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"thirty six degrees" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Thirty six degrees the record is thirty five from back in nineteen forty seven Saturday it'll be windy and very cold for this time of year with some sun giving way to clouds cover the passing showers in the shower could mix with some wet snowflakes especially well north and west we could see wind gusts to the tune of forty to forty five miles an hour tomorrow Saturday forty three light rain in mid town more people get their news from ten ten wins than from any of the radio station in the nation Elizabeth sure what our service say Zach Newman our studio producer Emma Jimenez the end of this is where you'll give us twenty two minutes we'll give you the world good morning forty three degrees light rain at twelve o'clock time Paul James here's what's happening it is may right feels like March some of us may even see a few snow flurries several children have died in New York state from a rare condition which appears to be linked to covert nineteen our son Urinetown will have a disproportionate number of summonses for non social distancing in the city issued to African Americans a top aide to vice president pence test positive so is about to trump's personal assistant to trump her husband Jared Kushner have tested negative thank you with a says the rain will taper off it's going to turn colder and windy when news time twelve oh one let's get more on that crazy but this time of year not gonna be that much of a big of a deal we're not looking at accumulations or anything but we're gonna see some snow flakes in parts of the area and it's just gonna be downright cold considering its now the ninth of may let's bring in accu weather's Matt Benz and it is quite cold out there temperatures steadily falling now here in the city but where it is following the fastest Abby across New Jersey and portions of the Hudson Valley that's where we're seeing some snow flakes now falling from Sussex New Jersey up to Pepsi and that's where we'll continue to see some snow flakes here for the overnight I know snowfall accumulations expected here for the winter listening area but up into the Poconos in the Catskills that's where we could see if a slushy couple inches of snow here when it is all said and done and I quite cold locally we're down to thirty six degrees here in New York City the current record low is thirty five degrees set back in nineteen forty seven and if you're wondering who could get the most snow out of this head to the north part of Maine main could pick up six to twelve inches of snow by tomorrow so some folks will be shoveling up to the north call crazy thank you with this map bands wins news time trouble to an overwhelming number of covered nineteen cases as you know involve adults not children but there are more and more cases of a new complication involving several child deaths one little boy died in Westchester county according to officials there and governor Cuomo says a five year old boy died in the city Thursday this is every parent's nightmare right your child may actually be affected by this virus but it's something we have to consider.
Chicago Weather: Clear Day, Temperature Drop Ahead
"First answer this question see resented sure what's the day going to be like weather wise wait while we may have already seen our high temperature for today that was thirty seven degrees it's it on its way down and maybe a low tonight a fourteen degrees we could see a wind chill of round zero single digits tomorrow morning it'll be mainly clear overnight increasing clouds again tomorrow hide your twenty four right now in Chicago we have clouds at here midway in the lake front it's thirty six degrees the wind chill is
Weak storms, cold front moving in this evening
"Well McHale rode the weather center so this afternoon right now you might be seen drizzle by the way this is not the main event of the cold front coming through but this afternoon ahead of a cold front will see out of blind of weak storms come through nothing severe I might have a little bit of lightning with it possible but then it'll turn into rain four clock five o'clock something like that coming through the DFW area I had a cold front that it turns colder tonight down to thirty six degrees when start casting out of the north northwest fifteen to twenty five could get up to thirty tomorrow clouds hang around breezy chilly a high of forty eight and then Thursday some off and on showers with a high that's only going to creep up near forty five degrees right now it's fifty four it
Chicago Weather: Rain Will Turn Into Snow Tonight, Some Shoveling May Be Required
"Dissect the of weather forecast from the WGN Chicago weather center winter weather advisory from six PM tonight all through tomorrow you make sure two to six inches of snow possible by the time it's all over we gets a mist and fog this afternoon a high of thirty seven degrees and then evening snow and rain mixed turning to light snow overnight they'll be some accumulation overnight and then tomorrow more snow by the time it's over as I said two to six inches a lot depends on where you live thirty six degrees the high tomorrow then on Sunday it'll be mostly cloudy no precipitation in the forecast and thirty six degrees in the
Weekend Warm Weather Breaks Records
"Three awakening here in Boston this morning and back to reality to is thirty six degrees and some snow flakes here in the greater Boston region this morning otherwise we're going to be warming up to the lower forties today so still above average but it's backed clouds and maybe a couple of breaks of sunshine that's the best we're gonna do today and probably the best we're going to do for the next couple of days to as temperatures will stay in the forties and lower fifties by Wednesday and then it gets a little bit dicey after that as we start to see some cooler temperatures on Thursday and pretty cold on Friday and the possibility of some snow moving in this upcoming weekend which by the way for most is another holiday weekend right now thirty six in Boston a nine oh five and certainly we go from shorts and tee shirts back to winter coats in the blink of an eye this morning WBZ's James Ross tells us it certainly is back to reality for us here in New England say goodbye to the warmer weekend weather and say hello to new England's cold frigid temperatures once again talking to folks out by the garden this morning most enjoy the warm weather but now they're convinced that that they're going to get sick with a drastic change in temperature right it went from seventy five to like thirty thirty five house that she's been for you a lot of people get sick from lot of people like cats and Cole gonna get sick hopefully that will move enough so when I call them which is find a way to get back inside okay so we broke record highs on Sunday reaching seventy four but now the National Weather Service says we're back to reality looking at a possibility of snow over the
Washington: Snohomish County crews brace for January snow
