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"topsail beach" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"topsail beach" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Away. On WCBS to the weather center meteorologist Bob Larsen has five day forecast. High surf at high risk of strong rip currents continuing today. And tonight, it'll be him. But the Saturday mostly cloudy a little more than a couple of sprinkles high seventy six turning out partly cloudy tonight, it'll stay but a low of sixty six degrees, clouds and sunshine, tomorrow, slightly less humid, they answered it high against seventy six mostly sunny and warm on Sunday idear, eighty becoming mostly cloudy and more humid on Monday that could be a shower high seventy eight rain is likely than Monday night and Tuesday from Florence and some of the rain could be heavy. I did and upper seventies. We're back to sunshine on Wednesday. It'll be pleasant with lower humidity and high temperature seventy eight degrees right now, cloudy skies in the region seventy-one in Tarrytown at seventy five in port Washington. Seventy three and Woodcliff lake also cloudy here in lower Manhattan. Seventy three degrees with do point of sixty seven percent humidity at eighty one percent, one twenty that WCBS. Yes. CBS news special reports. Win water and worry is hurricane Florence continues to pound the coast of the Carolinas. CBS's David Begnaud is on radio island North Carolina's where the strongest part of the storm made landfall earlier today. People have stayed behind the side of the Dow, but if you have kids. How a first responder. Road rage. Storm chaser. Aaron Rigsby just down the shore from David Topsail beach. That's where the center of the storm came ashore hurricane from zero to crazy in no time that we you know, we were sitting maybe with thirty mile an hour gusts. And then all of a sudden we started getting weighed eighty mile an hour. Wind latest information from the National Hurricane Center has Florence moving at a very slow three miles an hour along the Carolina coast WBZ 'em meteorologist, Megan Claro says in Wilmington, North Carolina so much rain. We're talking about potentially more than two feet of rain and spots. And when you have that kind of rain in low lying areas of North Carolina and South Carolina, you're gonna sign potential for flooding. Very clearly and that flooding could go on for days, North Carolina. Governor ROY Cooper cautioning his residents. The storm is going to continue its violent grind across our state for days and be a major inland event as well. CBS news special report. I'm Bill Rakoff homeowners and the Carolinas were flooded out by the storm surge from hurricane Florence may not be covered by their insurance. Most policies have a little known clause called the anti concurrent causation clause. It says to events like wind and water damage occur close together. In only one of them is covered. The insurer doesn't have to pay for either one Florence could put that clause to the test. Because it storm surge is expected to cause more damage than its wins..

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"topsail beach" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"topsail beach" Discussed on KCBS All News

"On the traffic leader KCBS sunny and mild today with highs in the sixties to upper seventies this afternoon, it'll be mostly clear and breezy overnight. Then sunny and a few degrees cooler tomorrow warming back on Sunday into the low eighties are six day forecast. Calls for a bit of a change on Monday. Partly cloudy with temperatures remaining warm sixty s to low eighty s all the way through Wednesday fifty nine right now in San Francisco and Oakland, sixty two in San Jose, sixty four in concord, traffic and weather together on the eighth. An all news one zero six nine and amp seven forty KCBS. KCBS news time ten twenty CBS news special reports. Win water and worry is hurricane Florence continues. To pound the coast of the Carolinas. CBS is David Begnaud is on radio island North Carolina's where the strongest part of the storm made landfall earlier today people have stayed behind decided, but if you have kids. I could get them right now. I wrote it storm chaser Aaron Rigsby just down the shore from David at Topsail beach. That's where the center of the storm came ashore hurricane from zero to crazy in no time. We you know, we were sitting maybe with thirty mile an hour gusts. And then all of a sudden, we started getting blasted with eighty miles. Our win. A latest information from the National Hurricane Center has Florence moving at a very slow three miles an hour along the Carolina coast WBZ B M meteorologist, Megan glare OCC in Wilmington, North Carolina, so much rain. We're talking about potentially more than two feet of rain and spots. And when you have that kind of rain in low lying areas of North Carolina and South Carolina, you're gonna find potential for flooding. Very clearly and that flooding could go on for days, North Carolina. Governor ROY Cooper cautioning his residence. The storm is going to continue its violent grind across our state for days and be a major inland event as well. CBS news special report, I'm Bill Rakoff KCBS news time, ten twenty one. As honest watch continues. Protesters still dogging governor Brown at the climate summit that they call a dog and pony show. KCBS political reporter deck sovereign says the governor is pushing back against his critics insisting that he is no gas guzzling hypocrites..

