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Mark Levin to Broadcast Live From the Reagan Ranch
"One tomorrow I will be applying united All the way out to California And I landed LAX Which has to be the most horrendous airport on the face of the earth mister producer Not the airport itself but getting in and out of there I'd be more accurate It's just terrible I'd love to go to John Wayne airport but I don't want to take one or two stops in between I don't want to take one or two stops in between because we're having an issue with global warming again Climate change But before I get to that when I land it'll be about two hours all told Do we get to the Reagan ranch And that is where I'm going to do the radio show from tomorrow evening Now if I was your average backbend true I wouldn't do the show tomorrow evening right And I'm going to be there for a big event with young Americans foundation Friday Among other things we're going to be honoring the great former attorney general Edwin meese a plaque will be placed at the Reagan ranch and the Reagan ranch was everything to the reagans Ronald Reagan just loved that place so did Nancy Reagan And young America's foundation came in and purchased it because it was up for sale and they didn't just want somebody to buy it They wanted to make sure that it was protected as a historic place and it is and I've never been there So they invited me in a more than thrilled to be there and what they do at yaf is so crucially important and has been for decades So I will fly there apply the friendly skies I hope they are I'll do my thing and then I'll fly back on Saturday
Fresh "Tomorrow Evening" from WTOP 24 Hour News
"IT needs. With Carasoft's federally focused 24 assistance -7 learn more at countoncarasoft .com I'm Rita Kessler WTOP 7 traffic. News First Alert meteorologist Eileen Whalen it's definitely cool out there but it's also pretty gorgeous looking right now. yeah you know it really kind of depends on where you are across the listening area because I'm looking at you know some of our cameras and yes we're seeing that sunshine and it's so beautiful some of you also are dealing with some clouds as we get a little bit of low moisture -level moving into the area so for those of you enjoying the sunshine soak it in my friends because overall I think the clouds are going to increase and eventually it will become an overcast day with temperatures this afternoon climbing into the upper 60s and as we go through the late afternoon and especially the evening hours there's at least a chance for maybe a passing shower maybe a little bit of drizzle or mist to develop I think a higher chance of that actually occurring overnight tonight and with clouds tonight it's not going to be as cool out the door tomorrow wake up temperatures between 58 and 83 tomorrow morning there could be a little drizzle or mist otherwise cloudy skies throughout the day highs will get into the lower 70s may see a little sunshine tomorrow evening and hoping so because what a great way to kick off our Friday evening and our weekend also the full moon will be rising on Friday night heading into the really weekend guys didn't I change much to the forecast still tracking those clouds early Saturday giving way to sunshine will be breezy highs in the low to mid 70s Sunday still looks beautiful sunny skies and high temperatures right around 80 degrees and it looks like that beautiful weather that we get Sunday's gonna last through much of next week right now temperatures well in some of our western suburbs still in the 40s 48 right now in front Royal 45 in Martinsburg we're at 54 degrees right now in Dale city Laurel and and it's 57 degrees downtown and coming up on WTOP our measures put place in place to deter crime in one part of our area working I'm Scott Gellman 822 get ready to start the the NFL week off right because right now all customers can get a no
"tomorrow evening" Discussed on WTOP
"Scratch off from the Maryland lottery, featuring crabs, the flag, black eyed susans, and cash prizes up to $100,000. I'm Rita Kessler, WTO P traffic. And here's 7 news first alert meteorologist Brian Van de Graaff. A jacket needed this morning, but through the afternoon, upper 70s, feeling very nice for this spring afternoon, blue skies as far as the eye can see. Tonight, temperatures back in the 40s and 50s tomorrow even warmer upper 80s. We could flirt with a record near 90 for the day on Friday. I'm 7 news meteorologist Brian Van de Graaff in the first alert weather center. Right now, 46 in both rosalyn and at farragut square, we have 39° in Laurel. 6 40 money news attend in 40 past the hour brought to you by penfed, great rates for everyone. Are you still using someone else's password to watch Netflix? The company indicated in January it would start cracking down on password sharing by the end of March, the verge reports new rules were imposed in February on users in several countries, including Canada, in those areas, users have to pay extra to share their accounts with users who are not considered part of their primary household. Now, Netflix says similar rules will be coming for users in the U.S. by the end of June. Inflation is persistent, but it has slowed Jeff claw says for many categories of items sold online. There continues to be deflation Online prices across a basket of categories in March were down 1.7% from a year ago, Adobe digital says that's the 7th consecutive month of year over year declines, the biggest drop is electronics, 13% cheaper than last year, but online grocery prices are still up ten and a half percent. Jeff says it's still worth noting that online grocery prices have fallen for 6 months in a row. 6 41, House speaker Kevin McCarthy worked furiously yesterday to build support for a Republican plan that would demand strict limits to federal spending in return for agreeing to raise the nation's debt limit and stave off an unprecedented U.S. default. The President Biden swiftly swatted down the plan, which would cap much federal spending at increases of 1% a year, he called that a huge cut to programs helping millions of Americans. It was just the latest in what's expected to be a protracted debate over how when and even whether to raise the nation's debt limit now at $31 trillion with default in a potentially devastating blow to the economy possible if Congress fails to act. A car is stolen at gunpoint with the driver's cat inside. It happened at 7th street southeast on Monday night. Police say when the suspects pulled a gun and demanded the car, the driver handed over the keys and the suspects drove off in the red 2020 Toyota highlander with the cat inside that black and white ten year old cat answers to Millie or Minnie and was in a red and cream colored crate in the car, the highlander has Virginia tags you see Z 6 6 8 5. A singer's cause of death is revealed in an autopsy report. The late singer Aaron Carter died in an accidental drowning at his Southern California home, so says an autopsy report following the 34 year old's death in November. The Los Angeles County coroner's office says the drowning happened after he inhaled a flammable gas that can induce feelings of euphoria. It can also lead to cardiac arrest. The report says Carter also took an anti anxiety medication, often sold under the brand name Xanax. The combined effects officials say caused the father of one to become incapacitated. Matt piper, CBS News, coming up the plan to reimagine a massive U street mural that's been tagged with graffiti. It's 6 43. And now a word from our sponsor, IBM. Today, people expect government services to be just a
Fresh "Tomorrow Evening" from WTOP 24 Hour News