"Preparations for snow or in full swing in some parts of the region this morning couples Corwin heck is stationed in Snohomish county and he joins us live recommended a forecast here in Everett now calls for a high of thirty eight with a fifty percent chance of precipitation that's pretty give me when it comes to snow but that's good enough for public agencies to at least get ready this is Kathleen Baxter which should be of average public works we have ours standing trucks these are not dedicated centers but we have trucks that we can convert to standards for the purpose of dealing with snow and ice removal nobody wants to get caught flat footed even those who love the snow I wanted a site makes I'm ready for it that's Kathy Ehrlich who says she shopping for a space heater maybe a warm coat in ever after sour it's thirty six degrees interesting thing my weather at says it's snowing here but all I see is rain live in average Corwin hates cold more news and cold weather radar showing the same thing there's pocket from about shoreline up to Everett where it indicates light rain but in the outlying areas especially up into the foothills there are indications of snow flurries this morning whether or not we see snow those there's one thing for sure we are heading into a week of bitter cold temperatures and we get more from couples Carlene Johnson Friday is looking like just lots of rain and wind except for the passes were it will be snow and travel is certain to be difficult I would probably about of late Friday night to Saturday morning that looks pretty snowy forgetting across the mountains that is general John what the couple forecast he misses college students headed back to was you might want to hold off travel into later in the weekend now come Sunday into Monday that's when the old man winter really shows up Hey it's looking like will be in the low to mid thirties for highs on Monday and then lucky day get out of the twenties many of us won't on Tuesday and Wednesday still a lot of uncertainty regarding snow fall this far in advance as the timing of all that moisture's arrival is unknown so they're not talking about anything like snow apocalypse last February but it is going to be colder than it was last
"thirty six degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Thirty six degrees in Boston at four thirty good afternoon I'm Ben Parker here's what's happening the snow came and more is coming six to ten inches possible in the Boston area overnight and into the morning commute tomorrow a winter storm warning is now been posted until noon tomorrow for the Boston area which didn't get much snow from round one that was outside the city north and west places like Methuen but it was a snow day today if you're older geonic giving WBZ's Karen regal a little bit a snowball advise you really get a packet in and make sure that it is curved enough to get air would you throw it yeah yeah because you don't like a flat one one that's like oblong you want one that's a perfectly shaped right yeah yeah and then do not even for the face or anything you're aiming for body mass right yeah and the clean up continues from round one of this storm which got more than a foot of snow in some areas north central Massachusetts places like winter in getting more than a foot of snow and still some flakes flying today another introduce accumulation there but the real heavy stuff for the city and suburbs coming in tonight as the rain that was here is changing over to snow could see six to ten inches again in the city of the nearby suburbs little more accumulation still outside of four ninety five as well lesser amounts but still some accumulating sell sell short over Providence but one to three south coast Cape and islands four thirty one the house impeachment inquiry pushing forward on a number of fronts this week the house intelligence committee expected to reveal its report behind closed doors tonight to lawmakers this comes as the house Judiciary Committee is set to begin a round of public hearings on Wednesday the White House says the climb the committee's invitation for president trump and his legal team to appear CBS political correspondent it'll keep says this comes as lawmakers on both sides of the aisle hold their collective breath fearing a circus like in nature of recent Judiciary Committee hearing there is some concern among Democrats that potentially this is a week where theatrics and emotions to get ahead of the fax I will have to wait and see the president on down early in Republican certainly know that there is a potential for that to happen with Democrats in this committee the president's day issuing and some concerns about these hearings being held while he is out of the country the president today left for London for a NATO summit police in Rhode Island investigating the discovery of a body in the town of Narragansett Rhode Island state police say their major crimes unit is currently investigating the discovery of the deceased white female founded Scarborough beach in Narragansett no other information right now that incident is under investigation dramatic rescue in Hampshire early this morning flames breaking out in a duplex in Gary about five AM a two year old child was dropped from a second floor window of that burning home on Morningside Dr and was caught by relatives the woman who will drop the child then jump from the window or self both were taken to the hospital with non life threatening injuries to pets died in that fire there's no word yet on the costs it was a frustrating morning commute for some MBTA commuter rail customers around south station WBZ scandal Buell tells us it wasn't the weather but a mechanical problem doors a train seven forty four and the Franklin line opened and they were off a few hundred commuters about an hour late for work it was all I could do to keep up with one of the Christina Dedham says being late is it bores parties.
"thirty six degrees" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Engine one to twenty four so we got the local age of the rover your pairs of multiple lane closures alternate side is in effect for tomorrow now an extravagant day less than ten minutes on WCBS and now the forecast from met Randy for the overnight hours it'll be clear to partly cloudy load up to forty one in the city mid thirties in outlying areas in tomorrow mostly sunny and a mild afternoon I of the fifty eight ninety clouds tomorrow night low down to forty five on Wednesday will be mainly cloudy and mild and become breezy with a couple of showers during the midday and afternoon high fifty six I never thanksgiving day very windy and chilly with sun and some clouds hi fifty one all right now we're looking at forty degrees over LaGuardia and add to the burrow airport is forty two degrees thirty of thirty six degrees right now up in Danbury the only CBS news time eleven forty like driving may be a better option than for those of us who have to fly this thanksgiving holiday will triple a is estimating over fifty five million Americans will be traveling fifty miles or more this week the highest number since two thousand five now the good news gas prices have dipped ahead of the holidays out of the Midwest the Ohio Indiana and Illinois sixteen cents per gallon more expensive than a year ago S. Tripoli's Robert Sinclair the bad news those of us flying just heard on the storm systems out west yeah may make it a little tougher those of us who have to fly great well for the first time in five years as for the Super Bowl have sold out early game will be on fox and been selling thirty second spot for as much as five point six million Bucks last year the top prize was five point three million this year's Superbowl be down in Miami Miami gardens Florida February second it's eleven forty one when writing we can spring is truly a magical time I know I turned my iPhone six S. into this iPhone eleven it's true right now when you trade in an iPhone six S. or newer in any condition seriously any condition look at the powerful new iPhone eleven for zero dollars a month on sprint like this way take it to eleven your local sprint store sprint dot com or call eight hundred three one I can leaven sixty four gigabytes heroes from what the people you know some people like to do those right the research is black thirty eight years old and I work in a graphic design company which is funny because I couldn't even draw a stick figure when I was a kid when I met someone who told me you know what you can do anything if.
