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Great Lakes temperatures breaking records
"You may have missed it in this extreme news year of twenty, twenty climate changes in the north are happening at a record pace this year the data points record setting one hundred re temperatures in Siberia, Arctic wildfires omitting record greenhouse gas emissions, and the Lowest Arctic Sea ice coverage ever recorded in July. Closer to home water temperatures in the Great Lakes have been running high this summer. Erik. Anderson is with Noah's Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory Eric Welcome to climate cast. Glad to be here. Thanks for having me. Let's talk about Great Lakes water temperatures this year. How warm are they? So. Generally, they're about one to two degrees warmer than what we've seen. We saw spike in early July that race temperatures up. So in Lake Michigan that's. About seventy six degrees. Fahrenheit. Lake Huron slightly cooler around seventy two degrees. Lake Erie getting close to eighty just under eighty maybe about seventy eight and Lake Ontario? Kind of seventy six point five degrees I would say. Let's talk about Lake Superior why is it different than the other Great Lakes? Well, you know generally there's differences just across the Great Lakes from geographic scale of the region. So superior. Is the farthest North Lake I can see dramatically different weather than you see in Lake Erie you're on -Tario. Pursue the southern stretch of Lake Michigan. So that's one factor. It can get slightly different weather, slightly different air temperatures and winds in that region. But another key feature is just the size and the depth of the lake. Because Lake Superior so big in. So deep the cold water that's down below does a tremendous job at keeping the surface. Cool. Even when we have a streak of warm air temperatures like we've seen this summer. What about longer term trends on the Great Lakes seasonally, what trends are you seeing for warmer summer temperatures in the Great Lakes the data that we have on surface water temperatures has shown that summer temperatures in the lakes are all trending upwards. So we see warmer water temperatures over. Roughly the last three decades when we have consistent or even four decades based on temperatures or we have consistent data sets in that's on par with what we see in ocean temperature changes even may be slightly more rapid rates in it sounds small. If I, give you the number typically it's around a a half a degree for decade, but that's actually quite a. Lot of change for these large bodies of water But we're also starting to see from the data that we see rapid warming in the fall in the spring as well, which is a signature that this summer period is really getting longer. It's stretching in both directions. So the shoulder seasons in the spring and fall are are warming up sooner in cooling off later respectively. What will you be watching for for Trans on the Great Lakes and climate in the next few years? Lakes and really lakes in general are a good measure of the impacts of climate change. So they're small enough that they can. Give us a discernible, a clear signal of of climate trends if they exist. But they're large enough that they do have that climate memory. So they're they're not so tiny that responding to every daily fluctuation in whether they had that long term memory part that US to look at long-term trends like what a climate change might Britain. Eric Anderson with Noah's Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory thanks so much for being on climate cast today. Yeah. Thanks for having me.
Thunderstorm Warnings Issued Across Chicago Area
"Okay a lot of showers and thunderstorms still across the area right now of the heaviest rain has been south of Chicago doesn't flood advisors down for Joliet but that's a heavy rain storms spread northeastward no severe thunderstorm warnings of the mall we still do have a severe thunderstorm watch for a good chunk of the area especially from cook county cook county on south and southwest that goes until nine PM could have some gusty winds and hail think flash flooding will be the biggest concern into the evening with the showers and heavy storms later tonight clouds break low sixty three breezy and less humid tomorrow with intervals of clouds and sun and a spotty afternoon shower high seventy six partly cloudy tomorrow low sixty partly sunny on Wednesday with a shower storm around the afternoon high seventy seven source to warm up again late in the week sun mixes with clouds Thursday high eighty two and then warm and more humid heading into Friday with clouds and some sun there could be an afternoon thunderstorm with a high of eighty seven seventy two degrees right now and here at seventy three about why somebody wanted Naperville and sixty eight at the lakefront reading down the sixty three tonight accu weather meteorologist Brian Thompson on Chicago's weather station newsradio seven eighty one oh five
Mostly sunny skies. A few showers for New York City area
"And a great start to the weekend we'll see plenty of sunshine here for this morning a few more clouds for the afternoon that's when we'll see a couple showers and a thunderstorm in the spots especially in the Jersey napa valley suburbs into the afternoon and evening now some of those storms could produce heavy rainfall at times otherwise warm and humid today worked eighty to the midtown if you're heading to the beaches temperatures in the upper seventies tonight remaining human low sixty nine tomorrow warm and humid once again that's really the story here for this weekend times of sun and clouds tomorrow spotty shower or thunderstorm mostly for tomorrow afternoon high once again of a eighty two degrees many humid in the Monday will see a high of eighty six and by Tuesday turning out hot and humid the high temperature ninety degrees currently at seventy two degrees with mostly sunny skies relative humidity is seventy five percent repeating the current temperature is seventy two going up to eighty two this afternoon