"Centers keep you moving from oil changes and tire to filters and wipers to a full range of services visit jiffy loop DC .com for a location near you. Dave Doldine WTLP traffic. Let's get our forecast now as we're joined by 7 News First Alert meteorologist Jordan Evans Jordan it sounds like we're gonna get some more rain yeah more rains in the week moves it in tomorrow evening but should be out of here by Friday evening so the weekends looking dry Saturday will start with some cloud cover but sunshine for the afternoon Sunday we're looking mostly sunny and dry with high temperatures around degrees 78 and next week first week of October we're back into the low 80s with a lot of sunshine low humidity just like it was a couple of weeks ago I missed the weather we had when it was very nice out there with cool mornings and warm afternoons a lot of sunshine is on the way once we get through the weekend right now at 65 still some sunshine out there not too bad this evening we'll stay in the 60s 69 right now in southeast 66 up in northeast College Park now 64 and Germantown at 65 all right coming up on
"tomorrow evening" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Complete recall of all bolts because of battery fires, at least a dozen of them. It's expected to cost GM about 1.8 billion to replace all the defective batteries. But General Motors says it's pursuing reimburse meteorologist Chris Johnson's here. He's got a pretty good looking W L K Y forecast for the weekend. Yeah, the weekends looking really good. This evening is going to be fantastic. So if you do have some outdoor plans little bit later on today, the weather is going to be phenomenal if you're heading out for some high school football. Yes, Temperatures are going to cool off through the seventies. That's perfect football weather into this evening. We're staying nice and dry. Clear Skies ahead for tonight with lows around 64 years Saturday more sunshine expected warmer under the cards kick off later tomorrow afternoon. I think it's tomorrow evening, In fact, playing Ikea you and if you're heading out to that football game, tell Gate wise. Again. We're going to be on the dry side. It's lovely out there. He lots of sunshine. It's gonna be a little bit warmer, so be prepared for that temperatures climbing into those middle and upper eighties, but the temperatures they don't stop climbing. We're talking low nineties Sunday that continues into early next week before we could be talking some rain chances by next midweek. Right now. Here in well, we're seeing a mix of sun and clouds with a pleasant empty of 81 degrees. A message from Virginia Department of Health Not feeling well, Your symptoms may not be allergies or a cold. They may be an early sign of covid 19 Go to VD h dot Virginia dot gov and Search by your Zip code and find a covid 19 testing site near you. Looking back at the world of sports. It's the I heart radio weekend. Sports Time capsule. How's it going, fellas? Sports fans. It's Andy West, and I'm here to take you on a journey back to this week in sports history, we'll start back in 1918. The Boston Red Sox beat the Chicago Cubs four games to two.
Fresh "Tomorrow Evening" from WTOP 24 Hour News
"Trusted authority of all things work worker and workplace. Learn more at shrm dot org slash radio. That's SHRM dot org slash radio. Dave Delign, WTOP traffic. 7 News First Alert meteorologist Jordan Evans with us as we've got some sunshine. Is this going to last for the rest of the week? Or do we have more clowns on the way? Well, we have some more clouds coming in tomorrow. I think we'll see the sun for sunrise hour, but then once we get toward lunchtime, clouds stream in tomorrow evening. It's overcast likely with a few spotty light showers, even some drizzle moving in by sunset tomorrow. So damp and dreary conditions will return tomorrow evening. I'd say it's about Friday in the midday hours and then Friday evening things will start to improve. However, the clouds likely stick around until Saturday morning. So again, sun tomorrow morning, we and then talk about cloud cover to end the workweek. Temperatures are on the rise though. I think we'll have low 70s in the forecast for Thursday, Friday, mid 70s for the weekend and then low 80s by early next week. For the week first of October, morning temperatures will be nice and cool in the 50s and 60s too. Right now Reagan's at 68, 66 now in Southeast, 70 still at Reston, 71 in Manassas. Thanks
"tomorrow evening" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Shape on the airport roads and still good, right eastbound Mass pike from Milbury all the way into city this city. Laurie Grandi. WBC's traffic on the three. All right there. Loreal look now at the WBZ four day, AccuWeather forecast. Let's go live now to WBZ AccuWeather meteorologist Ian Devore. All right, Jim. Good morning to you today warm and more humans going to feel like some are a little bit again as we get up. We did the sneak past 80 in the city yesterday, and we'll get up in the low eighties again today with real feels a little bit warmer than that. We're going to see some rounds of showers and thunderstorms Very late this afternoon, especially tonight in this city. I'm sorry. Let's do that again. We're going to see some showers and thunderstorms arrive. Tonight, especially later tonight in the city itself. Temperatures will get down to near 70. And then we're gonna have some rain and some thunderstorm activity through the day tomorrow, especially in the morning. I think we're gonna have a mess in the morning commute. Laurie is going to be busy with some flooded roads and poor training areas highs in the mid seventies. So showers he's off by tomorrow evening. Friday. The son returns lower humidity highs in the mid seventies and upper seventies low eighties Saturday and Sunday, both days of the weekend. Look good again. The timing on this is showers and thunderstorms later tonight into the day tomorrow, with some of the heaviest during the morning commute will keep an eye on the potential for some problems with flooding in areas. Obviously, we're still sensitive to the rain that we got from Ida I'm AccuWeather, meteorologist for WBZ. Boston's NewsRadio. Absolutely there, Dean. And right now we are looking at 64 degrees. We have part. The cloudy skies here in Boston. It is 5 26 on WBC news radio. Now a check on New England business well today, marking six months that hundreds of nurses at ST fits at hospital in Worcester have been on strike. It has become the longest nurses strike in state history, and there is no end in sight. The hospital has hired permanent replacement workers..
"tomorrow evening" Discussed on WTOP
"Of unwanted pests turned to home. Paramount passed control called today for Free Inspection 88. 8888 home or home. Paramount dot com. David Golden w T o P. Traffic Storm Team force. Matt Ritter is with us what's going on this afternoon and the rest of the week. Dimitris another quiet afternoon out there just some fair weather clouds, high pressures and controls made it warm, seasonably so and the humidity is still low, so it's been a very comfortable afternoon. Temperatures will continue to slide from their current readings into the seventies after sunset this evening. It will be mostly clear tonight. It will be quite as cool as last night as some suddenly winds start to kick in, But it's not going to be comfortable. Those are gonna be in the low sixties this time around in the countryside right around 70 degrees inside the Beltway and the bigger cities as high pressure moves away tomorrow, even more of a suddenly wind flow that will pump in more humidity. So it's going to be just as warm as today. But it's going to be more uncomfortable and with a cold front, starting to approach from the Northwest will get some increasing clouds in the afternoon. A chance for some scattered showers and a few thunderstorms developing late in the day, mostly north of D. C. At least at first for tomorrow afternoon highs will be in the mid to upper eighties heading into tomorrow evening into the night time hours. The rest of us will have a chance for some scattered showers and a couple thunderstorms as the cold front moves through the area, but those will end before the morning rush on Thursday and the rest of the day Thursday. Just a mixture of clouds and sunshine breezy. And turning less humid throughout the day. Highs will be the upper seventies low eighties and Friday looks mostly sunny seas will be warm, but very, very comfortable. So a lot like today, highs will be in the low eighties 84 right now in Manassas, 87 in Camp Springs and 86 officially at Washington. Reagan National. Alright, Matt. Thanks all brought to you by Dulles Glass for all your glass mirror and shower.
