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"south mississippi river" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

03:25 min | 1 year ago

"south mississippi river" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Rogers next report at seven thirty eight on your traffic leader more seventies for tonight close to normal again tomorrow and Saturday highs both days in ninety four ninety three and partly cloudy on Sunday ninety three now news traffic and weather all news all day news radio ten eighty KRLD your news now it is seven thirty time for the CBS evening news good evening I'm Jim Axelrod late today hurricane watches became more urgent hurricane warnings as evacuations began along the Gulf coast of Louisiana tropical storm Barry could become hurricane Barry before making landfall tomorrow night or Saturday astronauts aboard the space station posted this ominous view of the storm it is now gaining strength in the Gulf this thread is torrential rain as much as two feet in Worland and parts of Mississippi now we're gonna start tonight with Lonnie Quinn chief weathercaster WCBS TV in New York Lonnie what is it looking like for landfall well it's gonna be borderline whether it's our hurricane or not and it's funny we all get tied into we get wrapped up with the winds because the wispy dictates whether to hurricane or not it may be a strong topper helpless or maybe a low rate her her cat one hurricane was it a big water makers me a lot of rain associate with this I hear the latest information from the national hurricane center you've got a storm has forty mile per hour winds so just barely a tropical storm for that matter but ninety miles from the south Mississippi River but as it pushes to the west in the ventricles up to the north we think it's gonna make landfall sometime in late Friday be early Saturday is it a hurricane is a tropical storm we shouldn't be him just tied up into that entirely because it's more the water look at the amount of rain now watch for the white to flop on the screen here we go by the way is showing you anywhere from Haysbert does in Orleans as a foot of rain right there now if you take a look at this aeration in black that's one to two feet of rain and so let's make a shift of about fifty miles for that to be right on top of New Orleans big problems there right now he was a track of the storm as it pushes off to the west weather makes a landfall whether it doesn't it's gonna be churning and pushing water on shore those big numbers that I just showed you enough fresh water rain this is now storm surge the combination could be a real problem for the New Orleans area by you of Louisiana could be in for some tough times I think into Friday night into Saturday the first half of the day watch all this Jim I give IT a state of emergency is now in effect in Louisiana and the National Guard has been activated cases in New Orleans where improvements in flood protection made after Katrina are about to be put to the test in low lying areas south of New Orleans some residents heeded the warnings stock up pack up and in some parishes evacuate and it down at Easter ovens it always disturbs the preparations also include closing massive flood gates and tying tripping boats down in New Orleans storms that unleashed flash flooding yesterday were a fresh reminder of what a day lose can do here up to fifteen inches are expected Mayer latoya Cantrell said drainage comes are working but we cannot pop our way out of the water levels in the water falls that are expected to hit the city of New Orleans.

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"south mississippi river" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

02:39 min | 1 year ago

"south mississippi river" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Eight right now in Irving also right now ninety six in Roanoke and it's ninety six degrees at KRLD the station North Texas counts on for news traffic and weather news radio ten eighty KRLD AMNH KRLD FM HD to Dallas fort worth six o'clock time Susie so lease with John little ninety six degrees and it's gonna stay below the triple digits always good news will have more details coming up with traffic and weather together at six away but first it's time now for the CBS evening news good evening I'm Jim Axelrod late today hurricane watches became more urgent hurricane warnings as evacuations began along the Gulf coast of Louisiana tropical storm Barry could become hurricane Barry before making landfall tomorrow night or Saturday astronauts aboard the space station posted this ominous view of the storm it is now gaining strength in the Gulf this thread is torrential rain as much as two feet in Worland and parts of Mississippi now we're gonna start tonight with Lonnie Quinn chief weathercaster WCBS TV in New York Lonnie what is it looking like for landfall well it's gonna be borderline whether it's our hurricane or not and it's funny we all get tied into we get wrapped up with the wind speed because the wispy dictates whether to hurricane or not it may be a strong topper couple storm it may be a low grade her her cat one hurricane was it a big water makers me a lot of rain associate with this I hear the latest information from the national hurricane center you've got a storm has forty mile per hour winds so just barely a tropical storm for that matter but ninety miles from the south Mississippi River but as it pushes to the west in the ventricles up to the north we think should be making landfall sometime in the late Friday be early Saturday is it a hurricane is a tropical storm we shouldn't be him just tied up into that entirely because it's more the water look at the amount of rain now watch for the white to pop up on the screen here we go by the way is showing you anywhere from Haysbert down in Orleans that's a foot of rain right there now if you take a look at this aeration in black that's one to two feet of rain in this let's make a shift of about fifty miles for that to be right on top of New Orleans big problems there right now he was a track of the storm as it pushes off to the west weather makes a landfall whether it doesn't it's gonna be churning and pushing water on shore those big numbers that I just showed you enough fresh water rain this is now storm surge the combination could be a real problem for the New Orleans area by you of Louisiana could be in for some tough times I think into Friday night into Saturday the first half of the day watch all this Jim I give money a state.