Dave Bird, Libya And Antarctica discussed on The Consumer Team
"Lights are back on again three can you and now it's completely dark engine company affiliates price and coverage match is limited by state law this is kera the meteorologist Dave bird off with some fun facts about whether you're some hot and cold weather facts did you know a place that Libya has the highest recorded temperature on earth a sweltering one hundred and thirty six degrees set back in nineteen twenty two the lowest temperature ever recorded across the globe was in Antarctica back in nineteen eighty three minus eighty nine point six degrees Celsius now here's a wet dry facts there's a place in India noted as being the wettest place on earth over eleven meters of rain falling every day in contrast there's a place in Chile that's the driest place on the planet the gets point one millimeter per year that's it about some sun fax you Arizona has over four thousand hours of sunshine per year this makes it the sunniest place on the planet and what last fact I've liked weather since I was seven years old that's over forty four years for more fun facts about whether listen to radio dot com fan newsradio ten eighty K. R. L. D. this is news radio ten eighty KRLD the station North Texas counts on for news traffic and weather your news now seven thirty I mean he really lieutenant governor
"thirty six degrees" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"Chad cloudy, thirty six degrees at twelve late in the hour's top story. Local utility and street maintenance, crews are busy today working to remove snow and ice buildup from thousands of storm drains throughout the twin cities. Lisa Hiebert is with the city of Saint Paul homeowners are able to get out and get that snow and ice off the top of the drains, and that's really great start. Please be careful doing so. Because a lot of it is compacted in there. And so just again, we really want people to try to get them open, but be very careful doing. So the problem is most of the drains are hiding under the snow and ice. Google maps is one way to find your drain. If you can't need some help, call the city with the warmer temperatures. It's getting a little dicey getting around downtown, Minneapolis. So I'm walking downtown to do a story on ice chunks falling off buildings. And here's what happened. That's right. One almost fell on my head right now though in front of the IDS center downtown they've roped it actually off warning people that truly pieces of ice are coming off the building. It's freaked a lot of people out including Jill who works downtown. Freaky? 'cause you can't see where they are at. So you don't know when they're gonna so. Imani apple Susie Jones, WCTC tragic scene in southern Minnesota. Where about fifty goats died when a barn caught fire and burned to the ground. The fire started last night on property in the town of Hayward. Just east of Albert Lee. The value of the goats has been placed at about twenty thousand dollars hard to believe but the Minnesota Twins home opener is just about two weeks away. Now, the tarp bid on target field is off with head groundskeeper. Larry veto, telling WC, crtv. They've been working hard to make sure it stays in good shape. Our biggest concern is having an ice layer. So we're we're fortunate with the way the field drains being flat. We haven't had a significant amount of ice. The field is heated, which is key to the grasses survival opening day here on the radio. Home of the Minnesota Twins is March twenty eighth at three ten WBZ. News time is twelve ten. Now. Let's get a check on traffic and weather together. With a.
"thirty six degrees" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Thirty six degrees at eleven o three. I'm curt Lewis top stories tonight on McKinney firefighter, facing child sex charges. Chad Watson locked up in the Collin county jail sheriff's Lieutenant Nick Bristow saying they got a tip alleging continuous sexual abuse of a child a search warrant for that offense, which is a first degree felony from district judge piper. Mccraw a judge across the bond on two hundred and fifty thousand dollars slots and arrested while on duty at his firehouse in McKinney. He is suspended without pay. As the investigation continues, a spring town infant fighting for life and his mother's boyfriend is behind bars last week twenty year old Caleb Eisman was watching his girlfriend's three kids ages six to eight weeks while she was at work. The mother arrived home to find the infant lethargic pale and not acting. Normally, she asked guys them. What happened that at first? He said the baby had. Been suffering from a cold before admitting to getting frustrated when he would not stop crying, the BB went into a seizure and route to an easel hospital. He has since been transferred to coach Aldrin's medical center where he is listed in critical condition. Parker county deputy sheriff Danny Huffman says Eisenman is now facing charges charged with injury to a child with intent to caused by the injury is men remains behind bars on fifty thousand dollars bond. Andrew Greenstein NewsRadio. Ten eighty KRLD. And cedar hill is getting a new police chief chief Steve Rhodes retired from his job leading the cedar hill. Police department back in January he had been in that position for twenty three years. The city posted the job and conducted a search and the city manager says he has chosen Eli raise for the position. He's an assistant chief with the Austin police department and has been with that department for more than twenty years before that he was a military police supervisor in the US army. Raise was also a finalist for. The position of police chief in Seattle last year. Stephen Pickering, NewsRadio ten eighty KRLD..
"thirty six degrees" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Thirty six degrees and partly cloudy at three o'clock after noon, I'm Cheri mccready. Senator Lindsey Graham is pledging to fully investigate comments from Andrew McCabe. After the former FBI director said he discussed plans to remove President Trump from office. We will have a hearing about who's telling the truth what actually happened on CBS face the nation. The South Carolina Republican said he's going to find out what happened and the only way he knows how to call people in under oath McCabe made the comments during an interview with CBS's sixty minutes in which Justice department officials discussed a plant potentially remove Trump from office. A second suspect is facing murder charges in connection with the robbery of T mobile store in queens that led to the friendly fire death of NYPD detective Brian Simonson on Tuesday. Police say twenty five year old Jagger Freeman was arraigned today in flushing as Twenty-seven-year-old. Christopher ransom. Was arraigned Friday by video from his hospital bed where he pleaded not guilty. Police believe Freeman acted as the lookout in the heist. Commissioner James O'Neill said there is an internal review. Underway. A police sergeant on the scene was also struck by gunfire but has since been treated and released. The Metropolitan Museum of art says it will return a beloved coffin to Egypt after learning. It was stolen from an Egyptian collection eight years ago. The museum says they bought it from a Paris art dealer in two thousand seventeen the met says it's now cooperating with district attorney's investigation into the stolen artifact checking your W O R sports, the islanders over the Oilers five two in Brooklyn last night. The Rangers facing the penguins in Pittsburgh. The devils host the sabers at the rock. The NBA all star game in Charlotte underway tonight..