Chicago Weather: Temperatures Cooler For Week To Come
"Dot com whatever you do today enjoy this weather most of today is going to be fantastic sunshine and temperatures near seventy two degrees today but around eight or nine o'clock the temperature is going to really hit the skids strong cold front is going to come through temperatures will drop tonight to about forty three degrees and pretty much for the rest of this coming week temperatures are going to be chilly it's going to be a little bit rainy cloudy tomorrow with highs around forty nine in a little bit warmer in the suburbs it is sixty nine degrees officially in Chicago right
Severe weather threat lingers into the overnight in Ohio
"Showers and thunderstorms tonight may be strong to severe same thing on Saturday we may end up with one to two inches worth of rain Saturday's warm the high up to seventy two degrees Sunday sixty three with rain in the morning clouds in the afternoon and clearing at
Weekend Warm Weather Breaks Records in Boston
"Air in Boston the mercury reached a wildly unseasonable seventy two degrees over the weekend that smash the record of sixty one degrees for the day set in one most recently twenty seventeen it was also only the fourth time since records began being kept in eighteen seventy two but by Austin saw any January day reach seventy or
"seventy two degrees" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"And seventy two degrees we got heavy rain moving in later tonight and we're going to assume all the way down to forty five for overnight low good evening I'm Steve our top story nine a one the house passed a resolution today almost entirely along party lines laid out the framework for the next phase of the impeachment inquiry public hearings the combo look at the president trump's efforts to persuade Ukraine to investigate his political rival former vice president Joe Biden on this vote the yeas are two hundred and thirty two the nays are one hundred and ninety six the resolution is adopted as expected the house voted along party lines to push the impeachment inquiry of president trump into a new more public face majority whip James Clyburn we're here today because grave dedicated public servants and patrons all stand up for their country Republicans a speaker Nancy Pelosi broker promise not to support impeachment unless it has bipartisan support and they point to today's vote in which two Democrats joined every Republican in voting against moving the impeachment inquiry forward minority whip Steve Scalise not only did every single Republican reject the Soviet style impeachment process but we were even joined by Democrats who couldn't stand it anymore president trump tweeted the greatest witch hunt in American history the house vote comes on the day the top Russia expert on the National Security Council is testifying on Capitol Hill Pam Coulter CBS news doctors a congressman Jeff and true one of the two Democrats who broke from their party on the process for he says he'll make a judgment call on the impeachment itself well in fits and starts some progress is being made in the battle against southern California wildfires that's coming.
"seventy two degrees" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Seventy two degrees right now coming up at the end of tell you just how long the rain will last in the mix but the same thing tomorrow morning traffic and weather together on the eight now expanded traffic cover and it eight eighteen we begin our expanded coverage in like Highland still dealing with an accident eastbound six three five Abrams two right lanes are still block and there is a record there but we are seeing the photo back to around seventy five now westbound six thirty five still dealing with some slow traffic stretching from thirty eight heading up towards skill man and I actually heading up towards seventy five and the Dallas north tollway southbound seventy five still dealing with moderate to heavy traffic from Alan through Plano Richardson six thirty five actually since all the way into downtown northbound seventy five flows from the downtown interchanges heading up to at least northwest highway what's it over John will be looking at a slow down in the Loxahatchee area yes Sir about thirty five he was shut down a highway sixty six everybody being G. tore off the road rage just north of the seventy seven crossing also some slowdowns on the northbound side getting to their Carrollton south phone George Bush turnpike slowly please you make your way from midway past thirty five the all the way down past say the lake farmers branch south of thirty five yet Val within the express they they have the right lane blocked off let's head over to Randy full with another check on that though driving Hearst herself around three or south on eight twenty of the one twenty one split that accidents in the on the freeway in the right lane is all the you're gonna be able to access to get through that it's a pretty solid back up to one eighty three and Lupe twenty west is heavy from Irving as a result of this accident in south Lake eastbound one fourteen near Campbell a stall is on the right shoulder and combination of that in a weather related back up stretches in the Roanoke and four or south on thirty five W. heavy delays are happening from one seventy eight password if your drive takes in the Plano cellphone Delfino tolling of the bush turnpike we had acted in the right lane that is just cleared but we are still dealing with boxes so traffic starting back Eldorado parkway in Frisco northbound Dallas north tollway before lovers that accident cleared still thing residual slowing as well I'm joy feels a unix deported eight twenty eight and breaking traffic alerts.
