22 Burst results for "Tornado alley"

"tornado alley" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:15 min | 2 months ago

"tornado alley" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Beaumont but right here? Yeah, absolute. I don't want to. I don't want to live in a place where I'm always wanting what is the next natural disaster around the corner? You live in one of those, But what? That really been a flash flooded area. You live in a wild, fire prone area. I mean, come on, you live in Tornado Alley Possibility is there I mean, if you're living near these forests and where it's just right there, I'm sorry. I just don't want. I don't want to live in that kind of situation show living in California period. It's just It's a beautiful stated to me. It's just one of the most beautiful states in the country, if not maybe the most beautiful state, But Dang man, there is a tradeoff there for sure. Well, there's no doubt I mean, there's Issue. Then at least it's expected feel the same way about people that live on the coast. Well, he Yeah, I wouldn't want to own a place on the coast. I would. I would not want to own place because in fact, my brother and his wife own a place down there that they have not had access to for almost three years now because they're still waiting for the reconstruction to be done since the hurricane. And it was tied up in lawsuits and things like that insurance issues and all the stuff they haven't had they they pay a mortgage on this place, but they haven't had access for three years. That's not good. So that kind of deal Anyway. Yeah, I got you. I'm going to be okay. You're gonna be all right. I'm gonna be your man because you can't go to your brother. Your brother's place there on the beach. That's that's basically I can't freeload but squeeze in Sean in North Austin. On the top of Dodge. Sean. Good morning screen just went blank. I hope hope I'm getting the right land line here, Shawn. Yeah. Hey, Shawn. Hey, Hey, I wanted to tell people not to sit around a way for a vaccine and take vitamin. I don't know why the mainstream media and not talking about vitamin but they are extremely effective. Vitamin C vitamin D three and three and you're going to be pretty good is that is all three of those things, son. Shot. All three of those things included in my daily multivitamin. Is that enough? Yes, you won today. I wouldn't take extra vitamin D because we're starting to get to the cold weather. Now you're not going to get much not.

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"tornado alley" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:52 min | 3 months ago

"tornado alley" Discussed on KTRH

"I'm sure Mom's will rejoice, however, because chicken nuggets is far and away the number one Food of virtually everybody under the age of 15. That's about it. Chicken nuggets and macaroni and cheese and I hope you have a lot of that stocked up right now. At least in the freezer. There might be more than a few Freezer parties. Can we have a freezer party? Sharon during covert 19. Could we just go ahead and, you know, haul out the grill's when the power goes out tomorrow and start cooking up everything in the freezer? You say it was such certainty that the power's going to go out Well, when a category four hurricane is coming on, and you're dealing with a windstorm, I know where I am in northern Harris County up near Well, you're also there in Tornado Alley. So spinoff tornadoes That's really Here. We've got a lot of trees and I'm assuming some of those trees are coming down. And when the power lines come down, it takes a little while to get the power back. So you know, you know that there are already have their work. Voice force. Oh, absolute Cruz station. Oh, yeah, no doubt about it. They're really good at that, and they'll they'll do it as quickly as they can. But if we have massive power outages it it's just we just have something people is going to take awhile. You know, they give you and you know how it works for the electrical crews. And then this is way should work. They they go for the most bang for the buck. You know, they want to turn on his many people as they can. So they tried. They go for the bigger circuits first. And if you're somebody happens to be out in a rural area, and you're one of only a couple of houses you're going to be amongst the last. Probably. To get your power back. Let's just how that works so anyway. Cook it if he got it, 6, 10 time for traffic and weather together. Let's get you caught up on that drive Once again, Here's Julie Hardy. 1 59 coming in from Cleveland from 105 to fostering a road. We do have some road work there, and it's.

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Can the Midwest expect more derechos?

Climate Cast

03:47 min | 3 months ago

Can the Midwest expect more derechos?

"That durant show that tour across Iowa and Illinois August tenth flattened as much as fourteen million acres of cropland seventy to one hundred plus mile an hour winds blew down trees and power lines more than half a million islands lost power some for more than a week. The word the ratio means straight ahead in. Spanish these massive straight line wind events travel more than two hundred and fifty miles and produce wind gusts over. Seventy five miles an hour. Why is the Upper Midwest climatological hotspot for these massive windstorms that howl for hundreds of Miles Victor Seaney is a professor with Northern Illinois University specializing in severe storms. Hi Victor Welcome to climate cast. Thanks for having me on. Paul what stands out to you about that August tenth Rachel probably the number of wind reports that we had over seventy five miles per hour usually when these jobs occurred you. Can get widespread fifty to sixty mile per hour winds. But as we saw in several cities in Eastern, Iowa in Northern Illinois and even into the Chicago land area, this particular day Joe was producing winds in excess along its path of seventy five miles per hour. Obviously, the wind speed gets higher. So does the damage we all know about Tornado Alley and there's also a higher donate show frequency there but the radio frequency is Also high here in the Upper Midwest and the southern Great Lakes right it is an actually if you had to pick one city on the map that experiences more durations than anywhere else in the United States, it would be sort of Rockford Illinois Northern Illinois here is really ground zero for the shows and it really goes back to the ingredients that you need in order to get these types of long live windstorms we've. Had some historic data shows in the Upper Midwest? The Boundary Waters Blow Down Fourth of July nineteen ninety nine is something people here in Minnesota remember what is it about the summertime atmosphere over the Upper Midwest? That's conducive to durant chose well, for those of us who live up here in the summer we know it's the heat and humidity, and of course, you have heat and humidity present on many days in the summertime. But what really differentiates from a direct show, Dave versus a normal thunderstorm day are these bigger disturbances that moved through the atmosphere and a lot of vertical wind shear strong jetstream overhead that all comes together to create a very favorable atmosphere for these rages. The bulk of evidence seems to suggest that climate change doesn't show strong links to the intensity of d'auray chose why is that? It's not that it doesn't show strong relationships is. That it's sort of unknown in that we have a lot of errors right now with our experiments in the models that we have that can project into the future the potential changes. Our best guess right now is that the amount of days that we're going to have in the future that having this extreme heat and humidity will increase, but it's sort of unclear if that's GONNA translate to more of these types of Drake Joe. Windstorms is there any evidence that Rachel climatology could shift northward as the climate warms there are certainly studies out there that show northward shift in what we call the mid latitude jetstream and these types of phenomenon in theory should shift with that northward shifting jet. Again, these are attribution type of studies that will need to be retested in the future and continue to be tested with new data before I think we can say anything. More robust about what we're going to expect with these types of storms. I don't think there's a rating system for Rachel's how would you rate that one that crossed Iowa into Illinois on August tenth this particular Drake Shift you had to ask me is probably one intend to one in fifteen year event across the Midwest Professor Victor Jen, Seaney with Northern Illinois University. Thanks so much for being on climate cast today. Thanks for having me.

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"tornado alley" Discussed on Weather Geeks

Weather Geeks

02:35 min | 1 year ago

"tornado alley" Discussed on Weather Geeks

"Oklahoma right here in the heart of tornado alley. One of the exercises, I will do with with students, and if they're coming on tours of our national weather center, facility or something like that. Even if there is long as they're driving age. Right. The question I will typically ask is if a law enforcement. Officer gives you a warning that a good thing or a bad thing. And they're like will shoot. That's a good thing because I didn't get a ticket. And so then you can sort of go from there and say, okay, so what's the difference between a watching a warning in usually, those same folks will say, well, if there's a warning than something could happen. But if it's a watch watch out and it's like, okay that's backwards or Hainan. So it sort of calls into question, some of the verbiage that we use on Alex tin this to even the PD s that we talked about earlier, right? Particularly dangerous situation. I mean I was always taught that if you were in a tornado watch that, that's a particularly dangerous situation. A possibility of having tornadoes and any tornado is particularly dangerous. And so I don't know why we feel the need sort of the I realize they're looking for some enhanced language to, to go forward. But sometimes we get this notion, even hero, will it's. Just a tornado, which appear watch. So now we have to do something different. And, and I have to be on the education side of that, same note, we are gonna handle this tornado watch the same way, regardless of what is labeled on it, because any tornado to our campus is, is going to be dangerous situation and so trying to work through some of the technology that we have created. I think sometimes we've made it more difficult on ourselves in trying to enhance sort of the awareness. Sometimes, I think we've, we've kind of been our own worst enemy kind of like saying, it's just a Copperhead is not a black mama when you get bit near. They're, they're both pretty dangerous. Yes. Exactly. We'll enter small rattlesnake instead of a big one. Exactly. I appreciate that. You said that because I have noticed that challenge as well, sort of the, the grease of danger, there, when frankly, alternate O's are dangerous even little waterspouts can be particularly dangerous as well. If you get too close to them, I wanna use this, last five minutes or so that just pick your brain. I just think you're valued member of the weather enterprise, and someone that just has a lot of thoughts on things. So as in this last five minutes, what, what are, what are some of the things that just.

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"tornado alley" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"tornado alley" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"Very cautious about watching what was happening with the weather and some funnel clouds that were forming and the scares that were frankly out there. I was out for the day with my nephew and aunt, who were visiting. And we were in a place called fossil rim, which is an amazing. Place for animals that would just blow your mind with they do at, at fossil rim. And we'll talk a little bit about that later in the show because interesting. It's a it's one of those bucket list, things I think if you come through the great state of Texas, but regardless, somehow we dodged that a little bit of rain. But none of the tornado activity, we missed all of that, but not the people around us. So the answer depression is I live in one of those places now not in Oklahoma where I think it's much worse, not in parts of Kansas, where I think it can be much worse. But certainly in an area that can have a tendency to get it. And it is it is incredibly it is incredibly scary. You know, there's, there's no way around it. And here's the thing, the weather, the kind of extreme weather that we have, whether it's, you know, you look at tornado alley as you call it or the wildfires in California. Where are you living that you can say, you know what, this is the city historically? This is a safe area when it comes to weather. Canes. Are you dealing with landslides? Are you dealing with a plethora of other.