"thirty six degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Thirty six degrees in Boston at ten o'clock. It's Wednesday morning. Good morning. I'm Ben Parker. Here's what's happening. A call for coming together. From President Trump last night as part of his state of the union address. The president also pressed forward with his call for a border wall and tougher immigration policies. CBS Natalie brand with more from the capital, President Trump pushed for unity in his second state of the union address. Tuesday night victory is not winning for our party victory is winning for our country facing a divided congress. The president warned Democrats not to let partisan investigations hamper US prosperity. There is going to be peace and legislation. There cannot be war and investigation, the biggest applause tonight highlighted a visible change in congress more women serving in congress then at any time before. And most of them are part of the newly empowered democratic majority in the house. So how did the president's address to come across? Well, as you might expect there were mixed reactions. Correspondent Mark Liberman tells us it really depends. Who you ask independent Senator Bernie Sanders offered a rebuttal online focusing more on what the president didn't mention rather than what he did. Climate change is not a hoax. It is a reality which is causing devastating harm all over our country and all over the world Republican Lindsey Graham on FOX's Hannity defended many of the president's positions among them the decision to hold a second meeting with North Korean leader, Kim Jong UN in few weeks. This comes despite warnings from the president's own national security officials that North Korea's nuclear stockpile remains a threat. Stacey Abrams who lost the Georgia governor's race in the fall delivered the democratic response Abrahams declared the recent partial federal government shutdown a stunt engineered by the president. Well, the city of. Austin is back to normal today. After city officials say a million and a half people showed up for the patriots rolling rally yesterday. Many of those took public transportation that caused some big delays and headaches for riders especially those who take on regular basis. BBC's KENDALL Buhl caught up with some of them at Salem station or stories where the order of the morning is the regular rail riders gathered here for a predawn train and compared notes about their ordeals trying to catch a ride home yesterday at north station. I got the one fifty train I waited in line for about an hour and a half watch people.
"thirty six degrees" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Mornings. It's thirty six degrees over MacArthur airport in Islip, Long Island, and that fog will linger around in these morning hours. But later the day we're getting up to about sixty that least CBS news time four zero three a twenty six year old man as a rested while the NYPD looking for another after a man was shot and killed Sunday afternoon on a subway platform in queens, it started as an argument on the seven train at least two individuals possibly more. Engage in a confrontation with the victim chief of detectives Dermott Shay says that spilled over onto a platform in Jackson heights. The victim. A man in his twenties was shot multiple times in the face a day later police made an arrest is a gang member. Police say the suspect is part of MS thirteen while the victim was a member of the eighteenth street gang. Cops say they were able to make an arrest in part because of tips from the public whether it's coming in through crime stoppers directly through Twitter or people calling the precinct chief Shay says. While overall crime is down in the city, including a mass transit incidents like these reinforce their efforts to crack down on gang violence. Kevin Ranko WCBS NewsRadio. Eight eighty an NYPD. Officer was seriously hurt late yesterday morning while shooting and seriously hurting, the driver who cops say back into the officer pinning her against a parked car right behind Bronx criminal court. Now. That's how in Wikipedia chief of department. Taras Monahan says the morning ended for three suspected robbers started with a six AM carjacking in the Bronx. And then they go down to lower Manhattan in the thirteenth.
Oil climbs on Venezuelan crisis despite surging U.S. supply
"Refuses to comply with Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro order to expel all US diplomats from his country this as the political crisis ramps up after position leader, Juan Guido declared himself. Interim president CBS Melba horcasitas is in Columbia near the Venezuelan border once Latin America's richest country oil accounts for ninety eight percent of Venezuela's exports. When the price of oil plummeted the economy took nosedive, sending the country into crisis undermine Bhutto's policies. Inflation has skyrocketed it's expected to hit ten million percent. This year. We were in the region in two thousand seventeen and witnessed thousands of Venezuelan crossing into Columbia daily in search of food medicine and work and to flee violence, six thirty eight thirty six degrees in
"thirty six degrees" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"On W, CBS, traffic and weather together. Sponsored by air Italy round trip flights from JFK to Milan now, here's Smith urologists, Danielle Knittle. We'll skies will be turning out both clear across the area tonight. It will be a brisk cold night going down to a low of twenty three four to borrow a colder day with sunshine in the morning giving way to an increasing clouds high thirty one then tomorrow night, we will see some snow developing late primarily after midnight. That's snow can become mixed with some sleet and reindeer the coast before everything winds down Friday morning. Total accumulation one to three inches of snow for the city and inland suburbs. According to an inch along, the jersey shore across Long Island and coastal Connecticut. The rest of Friday rather, cloudy, not quite as cold with a high of forty two degrees. We have thirty six degrees in cya set thirty eight in central park at nine ten. We don't know how much snow will fall over the next few days on it does come down officials in New Jersey say they'll be ready for it. Peter Haskell heard from governor Murphy there was a blizzard of criticism drivers were stuck for hours during a November storm since then it seems state is spread Brian on roadways. Every time. The word snow is mentioned some people think that's overkill, I think it costs seventeen cents a mile to Brian the road. So I if we become the brining state of America, I will not be upset about that. The governor says his team will not be caught off guard this time we had a storm many storm cabinet meeting yesterday Murphy's has he's watching Thursday storm, but is more concerned about what might hit this weekend..
"thirty six degrees" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Thirty six degrees at three zero three I'm curt Lewis top stories tonight. Bones have been found to DFW airport. The question now is are they human? These remains were found at the northwest tip of the airport near Mustang drive and William de Tait right now. No way to know, if they're human or animal, nor how long they been there. The Tarrant county sheriff's office and medical examiner are investigating. I'm north Richland hills. Police dog going through surgery tonight as did a gunman both being treated for gunshot wounds following an exchange of gunfire tonight about eight o'clock where it began with a police chase about eight o'clock the chase ended in a residential neighborhood near Lupe twenty and RUf snow, but the driver refused to give it up swat team called any held them off for nearly an hour, but just before nine o'clock gunfire exploded across that neighborhood left. The gunman and the police dog both wounded man's in the hospital after getting shot in south oak cliff tonight about ten o'clock gunfire reported at a home on Arizona avenue near keys police and paramedics arrived to find a man bleeding from a gunshot wound to the chest. He was rushed to the hospital. No condition so far. Police have not seen why the man was shot or who did it a motorcyclist in the hospital after crashing at the end of a police chase that began in mesquite and it in Ellis county near red oak just before eleven o'clock mesquite police tried to pull this motorcyclist over. But he sped off pursuit went west on. I twenty south on thirty five till the writer rear ended a car motorcyclist since sprawling has serious injuries. Nobody in the car was hurt Fort Worth police still asking questions about tonight's collision inclu involving a car and a boys and girls clubs school bus on the north side by ten o'clock the bus and car slammed into one another on northeast twenty eighth on the overpass across I thirty five doesn't seem anybody was hurt. Police have not said if any children were on the bus..