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"topsail beach" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"topsail beach" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"A pretty nice weekend ahead sixty nine degrees in Hatton. It's seven oh. Three flori-. Now the latest from WCBS Florence's battering the Carolinas as a slow moving category. One storm. We get the latest is it. Creeps along from Craig Allen in the weather center, Craig made or or just touched the land at Topsail beach. I don't wanna say complete landfall there because it never really got inland. The is still out over the water bouncing around along the coast and actually dropping in a southwesterly direction. The I looks like a closed up a little bit. But it's headed right for Wilmington where ninety one mile per hour gusts were just recorded at a one hundred eleven mile per hour. Gust recorded at a buoy offshore about two dozen miles offshore of Wilmington, North Carolina. So again, the I is now dropping down the coastline and Myrtle Beach would be the next in line for later today. But it's only moving at about five six miles per hour. So so it'll be a constant lashing. Of waves as well as wind and bands of rain that keep running around the storm. It's not getting too far inland. It's just barely into the Raleigh. Durham marian. Barely trying to get interstate. Interesting lady five down there, but the coast is taking a beating and because of the slow movement. It will continue to do so right through the day today. Don daler on the line last hour, Craig in Myrtle Beach, and he was saying the sense. There was that they were not getting a direct hit. But I guess from what you're saying. Just wait. It just weighed exactly it's going to continue traveling southwest for a while probably down to just around the Myrtle Beach area and then start making its right hand turn to go inland. And then eventually come on up the coast, which we will talk about later this morning, but. At Myrtle Beach is definitely in line for some much. Heavier weather over the next several hours. Craig Allen watching floors this morning, seven oh.

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"topsail beach" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"topsail beach" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Has two hundred people have been rescued from rising waters in the city of new Bern. At least one hundred fifty more are waiting people are reporting that they can't get through on nine one one. So they are putting their calls for help on social media and officials are actually using social media to try to tell people what to do. They are tweeting move at stairs moved to your attic. And they wrote in capital letters. We are coming to get you CBS news special report. I'm Deborah Rodriguez on Florence now the latest from WCBS right to the weather center. Get the latest on the position of this thing this morning from Craig Allen, Greg watching this on radar now and the. Yeah. I already passed over Topsail beach and is now dropping south. So it got to the coastline at a bounced off it and is now running down the coastline aids in the vicinity will to the east of town called rights borough. It is getting very close to Wilmington as you heard jets report just now and the matter of fact, Wilmington is in the eye wall. Now next in line would be a place called Myrtle grove in Carolina beach. What I'm talking about? Here is the fact that the I refuses to go inland. It is just hanging over the water there. And so these tremendous bands and waves of rain and wind, and as a matter of fact, the community college. There was a Cape fear community college just reported a wind gusts of one hundred miles per hour. So this is going to batter the coast and the rain has made it oh good. Fo looks like almost one hundred miles now inland to and these conditions are not going to let up at all through the course of the day for the Carolina coastline. Both. South Carolina and North Carolina. All right, Craig we'll be back with you in a few minutes. WCBS news time six thirty three. The.

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"topsail beach" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"topsail beach" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Let's go to chief meteorologist Craig Allen now and the eye wall hit Topsail beach and is now refusing to go farther inland. It is actually dropping down the coastline of North Carolina. Still basically over the water. So there will be no weakening around here. It's a damp start clouds may give way to some brightening this afternoon. Seventy five to eighty tonight, mostly cloudy about seventy sixty in the suburbs. A good weekend with a mix of clouds and some sunshine enough to make it a decent weekend. Highs up around eighty degrees. And then for Monday clouds up again with a chance of showers perhaps heavier showers on Tuesday right now in the city. It's sixty nine degrees. WCBS news time six twenty. Now. The latest from CBS news. CBS news special report. I wal- hurricane Florence right now. Making landfall in southern coastal North Carolina flexing its fury crossing the coast landfall expected soon about a million people have been ordered to evacuate. But we're concerned. We don't know what would go back to the category. One storm packing. Winds of ninety miles an hour. CBS news correspondent Jim Krasula in Wilmington. It was a long night of tossing and turning for many who stayed in their homes condos and apartments with hurricane Florence pounding the region. The rain and wind grew stronger overnight at times howling and whistling tornado warnings were issued at several areas. Adding to everyone stress new Bern mayor Dana outlawed have not been that bad. But the flooding.