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"tornado alley" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

08:38 min | 1 year ago

"tornado alley" Discussed on KTOK

"Kind of a suburb of tornado alley. When we have tornado warnings that happen when they happen, it least for me, it's still freaks me out in the family means get into the center of the house, Bill. Okay. All right. The center of the house where there's no glass. Okay, sure that's going to. I don't know if you know this, it's up above the house. It could set down in the middle of the house, and suck us up into it. And they are so random if you've ever seen the effects of a tornado, something on one side of the street can be absolutely fine. Anna corner of the house across the street is completely gone. They jump. They jump fast and the destructive power is unlike anything I've ever seen. A massive tornado tore through Dayton. Ohio is largest cities, last night, levels homed leveled homes entire apartment. Complexes knocked out power knocked out water tens of thousands of people about one hundred forty thousand. People in this area. Trying to figure out their lives as this tornado massive tornado, just hopscotched across Ohio. Last week. It was bad, Indiana, Missouri. Illinois Ohio now destruction all across the country. Oklahoma. And it's been a busy week for mercury one. And to tell us what we can do is Suzanne grishman's. She is here. She is the, the executive director of archery one. Welcome to the program Suzanne. How are you? I'm good morning, Glenn. So I know you guys were out last week for the storms in Oklahoma. What what do we have going on? And what do people need? So it's been a busy week for our partners on the ground people need food. They need water. There are mucking out homes right now, a lot of the areas have been flooded, very badly in the midwest. But the trail, the devastation of destruction is really what's the worst right now on the ground, we have team, Rubicon, working real hard. A lot of our veterans that volunteer their time through team Rubicon. They're deployed all over the midwest right now and they're responding for people who don't know team, Rubicon is this is the greatest. I charity it is they're all veterans and these veterans, you know, they come home, and they feel like they're not making a difference, and they wanna make a difference and team Rubicon is usually the first on the ground and they're the last to leave. There's a lot of people still on the ground with team Rubicon with hurricane Harvey still base homes and amazing. And so they come in, and they first thing they do is muck out homes, if you've never had to do that. It's an awful experience to do it for somebody else's house. I can't even imagine doing it for your own house, but team Rubicon is great operation blessing is they're, they're really food and disaster relief kind of they are disaster-relief. They actually are volunteer organization as well. So they go in with people, and they work through some of the local churches there. And they try to lift people up in a time of crisis, and you can imagine a lot of trauma minute, man disaster, relief and city impact, what mercury one does is. We give one hundred percent of whatever we collect to these charities. We vetted, these charities, we've worked with these charities. We know that this is actually, your money is going to the right place, nothing against the Red Cross. But, you know, you you're funding, sometimes their phone system when you give to the Red Cross this, we know one hundred percent goes to these impact. And you can you can go to natural disasters if you wanna just fund natural disasters. We know that money will go right directly to the people and not to some big institution. And so we really need your help you can go to mercury one dot org. Donate torque humanitarian relief fund. Did you see also Suzanne? There was a story that came out today that says here, it is genocide of Christians reaches an alarming stage, Christian persecution is now quote at near genocide levels this, according to a report in the BBC a lengthy interim study ordered by the British former secretary, blah, blah blah says one in three people around the world suffer from religious persecution with Christians being the most persecuted religious group. That's crazy. It is. Unfortunately, the truth, it is happening all around the world. They're saying that nobody is talking about it, and they're not talking about it for politically correct reasons. And so, the wrong reasons do stand a stand. That's exactly right. And I know we're doing. Of a lot around the world on Christian persecution. You can get involved on that at mercury one dot org and one last thing, we do these pop up museums, and the, the collection at mercury one has grown is quite an amazing collection already in. It's about to get even bigger as we move forward. But we're also partnering with other museums, the African American museum in Dallas, the ABRAHAM LINCOLN presidential library, and museum, the frontiers of flight museum. The Dallas, historical society, the old red museum, blah, blah, blah. And we are we've, we've partnered with them to put together something called twelve score and three years ago based on Abraham Lincoln's Gettysburg address four score, and seven years ago, it's now been twelve score in three years ago that our founders got together and said, hey, we have an idea for a country and Lincoln had a goal. And Lincoln's goal was can we actually do? All men are created equal can we free slaves? It's been fascinating journey and many people will focus on the really bad things about slavery, or they will take it out of context. It's important that context is, is put in around slavery. So you really truly understand what was going on and how it affects us today. But also, those who did something with their freedom, those who said, I'm not going to sit around, I'm free. Now what am I going to do with it? We look at the Gettysburg address will be here. The emancipation proclamation coming. Amazing stuff that you will be able to see twelve score in three years ago. The unfinished promise promise of unity. And when that happened. So it's going to happen on the twenty ninth and thirtieth of June, and then we'll be also here the fourth for the seven. So come spend your fourth of July weekend with us, they can go on a tour with you, too. I know David Barton is going to be giving tours. I'm going to be giving tours. Stu will give his usual crappy tour where he really doesn't anything saying, if you if you don't want your kids to learn anything you just wanna have fun on the store. That's what I do. But anyway, grab your tickets now. You can get them at mercury one dot org. And, and just look for twelve score in three years ago and come see us as we open up the studios again this year for a really fantastic look at American history and the promise of unity, that has not been fulfilled yet and what we have done in the past and what we need to do in the future going forward. Thank you so much appreciate it. Welcome. All of this can be found at mercury one dot org. By the way, if you don't have any money that you can donate. That's okay. We will take your prayers the prayers for all those who are affected and all those who are going out trying to heal those communities. We could really use your prayers are patriot. Mobile is our sponsor this half hour. Patriot. I'm sorry. It's what simply safe. Okay. Simplisafe.

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"tornado alley" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

07:50 min | 1 year ago

"tornado alley" Discussed on WTVN

"In. Kind of a suburb of tornado alley. When we have tornado warnings that happen. And when they happen, it least for me, it's still freaks me out in the family means get into the center of the house. We'll okay, all right. The center of the house where there's no glass. Oh, okay. Sure that's going to. I don't know if you know this, it's up above the house. It could set down in the middle of the house, and suck us up into it. And they are so random if you've ever seen the effects of a tornado, something on one side of the street can be absolutely fine. And a corner of the house across the street is completely gone. They jump. They jump fast and the destructive power is unlike anything I've ever seen. A massive tornado tore through Dayton. One of Ohio's largest cities, last night, levels homed leveled homes entire apartment. Complexes knocked out power knocked out water tens of thousands of people about one hundred forty thousand. People in this area. Trying now to figure out their lives. As this tornado massive tornado, just hopscotched across Ohio. Last week. It was bad, Indiana, Missouri. Illinois Ohio now destruction all across the country. Oklahoma and it's been a busy week for mercury one. And to tell us what we can do is Suzanne grishman's. She is here. She is the. The executive director of archery one. Welcome to the program, Suzanne, how are you? Good morning clan. So I know you guys were out last week for the storms and Oklahoma. What what do we have going on? And what do people need? So it's been a busy week for our partners on the ground people need food. They need water. There are mucking out homes right now, a lot of areas have been flooded, very badly in the midwest. But the trail, the devastation of destruction is really what's the worst right now on the ground, we have team, Rubicon, working real hard. A lot of our veterans that volunteer their time through team Rubicon. They're deployed all over the midwest right now and they're responding for people who don't know team, Rubicon is this is the greatest charity. It is they're all veterans and these veterans, you know, they come home, and they feel like they're not making a difference, and they want to make a difference and team Rubicon is usually the first on the ground. And they're the last to leave. There's a lot of people still on the ground with team. We become with hurricane Harvey stale visit basins and amazing. And so they come in and the first thing they do is the muck out homes, if you've never had to do that. It's an awful experience to do it for somebody else's house. I can't even imagine doing it for your own house, but team Rubicon is great operation blessing is they're, they're really food and disaster relief kind of they are disaster-relief. They actually are volunteer organization as well. So they go in with people, and they work through some of the local churches there. And they try to lift people up in a time of crisis, and you can imagine a lot of trauma minute, man disaster, relief and city impact, what mercury one does is we give one hundred percent of whatever we collect to these charities. We vetted, these charities, we've worked with these charities. We know that this is actually your money is going. To the right place, nothing against the Red Cross, but you you're funding. Sometimes their phone system when you give to the Red Cross this, we know one hundred percent goes to these impact, and you can you can go to natural disasters, if you wanna just fund natural disasters. We know that money will go right directly to the people and not to some big institution. And so we really need your help, you can go to mercury one dot org, donate toward humanitarian relief fund. Did you see also Suzanne? There was a story that came out today that says here, it is genocide of Christians reaches an alarming stage, Christian persecution is now quote at near genocide levels this, according to a report in the BBC a lengthy interim study ordered by the British former secretary, blah blah blah says one in three people around the world suffer. For from religious persecution with Christians being the most persecuted religious group. That's crazy. It is. Unfortunately, the truth, it is happening all around the world. They're saying that nobody is talking about it, and they're not talking about it for politically, correct reasons and so wrong reasons to stand exactly a stand. That's exactly right. And I know we're doing a lot around the world on Christian persecution. You can get involved on that at mercury one dot org and one last thing, we do these pop up museums, and the, the collection at mercury one has grown is quite an amazing collection already in. It's about to get even bigger as we move forward. But we're also partnering with other museums, the African American museum in Dallas, the ABRAHAM LINCOLN presidential library, and museum, the frontiers of flight museum. The Dallas historical. Sci-fi the old red museum, blah, blah, blah. And we are we've, we've partnered with them to put together something called twelve score and three years ago based on Abraham Lincoln's Gettysburg address four score, and seven years ago, it's now been twelve score in three years ago that our founders got together and said, hey, we have an idea for a country and Lincoln had a goal and Lincoln's goal was can we actually do? All men are created equal can we free slaves? It's been fascinating journey and many people will focus on the really bad things about slavery, or they will take it out of context. It's important that context is, is put in around slavery. So you really truly understand what was going on and how it affects us today. But also, those who did something with their freedom, those who said, I'm not going to. To sit around I'm free. Now what am I going to do with it? We look at the Gettysburg address will be here. The emancipation proclamation coming, I said, this amazing stuff that you will be able to see twelve score in three years ago, the unfinished promise promise of unity, and when that happened, so it's going to happen on the twenty ninth and thirtieth of June. And then we'll be also here the fourth for the seventh. So come spend your fourth of July weekend with us, they can go on a tour with you to Glen. I know David Barton is going to be giving tours. I'm going to be giving tours. Stu will give his usual crappy tour where he really doesn't have anything saying, if you, you don't want your kids to learn anything you just want to have fun. We own Astur. That's what I do. But anyway, grab your tickets now. You can get them at mercury one dot org. And, and just look for twelve scored in three years ago and come see us as we open up the.