"seventy two degrees" Discussed on 710 WOR
"O. R. station seventy two degrees at four o'clock good morning I'm Terry Macready bail is set for the rice cooker suspects and as Steve green field reports he has a lengthy rap sheet Larry Griffin the homeless man charged with placing rice cookers in the city subway station and next to a trash can in Chelsea was also arrested several weeks ago in Harlem on a drug possession charge and he has an active warrant for his arrest for failure to report and for missing drug screens and was previously indicted for using obscene matter with the intent of seducing a minor he appeared in Manhattan criminal court and bail is set at two hundred thousand dollars for the twenty six year old from West Virginia Steve greenfield W. O. R. news a woman dies after her husband accidentally pincer with his car in queens I shook Bala has more police say Isabel code heroes behind her vehicle at a car wash in mass but on Saturday when she and her husband realized the car was in reverse the man jumped into the car to stop it but the car hit the woman police initially said the man accidentally reverse but leaders of the car rolled backward into the woman she was pronounced dead at why cough heights Medical Center no charges have been filed and the investigation is ongoing I shook Bala W. O. R. news twenty two year old Norwalk Connecticut man is under arrest and being held on two hundred and fifty thousand dollars bail after indicating on Facebook that he wanted to commit a mass shooting police executed a search warrant and found multiple handguns large magazines with rounds of ammunition and tactical gear at the home of Brandon what actual although the guns were registered to his father with whom he lives Brandon had access to them he's been charged with illegal possession of large capacity magazines after he attempted to purchase items out of state the prime minister of Denmark says the idea of the U. S. buying Greenland is absurd the new jail has details the Danish leader told a newspaper in Greenland that the island is in for sale adding that he hopes the idea floated within the trump administration is in serious well green Lynn is a Danish territory he said green belongs to Greenland president trump confirm Sunday that the idea has been tossed around but said it's not a top priority of his the new jail NBC news radio an Ohio man is being charged with making a threat to shoot up a Jewish community center James Riordan reportedly posted a threat against a Youngstown Jewish center in a video that showed him firing a gun when police raided his home they found a number of guns including two A. R. fifteens president trump is worried about the US economy sliding into a recession he told reporters that he doesn't see a recession for the U. S. on the horizon even though we claim the world is in a recession right now trump explain that.
"seventy two degrees" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Seventy two degrees in fair we're going up to eighty six in mid town today wins news time three forty eight three young boys struck by a car on sunrise highway in Lindenhurst early yesterday they remain in the hospital this morning the three boys were having a sleepover and at four o'clock in the morning they decided to walk about a quarter of a mile to the seven eleven store in Lindenhurst at the intersection of straight path and sunrise highway all three were struck by a car seven police commissioner Gerold in heart set thirteen year old Jose L. Lopez is in very critical condition his nine year old brother Jose E. Lopez is in serious condition and their twelve year old cousin has non life threatening injuries and a sixteen year old sister realize that they were gone and followed after them she actually witnesses accident civilly say the driver of the car was twenty year old Ryan Arthur a UPS employee who was on his way to work the police say he had the green light and no criminality is suspected Carol Deoria ten ten wins on Long Island Tiffany co on campaign for queens district attorney is still alive the judge ruling that he will review twenty eight contested ballots in the see saw democratic primary race for the D. A.'s job I don't have a next Tuesday just sixty votes every command from queens borough president Melinda Katz Jeffrey I've seen in court Wednesday showing no visible signs of injury and of a discussion about his upcoming trial on federal sex trafficking charges Jeffrey abstains lawyers asked for more time beyond the tentative June trial date the judge upset even though it means more time that Epstein spends behind bars but they told the judge they need time to review an estimated million pages of evidence from prosecutors attorney Gloria Allred represents a group of accusers and she believes others all worried about retribution that would mean here physical harm economic harm a shell damage at C. faces sex trafficking charges he's accused of abusing.
"seventy two degrees" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Hulu that's what my talks watching everything streaming everything entertainment my top one oh seven one your five I witness news weather forecast today's being brought to you by Burnsville heating and air looks like today will be partly cloudy the high of eighty eight and a low of seventy tomorrow looks like much the same a little warmer partly cloudy hive ninety in the low of seventy currently have my talk it is mostly cloudy in seventy two degrees is it wrong for me and yeah guys the beautiful day started out a little rough pretty good now yeah I slipped in discipline a trundle bed last night trundle off get into my bed update which a lot of people have been calling about right and why I made a decision nearly seven hundred dollars all because of one email hello from one listener one coming up later this hour meanwhile Donna you like things that are dark you watch dateline you creep I do I love dateline I love number still what a.