"tomorrow evening" Discussed on WTOP
"Certified boneless beef sirloin steaks for 7 £99 through September 7th plus an extra 10% off for prime members while supplies last I'm Rita Kessler. W T o p traffic. Now, the forecast from Lauryn Ricketts Well, today he's going to be very similar to yesterday establishes climb into the mid to upper eighties with lots of sunshine, and it's so comfortable out there as we continue into tomorrow, things changed just slightly. We'll have temperatures in the upper eighties also have a little bit more humidity around for your Wednesday and a chance for a few showers and thunderstorms later in the day. Some of those could be strong, especially tomorrow evening. Now a few lingering showers early Thursday, but we'll clear by Thursday afternoon damages on Thursday and plenty of sun in the upper seventies and low Hades. I'm from team for meteorologists warn record 78 degrees in Burke right now. 74 in Damascus in 72 degrees in downtown D. C. Brought to you by mattress warehouse. Buy with confidence with a one year price guarantee. Only at mattress warehouse sleep happens dot com 10 41 for some local first responders, the pain of the 9 11 attacks. Is ongoing to this day, W T. O P's John Aaron spoke to some of them as we continue our coverage. September 11th 20 years later, you should know. Some may find details in the story. Upsetting Carlos. This is Arlington County Fire Station five near Pentagon City, which was among the first to respond to the Pentagon on 9 11 firefighter Jalil Davis now serves here. But was it a different station in 2000 and one He came in on a day off after seeing the news of the plane crash on TV and hitched a ride to the Pentagon in a volunteers pick up truck. I do remember the bodies. I do remember, actually remember, I'm.
"tomorrow evening" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Stop heavier on the Chelsea side and also especially getting through the city Square tunnel and onto the connector. Laurie granted WBC's traffic on the three. Alright, let's take a look at the four day WBZ AccuWeather forecast a lot to like about this one. Here's meteorologist Dean DeVore. Indeed, in fact, grab the sunglasses out the door folks because lots of sunshine unabated East bound travelers, especially, I think you will get some sun glare here in the next hours so and then, that sunshine continues to be the dominating factor of the days. We get up within a few degrees of 80 temperatures tonight and back into the comfortable load of its sixties breezy, warmer and more humid as we go through the day tomorrow. Think really, Any of precipitation holds off till tomorrow evening at the earliest low eighties and then later tomorrow night into Thursday, Jeff We're going to see some heavier showers and thunderstorms. Mostly on the shower variety. There may be some thunder mixed in worried about some downpours that could constant localized flooding temperatures Thursday in the upper seventies and then it dries out, and the upcoming weekend looks as nice as today. Upper seventies 10 Year 80 with good amounts of sunshine, Friday, Saturday and Sunday. I thank you for the meteorologist Dean DeVore WBZ Boston's NewsRadio Beautiful 66 Here in Boston. Good morning. It's 6 55 on a Tuesday morning, it is one last doggy paddle at a pool in Maryland just before Draining the pool for winter lifeguard ordering humans out and the gods in he loves the water. You get to see the dogs go literally out of their mind having the most fun ever. Our dogs get to be happy and potentially urinate. Not in our yard..
"tomorrow evening" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Monitoring. You won't be left in the dark generators Supercenter 978, 41 8331, Kevin Brennan, WB's ease traffic on the Threes 78 degrees in Boston right now, mostly sunny today and after In shower later on is possible. High in the low eighties and mid seventies at the beaches tonight, Clear and comfortable dropping to about 64 Tomorrow. Beautiful bright sunshine High near 80 mix of clouds and sunshine on Wednesday High 82 some rain showers likely tomorrow evening and mostly cloudy on Thursday with some rain on the way high 78 live. Local and fiercely independent. This is WBC news radio. Good Monday morning to you. Thank you for joining us on this Labor day. I'm Tina Gauer. Here are the five things you need to know at 11 45, while some businesses along with government offices closed today as the nation celebrates Labor Day honoring the country's workers. Pair of two year old girls are injured in two separate coyote attacks in Arlington over the weekend. The search continues for hit and run driver wanted for slamming into a Medford family out for a walk with their dog. The dog is okay and Littleton police are called in to rescue a couple and their baby after their car went off the road early today. And became completely submerged and Beaverbrook Pond back Now to one of our top stories this Monday morning, it is Labor Day a day to honor our nation's labor force. But the weekend crowds are also triggering new fears and concerns about further spreading. Covid 19 infections. Here's.
"tomorrow evening" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Telethon, Channel nine. Let me put you to work. I read. I read in The New York Times that somehow the Midwest is going to have this weather effect. La Nina or a baby nine or whatever the hell it is. We're going to have a We're going to have a wet and mild winner. Can you tell us what the hell that is? And what does it mean? Sure what that is, is in the tropical Pacific right along the equator. From time to time. There is an effect that either the water's warm there or they become cooler than average. Either way, the warmer than average is El Nino. The cooler than average is La Nina. And, yes, In fact, we are now officially under a La Nina watch for the probability of cooler than average waters. Across the tropical Pacific. Now why the heck would we care about that? Yes, well, what it does. What it does is it changes the worldwide weather Pat because it's so influential in that area when thunderstorms come up When wind flow goes a certain way it changes the overall direction of weather and for us as you then It changes our winter top. So as a consequence, let's jump ahead three or four months. It's October, November, December, January, February, practically What does that mean? Well, generally, you can't always say because not everything is perfect in this kind of phenomenon, but generally means a warmer and wetter. Time for us, starting for the fall into winter said Oh, great weather. More snow really know, because the temperatures will be warmer. What it often means for us is and you don't want to hear. This is more kind of an icing a fleeting or that kind of thing for us more often than getting the actual snow because we don't get the cold, cold air here we get more air rising warm from the South, and so consequently we get that much. That nobody really wants. So instead of being 10 to 15 degrees is, although it might be 25 or 30, or 35, which means we may have more snow, but also more icing events. So that's not necessarily a good thing to have a warm and wet winter that could be worse than having a cold and dry winter. Yeah, exactly exactly. Because if we're cold and dry that cold air comes in, we make good snow. Everybody's happy. The skiers the borders, the folks who plow for a living. But in this case, and in fact, the last La Nina we had we didn't get much in the way of snow at all. So that's generally the effect because of that warmer temperature trend. Right, Julie Riley. Let's talk about Maddie's House Telethon, which is tomorrow evening, Thursday evening and tell us what is Maddie's house. First of all, I'm Maddie's house was actually Maddie's idea. We lost Madison to.