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"tornado alley" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

08:38 min | 1 year ago

"tornado alley" Discussed on WRVA

"Kind of a suburb of tornado alley. When we have tornado warnings that happen when they happen, it least for me, it's still freaks me out in the family means get into the center of the house. Okay. All right. The center of the house where there's no glass. Okay, sure that's going to, I don't know if you know this, it's up above the house. It could set down in the middle of the house, and suck us up into it. And they are so random if you've ever seen the effects of tornado, something on one side of the street can be absolutely fine. And a corner of the house across the street is completely gone. They jump. They jump fast and the destructive power is unlike anything I've ever seen. A massive tornado tore through Dayton. One of Ohio's largest cities, last night, levels homed leveled homes entire apartment. Complexes knocked out power knocked out water tens of thousands of people about one hundred forty thousand. People in this area. Trying now to figure out their lives. As this tornado massive tornado, just hopscotched across Ohio. Last week. It was bad, Indiana, Missouri. Illinois Ohio now destruction all across the country. Oklahoma and it's been a busy week for mercury one. And to tell us what we can do is Suzanne grishman's. She is here. She is the. The executive director of archery one. Welcome to the program Suzanne. How are you? Good morning. So I know you guys were out last week for the storms in Oklahoma. What what do we have going on? And what people need. So it's been a busy week for our partners on the ground people need food. They need water. There are mucking out homes right now, a lot of the areas have been flooded, very badly in the midwest. But the trail, the devastation of destruction is really what's the worst right now on the ground, we have team, Rubicon, working real hard. A lot of our veterans that volunteer their time through team Rubicon. They're deployed all over the midwest right now and they're responding for people who don't know team, Rubicon is this is the greatest charity. It is they're all veterans and these veterans, you know, they come home, and they feel like they're not making a difference, and they wanna make a difference and team Rubicon is usually the first on the ground and they're the last to leave. There's a lot of people still on the ground with team. Con with hurricane Harvey still. Visit basins and amazing. And so they come in and the first thing they do is muck out homes, if you've never had to do that. It's an awful experience to do it for somebody else's house. I can't even imagine doing it for your own house, but team Rubicon is great operation blessing is they're, they're really food and disaster relief kind of they are disaster-relief. They actually are volunteer organization as well. So they go in with people, and they work these some of the local churches there. And they try to lift people up in a time of crisis, and you can imagine a lot of trauma minute, man disaster, relief and city impact, what mercury one does is we give one hundred percent of whatever we collect to these charities. We vetted, these charities, we've worked with these charities. We know that this is actually, your money is going to the right place, nothing against the Red Cross. But you you're funding sometime. Their phone system. When you give to the Red Cross this, we know one hundred percent goes to these impact, and you can you can go to natural disasters, if you wanna just fund natural disasters. We know that money will go right directly to the people and not to some big institution. And so we really need your help you can go to mercuryone dot org. Donate torque humanitarian relief fund. Did you see also Suzanne? There was a story that came out today that says here, it is genocide of Christians reaches an alarming stage, Christian persecution is now quote at near genocide levels this, according to a report in the BBC a lengthy interim study ordered by the British former secretary, blah, blah blah says one in three people around the world suffer from religious persecution with Christians being the most persecuted religious group. That's crazy. It is. Unfortunately, the truth, it is happening all around the world. They're saying that nobody is talking about it, and they're not talking about it for politically correct reasons. And so the wrong reasons to stand as a stand. That's exactly right. And I know we're doing a lot around the world on Christian persecution. You can get involved on that at mercuryone dot org. And one last thing we do these pop up museums, and the, the collection at mercury one has grown is quite an amazing collection already in. It's about to get even bigger as we move forward. But we're also partnering with other museums, the African American museum in Dallas, the ABRAHAM LINCOLN presidential library, and museum, the frontiers of flight museum. The Dallas, historical society, the old red museum, blah, blah, blah. And we are we've, we've pardon. Shared with them to put together something called twelve score and three years ago based on Abraham Lincoln's Gettysburg address four score, and seven years ago, it's now been twelve score in three years ago that our founders got together and said, hey, we have an idea for a country and Lincoln had a goal and Lincoln's goal was can we actually do? All men are created equal can we free slaves? It's been fascinating journey and many people will focus on the really bad things about slavery, or they will take it out of context. It's important that context is, is put in around slavery. So you really truly understand what was going on and how it affects us today. But also, those who did something with their freedom, those who said, I'm not going to sit around, I'm free. Now what am I going to do with it? We look at the Gettysburg address will be here. The emancipation proclamation coming. That's amazing stuff that you will be able to see twelve score in three years ago. The unfinished prominent promise of unity. And when that happened. So it's going to happen on the twenty ninth and thirtieth of June, and then we'll be also here, the fourth the seventh, so come spend your fourth of July weekend with us, they can go on a tour with you to David Barton is going to be giving tours. I'm going to be giving tours still will give his usual crappy tour where he really doesn't have anything to say. If you, if you don't want your kids to learn anything you just wanna have fun tour. That's what I do. But anyway, grab your tickets now. You can get them at mercuryone dot org. And just look for twelve score in three years ago and come see us as we open up the studios again this year for a really fantastic look at American history and the promise of unity, that has not been fulfilled yet and what we have done in the past and what we need to do in the future going forward. Thank you so much appreciate it. Welcome. All of this can be found at mercury one dot org. By the way, if you don't have any money that you can donate. That's okay. We will take your prayers the prayers for all those who are affected and all those who are going out trying to heal those communities. We could really use your prayers are patriot. Mobile is our sponsor this half hour patriot. I'm sorry. It's what SimpliSafe, okay? Simplisafe.

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"tornado alley" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

07:46 min | 1 year ago

"tornado alley" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Kind of a suburb of tornado alley. When we have tornado warnings that happen when they happen, it least for me, it still freaks me out in the family means get into the center of the house. We'll okay, all right. The center of the house where there's no glass. Okay, sure that's going to, I don't know if you know this, it's up above the house. It could set down in the middle of the house, and suck us up into it. And they are so random if you've ever seen the effects of a tornado, something on one side of the street can be absolutely fine. And a corner of the house across the street is completely gone. They jump. They jump fast and the destructive power is unlike anything I've ever seen. A massive tornado tore through Dayton. One of Ohio's largest cities, last night, levels homed leveled homes entire apartment. Complexes knocked out power knocked out water tens of thousands of people about one hundred forty thousand. People in this area. Trying now to figure out their lives. As this tornado massive tornado, just hopscotched across Ohio. Last week. It was bad, Indiana, Missouri. Illinois Ohio now destruction all across the country. Oklahoma. And it's been a busy week for mercury one. And to tell us what we can do is Suzanne grishman's. She is here. She is the, the executive director of archery one. Welcome to the program, Suzanne, how are you? Good morning. So I know you guys were out last week for the storms in Oklahoma. What, what we have going on, and what people need. So it's been a busy week for our partners on the ground people need food. They need water. There are mucking out homes right now, a lot of areas have been flooded, very badly in the midwest. But the trail, the devastation of destruction is really what's the worst right now on the ground, we have team, Rubicon, working real hard. A lot of our veterans that volunteer their time through team Rubicon. They're deployed all over the midwest right now and they're responding for people who don't know team, Rubicon is this is the greatest. I charity it is they're all veterans and these veterans they come home, and they feel like they're not making a difference, and they wanna make a difference and team Rubicon is usually the first on the ground and they're the last to leave. There's a lot of people still on the ground with team. Con with hurricane Harvey stale resumes, and amazing. And so they come in, and they first thing they do is muck out homes, if you've never had to do that. It's an awful experience to do it for somebody else's house. I can't even imagine doing it for your own house, but team Rubicon is great operation blessing is they're, they're really food and disaster relief kind of they are disaster-relief. They actually are volunteer organization as well. So they go in with people, and they work through some of the local churches there. And they try to lift people up in a time of crisis, and you can imagine a lot of trauma minute, man disaster, relief and city impact, what mercury one does is. We give one hundred percent of whatever we collect to these charities. We've vetted these charities we've worked with these charities. We know that this is actually, your money is going to the right place, nothing against the Red Cross, but you you're funding. Sometimes their phone system when you give to the Red Cross this, we know one hundred percent goes to these impact, and you can you can go to natural disasters, if you wanna just fund natural disasters. We know that money will go right directly to the people and not to some big institution. And so we really need your help. You can go to mercury one dot org. Donate tour humanitarian relief fund. Did you see also Suzanne? There was a story that came out today that says here, it is genocide of Christians reaches an alarming stage, Christian persecution is now quote at near genocide levels this, according to a report in the BBC a lengthy interim study ordered by the British former secretary, blah, blah blah says one in three people around the world suffer from religious persecution with Christians being the most persecuted religious group. That's crazy. It is. Unfortunately, the truth, it is happening all around the world. They're saying that nobody is talking about it, and they're not talking about it for politically correct reasons. And so the wrong reasons to stand stand. That's exactly right. And I know we're doing. Of a lot around the world on Christian persecution. You can get involved on that at mercuryone dot org. And one last thing we do these pop up museums, and the, the collection at mercury one has grown is quite an amazing collection already in. It's about to get even bigger as we move forward. But we're also partnering with other museums, the African American museum in Dallas, the ABRAHAM LINCOLN presidential library, and museum, the frontiers of flight museum. The Dallas, historical society, the old red museum, blah, blah, blah. And we are we've, we've partnered with them to put together something called twelve score and three years ago based on Abraham Lincoln's Gettysburg address four score, and seven years ago, it's now been twelve score in three years ago that our founders got together and said, hey, we have an idea for a country and Lincoln had a goal. And Lincoln's goal was can we actually do all men are created equal can we free slaves? It's been fascinating journey and many people will focus on the really bad things about slavery, or they will take it out of context. It's important that context is, is put in around slavery. So you really truly understand what was going on and how it affects us today. But also, those who did something with their freedom, those who said, I'm not going to sit around, I'm free. Now what am I going to do with it? We look at the Gettysburg address will be here. The emancipation proclamation coming. Amazing stuff that you will be able to see twelve score in three years ago. The unfinished promise promise of unity. And when is it happened, so it's going to happen on the twenty ninth and thirtieth of June, and then we'll be also here, the fourth the seventh, so come spend your fourth of July weekend with us, they can go on a tour with you, too. I know David Barton is going to be giving tours. I'm going to be giving tours. Stu will give his usual crappy tour where he really doesn't have anything saying, if you, you don't want your kids to learn anything you just wanna have fun tour. That's what I do. But anyway, grab your tickets now. You can get them at mercury one dot org. And, and just look for twelve score in three years ago.