"seventy two degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Seventy two degrees in Boston it's partly cloudy at six thirty and good morning I'm double Lawler here's what's happening going to be a long morning for firefighters in land they've been battling a house fire overnight WBZ's Jim McKay is there and Jim some dramatic rescues so far yeah yeah just got her here on the scene there still are knocking down parts of the upper floor of this our residential home and right in front you've got one fire trucks just all over the place and firefighters are pretty much controlled most of the smoke right god you're actually tweet out for the building was still smoldering what we know right now is there have been eight residents are displaced from this our residents your offer birch street in land right now they're currently standing outside the sense this house is great the towels and it looks like they've had quite a long evening as you can imagine actually spoke without one of the individuals here Justin speak the greatest English but just told me he was he was okay and he's just lucky to be out of there like you match dramatic rescues we're still gathering more information here as we get going enough will be here reporting live off birch street what Jim McKay WBZ Boston Jan thank you on the Cape I hit em Ron has left a bicyclist in critical condition roaster police chief heath Eldridge says it happened on millstone road in Brewster Tuesday night certainly this time of year lot of people out on bicycles a lot of people out walking we just wanna make sure that everybody to recognize that they need to share the road in that there's others out there one driver saw a light beige sedan driving away Conor longer Brewster is hospitalized in a coma at tufts Medical Center the body of Brockton mayor bill carpenter will lie in state in Brockton city hall from noon to six o'clock this afternoon his funeral is tomorrow the three term mayor died last week at the age of sixty two after being found unresponsive in his vehicle in the parking lot of an elementary school carpenter a just dropped off his young grandson an order to boil the tap water in a couple of community south of Boston this morning Randolph and Holbrook are being told bacteria may have entered the water supply following mechanical problems at the town's joint water plant people are being advised to boil the water before drinking brushing teeth or even using it for cooking no word on when that order will be lifted and another heads up hamburger and hot dog buns are being recalled after pieces of plastic were found in the packaging here CBS's map Piper flowers food one of the largest producers of package bakery goods in the US is recalling baked goods including hamburger and hot dog buns and dinner rolls sold by retailers including Walmart all the public's in Piggly wiggly because they may contain pieces of hard plastic that pose a choking hazard the Georgia based food producer and issued the recall after discovering pieces of hard plastic in production equipment though no injuries or illnesses have yet been reported the recall involves dozens of the company's Roland bun products distributed to eighteen different states mac Piper CBS news a new mission to help animals in Boston Carl Stevens has that just ahead six thirty traffic and weather together the Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the three not so good on the pike eastbound at pretty bad inside of one twenty eight locked up from one twenty eight to the also bring interchange were crashes lord really just clearing as we speak it's more than a half hour to get through that back up though for ninety five south bound GM four mile and a half getting by a car fire blocking the middle lane in the right lane before route nine south of town we go next and to find out about re twenty four we get the my for insurance road before there are no issues thus far to get in on the twenty four north up the one forty does the Silver City Galleria sometimes that's a problem not today now we had a delay up in Brockton around the Westgate mall that's gone so it's slow down from her is the Boulevard up for the ninety three split of forty four dollars crested after the Bob rae insurance rotor part ninety five north bound is stalled out from one twenty three past two ninety five slow getting by four ninety five and then from the pond to street to one twenty eight David Struff Pelino WBZ traffic on the threes seventy two M. partly cloudy right now in Boston we are looking for a warm humid day mix of clouds and sunshine could be showers or thunderstorms in spots today especially north and west of Boston high eighty four seventies on the Cape and islands tonight mostly cloudy sticky with a few showers thunderstorms seventy three the overnight low and tomorrow cloudy.
"seventy two degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Seventy two degrees. Sunny skies in Boston at eleven o'clock in morning. Nicole Davis and here's what's happening. Graphic testimony continues the sour in Worcester for day, four of the Blackstone house of horrors trial on the stand right now state police detective, Philippe eight Martinez showing photos of the infant remains discovered in Murray squalid home in Blackstone back in two thousand fourteen also today we've seen text messages between Murray and her older. Children also learning more about that Facebook account that Murray allegedly created to hide her younger children's identities from her older kids also today. We're expected to hear from Murray herself in a ways we hear from WBZ's Karyn regal. We are expecting to hear from Erica Murray today in a way, we are not expecting to hear from her on the stand, what we are expecting to hear our her tape from when she was interrogated shortly after the so-called house of horrors was discovered by police by officials in by the board of health. These are the. Show when she talked to police we heard yesterday from forensic experts who testified to the age of the three infant remains found in the house. Those experts say two of those children were born and lived one of them appear to be fetal remains Karen, it's been live tweeting all the proceedings so far. She's doing it right now, as we speak, you can find those tweets catch up on the proceedings on our feet at WBZ NewsRadio one today in New Hampshire, the state supreme court they're denying LeBron request for a new trial. Three zero decision came down earlier today after LeBron pushed to get that new trial, claiming in the first trial he had ineffective counsel, a former student at Saint Paul school, and he was convicted of sexually assaulting classmate. It was also convicted of using a computer to learn underage student for sex, which then required to register.
"seventy two degrees" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Seventy two degrees at ten. Oh, three. I'm curt Lewis top stories tonight Fort Worth police officers association, speaking out against an officer's termination the police officer was fired last week five days after accidentally discharging her duty weapon while trying to apprehend pretend a suspect during a traffic. Stop the association says the officer became startled as the man fled and fired her gun hitting the car, but nobody inside association president Manny Ramirez, says the decision was made much more quickly than normal termination will serve no other purpose than the message throughout our police department that hard work and integrity. Do not outweigh political expediency Ramirez says the officer was just seven hours away from completing one year of service time which would have afforded her the right to appeal. Her termination department of Justice has settled a discrimination claim against the column. County village of farmers Ville this over and Islam excessive four acre cemetery will be built despite religious inflamed. Comments by elected officials to try to keep it out the Islamic association of Collin county had tried to buy the land after cemeteries in Denton and Dallas said there were running out of space wants the news, hit farmers Ville, the public reaction was fierce. According to court documents some claim the Islamic association was trying to build a terrorist training center Assad Rahman attorney for the association says the place where we wanted to bury our loved ones at some simple as the other no ulterior motive, no, no other agenda. Under terms of the settlement. City officials are getting training to understand religious land use laws. No city officials returned our call L P Phillips, News Radio ten.