"thirty six degrees" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Thirty six degrees at four thirty. I'm curt Lewis top stories morning. Major snowstorm moving across the midwest and mid Atlantic and heading toward the Atlantic Ocean. Now, the latest now from CBS news CBS news update one there's been a big factor in life and death this weekend and much of the country at least nine deaths are now blamed on a huge storm system over some eighteen hundred miles from Colorado to the Atlantic. The deadly storm is being felt in the east, especially mid Atlantic states. Tens of thousands are without power, including here in Virginia and North Carolina. Correspondent Mola langey. Hundreds of flights have been canceled. Even more delayed with all of that in the east weather to watch in the west to rains, do in California risk areas of rain will be heavy enough at times that if it happens to fall over any of the areas that were impacted by some of the fires you do have a decent likelihood at some mudslides. So you're gonna to be paying attention. I wouldn't be surprised to see some evacuations ordered as we get to the middle of the week is we could see rain rates increasing to over half an inch per hour. And that's the threshold that you need for some mudslides to happen in southern California. At CBS news forecaster, Dave Parkinson, CBS news update. I'm Tom Foty. Traffic and weather together. Pretty quiet morning on the roads. But we are looking at one that could be a problem it's really affecting only exit ramp in Fort Worth Lupe twenty northbound at the. Main lanes of traffic getting to just fine not much traffic at four thirty in the morning. So. If you need to take that exit rate that could be only problem. And from the KRLD weather center. This morning. We'll stay mostly cloudy looking for a little thirty one. Some of us may slip into the twenty especially north of Dallas Fort Worth up around the Red River for Monday, mostly sunny and forty seven but a nice little warm up through the week by Friday. We could be seen highs in the seventy s I'm curt Lewis, NewsRadio.
"thirty six degrees" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio
"Here. Would you on this fantastic? Monday morning. You don't get the opportunity to put the word fantastic in front of Monday morning on that often. But this one certainly is it is Monday, January seventh and here's something else. I gotta add this might be the biggest temperature dip. Like ever in an hour for me. At four AM. I told you it was thirty six degrees. It's dropped eight degrees to twenty eight degrees. At the moment. And I used the same fourteen market weather scan thing here, it's going. It's twenty eight degrees. It's cold. And now it's going to go up thirty eight degrees and cloudy, at least that was what I had last. But damn it is it's gotten really really cold out there. It is a twenty eight degrees. Eagles sixteen fares. Fifteen simple that eagles sixteen bears. Fifteen on one of the most incredible endings ever. In fact, let me see which one. Do we want to hear? I don't think we played Merrill's call in a while. We we just heard Kevin Harlan's. We heard Al Michaels. We heard Ricky Ricardo's. When you have Meryl's, call ready. Give me a thumbs up there. Tim because it was nuts. It was just nuts. The ball did a double dunk off the. The post and then off the court Spar eagles. When you got it ready here. It is..
Sketch released of suspect in deadly shooting of 7-year-old girl
"Say it damaged parts of that very busy interstate. He was forced to return to prison after a judge ordered his release. Now, he'll be back out again. A federal judge has ordered the release of fifty two year old Matthew Charles from Kentucky jail based on a sweeping new criminal Justice reform law. The Tennessee mad received national. Attention after being resentenced and ordered back to prison in two thousand sixteen two years after a judge ruled his sentence was unfair. You let someone out you give them their freedom. And then you just take it back. That's just grossly unfair. John Hairston is a longtime friend of Charles who was sentenced to thirty five years in prison for selling drugs in one thousand nine hundred ninety six that's CBS news. Correspondent Jim Krasula. This is CBS news. Ziprecruiter, the smartest way to hire. Ziprecruiter's technology finds qualified candidates for businesses of all sizes. Try it for free at ZipRecruiter dot com slash free. It's thirty six degrees at twelve. Oh three I'm curt Lewis top stories tonight. Dallas business icon
"thirty six degrees" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"It's thirty six degrees. The temperature holding steady this afternoon. Wins. News time, twelve forty eight. As the partial government shutdown enters its second week president. Trump's adviser Kellyanne Conway says he might veto a Bill that would fund the government depending on what's in it. She tells CNN state of the union the vice president and incoming White House chief of staff have indicated the White House will compromise on less than five and a half billion dollars for the border wall perhaps for as little as two and a half billion. But Democrats don't seem to be interested. Why is this not a modest investment in our nation's security border security is national security? She says the president is waiting for Democrats to reach out to him. Democrat. Congressman Jim Jefferies of Brooklyn on ABC's this week set. A wall is not the only security solution. This is the same president who repeatedly promised the American people that Mexico would pay for the wall that he plans to build now he's trying to extract five billion dollars from the American taxpayer to pay for something that clearly would be ineffective. Democrats will give into a ransom note because the president is holding people hostage. Many government workers are working for delayed paychecks or not able to work at all wins. News time twelve forty nine where a day away from the big crowds in Times Square. Correspondent Steve Kastenbaum. Is there ball itself? From course will be the centerpiece of the evening celebration. Tim Tompkins is president of the Times Square alliance every year the celebration benefits 'cause this year we are honoring the committee to protect journalists and organization, a wonderful nonprofit. There are official charity. Honoree the CPJ promotes and protects. Freedom of the press around the world, it also brings attention to journalists who've been imprisoned or killed while reporting. Steve Kastenbaum for ten. Ten wins this hour. They are raising and lowering the festive Waterford crystal ball in a rehearsal for the big moment wins news time, twelve fifty. Netflix says something for parents, a little ones who liked to put them to bed early. Even though they insist on staying up to ring in the new year. It's a show that has the new year arrive whenever like say eight PM actually several show options with some after popular with kids like the cast of fuller house..