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"tornado alley" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

07:44 min | 1 year ago

"tornado alley" Discussed on KNSS

"Kind of a suburb of tornado alley. When we have tornado warnings that happen when they happen, it least for me, it's still freaks me out in the family means get into the center of the house, though. Okay. All right. The center of the house where there's no glass. Oh, okay. Sure that's going to. I don't know if you know this, it's up above the house e could set down in the middle of the house and suck us up into it. And they are so random if you've ever seen the effects of tornado, something on one side of the street can be absolutely fine. And a quarter of the house across the street is completely gone. They jump. They jump fast and the destructive power is unlike anything I've ever seen. A massive tornado tore through Dayton. One of Ohio's largest cities, last night, levels homed leveled homes entire apartment. Complexes knocked out power knocked out water tens of thousands of people about one hundred forty thousand. People in this area. Trying to figure out their lives as this tornado massive tornado, just hopscotched across Ohio. Last week. It was bad, Indiana, Missouri. Illinois Ohio now destruction all across the country. Oklahoma and it's been a busy week for mercury one. And to tell us what we can do is Suzanne Gershman. She is here. She is the. The executive director of archery one. Welcome to the program Suzanne. How are you? Good morning. So I know you guys were out last week for the storms and Oklahoma. What what do we have going on? And what do people need? So it's been a busy week for our partners on the ground people need food. They need water. There are mucking out homes right now, a lot of areas have been flooded, very badly in the midwest. But the trail, the devastation of destruction is really what's the worst right now on the ground, we have team, Rubicon, working real hard. A lot of our veterans that volunteer their time through team Rubicon. They're deployed all over the midwest right now and they're responding for people who don't know team, Rubicon is this is the greatest charity. It is they're all veterans and these veterans they come home, and they feel like they're not making a difference, and they wanna make a difference and team Rubicon is usually the first on the ground, and they're the last to leave, there's a lot of people still on the ground. With team. We become with hurricane Harvey still. And so they come in and the first thing they do is muck out homes, if you've never had to do that. It's an awful experience to do it for somebody else's house. I can't even imagine doing it for your own house, but team Rubicon is great operation blessing is they're, they're really food and disaster relief kind of disaster relief. They actually are volunteer organization as well. So they go in with people, and they work through some of the local churches there. And they try to lift people up in a time of crisis, and you can imagine a lot of trauma minute, man disaster, relief and city impact, what mercury one does is we give one hundred percent of whatever we collect to these charities. We vetted, these charities, we've worked with these charities. We know that this is actually, your money is going to the right place, nothing against the Red Cross. But you you're funding sometime. Their phone system. When you give to the Red Cross this, we know one hundred percent goes to these impact, and you can you can go to natural disasters, if you wanna just fund natural disasters. We know that money will go right directly to the people and not to some big institution. And so we really need your help. You can go to mercury one dot org. Donate tour humanitarian relief fund. Did you see also Suzanne? There was a story that came out today that says here, it is genocide of Christians reaches an alarming stage, Christian persecution is now quote at near genocide levels this, according to a report in the BBC a lengthy interim study ordered by the British former secretary. Blah, blah, blah says one in three people around the world suffer from religious persecution with Christians being the most persecuted religious group. That's crazy. It is. Unfortunately, the truth, it is happening all around the world. They're saying that nobody is talking about it, and they're not talking about it for politically correct reasons. And so the wrong reasons to stand exam stand. That's exactly right. And I know we're doing a lot around the world on Christian persecution. You can get involved on that at mercuryone dot org. And one last thing we do these pop up museums, and the, the collection. Mercury one has grown is quite an amazing collection already in. It's about to get even bigger as we move forward. But we're also partnering with other museums, the African American museum in Dallas, the ABRAHAM LINCOLN presidential library. Gary and museum, the frontiers of flight museum. The Dallas, historical society, the old red museum, blah, blah, blah. And we are we've, we've partnered with them to put together something called twelve score and three years ago based on Abraham Lincoln's Gettysburg address four score, and seven years ago, it's now been twelve score in three years ago that our founders got together and said, hey, we have an idea for a country and Lincoln had a goal and Lincoln's goal was can we actually do? All men are created equal can we free slaves? It's been fascinating journey and many people will focus on the really bad things about slavery, or they will take it out of context. It's important that context is, is put in around slavery. So you really truly understand what was going on. And how it affects us today. But also those who did. Something with their freedom. Those who said I'm not going to sit around I'm free. Now what am I going to do with it? We look at the Gettysburg address will be here. The emancipation proclamation coming. Amazing stuff that you will be able to see twelve score in three years ago. The unfinished promise promise of unity. And when that happened. So it's going to happen on the twenty ninth and thirtieth of June, and then we'll be also here, the fourth the seventh, so come spend your fourth of July weekend with us, they can go on a tour with you, too. I know David Barton is going to be giving tours. I'm going to be giving tours. Stu will give his usual crappy tour where he really doesn't have anything saying, if you if you don't want your kids to learn anything you just want to have fun on the store. That's what I do. But anyway, grab your tickets now. You can get them at mercury one dot org. And.

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"tornado alley" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:30 min | 1 year ago

"tornado alley" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Becoming a border Stephen back to you. Thanks bill. As we head into the spring real estate market. We can expect the days to grow longer the temperature's slowly rise and the whole world soon be filled with colored all that can be great for real estate as buyers and sellers C neighborhoods and the homes in them at the peak of their beauty. But what else can we expect? Let's get the spring weather forecast specifically tailored for real estate. From a pro joining us now is Paul past luck senior meteorologist and the chief US long-range forecaster at AccuWeather, Paul. Welcome to real estate today. Thanks for having me back again here. We're delighted you're here. So Paul now that we're all most in the spring market which begins this coming Wednesday. Hopefully, we're going to get a break from all the snow. We had especially in the late winter. So how are we looking in the spring of two? Thousand nineteen. Well, the one thing is compared to last year the transition going into spring is going to be a little bit easier than it was last year was really nasty all the way through the end of April, and especially from the midwest to the northeast with more snow and chilly temperatures, but the normal transition for the eastern half of the nation at least is setting up going forward. That's good to know. Because after all nice, mild weather is great for house hunting and how selling but the severe storms. They really stop it in its tracks. Yeah. That's the only problem. We have is. We do think there's going to be an uptick in severe weather, but in your more traditional area that you get hit. And that's in tornado alley in central and southern plain states farther east. Yes, there can't be some occasional severe weather, but it's the middle of the nation. We're going gonna watch out for as we get into the heart of severe weather season, April, and may well, let's start there Paul what are you expecting for the? Nations tornado alley areas the pattern actually setting very well. It looks like we're going to see systems coming out of the south west at times meeting up with some very warm and humid air in the traditional tornado alley places like from southern Nebraska, Kansas, Oklahoma into Texas could have a rough go in April, and may and you know, could be severe damage caused by multiple tornado outbreaks during the course of the season.

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"tornado alley" Discussed on Le Show

Le Show

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"tornado alley" Discussed on Le Show

"And therefore the rainwater cannot be dumped into the lake as the normal. Practice and the core never fixed. The walls of those canals. And we got if there rained for two more hours during Ike the city would have flooded. Again. You know, I'm not aware of that actually look into it. As I understand it. The new pumps they're building an installing that they have temporary pumps off the being replaced will have enough force. To pump out even against, you know, higher lake levels. So I don't think that's as big a concern. But I'll certainly follow that up. When when the new pumps are completed. Yeah, they're being built now. Yeah. But the problem is keeping them working as well. Yeah. You know, the city has obviously a lot of risks. And you know, it it's it's not a place to live if well for the fate of art while I mean, it's there's a lot of risk in San Francisco, Los Angeles risk. You know, they're different types of risk. God, you know, California earthquake fire Trent a mudslide tornado alley in the center, you know. And that was another thing that upset us people. You know, you should just move the city. Yeah. Oh, okay. You know, why don't we, you know? And and why don't we move people from cans? Yeah. At least we have warnings here. Let me let me switch gears now. And and go to. A bigger picture, which is south Louisiana, New Orleans sits sort of top a rapidly disappearing land mass that has had forests cypress forests and other swamp of grown protections for us from storm surge in from her gain wins. And it's is is land loss still of football field an hour..

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"tornado alley" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