"seventy two degrees" Discussed on 1075 KZL
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"seventy two degrees" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"Good ask John and Dave dot com. Click on the questions, but then send us a note that way, sometimes it lets us get a little bit more detail from you and a little bit more detail to you. And so so that's good also. And and that's gotten Zeke. I'm not sure how busy you guys are right now. I know that the last two show last week we did a best. But the two shows prior to that we had a lot of HVAC questions people who still needed helping. I think we ended up point in your way. So what is what's? What's the time of year? Like, I mean is this is this a slow time for you is, unfortunately. Yeah. I mean, what was it? Seventy two degrees on New Year's day. Be working on HVAC stuff. It's early season. This is the craziest stuff, I don't know. I actually I kind of had that in mind 'cause with there's there's two elements. I think about the weather that impact you guys impact us as consumers of heating and cooling systems. And that's like when it's as wet as it's been and as warm as it's been in this time of year. Know, what water some of the things the other stuff that I thought would be good to tackle this morning, and and and I'll just kind of rundown litany of things. And maybe you guys who I want to talk about that. I wanna talk about that. But I would like to understand like, what's the most common issue? This time of year. Everybody is worse settled we're we're moving into the winter. I mean as a Yankee, this is what we call the beginning of, you know, cabin fever time where you just locked up. It's snowing outside it's cold outside in about three months from now, you just hate life because you've got to get the heck out of the house. But then the other thing I thought if we could take a little bit of time on. Not by choice..
"seventy two degrees" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK
"It's seventy two degrees in Norcross where your local time is four zero one pm. I'm Amanda Cooper. And here's what's happening. Democrats Stacey Abrams and Republican Brian. Kemp went at each other last night, especially on voting rights under secretary Kemp. More people have lost the right to vote in the state of Georgia. They've been purged. They've been surpassed. And they've been scared Abramson. Democrats have accused camp of keeping thousands of black Georgians from voting and Kim took no time firing back about minority voter participation in Georgia's minority participation in Georgia's twenty three percent, we have a million more people on our voter rolls today than we had when I took office. We've had record turnouts in our last presidential election. And we're having record turnouts right now Abrahams is seeking to become the nation's first black woman, governor NBC news anchor. Megan Kelly is apologizing for insensitive racial comments that she made on air. We have the full story coming up at the bottom of the hour. Police in Kent County arrested a man they say broke into a house and sexually assault. To the woman while she was asleep with her husband investigators reported that William Charles used a ladder to enter the home where he groped the woman. And then he ran away journals was arrested in his being held on a twenty five thousand dollar bond in sports. The Red Sox drew first blood last night as they beat the dodgers eight to four in game one of the world's series at Fenway park. Edwato Nunez broke open a four game with a three run Homer in the seventh ending for Boston on the beginning. I thought single. Walgreens, so high, and I know it was a slow ball. When the wars going. I was decided the Red Sox hosts game two of the best of seven matchup on Wednesday. Well, you're W A. Okay. Spoke weather forecast shows mostly sunny skies wit smooth wins right now in college park temps are holding steady at seventy two degrees. I'm Amanda Cooper on news talk thirteen eighty W A. Okay. Now. Let's check your right right now. We're still seeing delays in DeKalb county. Twenty five eastbound east of flat shoals is they try to clear this crash off to the side things getting much better on the south side with that earlier wreck on seventy five southbound near exit twenty one that accident has been cleared. Some lingering delays there and things are getting busy. If you're traveling eighty five northbound this afternoon as you approach twenty-five 'continuing up towards Indian trail. I'm Aguirre on and talk thirteen eighty W A. Okay..
"seventy two degrees" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK
"And seventy two degrees in the West End. I'm Amanda Cooper in. Here's what's happening. This has been a heck of a week for Florida and Georgia residents hurricane Michael slammed into the panhandle Wednesday as a power for hurricane for storm and left a trail of destruction in his path through Georgia. But through it all residents told channel two that they are blessed. Nobody hurting US House really blessed. I know I am Lord on your saying you don't have to worry about that is so good at us. And I'm so thankful reports. Now showed that the storm weakened to a tropical storm last night and is moving through the Carolinas. Six people have been confirmed dead. Wow. Really? She thinks he's being bullied if anything she needs to look at her husband that was one lady's reaction to first lady Melania Trump's claims that she could be the most bullied person in the world. She made the remark on ABC's. Good Morning America while promoting her. Be best initiative. The Florida's went on to say that the campaign was started. Because of what people were saying about her a Georgia resident weighed in on our common. If you put yourself in a position to be elected to national office. You're going to be criticized some people would look at it as criticism other people may look at it as being bullied the initiative addresses online, bullying in sports, Georgia and LSU scrawl in a SEC heavyweight battle tomorrow afternoon in Baton Rouge, Louisiana and head coach Kirby smart says is game on you. Don't get weeks off in the SEC. And it's extremely tough place to play. I think you saw that last week with teams that played on the road and our conference we're going on the road this week. The second ranked BULLDOGS are six zero on the season right now. It's seventy three degrees in Stone Mountain where everyone is enjoying sunny skies. And cool winds later tonight expect partly cloudy skies with a low around fifty two. I'm Amanda Cooper on news talk thirteen eighty w L K. Now. Let's check your right?.