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"south mississippi river" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"south mississippi river" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

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"south mississippi river" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

04:15 min | 1 year ago

"south mississippi river" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Penn also delays of metro on metro north of fifteen minutes into and out of Grand Central that because of an earlier stall train still on the road easy does it will see him tomorrow here comes back with the forecast the flooding will continue for the evening hours into the first part of the night this is far from over in the line itself of downpours is making progress east now too so it's not just going to be western Jersey we're moving it towards the Jersey Shore the city Long Island and Connecticut as we go through the evening whole first half of the night showers and thunderstorms will be around it seventy four right now tomorrow eighty four to eighty eight with a mix of sun and clouds and it stays very warm for the weekend the CBS evening news is next as we follow the stories the city's new speed camera laws are now in effect hundreds of cameras have been placed in schools owns Mabel now stay on twice as long some nights are residents in the Jackson houses in the Bronx are still without power after transformer fire yesterday afternoon cooling centers have been set up eight people were hurt today when a cab jumped a curb and slammed into a hell's kitchen restaurant good evening I'm Michael Wallace and I'm Steve Scott is the CBS evening news at six thirty here on WCBS eight eighty the CBS evening news this Thursday New Orleans could face its worst flooding since Trina the central Gulf coast bracing for potentially devastating flooding Louisiana is already under a state of emergency here in the city all eyes are on the Mississippi River we're going to get the rain every single morning the president says he's found another way to asking citizenship question I will be issuing an executive order three says emerges an American scientist hospital system says expiring twenty three more employees after investigating excessive pain killer doses inspiration doesn't believe in making excuse for anyone else can do something whatever it is good evening I'm Jim Axelrod late today hurricane watches became more urgent hurricane warnings as evacuations began along the Gulf coast of Louisiana tropical storm Barry could become hurricane Barry before making landfall tomorrow night or Saturday astronauts aboard the space station posted this ominous view of the storm it is now gaining strength in the Gulf this thread is torrential rain as much as two feet in Worland and parts of Mississippi now we're gonna start tonight with Lonnie Quinn chief weathercaster WCBS TV in New York Lonnie what is it looking like for landfall well it's gonna be borderline whether it's our hurricane or not and it's funny we all get tied into we get wrapped up with the wind speed because the wispy dictates whether to hurricane or not it may be a strong top perhaps we'll sort it may be a low grade her her cat one hurricane water makers me a lot of rain associate with this I hear the lease information from the national hurricane center you've got a storm this forty mile per hour winds so just barely a tropical storm for that matter but ninety miles from the south Mississippi River but as it pushes to the west in the ventricles up to the north we think should be making landfall sometime in the late Friday be early Saturday is it a hurricane is a tropical storm we shouldn't be him just tied up into that entirely because it's more the water look at the amount of rain now watch for the white to follow up on the screen here we go by the way is showing you anywhere from Haysbert does in Orleans that's a foot of rain right there now if you take a look at this aeration in black that's one to two feet of rain in this let's make a shift of about fifty miles for that to be right on top of New Orleans big problems there right now even the track of the storm as it pushes off to the west weather makes a landfall whether it doesn't it's gonna be churning and Pushin water on shore those big numbers that I just showed you enough fresh water rain this is now storm surge the combination could be a real problem for the New Orleans area the by you of Louisiana could be in for some tough times I think it's on Friday night into Saturday the first half of the day watch all this Jim thank you I need a state.