06:03 min | 2 years ago

"tornado alley" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"And we need to start buying those locations verifying that in those cases where casualties are confirmed work on identifying them and notifying the next of kin in southern California. Most of the town of Malibu is evacuated for a fire the jumped the freeway and moved into LA from Ventura County threatening thousands of homes, Jessica Rosenthal, Fox News. And there you go. That's what we said. The fire was on the other side. It's on the other side of the mountains from Malibu, but you talk about pricey real estate and something else to think about as well now is it pricey real estate, but because of land use restrictions and all kinds of other things in southern. California. Anything that burns anything for those people are going to have a hell of a time rebuilding. And it's not for lack of money is because there's a thing in California. I think it's called either land use commission or something like that. But basic art coastal commission is the coastal commission. So the coastal commission used to be in California used to be dealing with the coast and out to the ocean. Now, they they have jurisdiction like five or ten miles inland as well. And they make things super expensive. You gotta get a review for everything in a permit for this and spend money for that. And get this environmental assessment everything else like that. So there's a real famous case of Suzanne Somers from three's company. She had a house Malibu for thirty years at burned in one of these fires. And I think it was. Adam Corolla on his podcast. He asked her whether or not she was gonna rebuild. She said. No. And why not you've lived there for thirty s can't afford it. Why not because the permitting the zoning the improvements that are needed because you know, they've passed all kinds of rules and regulations gotta make everything so her so earthquake proof that it will you it wouldn't shake off its foundations of nuclear bomb hit it is just too expensive. So if if anything was to invade Malibu and Malibu county, it'd be interesting to see whether those rules stick in place, or whether they'd be wanting to people to actually rebuild because as it is now at least from what I get there. Nobody can really nobody can really rebuild without a whole lot of hassle and a whole lot of money. This just pulling it out of the rear end here. But I seem like I saw a video someone had had an invention and it was to protect homes from from wildfire. And I don't remember trying to figure out what the mechanism was. But it basically shut your home into some sort of protective something, and I don't know if it was like there's a moat, and there's whatever that would keep the fire at a certain distance. And you know, you know, when you live in as we mentioned tornado alley you have all the storm shelters. You have these protective areas even things where for earthquakes they've made these inventions that instantly drop you in your bed into a protective like a cocoon of some sort. And so there's things like that. And I I'm wondering if there's a point where people will start to spend that extra expense to to build something to protect this huge investment. Like that. I with sixty mile an hour winds and flames, you know, some of these wildfires that you know, I mean, do you ever see some the videos of people that are driving through it trying to escape and soon size of the fire. I mean, just like sixty eighty one hundred foot flames, I what are you Bill to protect your? I know the numbers are a big issue as well. 'cause they're they're flying from who knows how far especially with that type of wind. But some of these folks live in areas where it's hundreds of acres, and I don't know, I guess the thought might occur to me if I was there to like, how far can I completely have barren land, and and other forms of of ground coverage than grass, and you know, just to just to be safe. And another thing that drives us as well and anybody who knows forestry probably knows this too. I mean, one of the big things is preventative fires. You you you do controlled fire. So you don't have control burn out of control fires well in California because everything from evergreen of dirt is protected by some environmental law to a great degree. They have a hard time doing these controlled fires to get rid of the brush to get rid of all that stuff. So that the types of stuff like this doesn't doesn't happen. I'm sure they do some probably not as much as they like and these big wildfires come up, and they burn homes effect lies destroy towns. I mean, the, you know, what Jessica Rosenthal just said the entire town of paradise in northern California destroyed destroyed burned to the ground. And you got to wonder if there were you know, if if you know if it if it happened, and it's a tragedy it is. But you know, was there some sort of preventative thing that could have been done, but wasn't done because of some protective thing for whatever endangered species that might live here or whatever else at some point, you know, the dollar loss versus whatever other loss. You're you're expecting from a control burn has to be has to be brought into proportion you'd think it's eight forty nine NewsRadio comeback wrap things up and just a couple moments. John Matthews and Scotty be in the morning. When you go on a vacation or to any event, you know that you want to have the best pictures ever, right? I mean, I bought I took some pretty good pictures that I posted on Instagram of my road trip. 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Atmospheric Science Journal, Northern Illinois University and Professor Victor discussed on Total Information AM

Total Information AM

00:35 sec | 2 years ago

Atmospheric Science Journal, Northern Illinois University and Professor Victor discussed on Total Information AM

"Called tornado alley is not stationary as it turns out, a new study out of northern Illinois university and published in the climate and asked atmospheric science journal shows it's moving slowly to the east right into our area. Meteorology professor Victor. Seaney is the lead author alley quote, unquote, Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas. It's still a lot of tornadoes every year. But the numbers they are trending downward during increasing places like, Missouri. Mississippi and Arkansas same studies show that about seventy three Americans are killed by