"seventy two degrees" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Seventy two degrees. We have partly cloudy skies in the city sixty four in Morristown sixty six in mount freedom. That's a new one on our screen mount freedom haven't seen that one before. Not even sure where that is quite frankly wins news time to forty eight. An SUV crashed into the front of a house in Nutley Tuesday afternoon. The driver of the GMC Yukon barely conscious when emergency responders race to the home of the corner of lakeside drive in Passaic avenue Andrew studio lives there. I normally would have been in that room, Mike. My computer ask is there. Got home Forty-five minutes earlier, which I normally do the whole different story. Neighbors say it could have been a massacre at it happened less than an hour earlier when students were streaming by from nearby Yanacocha elementary school. The driver may have suffered a medical episode of some sort of no one was home at the time of the crash wins. News time to forty nine. An attorney for the company whose limousine was involved in the weekend crash that killed twenty people says any safety violations had been fixed attorney Lee kindling says he hasn't think recent infractions contributed to the tragedy in school Harry last week. I guess there were some minor safety infractions that were noted windshield wipers and a latch on a window had broken, and they fixed it so little things like that. But. Recent as last week, they were told by department of transportation that they could that this vehicle was roadworthy, and they could drive. The state maintains the owner was sold to take that vehicle off the road and keep it there. There's word two days before the crash that killed twenty people vehicle fitting that description of the stretch two thousand one Ford excursion had been listed for sale on Craigslist. The price thousand dollars for the truck with one hundred eighty thousand miles on the odometer phone number was listed the same one as the one for the limo company. Wins. News time to fifty new audit says New Jersey transit suffers from a lack of funding. Low morale top heavy management structure and little or no strategic planning transportation.
Seventy Two Degrees and Twenty Two Minutes discussed on 24 Hour News
"And wins. You give us twenty two minutes. We'll give you the word evening. Seventy two degrees. Cloudy at eleven forty on this Monday October. I
Richmond, Virginia Department Of Emergency Management and Ryan Douglas discussed on The KDKA Radio Afternoon News with Robert Mangino
"Gina. We have seventy two degrees at six thirty at Pittsburgh International, lying rose. Ryan douglas. Authorities in Virginia say one person is dead after an apparent tornado touch down in the Richmond area and caused a building to collapse. The second person was taken to the hospital with minor injuries. Dominion energy reported six thousand customers in the Richmond area without power due to Monday storm, the Virginia department of emergency management considers the storm is part of the remnants of hurricane Florence which left flooding rains across much of North Carolina over the weekend
"seventy two degrees" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"To thirty. Good morning. I'm Bob Conroy. These are the top stories on NewsRadio WBZ PM flash. Flood warnings and worries in places in the Carolinas hit hardest by former hurricane Florence more from CBS it appears the cause of a series of gas explosions in communities north of Boston last week a has been pinned down and President Trump continues to claim the death toll from McCain Maria in Puerto Rico last year is being purposely inflated by Democrats try to make him look bad. Sports cubs launched Cincinnati two to one and SOX beaten by the Orioles also a two to one right now the skies fair aperture reading of seventy two degrees. CBS news special report, the rain still falling over the Carolinas. Rivers are still rising money. Low-lying? Areas are underwater recruiting parts of Wilmington, muddy river, water swamping entire neighborhoods miles inland torn you're asking us evacuated a trailer park near Asheville North Carolina and his worried designed for for my neighbors around here. Yeah. Of course, because some some are limited income on fixing reports. Some have the insurance to cover whatever it's gonna happen someday. Now, tropical depression, Florence is wind for at least eighteen deaths, and though there has been progress restoring power more than a half a million customers are still without it about actually adds up to many more people and looking ahead. We likely already have about three feet of rain on the ground across parts of North Carolina by the time, it's all said and done we could have more than four feet in spots. It's not out of the realm of possibility WBZ MTV meteorologist, Megan Glenrothes CBS news special report, I'm forty the WBZ news time to thirty two. President Trump is doubling down on his claim the death toll from ARA Cain Maria in Puerto Rico last year has been inflated. He's accusing Democrats of.