Wrestler forced to cut off dreadlocks or face disqualification during match
"Drove into a parking garage wall. And Yonkers firefighters were working last night to shore up several lever levels of the garage at the cross county mall. Yonkers assistant fire chief John Flynn says the wall was dislodged from its supports and was in danger of pancakey onto. The structure below Flynn says some cars were removed while repairs are being made and a New York couple whose Jeep crashed on the way to their wedding got lucky when a police officer responding at the scene gave them a ride to the ceremony and he did more serving as a witness yesterday at the town hall in lake rove on Long Island. Police say the crash was caused by another vehicle making a sudden u-turn there were no injuries WNYC right now. Six minutes after eight o'clock right now, thirty six degrees heading up to a high of forty three this afternoon. Support for NPR comes from the doors. Duke charitable foundation whose clinical scientists development award support
Investors worry US-China trade war spilling into currency markets
"Insurers, rally today meanwhile the dollar adding to Las Friday, when US President Donald Trump said that he's ready to go with additional, tariffs in China the EU and others have been manipulating currencies Equity benchmarks declining and Japan and Australia in South Korea they were little changed. In Hong Kong up in China today the offshore Yuan steady after last. Week's drop the world's finance chiefs warning on Sunday the trade tensions threaten global growth is the. Engines of leading economies fall out of sync also rattling investors Trump took issue with the warm. Six weeks slide to the lowest level in more than a year raising concerns among investors that the u. s. China trade war was now spilling over into the currency markets that's a Bloomberg business flash here's Leon garren with more on what's going on around the world thank you Mark in the u. k., three men and they twenty s have been. Arrested after a suspected acid attack on a three year old boy in Worcester please say they have been. Detained, in London on suspicion of conspiracy to commit GBH, the toddler had a corrosive substance thrown at him in his push at, our home bargains store on Saturday a heat Wave in Japan. Has, killed at, least thirty, people, in center on ten thousand to hospital, blistering temperatures are set to continue throughout this week with take. Full cost ac- thirty six degrees on Monday and thirty seven on Tuesday and Wednesday. It comes just weeks after flooding in the west claim to more than two hundred lines. And a drug to treat malaria the first such to get approval in sixty years has been given the green light by authorities the medicine is designed to.
FAA orders inspections of more engines like one in deadly Southwest incident
"Broadcast center in spring garden we have fifty degrees going to thirty six degrees overnight days after the emergency landing of a southwest airlines jetliner at philadelphia international the federal aviation administration calls for immediate inspections of some plain engines inspection order is issued by the faa for fan blades on new generation seven 737 jet engines like those on south west plight thirteen eighty inspection is a direct result of the tuesday mid air engine explosion cbs transportation safety analyst mark rosen kurt i am told that this is an inspection that basically is about two hours so they may end up having to put their maintenance crew on some overtime to make sure that all of these aircraft are that are under the air worthiness directive that are examined and to make sure that there are no anomalies within the engines engines with more than thirty thousand total cycles from new must undergo checks within twenty days gary nunn cbs news the racially charged arrest of two black men at a starbucks and your rittenhouse square has dominated headlines for days this weekend community affairs reporter cheri gregg takes an in depth look at racial disparities activists say may have led to the incident he aclu of pennsylvania has been in litigation with the city of philadelphia for eight years over racial disparities and pedestrian stops by police data released this year show that the ninth district where the arrest took place has some of the worst disparity in this city for san residents are african american but sixty seven percent of the people stopped in that area are african american that's aclu deputy legal director mary catherine roper while the city's number of unlawful pedestrian stops have dropped fifty percent over the years they want the city to hone in on.
"thirty six degrees" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Talk brought to you by straight talk wireless networks no contracts i'm gonna try that with draft coverage actually the giants would be crazy not to draft saquon barkley and i'm going to do it the other way the giants would be crazy if they drafted saquon barkley you record i will pull that out hey i'm just here to help thank you by the way master of the field what you look you look athletic pretty athletic he's got pretty good golf swing also well that's so low bart across what's the farthest you've ever run thirty six degrees sideways rain do i look intelligent and all because have you ever regard never you've never used to run marathons in the eighties trust the finish line and asked for his pack of cigarettes right there again referencing the boston marathon yesterday thirty six thirty seven degrees sideways rain unbelievable well plenty of people by the way the first thing i said when i knew jeff is coming on the show i said don't don't bother bringing your sticks we like to play a little golf just not that gulf weather it is not it's okay for spring to start on april seventeenth you you damned us all thinking this was my fault i said this two weeks ago i think the worst part of it is over and we've had three snowstorms look at all the people in green bay out right now they they yeah they should by the way are packers reporter robbed him off ski greatest post of all time as it was snowing feet of snow mosier the middle finger when outside in shorts cracked open a beer and put it up post find your be saw that it was fantastic corona commercials robbed him off ski let me just say well good well done all right we got a lot to get to with with florida man here jeff johnson's let's start with what's trending dwelling bead.
Five Year Anniversary: The Boston Marathon Bombings
"England wbz news time eight nineteen mostly cloudy right now thirty six degrees in boston good morning i'm tina gal wbz news top stories now as the city gets ready for the one hundred and twenty second boston marathon tomorrow today is one boston day a special day to remember the boston marathon bombing five years ago which left three people dead and more than two hundred and fifty people injured at this hour mayor marty walsh inc governor charlie baker will lay wreaths at the bombing site on boylston street according to the mayor security will be super tied if you're heading to the race tomorrow you will notice a much heavier police presence all along the race route and syrian president bashar alassad says the u s led airstrikes against his country this weekend were accompanied by a campaign of lies and misinformation in a un security council bashar alassad was speaking to a group of visiting russian politicians both balshaw assad and russia deny using chemical a weapons that trigger those attacks early yesterday in other news former fbi director james comey is hitting the road on a book tour i stop new york city the former fbi director fired by president trump last may will be at the union square barnes and noble on april eighteenth the day after a higher loyalty is released in the book komi comparison trump to a mob boss and calls him an unethical man with no regard for the truth the president countered in a series of tweets calling komi a leaker aligarh an untruthful slime ball sara lee kessler new york wbz news time eight twenty one in rhode island is state senate is strongly considering a bill that would provide guidelines.