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New Orleans braces for Tropical Storm Barry

The CBS Evening News

01:59 min | 1 year ago

New Orleans braces for Tropical Storm Barry

"Good evening I'm Jim Axelrod late today hurricane watches became more urgent hurricane warnings as evacuations began along the Gulf coast of Louisiana tropical storm Barry could become hurricane Barry before making landfall tomorrow night or Saturday astronauts aboard the space station posted this ominous view of the storm it is now gaining strength in the Gulf this thread is torrential rain as much as two feet in Worland and parts of Mississippi now we're gonna start tonight with Lonnie Quinn chief weathercaster WCBS TV in New York Lonnie what is it looking like for landfall well it's gonna be borderline whether it's our hurricane or not and it's funny we all get tied into we get wrapped up with the wind speed because the wispy dictates whether to hurricane or not it may be a strong top perhaps we'll sort it may be a low grade her her cat one hurricane water makers me a lot of rain associate with this I hear the lease information from the national hurricane center you've got a storm this forty mile per hour winds so just barely a tropical storm for that matter but ninety miles from the south Mississippi River but as it pushes to the west in the ventricles up to the north we think should be making landfall sometime in the late Friday be early Saturday is it a hurricane is a tropical storm we shouldn't be him just tied up into that entirely because it's more the water look at the amount of rain now watch for the white to follow up on the screen here we go by the way is showing you anywhere from Haysbert does in Orleans that's a foot of rain right there now if you take a look at this aeration in black that's one to two feet of rain in this let's make a shift of about fifty miles for that to be right on top of New Orleans big problems there right now even the track of the storm as it pushes off to the west weather makes a landfall whether it doesn't it's gonna be churning and Pushin water on shore those big numbers that I just showed you enough fresh water rain this is now storm surge the combination could be a real problem for the New Orleans area the by you of Louisiana could be in for some tough times I think it's on Friday night into Saturday the first half of the day watch all this

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"south mississippi river" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