Hurricane Florence's outer rain bands moving over N.C. Outer Banks
"Thank you. I turning it over to chief meteorologist Dan off. Dan, you, and I are you especially your keeping a very close eye on hurricane Florence. I it it is now on US radar in. You're saying you're starting to see the outer bands hit hit the islands. Yeah. The first little wave came through the the Outer Banks of North Carolina about two hours ago. But now the bigger outer ban the one that's more intense. Probably getting winds gusting close to hurricane force there. Around the Beaufort area and around Cape Hatteras and is edging closer to Wilmington, and that's the expected landfall sometime shortly after midnight tonight packing winds right now one hundred ten miles per hour. Remember yesterday and the day before wind was up to one forty one forty five. So getting a little bit of some sheer or some southwesterly winds coming in on the southerly side of this storm that's kind of a weakened that a little bit. But what it has done as its Winfield has expanded over the past twenty four to thirty six hours. Hurricane. Force winds stretching out as far as eighty miles from the center that's a big storm. Tropical storm force winds in excess of thirty nine miles per hour. Inex- about two hundred miles away from the center landfall again after midnight and is moving northwest at about twelve miles per hour. So it has slowed down, and again, it's we've moving ashore and in creeping along into South Carolina over the next two days
New Jersey sports bets rise in August with online wagers
"I'm character Falco. Our next report at eleven fifty one on ten ten wins wins news time eleven forty two court day tomorrow for over a half dozen New York City police officers, but this time they'll be on the wrong side of the law. Ten ten wins. Reporter Roger stern has that story. Seven officers are under arrest for Leslie providing protection for prostitution and gambling a couple of dozen civilians are also under arrest. The investigation
Supporters march for death row inmate Rodney Reed
"Evidence on their side. Supporters of death row inmate Rodney or going to March on the old bath county courthouse today. Hoping reads case, we'll get another trial to free. Rodney read campaigns Willie Hughes. Their attempts. So far, I haven't gone so well doing new DNA testing that was recently ruled against by the supreme court of the United States, a
Britain Tedesco, Boston and Christopher Brayton discussed on WBZ Morning News
"Right now seventy two degrees here in Boston we are going to, be hiking up, to about ninety today, going to be very hazy hot and humid and all that stickiness we'll make it feel more like a hundred or more a heat advisory. For the. City and nearby suburbs from noon today through. Tomorrow night, good morning. I'm, teeny gal in for Deb Lawler
Authorities identify 5 of 8 victims killed in New Mexico crash
"How long five of the victims of a head on. Bus tractor trailer crash in New Mexico have been identified as federal investigators now focus on the front. Of the semi NTSB senior investigator Peter Kutowski have aided information for blood of article. Purposes as, well as medical. Records of the driver three days after the crash sections of I forty will be. Closed to traffic. Today following investigators
Suicide car bombing in Somalia's capital, at least 4 wounded
"A private burial service will be held. Today at the US naval academy for Senator. John McCain. The latest coming, up from, CBS news a suicide, bombing in Somalia's capital leave several people wounded, Joliet teenager accused of beating his, wife to death has bonded out of jail WBZ 'em sports this is Rick Greg the. Bears, will introduce new edge monster Khalil Mack at, one today will carry it live Illinois Notre Dame one northern, Illinois lost cubs won socks lost. Seventy two degrees right now
Senator John McCain, Trump and Eli Manning discussed on 24 Hour News
"We'll give you, the word good, morning seventy two degrees fair skies at twelve forty of this Saturday on his, twenty, fifth on Paul. James here's what's happening a parks worker discovers
"seventy two degrees" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Seventy two degrees and for the rest, of your Wednesday mostly sunny. Will be, breezy but again we're going to see some scattered showers and also some thunderstorms throughout the day on. Wednesday Eighty-six degrees then Thursday we can make it through Thursday thinks. Get much better you're going to have a nice sunny, day on Thursday lower committed with a high. Of seventy nine Degrees Anew Pennsylvania commission formed by governor wolf as a new focus focus is on the lesbian gay transgender and queer community here in the state of Pennsylvania and KYW Sharon day Howard spoke with the chair that commission about legal protections for the LGBTQ community in Philadelphia crimes against. LGBTQ people are classified as hate crimes and carry a heavier, penalty but not in, Pennsylvania like many states across the nation and an Wakabayashi chair of the LGBTQ commission says this must. Change I think it's usually bore our eagles stuff to be able to Ranchi between the act that have the intention of intimidating balancing entire. Entities Pennsylvania doesn't recognize sexual orientation or gender identity as protected classes such as race and, gender and being able to differentiate that by punishing Wakabayashi says the answer to true protections for LGBTQ people is ensuring the crimes Against these groups would be classified as hate crimes charity Howard KYW NewsRadio the pope will be in. Ireland this weekend a trip that was long planned well in. Advance of the dropping report in Pennsylvania about the church, covering up sexual abuse while he's in Ireland this weekend pope Francis will meet with people who were sexually abused by priests about again spokesman said the pope would not be commenting on the meeting and it will be up to the victims if they want to speak about. It afterwards on Monday the pope reacted to a report about, three hundred one predatory, priests in Pennsylvania over the course of decades by apologizing to the victims of sex abuse and saying. Everything must be done to change this culture of death some survivors of abuse criticize the pope for not explaining how the church will be. Held accountable and for not telling clergy that they must bring allegations to the attention of, law enforcement I'm Steve Kastenbaum now a message from the diocese of Camden here's.