Senate, O'hare and Lake County discussed on The Steve Cochran Show
"We'll check in with the business top six at six coming up we have brian regan tickets to give away this hour and steve stone to recap everything in the nine o'clock hour as well if the cochran show and it's chicago's very own seven twenty wgn chicago if you have a smart speaker just say play wgn radio on tune in the news sponsored by healthful home dot com here's jen disalvo and andrea it's thirty six degrees and cloudy at chicago's o'hare international airport a lawsuit has been filed against deerfield just days after the village voted unanimously to outlaw anything having to do with assault style weapons deerfield wants to outlaw the possession sale and manufacturing of assault weapons along with large capacity magazines in the village deerfield resident daniel easter day in the illinois state rifle association filed the suit in lake county circuit court in contend the village's ordinance was not an acted within a ten day window as outlined by two thousand thirteen state law the second amendment foundation joined the lawsuit and says the village is trying to guys this as an amendment to an existing ordinance rob martier wgn news moody's investor service has given a thumbs down to chicago's plans to expand o'hare international airport the chicago sun times reports the investment rating agency on thursday branded the eight point four billion dollar project to overhaul o'hare credit negative the city of chicago the city council has voted to allow the initial bowring of up to four billion dollars for the plan the proposal would add gates concourses and an updated international terminal at the airport the oklahoma state senate today consider several measures meant to shore up budget shortfalls that have driven public school teachers to other states in search of better pay here's abc's jim ryan the oklahoma house has approved three new education revenue raisers including a hotel motel tax and a sales tax imposed on online retail purchases finally the senate will look at a change in oklahoma's casino laws which currently allow for video roulette and craps the state house has approved the use of physical dice and roulette wheels in hopes of attracting new gamblers and new education revenues that was jim ryan no let up in the war of the words between britain and.
Winnie Mandela, Nelson Mandela's ex-wife, dies at 81
"The ex wife of the late former south african president antiapartheid icon nelson mandela the african national congress has issued a statement confirming that winnie mandela passed away early monday morning in a johannesburg hospital after a long illness the nc states winnie mandela was known far and wide as mother of the nation for her activism dedication to keep nelson mandela's work alive during the years he was in prison on robben island reverend vernon rosa fellow activists reflects on the couple's activism even though they devote i even though she was next to the icon nelson mandela she met out own pop in the struggle against apartheid so she mentioned developed a main clause when it mighty kiselev mandela was eighty one years old this is npr news and you're listening to wnyc in new york i'm jimmy floyd i'll hudson valley republican county executive is officially kicking off his campaign for governor of new york state duchess county executive mark molinaro announced his run this morning in his hometown of tivoli he'll be making a second stop in albany later this afternoon the gop hopeful was elected county executive in november of twenty eight eleven he's also served in the duchess county legislature and the state assembly and as mayor of tivoli molinaro will face off against a senator john defrancisco who has also announced his bid for the republican nomination and an ongoing lawsuit from the families of the sandy hook school shooting is facing new hurdles remington one of the nation's oldest gun manufacturers and a defendant in the lawsuit is filing for bankruptcy this comes as the connecticut supreme court considers whether to send the suit to a jury trial the new york times reporter kristen hussy says rubbing kim's bankruptcy has stalled the courts timeline essentially the bankruptcy hits the pause button on everything it gives remmington an opportunity to refinance and reorganize hussy says the court could be able to rule on the issue as early as may if bankruptcy proceedings expedited under federal law gun companies are granted immunity when one of their products is houston crime but if the sandy hook families says selling assault rifles two civilians qualifies as negligence and should therefore not be covered by the legislation the snow is gone son trying to come out currently it is thirty six degrees at one oh six support for npr comes from.
China pushes back, threatens new tariffs on pork and other goods
"And has written many opeds pushing for a tougher line on north korea and iran he's argued that president trump should pull out of the iran nuclear deal calling it president obama's waterloo bolton becomes the third national security advisor in a white house that has seen a lot of turnover in personnel he starts april ninth michelle kellerman npr news washington china has announced tariffs on some us goods retaliating for us tariffs on chinese steel and aluminum imports npr's anthony kuhn reports from beijing china has not yet announced steps to deal with some sixty billion dollars in new us tariffs on other chinese goods that were announced yesterday china's commerce ministry released two lists of us products to be hit with tariffs of twenty five percent and ten percent those are the exact same levels as us tariffs on chinese steel and aluminum exports announced earlier this month the lists cover one hundred twenty eight us products from wine fruit and pork steel pipes and aluminum scrap the commerce ministry says the tariffs will affect around three billion dollars in us exports it adds that the us tariffs levied under the pretense of national security undercut the rules of global trade is set by the world trade organization anthony kuhn npr news beijing meanwhile president trump is giving temporary exemptions from the terrace to european union countries australia argentina brazil south korea mexico and canada the temporary exemption runs out may first traders are spooked over a potential trade war markets in asia dropped by as much as four percent today yesterday on wall street the dow dropped nearly three percent there's been a cyber attack against government computers in the city of atlanta the saboteurs demanded a ransom the attack has effected some internal computer systems in atlanta and the applications that people use to pay bills or find lanta court information you're listening to npr this is wnyc in new york good morning i'm richard hake seven oh four thirty six degrees fair skies right now expect partly sunny day with a high near forty six degrees a new york city firefighter is dead after a fire broke out on a harlem movie set late last night fire commissioner daniel niagara told abc new york that thirtysevenyearold michael davidson was among the first to arrive on.
Officials: Student accidentally shoots self at Lexington, Kentucky high school
"News time five forty nine clouds in boston thirty six degrees good afternoon i'm jeff brown as we head into the weekend thank you for being with us our top stories now in the wbz newsroom utilities say it's gonna take a while longer to get all the lights back on well into the weekend in some cases ever source of national grid working hard to get things back in order 'have roles mayor not happy about it he's blasting national grid saying it's completely unacceptable for people in his city to go and other night without heat or without power president trump speaking today with china's president both welcoming the prospect of dialogue between the us and north korea banner day on wall street to finish out the week the dow nasdaq and sp 500 all feature strong gains students at a school in lexington kentucky are going to start seeing metal detectors as they enter the building this after a student accidentally shoots himself had happened this morning at frank frederick douglass high school in lexington the boy was in class when the gun accidentally went off police responded immediately the boy was taken to a hospital a school district says it's installing the metal detectors out of an active safety a word on what that boy was doing with the gun has meant teams around the home of a former russian official turned british spy in england there's concern there could be a public threat from the nerve agent used to poise sergei scripa or used to poison rather sergei scrip paul and his daughter abc's terry moran has russian reaction russia has denied any involvement in this they have said that this jeff propaganda and hysteria and that there has even been a proper investigation yet and so there's no way they can be blame but the british have a troubled history with russians here in this country who died mysteriously screw paul and his daughter are in critical condition after being found in a public bench in southern england last weekend a rhode island doctor who admitted taking close to two hundred thousand dollars in kickbacks for prescribing a highly addictive opioid spray gets four years behind bars prosecutors say dr gerald rosenberg verbally bullied patients who complained about the effects of the.