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00:34 sec | 2 years ago

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Tonight's is officially set because this Ursula more is in the building. Devin. Moore's also in the building. Resenting race to speak up. We'll talk with Devon and everyone's shortly. Goodson see something your faces and yes, when we say we follow up with people and see how they're doing and get a recap and all the above. We do actually do it shout out to our engineer Brian graves. Big shot to w. r. a. q. ninety two seven FM that's upstate New York. W e b twelve forty AM Long Island, right? They shot to our friends at twelve forty AM ninety five nine. I don't know about you. Rich has been a couple of weeks since we've been back. Whole bunch of things have happened. We what we won't be talking about tonight and this is the best part of the show what we will talk about what we talk about. We won't talk about Brad Kavanagh. I'll good. We won't talk about the forest that went on with the White House in regards to Puerto Rico and the number eight, six eighteen sixty four or twenty nine seventy five, which if he round up his three thousand lives that were lost with hurricane, Maria, we won't be talking about that. Okay, that's it. No more conversation because I think he just did talk about it. Trouble storm for its water. I mean, it, you know, it's a good thing that of course it has been down. It was downgraded pretty quickly as soon as he got on the land went, you know, from four to three, three to category one to tropical storm. However, that does not mean it will not be as much rain that in this case, that's where the dangerous flooding everywhere. Fortunately, the winds course of subsided greatly, but was what's the last number twenty five thirty inches of rain, something like that. And some areas over the course of three days. You know, our thoughts and prayers go out to all of those down in the Carolinas area, Virginia area being affected by the storm being affected by the floods. You know if you were in an area and the national guard of the local law enforcement or the army, or whoever came through and said, you need to leave, you need to leave. They don't come through and ask you to do that just because they want you to abandon your house. It. As your life is in danger and it's a last resort pack up, get out. You know, at least last, I heard at least the the number of lives lost was. But for the last I heard with the, you can expect that, of course of changed. The town that was trending on social media was Newburgh. Where two hundred residents were rescued while and they were in the digital hundred fifty that will waning. I mean, I don't want to believe this and I don't want to sound like you know upbeat, but basically what you said. If someone is telling you if someone from whether it's federal government, one, four, spent all someone in an authoritative leadership position that was appointed or elected by the people by you. To leave or to evacuate. You have to do that. I can. I would, you know, fortunately having never been in that position. Either, but rich come on. Yeah, you can understand when they come by, especially, you know, you listen to the interviews on TV and just about every person who decided to stay set, says the same exact thing. All we wrote out the last two, three, four, five, whatever the number is. It wasn't that bad. We're going to try to ride out this one. Even though they're being told this is gonna be in a little different. It's, you know, don't look just the storm winds. Look at the rain. It's coming. It's high tide, you know, it's a confluence of bad news coming at the same time. And I mean it sure. How easy would it be for you? It would take just about everything for either your all right. I'm going to abandon my house now. Right? You can understand that, but, but like you were saying, I get it too, but are we major flood? So no, we at least I'm not right. So you take you have to take certain things into consideration. You really do. And I know we sound like the Monday morning quarterbacks here. Or maybe we don't sound like the people on Cable News Network that that we want to sound like that. But if someone is telling you. You gotta leave, you gotta go right now. Granted their issues when they're either there's a medical issue, right? Or you know. You can capable of making the trip there. There were reasons why you can't go, but if you sit and they had to say, you know, I am going to ride it out and then you're calling on the first responders and you're talking about, I'm on the second floor in the attic and the new order on the first floor for and is now in the second floor night come on man. You're not only putting your life in danger, but what about this first responders? Right. And the other people who also do need rescuing right may may be there because they absolutely could not get out. Right. We've all in terribly save again. Like you're saying, we don't want to sound harsh. We don't want to sound insensitive. Genetics definitely care about all those down there. But yeah, I on the same. Same thought pattern is you if you've been told to do it, do it. So tell me this much if you're in a situation like that hypothet- hypothetical, you're not rich. I'm not me. Okay. We're not a. Not a Long Island. Okay. We're somewhere in the deep south. We're somewhere where the tide is high. Okay. Okay, we live somewhere in Wilmington. We live somewhere near the beach. In someone knocks on your door, the badge, you know someone like I said, authority figure not saying though with the badge and gives you a life vest. Right? And gives you. A permanent magic marker. Right? And what do they tell me when the hand me this life vest in permanent magic marker and write your social on your arm or somewhere on your body and give us your next kin so that we can identify you right. After the fact. So if it doesn't, if you don't heed that warning. In this something wrong. I'm not gonna say you're wrong. Like I said, I know. By myself. I disagreed with you. I just, you know, I, you know, it's gotta be hard when that situation comes, but you're right when they're doing that, your life is being threatened. Right? And the story they're trying to wake you up. Right? Is your wakeup call, right? This is no different than when at the the former governor, Christie said, when sandy. Get Saturday off the beach. You know, don't work when you're paying right now. Right? Right now, granted for two or three hurricanes later, he was onto the. He was on the beach. Another here. No, there folks. When you hear these types of emergency situations, we hope that you're prepared. We hope that there's some type of emergency preparedness or response that you have within, you know, with your each. I guess within each of your families, you preparation is the key like like you're saying, especially if you live in. So I mean, well, I'm gonna take that back. Partially everyone should have at preparation plan. Yes, of some sort. You know, even if it's just a matter of, okay, if something goes wrong and the members of the family art together, create a plan in a location where you're going to all congregate in SEM as possible, especially if you live in certain areas where you know floods hurricanes in tornado alley, then sure you wouldn't have even more you and have a bag of things. Where do you go? You want to have something, you know, credit cards and items in ziplock bag that, yes, some cash in the bag, clothing. Some parasol nonperishable foods, you know, simple things. It doesn't have to be a, you know, a huge duffle bag livings or something that can get you and your family through for two days. But it's so funny because we've had the set of experts on here before. We have, but you sit back and say, do you have a couple of cases of water, right at home, right. Just in case, right. I mean, not the water that you you. You know, when you walking out to go to work again and you pull out, you know to take one yourself, but something that you have on the side prepares just in case just in case, I hope we've scared you enough. Shouldn't be scared. You know this, my hope we educated you enough again, we're probably a little more sensitive to these things. You know, nine eleven was you know, seventeen years ago, right? And granted, the damage in initial impact was localized to downtown Manhattan. However, the entire region, the entire country was in a state of a look at this. What do I do what's going on? What if and so with like, you know what I'm saying up here, we're a little more sensitive to these taking little Little wasn't wasn't usually usually. superstorm sandy. There's been instances where hurricane Irene, the year prior blackouts blackouts that you have to be prepared for this type of stuff. So as we segue segue, this is late night parents with rich and Ted this ways the follow the show is late night, parents dot com. Wait, you will find the latest blogs. You can find a Twitter and Facebook feeds, but you can find an archive of podcast in the studio. We have in person in person. Devin moore. Named might ring a bell to you. It might not. We'll refresh you in his supermom. Ursula more big shot. The Willmore will how you doing. Much love. So the last time we were in the in this studio together, just a brief recap. We will go through a story where we were discussing cyberbullying overall bullying, just a situation that went from bad to worse. And we talked about some of the perils of. Being online. it. online. it. Before we close out the segment tell especially in contact with you on social media. You could directly message me on my Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, which are. My Instagram spree to speak up all lower case. My Facebook is racist, speak up, which is with each word as capital case. And my Twitter is has up. Definitely. We want to let you know late night parents does support race to speak up and we'll be in touch with you. I don't have to tell you to, you know. Don't be a stranger. You know, you know where we are, and definitely we want to stay in touch with you and find out how you know your progress is going with this initiative. So as I said before, you should be commended and. Thank you so much food for joining us today. Thank you for having you good to see you and mom continue doing what you're doing. We know you're there. You've got this young man's back here. It's it's really important. I just want to say this We is talked really important about that you also. know, you have a mom, and you have a dad I guess the effects that fully of when you were bullied, by your side but and we supportive spoke with of. the mom. We spoke with the family So that there's was going to going be times to just not and sit I know there I'm and gonna take sound it, a little preachy then we're gonna because push back. you know Right. we both had kids. And that's the most important thing you can sit There's there and times you can take when it and mom and you dad could is say, gonna tell oh, you well, something and what you was don't needed? wanna listen This is to what them. happened. All I I don't wanna know, do but x. y. the person z. to the left of me take step and the person to step to back the right to a deep of you breath. said, Think no, about times like this we're not gonna do it. when mom We're not and dad just going to are be the victims. supporting for We're these not different just going to initiatives go down and that long line and of, oh, not just this just is what happened. just the good times And. also think about the times That's that that because we're I troublesome think the one big question that you said, you know what? and Mom, I think we had this dad, discussion I got to speak in to pre you about pro. XYZ. With which discussion Are there was this for you? inquiry They're pro and pre pro like I said, we they're going discussed to be your biggest fans. when They're I was going speaking to be the ones with with the poms Ursula and and in will totally on the phone. supportive of, you know, It said just the he thing in was person financially, spiritually, what have you done? moldy Since above. that So point? make sure you You know, do we understand everything that you that need to do and listen to your parents. there was a lawsuit, Okay. that was that was happening. All right. But I guess Thanks. my concern is out All of the right. last We're gonna discussion take a quick break was. and we How will be do back we, in about thirty seconds you know, of education's being a parent office now, of you federal know student when your aid. child We hurts, provide you more heard than one hundred of course. fifty Okay. billion dollars each year in grants loans And that's, and work, you study know, funds, you hurt making you higher hurt education mentally, possible you're for anyone. physically, Federal student but aid proud sponsor of the American what do mind, you do learn more at student to ensure aid dot gov. that someone else Magin doesn't a time fall into when that no situation? one person has Parkinson's. Disease Because you know what is happens debilitated with your child? by stroke How do we avoid and no this from family happening again, suffers. The tragedy of what also are we doing? And some those of the questions best minds were posed in America last time are doing more and than the mansion. they The American spoke about brain a few foundation initiatives. seeking to So find it's so cures good. That were life Devon without brain disease is isn't here just to something join we us can imagine to something tell us we can no since joined that point. Kim Sorbo I think it's in been the about plaintiff six, cure brain disease. For more information, maybe four, visit six, American, bring maybe foundation seven, dot org. eight We weeks served our ago country like those before. about that much, but Devin. Dangerous How are you air doing. ele, Avena dangerous. I'm good. How The are carnage you? Hey, of war Ted in left rich. an indelible Mark Why Why are are you you on done? doing. me. Good We back. came back Welcome back. and Welcome built back. lives So the question as time is, went on, since we faced the situation new challenges when you and were found with support us before, the handle. I want what to had you done? talk to my doctor and started I doing mean, groups we see that you're thought in good of doing spirits, one on one and we're counseling happy about that. at make the connection dot net. You can hear And our as stories we've always and find said tools you, we said and services to you last available time to you. if you ever needed to use the station Our daughter might or be drinking use or taking this show something is else vehicle can't talk with to her about it. push She keeps out whatever everything message secret, that you have but when I pretend everything. a, our Airways, your airwaves. So tell us All right, what have you and done since we last are time we've back. spoken, I created hashtag racist, It was good speak to have up my organization guess which helps Ursula young people and from different races excuse me, speak Ursula up about and their Devon bullying Moore with and hate us experiences. from race to speak I up. want to educate and power the Good youth to see him doing about well. Good. See him really how doing well. bad That is good to see. not You know, speaking it's like up about we always, like I said, your we always blowing, say that a, people, hey stances let's as let's well catch as the. up Winging and it let's self. talk. Let's see No, how bullying people yourself are doing will get worse if some you don't of speak the people who up do catch back up with it. somebody. Well, We don't catch in my back case, up with. I it think lets me being they paranoid will be I really a didn't even a want mainstay to go to school. here. I think so too, and And that's a when good I thing was in when school, you know I always thought young that man, they were yes, going to do something yes, yes, really, really crazy. happy about that. We'll crazier to Wanna me switch gears and for a second I was and say, rich. anxious. I don't know I also if you suffered got to see my it first this seizure. week. Did Which you see led me the to. apple town I hall ended up in the hospital with the latest gadgets and. and all the above underwhelming Besides over well, overwhelming all of that or that could happen Matt? to you because of bullying. Well, I did not You could sit also in view that the could entire also lead presentation. you to soup I to just being caught even up on some a suicidal of the very quick if it gets updates to that point, which surrounding no one should be, you shouldn't iphone have to releases. go through bullying in Hake, which is why I'll just go with I want to help man. young people with that. I really. I mean, it's okay for Well, men. actually, What are we also, at now? if Thirteen any hundred. of you out there Yeah, have no, anyone I gotta tell you who has been for bullied, a phone before please the show contact started. me on my social media's So we're at the point my now where. Twitter is price tag I'm versus going speak to turn up on by the Instagram phone is racist, for speak Nivo. up, and Oh, so it was Lord, my Facebook. gonna turn on the phone, but let me tell Okay. you Perfect. my daughter had Great. So this great idea how long ago dead. did you set Give up him your my phone your social media and let me accounts? get Have enough. you They have? give him Have you mockery had the opportunity aid, to get feedback iphone yet ten or or have any iphone going act, hasn't even started and subscribing let me to get you the and started iphone some conversations. x. max she just went I all started the way they my went all the way there. in And I my account so quickly my social turned media her accounts around a few months ago. and was just like what And since then some I people said. have been Do me contacting a favor. me I said she dominated said what about I now. said, leave their my room bullying, right now. hate experiences in what has happened in their experience experiences. The schools that would do nothing or try to cover it up. And I've been trying to do whatever I could whatever I can do to help them, but it's still hard for them. Of course. Yes. And also my goals are to. Of course, speak up at schools and I want to implement a class and to each school in the United States or even more than just the United States about bullying. Kate on want people to take a mandatory class about bullying in, hey, where you could in the class, you could set up little skiffs to show the whole school about bullying, hey, can do. And also examples pulling in hate. So you know what you what is going on and what you can do. Want to jump in here Devon and say, I thought he should be commended for not only the situation you had to go through, but the the forward