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"topsail beach" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"topsail beach" Discussed on WTVN

"Especially on the river. That's a really big concern area. Even though it's thirty miles inland. The perfect thatch with this system for them. A lot of inundation already in the system. Just moving on shore, rigging expect that to continue here throughout the day. Yeah. Those inlets and rivers expecting the search. But what about the barrier islands? I mean, we're hearing a lot about the coast. But it can you even get a report from what's going on. There will I've I've seen some footage on the Outer Banks, even though they're so far north plenty of water making its way on shore there, so we can expect all the barrier islands to be insignificant. Trouble. You gotta remember to even without the storm surge. Just rainfall rates one inch per hour gonna lead to flash flooding in a lot of these places. So certainly a very dangerous situation. Obviously the evacuation orders were well-needed. So the concern yesterday was that the storm was just going to kind of stay put and spin. But word is are we still expecting? That's the case. It's all it's doing that. Right now, it's been so close to land. For so long. It finally looks like the walls made its way at least a quarter of the way onto shore somewhere between Topsail beach and rights Ville beach at the moment so moving on shore. There is still some chance than it could sit there even go back over the water for time today, but hopefully, it makes its way inland as as bad as that sounds the faster get inland. The faster the coastal effects were seat in the sooner the system can weaken rapidly. Absolutely evan. I know you're busy. Thank you very much for the time this morning AccuWeather meteorologist, Evan Duffey on NewsRadio six ten w t v n not near as bad. We have our issues this morning..

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"topsail beach" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

03:56 min | 2 years ago

"topsail beach" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Tracking Florence now the latest from WCBS village of the weather center for the latest from Craig Allen on the position of the storm. They're updating hourly. Now, I think yes, they are. And they will continue to update it as we're watching it on radar, and there's no doubt. Now that the I wall not the center, but the eye wall has made landfall at Topsail beach and Wilmington North Carolina to the south of that just had a gust of eighty four miles per hour. And but yes, again, the the center of the storm will most likely cross Topsail beach is well within the half hour to an hour and conditions are going to improve greatly on one side. And then as you know, it picks up the wind picks up from the other side. It looks like she is going to start dropping a west southwesterly direction down towards the Wilmington area may get as far south as Myrtle Beach and then start a turnaround late in the weekend or early next week. But in the meantime, the coastal sections because of such slow movement will continue to get battered it looks like the surge. Is about seven to nine feet around the Topsail beach area, and and and rainfall just will continue to spread farther inland. As we go through the day today with those twenty thirty inch mounts, not overly excessive believe it or not for for this storm. We're gonna hear numbers like that from time to time. All right, Craig will be talking. Governor Cuomo easily won the democratic primary last night over Cynthia Nixon, but skipped his victory party here in Manhattan choosing. To celebrate with his family up in Albany, instead is running mate, Kathy. Hokuto won the race for Lieutenant governor and city public advocate James won. The state attorney general's race the primary at least turn out overall was pretty high many people who shut up at the polls were surprised to find their names were missing from the voting rolls. We have seen this movie before in the state of New York and Marla diamond joins us live with the story Marla. And so it wasn't exactly a surprise New York. Civil Liberties Union reports receiving several complaints from primary voters and the Twitter sphere was lighting. Up on election day in New York City, one tweet came from mayor de Blasios spokesman Eric Phillips saying he'd heard from the mayor son Dante that officials at his polling site in Brooklyn could not find his name and he had to fill out an affidavit ballot. New York magazine writer, Rebecca traced her also tweeting about the same problem at her. Brooklyn polling site told Gotham is New York is a blue state and the votes we cast don't feel consequential the primary is a day. When my vote is consequential the board of elections vowed to get things right after illegally purging two hundred thousand names of the city's roles in two thousand fourteen and twenty fifteen a spokeswoman for the board of elections as many of yesterday's issues were caused by voters who showed up to the polls, even though they were not registered. Democrats pollen, Alex. All right, Marla diamond on the confusing voting process in New York. I think it's safe to say that at this point a Hoboken bar remains closed and could lose its liquor license after sex acts were caught on video. There last weekend. CBS's Sean Adams is here. Live on that story. Sean. Yes, stern warning here to all bars in Hoboken, keep it clean. No loot. Sex acts in public or risk losing your liquor license. The mayor wants to seek permanent revocation of the hubs liquor license that Hoboken hotspot hosted a promotion party last Saturday. Video circulating on social media shows sex acts performed on a partially naked woman as she is doused with champagne the mayor calls that an affront to human decency. The police have opened a criminal investigation. The bar's owner has apologized saying they don't permit that kind of behavior. Individuals acted on their own still mayor wants to shut down the hub. Alex, Paul you go that Sean Adams on that story this morning. The latest from Craig Allen in our forecast and hurricane Florence next six. Oh, seven WCBS CBS news time. Tired of crushing.