"tomorrow evening" Discussed on WTOP
"No delays to report heading over into Maryland. No major issues along I 95 or the Baltimore Washington Parkway. Money black there. W t o p. Traffic, not a storm Team four and Samara Theodore, the tail end of our Saturday wrapping it up here and rain chances are still pretty low. But there there may still see a shower pop, especially North and west of D. C. Four years Sunday, Fourth of July. It starts off dry, mostly sunny, high temperatures in the seventies. Rain chances increased slightly throughout the day in the evening, so I can't rule out some scattered showers or maybe even an isolated thunderstorm. But we'll have more dry time than not tomorrow. High temperatures will peak in the low to mid eighties for your fourth of July. By the time fireworks roll around, we couldn't be experiencing a temperature inversion. What that essentially means is we may be experiencing more smoky conditions. For our fireworks tomorrow evening. So that'll be something to watch for other than that things look pretty good hot start to the week with temperatures in the nineties but sunny skies Monday through Wednesday I'm storm team for meteorologists. Samara Theodore Temps around the Washington area this evening 81 Tysons Corner 76 Right now in Crofton and downtown 81 degrees of La Femme Plaza at 5 30. This is w t. O p Your source for today's top news, traffic and weather, always connected and constantly updated. In your car at home at work and on the go. W T O p Never this a moment. Good evening. I'm Kyle Cooper. Anna Cavell is our producer. Coming up. The death toll rises to 24 with plans to demolish tomorrow morning once left of the collapse, Condo and Surfside, Florida a discovery.
"tomorrow evening" Discussed on WDUN AM550
"Where North Georgia gathers for a cup of coffee and some conversation. It's wdun mornings on name Street. 13 minutes after 77 13 to roll into a brand new morning a lot of celebrations going on for the fourth of July. A lot of those on the third and coming away tomorrow night, the Patriotic Pops concert in downtown Gainesville with the Arts Council and their Smith call performing Arts Center and just a fantastic concert there with the North Wind, Symphonic van. Don't want you to miss that It looks like the weather will cooperate for that. So that is very exciting. We're also going to learn a little bit more about the fireworks going on with the American Legion going on there at the Laurel Park for tomorrow evening as well. So you got a choice of two things you can do so you can find out more at access. WD one dot com. We have a banner there you can click on and find out more about all the great things that are going on. To celebrate the season because it is the fourth of July. It is America's birthday. And, you know, here's a question. Are you indeed proud to be an American? Wow, to be an American wearing these dino man? And I won't forget well, recent surveys showing that a lot of us are fortunately still able to say I am proud to be an American and let me stand up next to you and say that As well. I would be in the 78% of those poles who say yes, I am proud to be an American. Now, For those of you who want to go way off the deep end. And say, Yeah, we're looking out things that are wrong,.
"tomorrow evening" Discussed on WTOP
"Beyond. Meat. Meatless taco. See the full menu. It's silver diner dot com. Eat well be well. I'm Rita Kessler. W T o p. Traffic to Lauren rickets temperatures today We're going to continue to rise to right around 80 degrees for daytime highs. Now again, that's alone. But again all in all, not too bad tomorrow. Touching humidity. Temperatures are going to be around 80 degrees, and we may have a little thunderstorm tomorrow afternoon through tomorrow evening. Better chances of rain come on Thursday. Scattered showers and thunderstorms specially the afternoon hours that could be strong to possibly severe. We'll have to watch the flooding threat. It will be human and breezy. On Thursday, he met on Friday Temperatures around 80 with a slight chance of storms. I'm storms and four meteorologist morn Rick. It's sunny and 71 in Washington. This'll is w t o p your source for two days. Top news, traffic and weather always connected and constantly updated. W t o p. Never miss a moment. Tell you t O p s top news is brought to you by van Meter homes. Find a home. That's right for you at van Meter Homes calm. Good morning. I'm Brendan Hazleton and I'm Mork, Lois Jocelyn Chess in our producer just ahead. President Biden is said to take part in a remembrance of one of the nation's darkest and largely forgotten. Moments of racial violence. Looking back at the clearing of protesters a year ago today near the White House on Ken's Ofay congressional committees press ahead with investigations into the attack on the capital after a Senate set back on Capitol Hill, I'm Mitchell Miller, the Dow's up 100 points. NASDAQ Down sixth E S and P up. Six W. T o P News time, 10.
"tomorrow evening" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Booker on the dry Booker, the Rim Chan's Devin Booker. Yeah. Get out to be a diehard sons fan to get excited about this team, especially after a big playoff win over l. A. It is 5 30. Good morning. This is Arizona's morning news. I'm Jamie West, and I'm Jim Sharp more on the big win coming up. Plus right after we check traffic, there's new election audit drama as the counting resumes today, but first For the first time in 11 years, the Phoenix Suns hit the court for a playoff game and came up with a statement win over the defending champion Los Angeles Lakers, 99 to 90 Gay Diego's Jim Crosses live in the new center with the details dreamy Devin Booker 34 points most ever for Sons player in their first playoff game. DeAndre 18 21 points 16 rebounds his first playoff game, Phoenix came up with the Big One in the opening game of the best of seven series son's head coach money. Williams spoke about the electric crowd of almost 12,000. Have the Suns arena have our fans eyes crazy is Sons. Nation is going nuts like that? For our guys? It was pretty cool. To be involved in that game. Two of the story is set for tomorrow evening in Phoenix. Tip off at seven o'clock. You can hear that game had 98 7 FM Arizona Sports Station. Why of the new center? Jim Cross, Katie our news. Thank you, Jim 5 31 traffic time. Here's Danny Sullivan from the Valley Chevy Dealers. Traffic Center just got a new injury accident. Checking in along Grand Avenue at about 71st Avenue. Also an accident clearing I 10 West found Western Miller Road. It's off, right, I see it. Slow spot on I 10 heading eastbound between 43rd Avenue and 35th Avenue and you've got a crash on us. 60 westbound. It's right at the country Club exit ramp, and it looks like two of your left turn lanes are blocked in the area. You'll make it through. It's going to be a little bit of a slow down there..
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"tomorrow evening" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Crash by Mechanic Street and then delays shortly after that, anyways, right down past 4 95 my king. What? WBC's traffic on the three state bird Savings bank brings us the four day actually, the forecast we bring in meteorologist John fearing and we've got some rain that's not too far away now. Yeah, it's already starting to break out now off to the north of Boston, head up toward the Danvers seeing some rape right now, and that's working off toward the East. There are are more showers. Back to the West across southern Vermont, moving into far western Massachusetts right now that are gonna work through as we head through the evening and then later on tonight, we should tend to dry out a little bit. Maybe a leftover shower late tonight. Areas of fog is well below 49 on a cloudy cool day four of our own periods of rain, especially the afternoon. I 55 to 60 Looks like the heaviest rain probably comes in tomorrow evening. Maybe enough to cause of ST highway flooding than the rain tapers off later tomorrow night. The whole 50 windy day on Friday a couple of showers around high 62 to 66 breezy on Saturday. Pretty nice sunshine and clouds. Put a bolo sixties and better on Sunday. We're up near 70. I'm actually the meteorologist Gone Fear WBZ Boston's news radio. We do have some of those rain showers that air up on the North Shore. Salem, Gloucester. Newburyport, seeing some a rainfall activity 55 degrees right now in Beverly in Chatham. It's 53. It is 62 in Plymouth and 53 degrees in Boston. 5 26 New England business across the country. There's been a surge in demand for office space. BOSTON, though lagging behind with a return to the workforce as covert concerns, Wayne National Demand for office space is up 28%.