04:09 min | 1 year ago

"south mississippi river" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Before Winston Avenue activity on the right hand shoulder that's why it's so very super heavy from about Thorton Avenue north down all the way and your next update at three thirty eight on the traffic bay area weather forecast calling for sunshine calling for warming and we're seeing both this afternoon temperatures of hit the low nineties my old night ahead with those temps dropping only to the fifties to low sixties mid nineties in win tomorrow we have traffic and weather together on the aids on all these one oh six nine and A. M. seven forty KCBS the call you the grill masters you seared the fix porterhouse literature shop and if you looked at first for for your mouth you savor the moment amazing offers during the Mercedes Benz summer event but the two thousand nineteen C. class sedan and GLC SUV the perfect recipe drug performance plus you can enjoy six months of Sirius XM all access included the Mercedes Benz summer event now serving limited time offers on select one of the vehicles are present September third Mercedes Benz the CBS news time three thirty time for the evening meal on the CBS evening news this Thursday New Orleans could face it's worse as for the Gulf of the central Gulf coast bracing for potentially devastating flooding Louisiana is already under a state of emergency here in the city all eyes are on the Mississippi River we're going to get heavy rainfall single warning the president says he's found another way to ask his citizenship question I will be issuing an executive order three says emerges an American scientist hospital system says it's firing twenty three more employees after investigating excessive pain killer doses inspiration doesn't believe in making excuse for anyone out there not sure if they can do something whatever it is can you good evening I'm Jim Axelrod late today hurricane watches became more urgent hurricane warnings as evacuations began along the Gulf coast of Louisiana tropical storm Barry could become hurricane Barry before making landfall tomorrow night or Saturday astronauts aboard the space station posted this ominous view of the storm it is now gaining strength in the Gulf this thread is torrential rain as much as two feet in Worland and parts of Mississippi now we're gonna start tonight with Lonnie Quinn chief weathercaster WCBS TV in New York Lonnie what is it looking like for landfall well it's gonna be borderline whether it's our hurricane or not and it's funny we all get tied into we get wrapped up with the winds because the wispy dictates whether to hurricane or not it may be a strong topper up with former may be a low grade her her cat one hurricane the water makers me a lot of rain associate with this I hear the lease information from the national hurricane center you've got a storm has forty mile per hour winds so just barely a tropical storm for that matter but ninety miles from the south Mississippi River but as it pushes to the west in the ventricles up to the north we think it's gonna make landfall sometime in the late Friday be early Saturday is it a hurricane is a tropical storm we shouldn't be you know just tied up into that entirely because it's more the water look at the amount of rain now watch for the white to flop up on the screen here we go art the white showing you anywhere from he's very down to New Orleans that's a foot of rain right there now if you take a look at this area should then black that's one to two feet of rain in this let's make a shift of about fifty miles for that to be right on top of New Orleans big problems there right now even the track of the storm as it pushes off to the west weather makes a landfall whether it doesn't it's gonna be churning and pushing water on shore those big numbers that I just showed you enough fresh water rain this is now storm surge the combination could be a real problem for the New Orleans area by you of Louisiana could be in for some tough times I think into Friday night into Saturday the first half of the day watch all this Jim I give money a state.

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"south mississippi river" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

