscured by some of that rainfall that has now all windblown and wind driven that's not we ocean my friend that is upgrade beyond that of the gulf of mexico and all that water is going to push up in this area not to mention this rainfall now starting to come down these areas ran on just acceptable summer thunderstorm tablet vein who held role canals county especially in sarasota qouted here too so are talking about a double whammy treble every actually core corridors wins get here later on tonight in georgia that attractive protests right over here come on top of all pranked make it makes it even more pride together hard to believe you are still hours away from the worst tampa bay as rob say expected to get had very hard that is especially vulnerable city tj homes is there and tj you've got a lot of lowlying land there and the usaid especially vulnerable that's the issue here look like like drop was you're saying a good hard rain and they give flooding this the floodprone area but now you're talking about storm surge and the the issue here for folks.
"senior meteorologist" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Seven thirty three thirty nine and so we start off this next segment here and i wanna bring on a meteorologist of greatest steam by the way you don't end up being the senior meteorologist at the national weather service in my ami okay by not having a lot of years behind your belt steve it is steve cannot or no i can arc and stevia there yes i'm here thank you steve i didn't mean to put your name there buddy at an uptick aaa no i looked at it does happen allied you know i still right i am a weather guy with the name hail you know so tell me it's been a busy week right right um you know an incredible amount of preparation and involved on you know for anyone in the fell quarter area included colder busy week uh dealing with armour approaching and now are kind of down to the final hours of the approach of obama he had a what has been the most challenging thing for you over the last two a couple of weeks in at him the most challenging um were i've on it really too you know our goal is to protect life and property and really being able to make sure that our message that goes out to the public and everyone is is it consistent message that really prompt people uh it take see action to do the right thing to make the right decision to protect themselves and their families uh tha that's that's a huge challenge uh you know look at ill while they're served up during any any sort of major event on particularly one that has the potential to be a devastator catastrophic nick like are about a you know in in oklahoma of where we are based along the red river and we're actually in three weather centres tulsa fort smith uh or sites say tulsa fort smith and also oklahoma city and dallas up we have our little thing had called a kind of like a situational awareness where we bring all the meteorologist and the emergency managers together and then we create a situation and we go through that process and hopefully were able to work out the bugs do you do that same thing in your market yeah yes uh you know to basically probably exactly what what you guys do really from in this case about seventy had an an dan we started uh communicating daily and.
"senior meteorologist" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir
"I was pinned down in the dining room we fully got up held the baby and escaped he explains tonight with at least fifteen dead rescuers are still hoping for more stories like his uncovering crumbled pieces of some of the more than forty homes that were obliterated a hotel is also buried beneath the rubble but officials say it's still unclear whether any taurus are among the missing tom marsa goods odds with a search and rescue efforts marcy thank you know the dangerous weather back here at home to stormrelated deaths reported in arkansas and take a look at this a tornado rolling right towards the home depot in new jersey among the doors wide open shoppers turkey for cover plus drenching rain south of pittsburgh the flash flooding damaged trees and buildings all related tropical depression cindy every senior meteorologist rob marciano has more extreme weather today spinning up this tornado in central new jersey witnesses at this home depot running inside for cover powerful winds flinging the doors wide open torrential rains thrashing the window lightning strikes with sheets of rain drenching argun not the same line of storms down in trees and toppling power lines across the garden state west of pittsburgh flash flooding damaging homes and washing out roadways eras total rain you couldn't see anything in springfield missouri powerful winds tearing off the roof of a car wash catapulting it into this house and north of boston wins toppling a tree right through a house crushing its front porch torrential rain washing out roads in central michigan and a massive lightning bolt obliterating this house in harrison it's remains scorched and covered in black ash.
"senior meteorologist" Discussed on WJDX
"I've ever to see more dry days and more hotter conditions especially north central claimed midwest interesting and you know over the past few years every time you and i have talked about the summer market weather in the west we've talked droughts after droughts after droughts but how about this year paul well you may not be severe but it you know they go through their dry season okay and i don't expect a whole lot rain through july in california nevada in those areas now the northwest can get some showers from time to time and then we'll start to see our what we call the southwest monsoon kick in i in july and august which should be pretty active this year so an area from new mexico up through colorado utah could see some heavy actions far showers and storms and the possibility maybe some mudslides local flooding so watch out for the roads if you're traveling in that naked the would for the line august but the west should be dry should have no problem getting out looking at houses and things should look much better than it has been over the past several years excellent will paul i sure do appreciate your coming on the show today and talking about what to expect in the weather this coming summer thank you thank you for having me again you very welcome pop haselock senior meteorologist and head of the longrange forecasting department at accu weather coming up on realistic today so you've made a ton of money in a short term rental on your home but what about the tax bill take throw actively because you may be in a situation where now.