Severe weather moves into the deep South
"Hitting parts of the deep South, part of a line of severe weather impacting Alabama, Arkansas, Mississippi, Louisiana and Tennessee overnight, the same areas that saw devastating tornadoes earlier in the week explosion of storms around midnight tonight, Then that line pushes east into the mid Atlantic tomorrow for severe weather threatened Charlotte and Raleigh again in Norfolk in D. C. Win in a rain event look like for the Northeast through tomorrow evening as well before this whole system moves out. ABC senior meteorologist Rob Marciano
"tomorrow evening" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA
"And the denver nuggets lose in the last seconds. One thirty one twenty eight. Jamal murray hit a late three tied up at one twenty eight and then the nuggets foul with point one seconds left and they ended up losing by those two points. Denver was up forty one to twenty four after the first quarter. Then they were down at the half. How do you do that. That just makes no sense to me. This team inconsistency is all over the place. Excuse me denver. Coach mike malone wasn't pleased with the team's defense you gave up one hundred thirty points to an eight and seventeen team. Are you kidding me. Guy off the bench for the wizards goes nine for for eleven from three yeah It's it's remarkable what this team has done. Where the is it. Time to make a move. And i know that's what brady holes poll. Question is today. It's time for the denver nuggets to make a move time to shake things up. I bradley beal's a guy you try and go in at least inquire about the wizards are obviously in rebuild mode. They're in a weird place. Why not go see. That is the third worst team in the east that you just lost to with that loss you fall number aid your game out of Nine and you're not even in the playoff run sitting at fifteen thirteen. There's no excuses no more while the people had of them aren't running away. The people ahead of you are running away right now and the denver nuggets are heading in the other way a team that just was at the western conference finals now. People are calling them a fluke and it's hard not to fifteen of thirteen. I've great teams. Don't do don't go on five game winning streaks then loose four out of the next five then win three zero now lose. Tuna wrote the play tomorrow evening against the cleveland cavaliers tomorrow afternoon rather with five o'clock tip off remember. They just blitzed the cavaliers. Last time they played so we will see Let's see what else is going on in the sports world of course Colorado state university is still on their hold so they will not be playing anytime soon. so are the university of northern. Colorado they'll play on monday. We'll talk with voice marriage. Jason olveen tomorrow the big game tonight in fact the only colorado game with any implications around the around the state it is the colorado buffaloes and oregon tonight. Nine o'clock tip off so too late tip off in eugene oregon That game we'll be on Espn two if you wanna watch that. The buffaloes are coming off of a Tough loss to cal a bad team. They lost two and now they're trying to get back into the win column but i mean or again is sitting at twelve and four you know. I think that they still do have a chance here to win the pac twelve. Here's why they play every single team. Who's in front of them at least once they play. Usc play ucla now. Are they going to be good enough to win out. There probably going to drop one or two right oregon who you've You you beaten earlier. This year seventy nine seventy two. They beat them early. So you say okay you know you can clearly. It's a winnable game at least then. You've got oregon state Who you've beat Earlier that you absolutely blitzed again. That was a team that that they blew out Seventy eight to forty nine. So you say you. You've got to win those two. But it's the usc and ucla games coming up for the colorado buffaloes the wonder about if they can get the job done but the colorado buffaloes ted night against oregon clock late tip off the buffs are slight favorites in this one minor. Oh no excuse me. There are slight underdogs. They are plus three three point. Underdogs in this game in eugene here tonight so for the sports world you wanna watch that game check out. The tavern at saint michael's square again their lunch meeting yesterday. What did i have well with this. Little diet. thing that. I'm trying to stick to write Avoided the half price wine and whisky wednesdays But you know. Today is all day happy hour at the tavern. Say michael square. So if it's been a long week or maybe it's time to celebrate something is there's some good news. Things started to turn around for you. Check out the tavern at say michael square. How all day. Happy hour Today at the tavern at saint michel square. Let them know you heard about here on noko now. go jr. Let's go back to our poll. Question with happy gilmore turning twenty five. We want to know what your favorite adam sandler. Movie is Tanja saying fifty first dates as well. There's a couple of those i it seems to be. That's that's definitely one of those. It's a cheesy romance. i enjoyed it. I think that he's pretty funny in that. There's some there's some humor in there and again going back It's that soft hearted stuff That that adam sandler pulls off. So well he mixes his humor and the emotions and they're very very well. 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"tomorrow evening" Discussed on WTOP
"At 15 and 45, powered by Red River. Technology decisions aren't black and white. Think red. Let's go to day. Preston Capitals playing Pittsburgh scoreless in the second Wind, Connor Sherry shot finds a home. Plan for Jensen worked along the dasher. Got it. Lower the right hash beyond Connor. Sherry Jankowski battling and now in front for Sherry. He scores in a circle from out of the corner. The former penguin John Walden 1500, the camps win. 31 head coach Peter Laviolette. I think the effort was really good tonight. You know, it seemed like everybody was on point. And now that I'm ready to play You know they were slice. I said, it's It's hard when you lose the hockey game, especially when it's your fourth one. There's a lot of things that I liked last game. What we just needed to clean it up a little bit. Caps. Also get goes from Jacob Rana and Lars Eller. V Tec Veta Check Dodges 27 saves Men's college hoops. Maryland beats Nebraska 64 50 Aaron Wiggins tallies, 21 points with 11 rebounds as the Terps finished this game on a 20 to 6 run. It was a couple different mismatches. You know when we were on certain screens, and we get there, you know Ford's on our hearts and then with their little guards, you know. He's being aggressive, trying to get downhill. I'm not only make place ourselves to make plays for others because you get in the paint. You know every defense help. So it was just about, you know, trying to trying to br the person in front of us getting into the paint and make plays Rose terms host the Cornhuskers again tomorrow evening. Australian Open Tennis women's quarterfinal action Top seed Ashleigh Barty is upset by number 25 Carolina Markova and three cents number 22 Jennifer Brady needs Three sets to dispose of Jessica Pakula, Dave Preston, Wtlv Sports.