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"topsail beach" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"topsail beach" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Throughout the region. CBS news correspondent Mola langey in Wilmington. And we've heard many reports about empty homes and businesses, but those who failed to get out now have to face the server Cain alone. CBS news. Correspondent Adriana Diaz. Found one diehard along the new river in North Carolina, captain James Ross. He owns a tour boat companies out of his other boats are out here. He's deciding to spend the night on board. One thing zoom. Do we don't run for the heels? We like to say whatever assets, you might as well say people told me, I was crazy. But like I said, this ain't my birth. Rodeo have done this before it's not as first rodeo because he wrote out hurricanes of birth. Fran and Floyd all on boats. Adriana Diaz with that report. We'll talk with Craig Allen in just a moment. But he expects the eye wall is on track to cross near Topsail beach North Carolina primary night in New York did deliver a surprise WCBS reporter, Peter Haskell system. Senate Democrats who joined hands with Republicans in Albany paid a price democratic voters have made it clear they want Democrats who act like Democrats and vote like Democrats of the senators who made up the independent democratic conference. Six of them lost Lee Mirren gov heads, the mayor's college poll, Democrats are in a very partisan mood. Donald Trump is sobered up democratic voters around the nation and New York is clearly going to be a leader with that regard. If governor Cuomo was reelected in the assemblies stays in democratic hands a democrat. Critic Senate could move governance to the left prio, the people who were getting elected or certainly even from the governor on down where people who are saying very progressive things, the independent Democrats who won or Diane Savino of Staten Island. David Carlucci of Rockland. Peter, hence, skull w CDN's NewsRadio. Eight hundred of Friday morning.

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"topsail beach" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"topsail beach" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"It is five o'clock here on your Friday morning, and we want to get to hurricane Florence right off the bat the storm that could bring the worst flooding in recent memory to the Carolinas. Yeah. That's right. The winds from hurricane Florence may have weakened, but the National Hurricane Center still describing this as a potentially catastrophic storm because of the amount of rain it will dump on north and South Carolina. Let's go out live to ABC's Emily row from Wilmington. Good morning hurricane. Florence is inching inland and water is already breaching berms and flooding streets here in Wilmington North Carolina, though sheets of rain and winds are pounding the area. Lorraine's is moving less than ten miles per hour inland, but the wind coming with it ten times as fast these wind start blowing tropical storm rate. It will be virtually impossible for the rescuers to get in to rescue you. Those tropical storm force winds now blasting and area, hundreds of miles wide, ripping off this gas station, canopy in Topsail beach, North Carolina. As first responders pulled back. The storm surge is rushing in. In new Bern people waiting through waist deep. Water trying to get to their hotels and in Wilmington, the rain coming down sideways in sheets families who chose to stay in right out now bracing for the worst large backyard and a really really bending a lot in the wind just howling away here inside the house reports of structural damage. Already racking up and shelters overflowing. And here in downtown Wilmington. The power is still on it is flickering a bed, but we know for a lot of other people. It's already out for at least a hundred and eighty thousand people in North Carolina alone now without power as the storm is just getting started Emily row. ABC news, Wilmington, North Carolina. Now back to you. All right. Thanks, emily. Emily's in Wilmington there and the eye of the storm just getting ready to make landfall just north of Wilmington. In fact, the outer wall just now starting to pound the coast there as a mix its way on shore. So this is going to continue to be a huge issue there in North Carolina, South Carolina with flooding over the course of the next few days closer to home, our satellite radar picture much. More quiet across the area. We do have a little bit of patchy fog from Muncie north towards Fort Wayne where there is a dense fog advisory in effect. But other than that most of us here in central Indiana. We are doing just fine on this Friday morning with temperatures that are currently sitting in the sixties going forward throughout the day today. It's really nice. Friday for us more of a summer like feel mostly sunny skies this morning. Eighty degrees by the new now with temperatures later on this afternoon topping off right around eighty four degrees. All.