07:43 min | 2 years ago

"south mississippi river" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Whitetail deer can be infected with and you get localized die off scenario, which can be a little bit tough on a population. A lot of times they'll find them by water. A lot of times they'll find them just an areas, they really once the weather gets cold enough where all the flies and bugs and stuff because that's how they're transmitted by a flying insect. Condi- off the disease stops for the year. But it kinda rears its head again next year. So you have to be careful that we wanna make sure that we keep healthy live deer population. Speaking of gear populations the youth. Dear permits resident and non-resident youth. Firearm permits are available over the counter. For for you to purchase. These are in counties that have openings for the youth deer hunt is a Columbus Day weekend October sixth through the eighth remember that it will be a good time. This is a cool program. I want to talk to people about in the state of Michigan. They have salmon in the classroom salmon in the classroom. So they call it sick. That was always sick and school, but almost three hundred classrooms throughout the state of Michigan Ray salmon in the classroom from eggs to smolt, and then they release them in the spring. They learn about caring for the young salmon encourages students to think about the care and conservation our environment. It creates a really cool connection between caring for these little fish in the fry and their local environment because they see they're making a difference. I love this program in this way. You know, these activities are really done from anywhere of some. I think it's third grade to twelfth grade classrooms younger grades. They focus on the habitats. And it's the life cycles in season. The high school kids they can dive into like chemistry natural science management stakeholder role playing lots of different things in it just gives the student something they would never get any creates such a ban to the great outdoors because they never know. That little fish that they planted in four years, maybe that thirty pound king salmon that they wind up you know, bringing into the boat. So you never know what could happen. A starting September twenty ninth in the state of Wisconsin. We've got duck hunters in the north south Mississippi River zone will be once again, Jason all the Quakers out there. Remember, it's a half hour before sun up on Saturday September twenty ninth for it to start the average spring. Breeding counts are freer the there. Okay. This year. I mean, everything looks good. A lot of the migratory bird numbers are down. But it's going to be better. The northern general begins begin September twenty ninth and run through November twenty seventh southern Joan will run from September twenty-ninth to Tober seventh closed for that five day little split. They haven't Wisconsin. And then the remaining open me from the thirteenth of October to December second Mississippi zone. Will be open from the twenty ninth of September two Tober v seventy split close and reopened October thirteenth to December fourth. I mentioned that the continental breeding surveys. They've been doing this for like sixty three years. There's a little drop in two thousand eighteen but you know, what populations are up over the last couple of years. So they're down. But they're still up over the average. Boy, do I sound like a book yet. The daily bag limit for dachshund, Wisconsin that she was going to be four mallards only which one can be ahead. One black to canvas three wood ducks to pin tales, three scopes or to redheads five mcgann's, maybe harvest the daily a which no more than two can be mcgann's IRS, and you get fifteen coats daily, if you want a, but once again, I remember it's a six duck limit and the other thing with waterfalls, you know, we we put our boats in here, we got polling. You know polls that we push the bolts with all of these things collect water the duck decoys can fill up with water that are sitting in there. And this is a perfect way to transmit bugs and things we don't want to go from one body of water to another so please washer boats, drain everything take off all the plants washer dogged out because he could be having modern his paws on a lot of different things like that. We really really need to be careful of that. So I'll take care of that. This is a cool thing. Teach a kid to hunt small game during the kid hunting weekend. This is up in Minnesota. And it's this weekend. So this way you can teach the kids scrawny rabbit hunting and other small game. Take your kid hunting weekends September twenty second and the twenty third it this is just a super thing to get young kids active and interested in hunting and get them out. There is a really important thing to do. Fishing wise. Yeah. We gotta talk about that. I mentioned captain, Tony. And I and some other people were out on Lake Michigan got a little knock down a little bit. But Tony did a great job keeping the boat where it's supposed to be. We caught some Lakers came back in. There's a fair number of fish and some of the harbors ready for this. Nobody's fishing Winthrop. And you're allowed to fish went to private from shar. Now, please remember that our friends at west marina doing a great job there. But they're calling for those north winds and waves up to thirteen feet in offshore waters, Lake Michigan. So remember that we're looking at some of the few the taken into Chicago land harbors, not a whole lot bright glow. Dark spoons of fire. Tiger like Phil MAC is using up in Canosa. Those are working quite well, blue Gill and a little bit spotty up in Delvin. You gotta look between ten and fifteen feet. Northern pike are also on some shed flat flats with weeds check those areas out. Don't forget those small mouth bass are showing up in the deep weeds around ten twelve feet Geneva. Like I said last week. Mali's guilds mid hump. Little little pieces of bait. Small hooks catch blue blue goose, mama. It works every time. Here's our eight and fishermen report for my grandson Aiden, which is brought to you by waterworks marine. Grandpa the old guys were below the sixth street, damn I really wanna know who the old guys are your grandpa an old guy the grand river in Grand Rapids. They had a good number of salmon come up last weekend. And the guys were catching fish and told me they did real good. They even have some stuff to give me. So I'm not asking Freddie stuff this week. They said they had some stuff for me. And they listen to my fishing report on your show. Out of muskegon lake this some of the salmon guys were south of the channel, and they were using J plugs. Those funny looking Bates chrome and with a redhead or green with the ladder back. They told me we're catching some nice fish, Linda sue's parents took me to Whitehall with them and her dad caught trout and salmon trolling in fifty to nine thousand feet of water down fifth fishing down fifty feet to nine thousand feet in two hundred plus feet of water. And I gotta read your writing sometime white and glow spoons work, pretty good. But they also use the big flashers on white fly and caught some fish in white lake blue gills and the east shoreline, and we're catching some nice perch, but not enough to make dinner. Otherwise, I'd send you a photo. I'll see you Sunday when you come up for dinner love yet. You're fishing, buddy. Aiden? That's true. Why tell you we're gonna take a little break when we come back. We're going to be listening. Roy Masaki are wildlife biologists. From the state of Illinois talking about waterfowl hunting in the northern half of the state. You're listening to Chauncey and Cianci's, great outdoors. You know us. We know the outdoors..

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