steps that you take in your family's taken in the support that you received in from from your mom and dad. I would say explanation number one. When you do give that class, most people don't even realize, well, I would say most younger people might not even realize that if there they may think like they're talking hot or cracking a joke on someone or something like that. That's bullying that cyberbullying right there in the nut show. People people don't realize because I, it was funny. I think this is about maybe four years ago I did. I worked with a youth group and we were discussing cyber movie. And I and I've gone through story before where I had. I told everyone to pull out their cell phones and most of the kids that were there and they range from, I would say about eight to eighteen eighteen nineteen. Okay. And most of most of the kids pull that cell phones, I don't know if they will all working or not, or I don't know, but they actually had a cell phone in their hand, and I said to them, have you ever said anything mean online to any of your friends? And they said, I said, I said, you know, no one's in trouble regime because it was. It was a session. I did just with the youth and most of them I would say two thirds of racer saying, hey, I said something, but it was funny, and I said, you know, hey, it's funny to you and people that's like the first step. So I think it's key in what you're doing is you're educating us and what does. Say what not to say. I mean, I'm most most of the times when someone says something disparaging, then yes, they understand that that's considered, you know cyberbullying. But if they think if they're being funny and or if you've been at a situation where someone will say something and then you start to pile on. You know, you're adding to that badges. We talked before about, you know, knows believe it. Zero tolerance bullying program. I will tell you this much. I like the fact that you starting to lay the groundwork and this is something where I will tell you take your time with it. Don't be discouraged, keep pressing through. You will get, you will get speaking engagements. And it doesn't have to be a warmer, five hundred people, right? Ten people, right. And as long as you reach out Ingles I think the songs you can connect with at least one or two people, the us nature Mark, you made your Mark and you take it from there and you continue to speak out about it. Because it's it's, your story was powerful, but I like the fact that you were us taking the additional steps so you gotta keep pressing on and. There's going to be a few hiccups. You know, there's going to be a few bumps in the road. Don't let that stop you. He pressing on for Reese to speak up. We definitely support you here. Thank you. Before we close this out Ritchie, have any questions or anything? No, all I would just and a little bit to something. You just mentioned that you know, just because that bullying is really from the perspective of the recipient as you will know when someone is sitting there saying making a joke and it's like said, oh, I didn't mean anything by at those funny. And meanwhile, you're really, really hurting someone's feelings. You know, this isn't just about now while you're young in school ten naked, tell you both. We have to on an annual basis, recertify resigned documents for employer, it says we have to, we attend to a mandatory mandatory anti harassment, sexual harassment training district, Eric harassment trainings. These are all things which you know in school you call the bullying. It's called harassment a real life and you do suffer much much more serious consequences. So this is you know your your experience. And now you're teaching others chewing on this. What when you get older in real life, you know what? What the value of learning what is harassment was not an how to interact with people. So he going on what you're doing there. I think it's good in a very good. They decided to go public with it and what you have your turning it into a positive and trying to both assist others in dealing with it. And at the same time you're teaching those who may have been the perpetrators of the harassment that what they're doing is actually. Wrong to make possible. But that'll be interesting. We'll see what the FCC what the timeframe is on that. You know they saying this is going to happen within the next year or is this something that's gonna happen? Ten years from now, and they could signings person up. It's SpaceX. Could be next week could be this week. It could have already had it was right, right. The person's already in earth orbit, the Allegra riot push him out now, right? Yeah. Hippie. I mean, you wanna talk about a money maker. You wanna talk about elitist. That's for the elitist. Yes. Now sitting here with my iphone, taking pitchers orbiting around the moon. Did they mentioned anything about cost or all this homes out? I think all this is going to come out tomorrow. I'll be listening for that. This is gonna come out tomorrow. Eight o'clock Pacific time. It's gonna come at all. Big, boxing guy, not the boxing guy. Did you catch the fight last thing. I, I haven't trying to avoid anything. Of course it should be what HBO next week. So was gonna show it next week? I'm trying to hold out. I don't know. I made it through the day. I will tell you this, but I ate was a great five of the fight. Okay, great. Ray fight, a great fight. I fight. Yes, it dwarf the all right. So then what you you might be able to, you might give me this on the air right now that if it was a great fight and it wasn't a close fight, it was a close fight. And having seen that fight, do you debate the outcome? I do not debate the outcome. The outcome being debated at all nearly all right somebody it's not because it was such a good fight that it could go either way. Right. You know, I, the person that I thought was going to win. Right? Did not win. Okay. Central g one and I think you can. You can tell me I'm. were Say, don't tell this is a spoiler free show for, I'm sure it'll it'll speak out happened or ready. Yes. When I when I favor it, male person comes through. I'm Shelby finding out then. Totally. Totally. And I'm okay with it through though. I'm okay with it was really, really knowing. Yeah. Okay. Yeah, this is one of those fights where you sitting there, you just like, okay, that round could go to either person. And there were a couple of rounds like that. Right. Okay, worth. I mean fighters always, you know, have the center of the something that went. It doesn't go their way, but are the five do both of the fighters seem to acknowledge the decision? Yeah, it's totally sets up a third five that okay. We don't. We like there was no stench. Right. Okay. There was there was somewhat of a stench after the first for guess there was and you're sitting there, you like, how did that? How did that happen? Right, right. After this one, you just like, because I, I will tell you this much. I don't know anything about being a referee or judge, right? I scored at one fourteen one fourteen they had at one fifteen one. Thirteen. Okay. That's one round. There's one round. I had. I totally. I said, if this thing is a draw, I said, see it. I could see it. Right. Okay. I could see it was. I was let him in there. I was like listening to how Letterman and his it was. This wasn't an HBO thing. This was no, it was HBO thing was mex-. Caliban is coming. Okay. I like him. So. I mean, that was interesting. That was interesting. The only other thing is it will say. Is. I think the, I think you and I talked about it, but during the week. I think he was in the sea is I know so Long Island. Okay. Long. Island town, crack pike in the Sheen's. Yes. And it was actually multiple towns I find was going on here. I, I read that article because I was like, all right, this what number one, what town is this town? Is this. Right? It was a little farther east in some towns that have a reputation already for having drug and substance abuse issues. So the vending machines themselves will some of them were. I remember at least three of them that they've found the might have been more whatever, but three being mentioned of the three least two of them were placed in public space. Were, you know, nothing should have been posted at all, and one of his own some private space where at least immediately after the reporting of the incident, they weren't able to tear them down yet because it was on on privately-owned on space, but the devices themselves were labeled with it was the word pens in lower case sticker and a capital s. spends being the the full spelling? Yes. So of course it it would. It's not illegal at all to to sell a pen now, even if you want to charge. I think it was charging two dollars for these things because l. a. pan out of out of a machine short on problem. But when it's a pen is really a glass tube and there's no ink in it. And that's what these devices were. So basically as was reported, they're selling crack pipes. People were finding and you know, I, I did catch on one of the reports. You know, they had the back of the device with the phone number of the vendor in case there's an issue, call his number really clearly there. So we've heard nothing more about this. These I haven't heard more. Oh, they've been sitting here saying, okay. Stupid question. No question is stupid. As you though. When you spot something like this neltza to call in police. The police. Right. What else do you do? You call your congressman. This one, half the Pete, you could be sure half the people who saw thought, oh, it depends offensive. 'cause it was just the ones I saw were green green box with a slider for coins like you'd have legitimate wicked, dispense the pen. So did you actually see one on on the? Yes. The report. Okay. But they had pictures of a couple of them and they look the same there were, you know someone had dug a little spot con concrete down, screw these things down to the concrete and anywhere. And you know, I guess some people in the neighborhood have to notice what was laying around the ground around them. It's like a crack pipe. But as I think you're saying what one, what has it come to with someone even things? I mean, sure. That's, you know, it's head of a marketing ploy there, but I know what I'll do. I'll make some money selling crack pipes. Where are we in worse? Of course, people were buying someone was using them at their. I don't know how long the devices were mounted or any of those details kinda get the idea that was not long at all, and they were taking down, you know, even more quickly, but yeah, but like you're your your question. Yeah, you call the police. That's the first thing you do and you give me a formation that's on the device. Here's the phone number of the coal get this thing out and they will act courting if they've legally can. Again, some was I think one of them was behind a bus stop. That's the one I saw the pictures. So. I don't know. But those areas do have reputations for a very, very bad drug problem. As you know, somebody other locations around the country, but that those areas are unknown for. And so you have situations like this, which I. were aware of Painful. it? I would not. That would make no sense at all because he's trying to I, if in fact he is trying to play that game now with this one year deal and like, all right. Well, I'm just not gonna show up and I won't get paid, and. Okay, fine. And just after released me when it's over, then we know what will maybe. No, you've just taking yourself and no one's gonna win. You. Or or that mixed deal is fourteen million. It's for five, right? See his issue. And I understand because I mean, you got ownership, he ears you have to you. He's turned thirty years old thirty years old old NFL that's ancient in the NFL. Yes. Thirty years old as running back is unheard of almost this I've noticed. Right. So that's even more Clichy these you'd think he was all right. Give me that big check. And give me another one next year. So let me ask you if if he was the show up and everything going, normally this season. What's his contract. So he was just a one year contract regardless. So next season would even free would have become free anyway, apply the franchise tag twice so they can no longer apply. So he's a free agent regardless of free agent regardless. So this doesn't make any sense. Valley's your agents are out there and like the contact you so you can speak with us. Please let us know please contact us, hey, I know we're just a little little show up here, but you know, we'd like to hear from you. Why not? I was happy to the to hear this that Netflix, you know, then flicks picks up all these shows that are. I don't want to say on the scrap heap there on the bubble during the bubble network, right? Because they said, oh, it's too expensive, and we're not getting the viewership that we wanted not. I guess somewhere someone is noting that network viewership is straightened shrinking down. Yep. Shrieking drinking court. Designated survivor. I don't know if you've ever watched it that was always on my to watch list season three will be on Netflix. Nice said a sixteen episodes you'll get twelve. That's fine. I mean, that's that's already in the cans. So it's not like Netflix had the by the licensing for. We'll, we'll take that. No problem. We're not producing. It doesn't sound like they're going to continue the series after that. It's just gonna be. That's those twelve minutes it or are they gonna continue? It depends. You know what I hear that would be great. If what was the and it just my mind with Did she give you the look the of Indian defeat. Middle Eastern Local Indian way. actress. 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"Us when you when you even stay with native Americans. I mean, there's this crazy all over. But they're just people are different all over this country. Makes it marvelous. And I think the people in his Outer Banks and people like that up in Virginia, and so forth and all the way up the line. They're just, you know, coastal people are much different than inland people. I sound over the years and coastal people, of course, have to live with things that people don't end vice versa. I mean, you know, you look at tornado alley for example. I'm glad I don't live there. You know here in Florida elsewhere where we have hurricanes we at least get days of warning. And and that really that ought to help us anybody with any sense takes us warning seriously. And and it really should be helpful to people tornados come up instantly, and, you know, have very far to go very very can't run very far. But here we're very lucky because of today with what you guys do with forecasting hurricanes for us. It's better than ever before better than I was a kid growing up in the sixties and stuff, and we're grateful for what you guys do. I'll tell you that we all are very thankful to NASA and satellites that's the biggest change I think that we've had a long time and the computer modeling has gotten so much better because of high speed computers stuff that was impossible to do thirty years ago. Now routine now forecast now were virtually impossible thirty years ago when they were possible, they weren't very good. And Mark thank you very much. I appreciate the call. And I'm glad that we were able to help you out. Jim is in north Kingston, Rhode Island, and you want the status of newborn? I think. How you doing? We're doing good. How about you? I got I got some relatives and family in new Bern. It has been telling me it's been a current rain when they started Thursday night Thursday, or whatever. Yes. They got twenty five inches. Constant rain is saying that's something. They've never seen. Bobby? Three two. Forty mile notion. He's just a constant rainy stowaway coming down in sheets. They just said they'd never seen anything like in their life. Yeah. I understand that they're building an ark right now, actually, and they're going to launch it and head out the news river back out into Pimlico. Yeah. Raining. Never raining. Yeah. The these are the feeder bands, and we call this training. That's where they they come in in in in the middle part of the United States where there's big thunderstorms and stuff they come in lines. And they they're straight lines. But when you're looking at a radar, and you've got a a tropical circulation, they come in kind of rotating bands. But they're still the same thing they train over the same tracks. So it's one train car after another this pounding, but they had another problem and that was wins on Thursday blowing in raising the water level. Yeah. The river. The way the in new Bern the river ends like in a really small whatever you call it. Like like, I get it. And the right Reverend until exhaustion, and they just the water just built up from the wind. That just to be bad, man. Well, if you wanna keep listening to us too because coming up we're going to have Lieutenant David Daniels, and he is with the new Bern North Carolina police department he's going to give a status report coming up shortly in the next half hour. So we've got that covered. And everybody wants to know what's going on there. They did have over four hundred rescues in the city of new. One thing when you mentioned about those bands, those feeder bands. I I looked them up on the radar in new Bern. And you're right. Those feeder band who like they just never move for like three days aren't there? Still there. Fame pashto. It's not that. Why it just the long, man? And it just was dumping Diagara fall Duffin in Newburgh. And this water has to seek it's own level. So if it rains heavy in one particular area, then it's going to obviously spread out into the land nearby. And it's going to find its way down to the nearest rivers and those rivers and almost every single case are full and they're on their way to record setting river heights. Well. The sewer plant over there. Oh. Went to underwater right now. What are you saying? I mean things they look looking good man know, in fact, we'll be we'll be talking with Kim McCloud coming up in South Carolina. And also, we'll be we'll be talking I believe with Pam Pam Walker coming up next and one of the questions that we have for Pam is what about the large areas where there are hog farms where there's flooding going on. And what's this water quality gonna be when when we get done is going to be a source for good drinking water? Choice. Yes, that's going to be some bottled water going on for a while, Tom. Yeah. Without a doubt. Hey, jim. Thank you very much for giving us a call. And you're listening to Red Eye Radio. We want you to give us a call. The number is eight six six ninety redeye that's eight six six ninety redeye and this is meteorologist Tom HALE and Steve Lenore on Red Eye Radio. Get in touch with Red Eye Radio toll free at eight six six red ridi-. Be a part of the conversation by calling the shell Rotella.