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Hurricane Florence, making landfall, will bring ‘catastrophic’ flooding over wide area of Carolinas

WIBC Programming

01:33 min | 2 years ago

Hurricane Florence, making landfall, will bring ‘catastrophic’ flooding over wide area of Carolinas

"Morning, and we want to get to hurricane Florence right off the bat the storm that could bring the worst flooding in recent memory to the Carolinas. Yeah. That's right. The winds from hurricane Florence may have weakened, but the National Hurricane Center still describing this as a potentially catastrophic storm because of the amount of rain it will dump on north and South Carolina. Let's go out live to ABC's Emily row from Wilmington. Good morning hurricane. Florence is inching inland and water is already breaching berms and flooding streets here in Wilmington North Carolina, though sheets of rain and winds are pounding the area. Lorraine's is moving less than ten miles per hour inland, but the wind coming with it ten times as fast these wind start blowing tropical storm rate. It will be virtually impossible for the rescuers to get in to rescue you. Those tropical storm force winds now blasting and area, hundreds of miles wide, ripping off this gas station, canopy in Topsail beach, North Carolina. As first responders pulled back. The storm surge is rushing in. In new Bern people waiting through waist deep. Water trying to get to their hotels and in Wilmington, the rain coming down sideways in sheets families who chose to stay in right out now bracing for the worst large backyard and a really really bending a lot in the wind just howling away here inside the house reports of structural damage. Already racking up and shelters

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"topsail beach" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"topsail beach" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"These are the top stories on NewsRadio WBZ B M, hurricane Florence close to making landfall along the Carolina coast has already battered the area with hurricane force winds. Heavy rains in a devastating storm surge. Latest coming up from CBS striking struggle hotel, workers marched up Michigan avenue this afternoon to press demands. And some of the highest ranking Catholic leaders in the US met with pope Francis to discuss the priest sex abuse crisis now that he BB 'em. Sports cubs. Beat the nationals four two three SOX had the day off Thursday night. NFL action Cincinnati beat Baltimore thirty four twenty three three thirty one. And now this CBS news update one. Hundred fifty people have been rescued in new Bern, North Carolina, North Carolina this morning and more rescues are needed. This is rising waters. Started stranding people who decided not to heat evacuation warnings in the days leading up to now. Newborn mayor Dana outlaw have not quite been that bad. But the flooding has been everything that we were told it would be we've added up to ten and a half feet of water and to the south and Wilmington marathon storm this could go through Saturday. And then after that, potentially even more rain, which would lead to flooding. You have the storm surge that's gonna come off the coast, and that's going to cause flooding, but then you could have freshwater flooding from some of the rivers and the lakes around here. And that's what the concern is that's Courtney's about ski north of there. The winds are picking up in Topsail beach more than one hundred eighty eight thousand homes and businesses in north and South Carolina are without power right now. CBS news update. I'll Matt piper. WBZ news time three thirty to four city of Naperville employees are on the east coast. They're there to help restore power caused by hurricane of Florence's devastation, which is knocked out electricity to tens of thousands of people. Four linemen will be working with Duke Energy based out of North Carolina or as much as one to three million people may be left without power in the aftermath of hurricane floor. We had four linemen that went down a couple of days ago. And so they went down there to be stationed. You know, where they were needed Naperville director of public utilities Mark current says, the mental work sixteen hour days to help in the relief effort on, you know, the main the main feeder lines, and then others once those come up, then they can work their way down to connect houses. And that current says wins month dipped below thirty miles per hour before they can start to restore power in the area. Lisa fielding, NewsRadio on five point nine FM coupla thousand striking Chicago. A hotel workers marched of Michigan avenue yesterday to Mark the seventh day of their strike the last stop the park in front of the Drake hotel. Michelle, Gordon is a housekeeper Palmer house. She's worked there. Eighteen years g has year round health insurance. But she says she's on strike so others may get year round health insurance instead of being laid off in the slower months with no health.