Chinese forced to grapple with a Lunar New Year COVID conundrum
"New Year celebrations in the countries of Vietnam, South Korea, China and the U. S. So the ringing in of the year of the ox will be a largely virtual affair. But that means festivities hosted by the Smithsonian American Art Museum, and the Freer and Sackler Galleries in Washington, D C may draw an even wider audience. will headline the virtual celebration. The first piece is nicknamed the writer That's a realist and Shanghai Quartet co founder Hyung Gong Li second piece is a set of Chinese folk songs. Arranged by off friend and my friend and old schoolmate of mine So long, we were looking for folk songs that we thought would be evocative of this kind of Lunar New Year and his folk songs are just beautiful, and that's the Shanghai quartets, cellist Nicolas Severus. Theo. Entire performance, which will debut on YouTube tomorrow evening was pre recorded at one of Juilliard's performance halls in China. A kaleidoscope of brief musical journeys that takes you from the nostalgic to the sorrowful to the upbeat If you're happy you want something happy? There are happy music, And sometimes they only last a minute or two minutes long, You know which cheer you up, bringing to music lovers worldwide a soundtrack for the start of a new year and maybe a chance to taste the promise of more hopeful times to come. Paying your debt to
Winter storm blankets Philadelphia in snow
"Penalties. Snow keeps falling in the northeastern states and much more is on the way for some places. The National Weather Service forecasts of foot of snow on the ground before the storm ends in New England tomorrow evening. Heavy snow is already causing problems in Boston, New York and Philadelphia Central Park in New York City, has received 16 inches
"tomorrow evening" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"All hung up both directions to that. Brockton West Bridgewater stretch Right now, my king WBC's traffic on the threes and at 7 25. It's time for the four day WBZ accurately forecast. Very busy man tonight meteorologist Bob Larson, and it's that wind. I think that we're really focusing on now, Bob. Absolutely. It's a very noticeable, very strong, gusty winds going to stay that way to call right through the right of well, not quite as gusty. Still it Otis will win during the day Tuesday is that storm continues to crank through the area eventually slip north of the area. Move away, but it's a very slow moving door these Easter, so we're gonna have to deal with this for a while. Now, when it comes to precipitation we've seen the rain makes in a coast of the areas right through the city and working suede north of a little bit, and only going north to a point. It's not going to go very far inland, where it's gonna stay all snow. Of course, it's all rain out of the Cape after initially being mixed with snow and sleet, that's Very much not the case at this point should reign the rest of the night at across Cape Cod and the islands. Now we're looking at two precipitation. Snow totals Anyway of six to perhaps 12 inches in around the city. I think generally the lower end of that range since we're already seen mixing, however, a foot or more out beyond 4 95 temperatures that I hold steady arise a couple of degrees. The precipitation will gradually taper off tomorrow. But as I mentioned it will stay windy and the precipitation won't fully end until sometime tomorrow evening. I vacuum Weathersby Barson Visi. Boston's news radio was long haul storms out there. All right, Thanks, Bob. Right now, When it comes to the rain on the cape, it is coming down pretty hard, actually in P town where it's 36. And looking at the radar. I think we might actually have a thunderstorm making its way over toward the vineyard here in the next few minutes. Who'd have thought? What's of town? Snowing in Worcester, where it's 27 degrees north of town, snowing in Nashua, New Hampshire. Words 29 right now in Boston at 7 26 a light snow It's 33 degrees, but it feels like 21 knowing them business. Now there's a pretty good chance that you will soon be able to sport those mean famous mittens worn on Inauguration Day by Senator Bernie Sanders. Vermont Teddy Bear.
"tomorrow evening" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Off. It's the actually right hand lane on the westbound side due to a water main break in Revere, Laurie Gradually bc's Traffic on the three we take a look at the four day WBZ AKI Weather forecast Now here's meteorologist Dean DeVore. We're looking at this precipitation to arrive very late in the day tomorrow into tomorrow evening, Jeff. So you've got dry, cold, chilly weather today tonight and then through the day tomorrow sunny skies today. More clouds moving in tomorrow. The farther you go south and west of the city, the more problems you'll have during the late day commute tomorrow afternoon. If you go in north, it's probably OK tomorrow evening. But then tomorrow night into Wednesday, at least through the first part of the day, I think it's snow mixing with rain and sleet of the coast. Still a couple of inches of accumulation possible and then the key is that they continue to precipitate later Wednesday night Wednesday night. I think there's another little match of some snow that's possible Thursday and then folks, it's going to get much colder again Highs only in the twenties. Saturday. Well, actually starts Friday and Saturday in the twenties. I thank you with meteorologist Dean DeVore with WBZ Boston's NewsRadio Now is 23 here in Boston. Good morning, 9 55 Group of college students are taking their studies to new heights satellite small enough to sit in the palm of your hand. And is circling the earth and sending data to the students who built it. Students at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette created Cape Three to help keep astronauts safe by monitoring how much radiation they're being exposed to each side of the satellite measures less than four inches across. It was among 10 that were launched earlier this month above the Pacific Ocean from a virgin orbit rocket that itself was launched from a customized Boeing. 7 47 Lisa Matteo CBS News The House.
On Monday, ‘Christmas Star’ appears in sky for first time in 800 years
"And look to the skies tomorrow evening for an early Christmas present. The Christmas Star, as it's called, will appear in the night sky. For the first time in nearly 800 years, it'll appear that Jupiter and Saturn are merging even though they're really hundreds of millions of miles apart. Tell US science Museum astronomer David Dundee tells Channel two action news The best time for viewing if you look in the direction where the sun sets and the sun will set around 5 30 in the Southwest. And as it gets dark around six o'clock you'll see a above the tree line. Don't wanna miss this potentially once in a lifetime opportunity, you'll have to wait until the year 2080 for your next
European Commission president, U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson to meet Wednesday evening to discuss post-Brexit deal
"The leaders of britain and the european union tomorrow for a final push brexit deal as sides warned the chances of a post brexit trade deal by a year end deadline is slipping away. The president of the european commission tweeted earlier today that she looks forward to welcoming uk. Prime minister boris johnson. Tomorrow evening britain is due to leave us economic structures on january first which could cause upheaval for businesses on both sides of the english channel. If there's no trade deal.
Miami prepares for Tropical Storm Eta
"Our top story at eight o'clock, not a lot of change with Tropical Storm Aita as we move through the evening hours will continue to see tropical storm force winds and heavy rain as the storm moves up the coast National Hurricane Center director Ken Graham says the worst of it is on the east side of the storm center. It's these rain bands where you're getting the significant wins. You're getting tropical storm force winds. Well, Outlook. Even Orlando and look down here over portions of Fort Myers and Naples have seen these today and now getting into Broward County where we don't need any more rain. Ada is still on a path to make landfall north of the Tampa Bay area sometime tomorrow morning and then be out over the Atlantic By tomorrow evening. At the moment, it's west southwest of ST Pete, Moving north. At about 12 Miles an hour. We later got up close and personal to Florida's West central Coast somewhat sooner than expected, not giving residents much time to prepare. ST Pete Mayor Rick Kreismen says would have been different if we'd have a couple of days. But he also feels very fortunate. We are we're not talking about a storm, which, thankfully, didn't significantly intensify and become a two or three that took the sudden turn in that respect. I feel like we were all very fortunate, but having said that we still want you to take precautions. Savva Mayor Jane Castor says people need to be vigilance with the storm. Even though it's not a hurricane. Castor says conditions could get worse before they get better. The next couple of hours are going to be critical for our area. We're still looking at Tornado warnings and waken have water spouts out in the bay as well, and those could be very, very damaging As everyone is aware, Castor says. The weather can change in an instance people need to be aware of what's going on Long night ahead. In Pasco County, just south of eight is projected landfall. Monica Santiago, the Pascoe emergency management says there are no evacuation orders, shelters or not open, but she is urging residents.