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"tornado alley" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

05:13 min | 2 years ago

"tornado alley" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"They are a different bunch of this country is so big we have so many different cultures among us when you when you even stay with native Americans. I mean, this is crazy all over. But they're just people are different all over this country makes some marvellous, and I think the people in those Outer Banks and people like that up in Virginia, and so forth and all the up the line. They're just, you know, coastal people are much different than inland people. I've found over the years and coastal people, of course, have to live with things that inland. People don't end vice versa. I mean, you know, you look at tornado alley for example. Boy, I'm glad I don't live there here in Florida. Elsewhere where we have hurricanes we at least get days of warning. And and and that really that ought to help us anybody with any sense takes us warning seriously, and and it really should be helpful to people tornados, come up instantly. And you don't have very far. To go get run very far. But here we're very lucky because of today with what you guys do with forecasting hurricanes for us, and it's better than ever before better than I was a kid growing up in the sixties and stuff, and we're grateful for what you guys do. I'll tell you that we all are very thankful to NASA and satellites that's the biggest change I think that we've had in a long time and the computer modeling has gotten so much better because of high speed computers stuff that was impossible to do thirty years ago is now routine now forecast now or virtually impossible thirty years ago when they were possible, they weren't very good. Hey, mark. Thank you very much. I appreciate the call. And I'm glad that we were able to help you out. Jim is in north Kingston, Rhode Island, and you want the status of Newburn? I think. Yeah. We're doing good. How about you? I got I got some relatives and family and burn. They weren't telling me it's been a constant rain starting Thursday night, Thursday, or whatever. Yes, they got some twenty five inches. It's. He's constant rain is saying that something they've never seen. Bobby? The water forty miles the ocean. Constant rain h doorway. Yeah. I understand that they're building an ark right now, actually, and they're going to launch it in and head out. The news river back out into at Pimlico. Yeah. House daily range. Never it's still raining. The these are the feeder bands, and we call this training. That's where they they come in in in in the middle part of the United States where there's big thunderstorms and stuff they come in lines. And they they're straight lines. But when you're looking at a radar, and you've got a a tropical circulation, they come in kind of rotating bands. But they're still the same thing they train over the same tracks. So it's one train car after another just pounding them. But they have another problem and that was wins on Thursday blowing in raising the water level. The river. With the weather in new Bern the river ends like a really small whatever you call it again. What you're saying? And they just wanted just built up from the wind. Well, in fact, if you wanna keep listening to us too because coming up we're going to have Lieutenant David Daniels, and he is with the new Bern North Carolina police department he's going to give us a status report coming up shortly in the next half hour. So yeah, we've got that base covered. And everybody wants to know what's going on there. They did have over four hundred rescues in the city of. Thing when you mentioned about those bands. So screener ban. I looked them up on the radar in new Bern and Europe. Don't feeder bands looks like they just never moved for like three days aren't there? Still there. The same. Melinda. Just. Not that long. Dolphin in Newburgh. And this water has to seek it's own level. So if it rains heavy in one particular area, then it's going to obviously spread out into the land nearby. And it's going to find its way down to the nearest rivers and those rivers and almost every single case are full and they're on their way to record setting river heights. Well, one minute. They have a suit as the sewer plant over there. That's underwater right now. Birch whatever what he was saying things, they look at you saying looking good now in in fact, we'll be we'll be talking with Kim McCloud coming up in South Carolina..

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Tornado slams Massachusetts town as storms march eastward

KNX Programming

02:16 min | 2 years ago

Tornado slams Massachusetts town as storms march eastward

"A. Lot like the old rules Danny lesser men were the, LA county Democratic Party tells KNX enforcement wise it would probably affect the same individuals and companies as when the FCC what's supposed to. Or standard trolley so we're going to be able to enforce these rules through quitting guidelines on internet service providers to not. Throttle internet services or put hi Laying or anyone who pays a different amount. For service lesser says the only real. Pushback against legislation is that the language wasn't strong enough Rothbart your KNX ten seventy NewsRadio well it's been a wild weather, week for much of the country, floods in the. East fires here in the west and at least one tornado in New England meteorologist Jacob wycoff says New England. Has seen an uptick in tornadoes this year, we've had three New Hampshire three in Massachusetts and six in Connecticut well above. Average for this area compare that to the heart of tornado alley Oklahoma the same number at least one woman. Was injured when a twister touchdown in. Webster Massachusetts that is near the. Connecticut border March for out lives activists gathered outside NRA headquarters in Virginia today they're taking part in a. Row to change tour honoring victims of gun violence suits from Marjory stoneman Douglas high school and parents have victims are demanding change thousand. Three The year my daughter was born Smith and Wesson didn't make a single AR fifteen for personal use last year they. Produced almost five hundred thousand and they were only one of several manufacturers they did seventeenth students and staff members were. Killed, at Marjory stoneman Douglas high school in Florida earlier this year LA police conducted two checkpoints aimed at discouraging driving, while impaired the checkpoints at per Thenia stream. Balboa and north hills, in Santa Monica boulevard and western in east Hollywood officers. Looking for drivers who are impaired by alcohol marijuana even prescription drugs. Police, said the DUI checkpoints and, saturation patrols have proven to lower the number of, people killed and, injured in alcoholics or drug impaired crashes there is a problem on, the four or five southbound tiny is going to tell you. About it when she looks traffic coming. Up, in about two minutes when.

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"tornado alley" Discussed on The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe

The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"tornado alley" Discussed on The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe

"Yeah tornado alley that's where most of them occur not very many in connecticut but that to the total that one is science the single deadliest tornado ever in the world history corden bangladesh ninetynine killing over one thousand three hundred people you guys all also think that one is science and that one is science no sweep remember eighteen eighty nine yeah and it's right yeah good cord like all the deadliest whatever like hurricane doesn't that they usually do occur in bangladesh that part of the world because as you say care they don't have basements to go into they don't have the infrastructure for it so it does a lot more damage but that's measured thirteen hundred people dying in one brief event did after what we saw those steve understand oh absolutely and we we experienced the the smallest possible tornado you know and the coverage damaged did all right let's go back to number three the largest tornado on record less for three and a half hours and travel over seventy miles per hour if that were true and it didn't just hover that means it would left a path of destruction something like two hundred eighty six miles long or something like that which is exactly what happened because this one is signed that is a nightmare we talk an f five oh absolutely this weird we're happen it happened in america how how many many and five three and a half hours that's so scary oh my gosh that is like the movie twister like the nightmares not ending figure that whatever energy fuels a tornado would be discharged wing before three and a half hours yes it was enough five.

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The dad hit teen bully says believes he is not a bully himself.

Online Trading Academy

00:48 sec | 2 years ago

The dad hit teen bully says believes he is not a bully himself.

"I'm karen mchugh president trump for the second straight year opted out of the white house correspondents dinner in washington dc porn star says when she's about to have sex with the trump let's get this over with median michelle wolf during the roasting instead the president held to get out the vote style rally in washington township michigan we gotta go out and we got fight like cal and we got to win the house so we got to win the senate spring tornado season in the mid west has been unusually quiet this year but that could change by mid week this is a look at wednesday afternoon we're looking at the potential for a big severe weather situation actually monday tuesday and wednesday wednesday i think we'll be the biggest day of it possibly some big tornadoes and we haven't had a lot of that especially here across tornado alley this likely the the big david heading into may biggest severe weather months of the year everybody needs to be watching it closely meteorologist rick rick fox news.

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"tornado alley" Discussed on Geek News Central Audio

Geek News Central Audio

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"tornado alley" Discussed on Geek News Central Audio

"On articles kirk but so far so good there's a lot of i'm calling me easter egg stuff that are going to be in the show notes that i don't cover in the shows especially deals today cut through as many of the deals as i could to save on total content space so definitely look through the the show notes to find those deals and the great ones but one of them that i didn't cut out his wireless headphones at ten bucks and it's from smart told me it's the half one bluetooth neck band earphone for nine dollars and ninety cents there's a promo code that you get with it and see nets got a pretty good review on it and they say the pretty awesome for for ten bucks she can't beat it also security is important right now so the folks over at injured central are reporting in the best chrome extensions to protect your online privacy and security sir there's a list of of of different ones the one i liked the best is you block origin that was turned onto me by believed jack suggested this maverick so many sites now are complaining they bring up this big editor you wrote the turn your adblocker off to read the content so some sites of put in roadblocks for gaining access to it when i see that happen guess what i do i closed the browser at don't go to their website because you're going to force me to turn my adblocker off i don't need to read your content severe weather and android everything you need to know of course most phones have a lot of this default a loaded in but right in the thick of tornado season for those of you that live in tornado alley and hurricane season is just you know several months away and we can't know severe weather this how severe the weather will be this season of course we've already seen some weird stuff but three great apps are weather essentials tornado and severe thunderstorms hurricanes and severe weather specifically excess raise as well so much.

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"tornado alley" Discussed on Geek News Central

Geek News Central

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"tornado alley" Discussed on Geek News Central

"On articles kirk but so far so good there's a lot of i'm calling me easter egg stuff that are going to be in the show notes that i don't cover in the shows especially deals today cut through as many of the deals as i could to save on total content space so definitely look through the the show notes to find those deals and the great ones but one of them that i didn't cut out his wireless headphones at ten bucks and it's from smart told me it's the half one bluetooth neck band earphone for nine dollars and ninety cents there's a promo code that you get with it and see nets got a pretty good review on it and they say the pretty awesome for for ten bucks she can't beat it also security is important right now so the folks over at injured central are reporting in the best chrome extensions to protect your online privacy and security sir there's a list of of of different ones the one i liked the best is you block origin that was turned onto me by believed jack suggested this maverick so many sites now are complaining they bring up this big editor you wrote the turn your adblocker off to read the content so some sites of put in roadblocks for gaining access to it when i see that happen guess what i do i closed the browser at don't go to their website because you're going to force me to turn my adblocker off i don't need to read your content severe weather and android everything you need to know of course most phones have a lot of this default a loaded in but right in the thick of tornado season for those of you that live in tornado alley and hurricane season is just you know several months away and we can't know severe weather this how severe the weather will be this season of course we've already seen some weird stuff but three great apps are weather essentials tornado and severe thunderstorms hurricanes and severe weather specifically excess raise as well so much.

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