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"topsail beach" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"topsail beach" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Are picking up in Topsail beach, more than one hundred eighty eight thousand homes and businesses in north and South Carolina are without power right now. CBS news update. I'm Matt piper. Rescue crews in the hurricanes owner getting some help from southern California. Some of the local swiftwater rescue teams that helped out last year during hurricanes in Texas, Florida and Puerto Rico are now headed to the Carolinas to deal with Florence and its aftermath at this point tweeting for the Cain to hit land. And see just what it does and any other possible requests that may come our way, Kim Zegarra's chief of Callow ES fire and rescue tells KNX wasn't long ago that California needed help of its own parts of the country been sending us mutual aid or last couple of years and some of our devastating fires. It's better to give resources than to have to receive them here in the state Zegarra's hopes his crews won't need to be in the disaster zone much longer than two weeks. Brian paying KNX ten seventy NewsRadio Florence expected to knock out power from some three million people in North Carolina. Some of them could be without electricity for weeks. Federal and state. Authorities got some help in predicting win the power grid is likely to fail and wear. Thanks to new ponder technol-. That looks for vulnerabilities. Dave Brannigan runs the risk and infrastructure division at Argonne National Laboratory, according to Branagan all these recent natural disasters highlight the need to update our power grid. What we're facing a nation is most of our infrastructure is decades if not centuries past its life expectancy, it's not built for the current loads and uses cases have is currently undergoing. So the reassessing the infrastructure for our future is something. We're really interested Branagan says his lab has run modeling on earthquakes in southern California. He describes our power grid as fragile president. Trump's former campaign chairman Paul Manafort is tentatively agreed to a plea deal with special counsel, Robert Muller that deal set to be announced in court today. It remains unclear whether Manafort has agreed to cooperate with prosecutors or simply conceding to a guilty plea. A plea deal. Does mean some level of cooperation, but in this instance, it doesn't have to require former US attorney Brett Tolman says the Muller team may have simply not wanted to put the time and effort into another trial with someone who's made it clear, he won't be offering anything. They're already going to get a fairly serious pound of flesh from the sentencing that's going to occur. So they probably didn't care too much. If they had to give away a couple of cows to get into plead Manafort was convicted in these first trial and Bank and tax fraud charges. Chris Edens, KNX ten seventy NewsRadio cybercafe and Santa Ana is rated by swat team members as police believe it somehow linked to a rise in crime in that area. Investigators started getting a bunch of complaints about criminals hanging out at the cybercafe, corporal, Anthony Brittania says they started monitoring the place we've.

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"topsail beach" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"topsail beach" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"I'm curious how many people are on the storm chasing team. And if push comes to shove are us. The storm tastes are. Will you make the decision? Yeah. So I I work with the media brokering agent. It's a storm view live. It's SEO media right now, I'm chasing with my partner. Derek smith. Very good friend of mine and the two of us happened working endlessly to gather and collect information and forecast and make sure that we're safe but also put ourselves right in the eye wall of hurricane Florence. Yeah. Call you prepare to die. Good question. Some people say you only live once, but I'm trying to make the most of it in the process. Yeah. What do you want people in the know typically, it's not the initial storm and the brunt that kills people. It's the water that comes after. And they're talking about ten trillion. Gallons of water alone. Just in North Carolina over the next couple of days, right? Yeah. Absolutely. That is the biggest concern we talk about the wind speeds a lot. We talk about where the wall and the initial inertia is going to be from the storm. Well, the biggest absolute impact is the amount of rainfall from the storm you're looking at of over thirty inches of rain, which is absolutely catastrophic to some areas. Most of North Carolina is low lying. So we will see a severe, flooding and dot needs to be heated more than anything. People should not be on the roads. Cobb our currently in Topsail beach, North Carolina chasing storms cow people want to follow you on Facebook or social media. How can I chase the storm with you? Yeah. Absolutely. Please do at the on Facebook if Kyle Bauer imagery, you can find me on YouTube and find some of my past events as well Kyle power imagery on YouTube as well. Stay safe. Thanks for stopping by. Kiro radio Seattle. We appreciate you. Okay. No. Thank you so much for having me and have a good afternoon. Thurgau Cobb our right there hurricane Florence surprised by the Chevy Impala. I really am.

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"topsail beach" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"topsail beach" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"News time, one forty two hurricane Florence is at the doorstep of north and South Carolina, and she's not going away anytime soon outer bands from the hurricane or now lashing land at least a full day before the National Hurricane Center. Expects the slow moving. I to blow a shore around the North Carolina, South Carolina line Florence will likely drench the coastline for days and FEMA administrator Brock long, Warren's that could be deadly casters are basically indicating feet of rain not inches in portions of the Carolinas. And and so this is a very dangerous storm inland. Flooding kills a lot of people, unfortunately. And that's what we're about to see flooding is already being reported. From storm surge in north Topsail beach where there is a mandatory evacuation order in place. Officials say people refusing to evacuate could truly end up alone in the dark as rescue crews won't be able to help in the high winds oak island resident George therm could find himself in that. Situation. You hope for the best is what you do and you get in survival mode for those who are heating the warnings FEMA is already receiving evacuees. Correspondent Jim Ryan is in Wilmington. Dozens of evacuation shelters have been established for coastal residents who are being bused inland climbing onto one of those buses. Samantha Hayes says hoping is not as bad. What I understand. Storm besides the flooding and storm surge expected from Florence you can add twisters to the potential threat the tornado watches gone into effect in the area. Just north of the storm's anticipated landfall, stay with ten ten wins and ten ten wins dot com for updates from our Al.