Trump, Biden neck and neck in Texas: poll
"In Texas ends tomorrow evening. Texas go blue on Election Day. It's not likely that Joe Biden will win Texas electoral votes, but state Democrats are making their push. According to the Cook Political report, a nonpartisan outlet that analyzes and predict selections for congressional seats are rated as either lean democratic or toss up, including three open seats with two additional rated lean Republican that the party has its eyes on on Wednesday. Cook also shifted Texas from lean Republican to toss up in the presidential race with 38 electoral votes. The state hasn't backed a Democrat for president since 1976 On no presidential candidate plans to visit the state Democratic VP nominee Kamala Harris will be
Barrett nomination clears Senate hurdle, putting her on course to confirmation to Supreme Court
"Republicans voting overwhelmingly to limit debate on Judge Amy County Barrett's nomination to the Supreme Court with nearly all Republicans on board for her confirmation vote tomorrow a near Party line fifty, one to forty eight vote in the Senate overcame an attempted filibuster by Democrats in advanced. Supreme Court. Nominee judge amy conybeare it. All Democrats opposed moving forward with the nomination in addition a Republican Senators Susan Collins and Lisa Murkowski. Vice. President Mike Pence is expected to preside over the Senate tomorrow evening when a final confirmation vote is set making good Republican hopes to confirm president. Trump's third supreme court nominee ahead of Election Day Fox's jared
Hurricane Delta takes aim on the Gulf Coast, storm surge warning in effect
"Hurricane Delta is heading for a dangerous strike on the Gulf Coast tomorrow evening, with storm surge flooding strong winds and rain fall from Louisiana and East Texas to Mississippi. A storm surge warning is in effect from Sabine Pass Texas, the Ocean Springs, Mississippi. A hurricane warning is now in effect from east of Sabine, Vast Texas to Morgan City, Louisiana.
Activists uphold John Lewis' legacy to fight for voting rights
"Imagery of these past few days comes close close to the honor John. Lewis deserved in life as was said over this past weekend this time they saluted the man who was almost killed at the hands of police this time, his final crossing of the bridge that may soon bear his name. was on rose pedals John Lewis witnessed his share of history during his time here on earth, and now in death he becomes the first ever black elected official to lie in state at the US Capitol. We welcome to the broadcast tonight. Nicole Hannah Jones, correspondent for the New York Times focusing on racial injustice this year she was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for her work on the time. Sixteen, thousand nine hundred project, which analyzes how slavery has affected our country among her many other honor. She's also a past recipient of the MacArthur Genius Grant. Thank you so much for spending some time with us. All of us who were lucky enough to spend any time with John Lewis are left just with our memories, but I'd like for you to talk about his personal legacy in your life for you. As, thank you so much for having me on to talk about one of the greatest Americans that this country has produced John Lewis was just a few years older than my own father. like my father was born into the segregated south into a family of sharecroppers so I very personally understand how he change the country that my father, and that he. He was born into. That would allow someone like me. an opportunity to work at a place like the New York Times and to do the Piper journalism that I do I just would not be here without him. and you know all of the other civil rights activists in everyday Americans who I consider to be really this nation's true founding fathers. How do you keep the legacy alive of such a towering and unique American? During a time in our lives, where everything we see around us is kind of his antithesis sadly. Yes, I mean the amazing thing about. Congressman John Lewis is that he was not one who felt that he needed to dictate our control the movement that was coming. He was a supporter of black lives. Matter. We spoke about it when I interviewed him about freedom, summer one of the last things he did before he died was to go see the black lives manner banner that was painted in DC so i. think what he much more than myself was. Optimistic he believed that. We would need to keep fighting these BABS, but they will worthy and that we would have victories and I think he has passed that legacy onto us, and it is our charge. You know we know that as As John Lewis died, there was a bill in Congress right now to restore the provision of the Voting Rights Act. That was good by the Supreme Court and that is his legacy. If we want to honor him, then the way to honor him is to continue his work, and that is one way to do that. I. Hope. My, sarcasm. Comes through over zoom or whatever it is, we're calling this technology because it is meant to be the dripping kind of sarcasm, you guys at the sixteen nineteen project must be working on some very scary stuff because it seems to trigger a lot of officeholders. Yeah. It's been an interesting time. The Sixteen nineteen project published almost a year ago. Next month it'll be a year and yet it seems like the people in the highest offices of this land have a bit of an obsession with the project and it's been. It's been interesting I hope though that this conversation will drive people in this country to do some reflection on why we hold so dearly to these founding myths, and why we still four hundred years after the first Africans were brought to this land. To be enslaved cannot deal with our history and our past. Thank you for not minding a little well. Sarcasm and thank you mostly for talking about the life and legacy of the giant, we just lost John Lewis and I'm reminded people will line up tomorrow morning at eight am. The line will stretch tomorrow evening until ten pm just to pay their respects Nicole Hannah Jones. It's been a great pleasure having you on. Thank you so very
Civil rights icon, John Lewis, honored at US Capitol
"We continued to follow what's been going on tonight on Capitol Hill, where the body of the late congressman and civil rights icon John Lewis, now lies in state where my Reverend Windley Phipps performing. It's well within my soul during an emotional service. During the one o'clock hour today in the rotunda of the Capitol Building honoring the civil rights legend. Lewis's coffin lies on the East steps of the Capitol that starting tomorrow morning at eight. You could walk up to the bottom of the steps to honor Lewis from that time until 10 tomorrow evening. Social distancing and mask wearing requirements are in place we'll hear from W. T. O P is Mitchell Miller on Capitol Hill in just a few minutes at a reminder? Ah, lot of amazing pictures of all that unfolded today in and near the Capitol building. You can see that. A w t o p dot com That wonderful photo gallery is right on the home
Tropical Storm Gonzalo could strengthen into a hurricane
"Tropical Storm Hanna expected to reach the Texas coast tomorrow evening, bringing heavy rain and winds. It's just one of the three storms in the news. Hurricane Douglas is headed toward Hawaii and expected to be in the area on Sunday, and Gonzalo is expected to become the first hurricane in the Atlantic this season as it nears some of the Caribbean
Boston - Severe Thunderstorms Could Bring Damaging Winds, Isolated Tornado To Boston Area
"Network Brian Thompson checks the forecast well tonight it will become rather cloudy with rain arriving late to low down to fifty two clouds and some breaks of sunshine tomorrow turning breezy with a shower thunderstorm in spots high sixty six in Boston but will be in the low to mid seventies inland will be a couple of showers and stronger thunderstorms around very late tomorrow afternoon into tomorrow evening any thunderstorms could be severe with damaging wind gusts hail and some downpours a leftover shower late tomorrow night low fifty two as it through the day on Saturday will have us some sunshine high sixty four at the coast of the lower seventies and some western suburbs cool with more clouds and sun Sunday highs in the low to mid
Texas lieutenant governor pays fine for jailed salon owner