ICE detains man driving wife to hospital to deliver baby, says he is wanted for murder in Mexico
"In a legal alien wanted for murder in Mexico is arrested by ice agents after stopping for gas and the way to the hospital with his pregnant wife. Jole Arana. Lara, was taken, into custody when he couldn't show any. Legal documentation his wife was then forced to continue to the hospital where she. Gave birth to their son, ABC's Linda Lopez has more del, Carmen Venegas seen on surveillance video sobbing in this gas. Station Russell how is the family's lawyer terrified because she's. On the way to give Richard child okay and so her husband was to. Accompany her she and her husband were in southern, California on their way to the. Hospital for a c. section they knew she was pregnant they could have said well come back to the office later. On you have this discussion with you about your status they could this could have been handled differently Arana Laura's family and attorneys say. They have the wrong
80 percent of millennials worried about Social Security
"Currently show that. Social security's fully funded till twenty eighty four and after that only three quarters financed and. That has millennials worried a new study from the TransAmerica center for retirement study shows eighty. Percent of that age group are. Concerned that social, security won't be there for them even though most workers still count on it is a key source of income during retirement that could. Mean some big problems because right now millennials tend to save less and will likely. Live, longer
Greg Stubborn, Shannon Watson and Tommy discussed on Joel Riley
"Five twenty two five twenty two. On news first at five from NewsRadio six ten WTVN it's seventy two degrees we're headed. For a high today of eighty. Showers and storms likely Colorado man is in custody, police
"seventy two degrees" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Seventy two degrees mostly cloudy still renting in spots right now the humidity seventy eight percent windsor south ten miles an hour seventy two going up to seventy seven in midtown wins news time at ten forty five now ten wins sports from the wfan sports desk here's jerry recco well susan more of the same for the yankees even though they had a bump in the road sunday night at city field they bounce right back after an off day monday and beat the washington nationals on tuesday evening at the stadium three nothing c sabathia took the game into the sixth inning five and two third scoreless innings as he earned the win didi gregorius did the bulk of the damage offensively with two runs here was about the he recorded his fifteen hundred strikeout as a member of the yankees was he aware that he was closing in on the milestone number how was it you know everybody keep talking i'm close to three thousand i don't know how close but i didn't know you know how close i was to fifteen hundred yankee is a coup staten you know it was fun you know have that happen another cool status the record there now forty three and nineteen tonight sunny gray makes the start with a seven zero five first pitch early start for the mets and braves at twelve ten today atlanta winning last night eight to two as enterance the art they had to go into rbi single that ozzy albee's with a grand slam zack wheeler who did not pitch all that badly until the sixth inning when he gave up a bunch of runs round up being charged with the loss charged with six over five and two thirds though it was paul seawall who allowed the grand slam jay bruce had a two one double in the loss problem with the mets is their offense they don't have any they've scored ten runs in their last seventy eight innings of baseball today jacob degrom takes on mike saroka and as you're hearing here in ten ten wins.
"seventy two degrees" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"Eight and here's o'neill steven through those strictly jam cams watching weekend construction i to 75 northbound between i ninety four and ford road that has two lanes block through five am on monday and redford beech daly road in both directions at plymouth road construction has one ling blac that's through july twenty six also i 696 the red for a ruether free way westbound between van dyken mound construction also has that right shoulder close through july thirty i if you see anything we should know about update us anytime on the twenty four hour tipster line two four eight four two three six w w j and you're twenty four hour hindes park lincoln plymouth trap eric center o'neal stevens for w w j newsradio nine fifty and that accu weather forecasts now for backing whether meteorologist brian thompson not as warm this after nobody will stay pretty humid with clouds and breaks of sun shot there will be a shower or two rounded even a thunderstorm high eighty two still warm and muggy tonight with a lotta clouds low sixty eight tomorrow some sunshine at times with a shower thunderstorm sound will still be hubert a high of 84 but humidity does come down by monday and tuesday couple of really nice days of the fair about a sunshine high seventy eight monday up to eighty two on tuesday and warburg or hubert wednesday with sunshine and some clouds and high wednesday of eighty five i'm accuweather meteorologist brian thompson on wwl j to try to you on fifty we're still looking at for the most park cloudy skies in ann arbor now it's partly sunny in pontiac we have showers and seventy two degrees at detroit metro airport it is cloudy and 80 degrees wwl news time is now one yards homeowners i think there's one thing we can all agree on were tired of the bills pilot up but what would you say if i told you.