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"topsail beach" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"topsail beach" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"You know, this kind of storm surge and that's going to be happening in the late afternoon hours. We're going to be looking at afternoon hours before that there's going to be the risk with these bands. That are going to be coming on shore sometime after six seven o'clock in the morning. The thunderstorms have the potential of developing tornadoes, and for that reason in the. Weather discussion the the private chat room that members of the media national weather service and the severe storm center in Norman, which is the only place that issues watches out of they don't issue warnings. That's left up to the local weather service office to be monitoring their local radar and determine when there's an individual storm. The storm prediction center predicts large areas series groups of counties that have the potential of having tornadoes in those thunderstorms. And so while Raleigh is not going to be in that watch likely and Wilmington will probably not likely be in that watch initially. For sure. We're we're going to be looking at everything from Greenville and state highway to forty to sixty four south. And over toward the Pimlico river, and and and down toward Jacksonville and Topsail beach where these bands are going to be coming on shore and the reconnaissance plane data just came in as well as we were speaking, and we can now see most or at least a big portion of the eye on radar out of the out of the morehead city radar. We also are able to see it out of the radar coming out of Wilmington. Also, we have satellite information that allows us to to to be kind of like microwave seagull down into it and be able to get an idea, and and then just a few hours an hour before that reconnaissance planes were flying through and within the next hour. They'll be another reconnaissance plane flying through..

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"topsail beach" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

05:26 min | 2 years ago

"topsail beach" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"It's going to be nine hundred and fifty six mil bars. So it hasn't changed pressure. But it has slowed down in its forward. Speed by two miles an hour. It's still moving off to the northwest. And it's two hundred and five miles east southeast of Wilmington, North Carolina. Now, it's probably going to approach the coastline a little bit above Wilmington, North Carolina and in its current direction so anywhere from morehead city down to Wilmington, so tops. Sale beach surf city, north Topsail beach Snead's ferry and the inlet that goes back in over to Jacksonville so forth. These are all areas that are going to experience some very very strong winds storm surge which could be up to six feet or more. And and then there will be a kind of a storm surge rise as you go up the waterway back up toward Jacksonville and Half Moon that would be up state highway two fifty eight and and also state highway twenty four coming out of emerald isle which is just a little bit to the east of morehead city. And so we're looking at some very strong storm surge in some areas, we could be easily passed that nine foot Mark there could be isolated areas. Where the storm surge in the water lives up to thirteen feet. That's why they've been asking people along the coast to evacuate. I mean. Huge. Yes. Yeah. Nine feet is is your first floor and an extra foot just for fun. So, yeah, we're we're talking about areas that are significantly low, and and near near water level or seawater level. Now, if you go back up into the into the some of the waterways back up there just to the north toward Newburn. They're gonna have easily nine foot water rises in the up toward Newburn, and that would be up seventy coming out of morehead city, and so these areas along by the national forests that runs along seventy and then heads up toward Vance burrow, which happens to be on a little spur that comes off seventeen. Those areas there's a waterway up there. And I believe I'm pronouncing it correctly. It's Nueces river that heads up into that area. They're going to be looking at at nine feet up to nine feet of water rise again, you know, that takes over your average street sign, and and so I I can't imagine it's unfathomable. And this is the same thing that that when Katrina hit New Orleans, the folks in certain neighborhoods, we're not anticipating that because they hadn't seen it before. So since they had no idea, then they they they didn't evacuate and there were other issues for folks in New Orleans, some of them just physically couldn't get out of their neighborhoods to evacuate. But you know, this kind of storm surge and that's going to be happening in the late afternoon hours going to be looking at afternoon hours before that. There's going to be the risk with these bands. That are going to be coming on shore sometime after six seven o'clock in the morning. The thunderstorms have the potential of developing tornadoes, and for that reason in the weather discussion, the the private chat room that members of the media national weather service and the severe storm center in Norman, which is the only place that issues watches out of and they don't issue warnings. That's left up to the local weather service office to be monitoring their local radar and determine when there's an individual storm. The storm prediction center predicts large areas series groups of counties that have the potential of having tornadoes in those thunderstorms. And so while Raleigh is not going to be in that watch likely and Wilmington will probably not likely be in that watch initially. For sure. We're we're going to be looking at everything from Greenville and state highway to forty to sixty four south. And over toward the Pimlico river, and and and down towards Jacksonville, and Topsail beach, and where these bands are going to be coming on shore and the reconnaissance plane data just came in as well as we were speaking, and we can now see most or at least a big portion of the eye on radar out of the out of the morehead city radar. We also are able to see it out of the radar coming out of Wilmington. Also, we have satellite information that allows us to to to be kind of like microwave seagull down into it and be able to get an idea and then just a few hours or an hour before that reconnaissance planes were flying through and within the next hour. They'll be another reconnaissance plane flying through.