"Top state officials including the lieutenant governor and governor speaking out against that Dallas judge that jailed that North Texas salon owner she still in jail today she's gonna miss mother's day this weekend jailed for seven days because she divided the state orders to open a personal one yeah and so she's in G. jailed lieutenant governor a little to the governor's willing to pay her fines about seven grand in fines you could jump in on that one but also the mayor says he's not going to a barber shop or salon tomorrow even though he needs to he's just not going to do it not even gonna go there no matter what precautions are in place now and he's not going to go in any business that is not requiring their people to wear a mask he also want you to snitch on businesses if you feel like they're not cleaning or if you feel like you they've got too many people or if you feel like they're not wearing their masks arrive don't open tool step one open library ****
Wisconsin still plans to hold its primary on Tuesday
"Wisconsin is still set to move forward with its selection tomorrow even as cases of coronavirus continue to spread in the state Wisconsin public radio's Laura quite as more the only thing standing in the way of the election moving forward as a possible last minute emergency order from democratic governor Tony Iverson Iverson called the Republican controlled state legislature into a special session over the weekend to take up proposals to move all voting to mail in ballots and delay counting those ballots until may the governor cited a recent surge in cases of coronavirus in Wisconsin as well as a critical statewide shortage of poll workers ahead of Tuesday's vote but GOP lawmakers refused to have any debate or votes on the plans they convened and immediately adjourned to the special session they argue delaying the election would leave hundreds of local offices across the state
Where do we go from here? My thoughts on the Future of Automation.
"What I've attempted to do over the last twenty. Four episodes is to showcase some of the main technologies that are being implemented that can automate either parts of or the entire job which a human worker can do across many different industries and sectors. So I hope to have given you the impression that automation isn't really confined to a specific part of our society but is really wide ranging. I also hope that some of the ideas presented that are connected to this mega trend of automation such as reskilling centers. Bullshit jobs universal basic income. And of course the two possible futures of creative destruction and technological unemployment have at least raise some further interest or at the very least some other questions for you so I also presented that neither future is a determined outcome individual decisions and social forces kind of course guide us towards one or the other but the current path does appear to me to be more in line with human workers being displaced by the technologies that have outlined so far granted. This isn't going to happen tomorrow Even in light of the increased amount of automation being implemented during this corona virus crisis. I don't think a significant chunk of the population across the world will be made redundant even over the next two to three years but ultimately I do think this is the pathway or on even as we will of course continue to see instances of creative destruction and worker augmentation through the new technologies. That are coming out. I do of course see the merit in the argument. That new forms of work are being continuously invented but with the adoption of advanced automated technologies to do more and more of our physical labor. And of course is starting to compete with our cognitive labor. I personally really don't see this specific future continuing forever granted. This opinion is only a snapshot of today. I am of course more than willing to change my point of view depending on the evidence as time goes on so furthermore this doesn't mean that. I hope for this outcome to happen. I am very aware of the tremendous negative economic as well as psychological impact. This will have on millions of people across the especially if it were to occur rapidly and without the proper planning and policies in place but this is also part of the reason for the existence of this podcast. Right to grow the conversation around this important topic in order to help plan for such an eventuality. I think that with the current global pandemic and of course the current repercussions. We can all see the problems that come about when nations governments and people have not properly planned for certain possible futures. But with this said I'm happy to see that more. Attention has been given to this topic over the last few years so through social media different news headlines even the increasing number of books and resources on the subject as of course all the discussions that we all continue to have there seems to be a growing sense of awareness. That automation is a very real and significant trend. That deserves our attention especially in the years to come but personally I find. The underlying impacts of automation are perhaps even more interesting than the technologies themselves so although the constant creation of new jobs with the constant changing nature of work is valuable to understand. I think that job automation has a more profound outcome. So jobs are one of the most fundamental pillars of our modern civilization and they are the way in which most human survive today so by exchanging our time for income we feed and house our families have access to transportation healthcare etc and we even spend roughly about a third of our adult lives in our jobs and many people even attribute their purpose or self worth to their job so we also use the overall increase or decrease of jobs to partly measure the entire health of a nation or even of an era so thus if jobs will be destroyed at a rate faster than they are created. This would mean a large scale. Socio economic impact would follow which can evidently be seen today with the global lockdowns destroy millions of businesses and jobs practically overnight but with high levels of job automation. This would be brought one step. Further so one of the fundamental narratives that civilization has really been following. Generations would essentially dissolve and a new narrative would need to be formed namely the disassociation from our means of survival being based on exchanging time for income. But what happens to our longstanding social structures were social value is tightly linked to the occupation. You have so. Doctors are usually seen as having more social value than say cashiers. But what happens when IBM's Watson or some other AI algorithm becomes able to diagnose the patients illness more accurately faster and more people across the entire world not to mention the paycheck. That's tied to that profession so I think the really interesting thing to consider With an automated future is the need to redesign social structures so even the implementation of a universal basic income scheme doesn't really solve this issue so if an ex doctor and an X. cashier Both receive a living wage. This doesn't automatically mean that. Social hierarchies value systems and even individual perceptions of worth naturally follow. I'm not proposing solutions here but merely raising the question as I think This is one that is really worth thinking about so the other perhaps more obvious concern that has raised with job. Automation is the displacement of workers who are simultaneously the consumers of the products and services that jobs provide so essentially unemployed workers are now unable to contribute to the needed cyclical consumption that powers the economy since they have lost their purchasing power as consumers So universal basic income schemes have typically been put forth as a form of stopgap measure when this economic issue is brought up. And we can certainly see this today in the emergency financial packages Governments across the world are putting in place in response to the economic fallout of the lockdowns imposed by the krona virus. Even though I completely see the value and of course the future need of a scheme I personally don't really see it as a perfect solution if it supports and enables the continuation of our current global economic system which is of course unfortunately based on environmentally unsustainable practices. However there might be hope that with this current corona virus crisis and in the future automation crisis. Which has the potential to be much larger. There might be some shift or transformation in the way in which are fundamental system actually works so whether actually implemented Uba schemes will act as a full solution to this problem. However we will have to