Florida school shooter Nikolas Cruz indicted on 34 counts, including premeditated murder
"The level on on the go you get no concession from the accused man cloudy and thirty six degrees a few flurries or snow showers tonight i abstained lear here's what's trending at 430 does he feel remorse for the killing of a boon county sheriff's deputy a smiling 21yearold anthony bongartz's no the battle quoting holes as he was being walked was initial court appearance bongartz said he did it because he didn't want to get hit bitten by a dog deputy jacob pick it was a canine officer his dog brick was with him when he was shot the accused florida high school shooter has been charged with seventeen counts of premeditated murder fox's evin brown reports from i am a a grand jury in broward county florida has now indicted nineteen year old nicholas crews of seventeen counts of premeditated murder and seventeen counts of attempted murder in the first degree for his alleged shooting spree three weeks ago at marjorie steinman douglas high school they kounser for every person killed or injured at the school that day prosecutors have it officially said they'll pursue a death penalty but have made it clear that execution would be warranted if cruises found guilty in miami eban brown foxnew california we have a problem is as attorney general jeff sessions as the justice department filed suit against the state cannot be the policy of a great nation threw up in reward those who unlawfully inner it's country with legal status social security welfare food stamps work permits and so forth governor jerry brown fired back seen the state should not be blamed the federal government's inability to do its job still flood damage to be repaired in new albany but city leaders say nothing to significant with new defence measures in place kirk darling report according to the news and tribune the city upgrading its three and a half mile long levy in pumping system in 2014 spending two million dollars in the process with the ohio river reaching just over sixty seven feet last week they passed with flying colors says new albany flood control director chris gardner kirk darling 93 wibc mobile new year lamented ally from traffic and weather it's four thirtythree tony cats you ever certain appro painters certain pro dot com these are your painting specialists and spring is here it's.
"thirty six degrees" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"I for sold in um dan probably the uh ryan pt twenty two because it was my first open cockpit airplane i ever own but i think really giving a final and they also since the end of the day might favor test to be the two twenty steer uh i i've had three germans that i've still got one and i just you know every time it going the hangar i smile and uh every time my role as out on uh on a warm summer afternoon and golts wang grass runway is just nothing like a steer now are you are you are you craving the warm weather it it all sounds like it in your voice said that you're just you're just ready for it i am ready for it there actually right now it you would i beat i'll look at bay yet my uh watch it it said the outside era care right now in minneapolis is uh thirty six degrees in in midfebruary that qualify bringing weather's here's it won't be people waxing car the embassy in tshirts and shorts we might add there slim that you know i'm smarter than if i've been in business growth for long enough melted know that they are now that collapsed within a year so no was not your help your next week we'll be back to shoveling a you know hundreds but i was in high school i always than if we get through january we've made it over the home but yet february can be cold but when march ruled around then then you'd really turned the corner and air and then you've got good look forward to spring and want to mention once again that john is going to be the keynote speaker tomorrow night at the wings of the north's air museum out at flying cloud airport and.
"thirty six degrees" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Stateowned thirty six degrees at ten o'clock good morning i'm joe bartlett a holiday getaway is on wor sara lee kessler says travelers are headed to the airports to get out of town today expect longlines had packed planes out of laguardia kennedy in newark airports people being told to allow extra travel time especially at laguardia were ongoing construction often causes traffic backups so far so did but look at outline over there looks like it's pretty good getting ready early in leaving early but lots of folks will be driving aaa expecting between one hundred one hundred seven million people they hit the roads over the holidays which would be a record mayor de blasio security will be at unprecedented levels for the new year's eve celebration in i am square he says they'll even be working with the state police less coordinate let's divide labour let's make sure using our personnel to the maximum uh and i think we can get a lot done that way celebration of course comes after that terror attack on halloween on the west side highway and the failed attack at the port authority bus terminal earlier this month one person killed in a multi car accident in edison new jersey early this morning six others were injured when vehicles collided on the southbound lanes of route four forty near the i two 87 split traffic in the area has been uh really problems them all morning long president trump got a scientist spending bill today is going to keep the government running through two thousand eighteen but there are still some big issues that need to be resolved democrats and republicans agreed to pass a month long extension to temporarily fund the government but all those weighty issues still remain including america's health insurance system how to resolve the status.
"thirty six degrees" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Stateowned thirty six degrees at ten o'clock good morning i'm joe bartlett a holiday getaway is on wor sara lee kessler says travelers are headed to the airports to get out of town today expect longlines had packed planes out of laguardia kennedy in newark airports people being told to allow extra travel time especially at laguardia were ongoing construction often causes traffic backups so far so did but look at outline over there looks like it's pretty good getting ready early in leaving early but lots of folks will be driving aaa expecting between one hundred one hundred seven million people they hit the roads over the holidays which would be a record mayor de blasio security will be at unprecedented levels for the new year's eve celebration in i am square he says they'll even be working with the state police less coordinate let's divide labour let's make sure using our personnel to the maximum uh and i think we can get a lot done that way celebration of course comes after that terror attack on halloween on the west side highway and the failed attack at the port authority bus terminal earlier this month one person killed in a multi car accident in edison new jersey early this morning six others were injured when vehicles collided on the southbound lanes of route four forty near the i two 87 split traffic in the area has been uh really problems them all morning long president trump got a scientist spending bill today is going to keep the government running through two thousand eighteen but there are still some big issues that need to be resolved democrats and republicans agreed to pass a month long extension to temporarily fund the government but all those weighty issues still remain including america's health insurance system how to resolve the status of dhaka and the socalled dreamers and how to manage the spending priorities of the trump administration and concerns about the deficit