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"topsail beach" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

03:18 min | 2 years ago

"topsail beach" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"It's going to be nine hundred fifty six mil bars. So it hasn't changed pressure. But it has slowed down in its forward. Speed by two miles an hour. It's still moving off to the north west. And it's two hundred. And five miles east southeast of Wilmington, North Carolina. Now, it's probably going to approach the coastline a little bit above Wilmington North Carolina and in its current direction so anywhere from morehead city down to Wilmington, so Topsail beach surf city north Topsail beach Snead's ferry and the inlet that goes back in over to Jacksonville so forth. These are all areas that are going to experience some very very strong winds storm surge which could be up to six feet or more. And and then there will be a kind of a storm surge rise as you go up the waterway back up toward Jacksonville and Half Moon that would be up a state highway two fifty eight and and also state highway twenty four coming out of emerald isle which is just a little bit to the east of. Morehead city. And so we're looking at, you know, some very strong storm surge in some areas, we could be easily passed that nine foot Mark there could be isolated areas. Where the storm surge in the water lifts up to thirteen feet. That's why they've been asking people along the coast to evacuate. I mean. Is huge. Yes. Yeah. Nine nine feet is is your first floor and an extra foot just for fun. So, yeah, we're we're talking about areas that are significantly low, and and near near water level or seawater level. Now, if you go back up into the into the some of the water wake up there just to the north toward Newburn. They're gonna have easily nine foot water rises in the up toward new Bern, and that would be up seventy coming out of morehead city, and so these areas along by the national forests that runs along seventy and then heads up toward Vance burrow, which happens to be on little spur that comes off seventeen those areas. There's a waterway up there. And I believe I'm pronouncing it correctly. It's Nueces river that heads up into that area. They're going to be looking at at nine feet up. To nine feet of water rise again, you know, they'd takes over your average street sign, and and so again, imagine if it's unfathomable, and this is the same thing that that when Katrina hit New Orleans, the folks in certain neighborhoods were not intimidating that because they hadn't seen it before. So since they had no idea, then they they didn't evacuate and there were other issues for folks in New Orleans, some of them just physically couldn't get out of their neighborhoods to evacuate. But.

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"topsail beach" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"topsail beach" Discussed on AP News

"Radio news. I'm Ed Donahue hurricane. Florence is getting closer to the US closer to the coast and closer to Howard komo's home just pray Gomer is in Topsail beach, North Carolina. It's going to be a little bit worse. We've ever had. But we'll be all right. Stay here. Come more hours. And I'm hitting on anyone Comber doesn't know what to expect when he returns after Florence leaves only win in the wash over what's going to get these passes over here. Will be gone. Florence is weakened slightly to a category three hurricane, but it is still considered very strong femurs. Jeff Byers says they are prepared. We have plenty of resources to respond. We have plenty of resources to recover. Florence's path has moved a little to the south the governor of Georgia has declared a state of emergency. Florence is expected to move or shore Saturday morning along the North Carolina, South Carolina line. President Trump is not an executive order authorizing sanctions against foreigners who medal in US elections. National intelligence director, Dan Coats, says this is not country specific I just Russia, but from China from capabilities, potentially from Iran and even North Korea with the midterm elections. Now, two months away coats says the US is not currently seeing the intensity of Russian intervention that was experienced in two thousand sixteen CBS's sixty minutes executive producer, Jeff Fager says he's leaving the company after being named in recent stories that accused him of fostering and. Abusive workplace. The move comes only three days after CBS chairman, Leslie moon vez was ousted following sexual misconduct allegations customs and border protection says a surge in families coming to the US illegally contributed to an increase of illegal crossings from Mexico in August last month, following two months of declines the figure was one of the highest on record families accounted for about one third of all the people stopped at the border with Mexico. This is AP radio news. Drake in Cardi B each at eight nominations to lead the American music awards. God's plan. Drink is up for artist of the year at the American music awards against imagine dragons post Malone, and Sharon and Taylor swift Cardi B is up for best new artist. Among with Camila Cabello Khalid, do a liba an XXX Tonton who died in June country nominees include Luke, Bryan Marianne Morris, Carrie Underwood, and Florida Georgia line the AMA's traditionally held on the Sunday before thanksgiving. But this year they've been moved up to October ninth. I'm Archie zaraleta? Finalists have been named for the class of twenty eighteen at the toys hall of fame in upstate New York. Tickle me. Elmo is on the list. So is American Girl. Dolls shoots and.

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