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"tropical storm claudette" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Is make people trust the system less, Rodriguez says. It creates unnecessary penalties that could entangle even more people in the justice system. Veronica Water is 95.5 WSB. The total number of tornadoes spawned by Tropical Storm Claudette is now seven. They included three in Mississippi, too, and Alabama and one each in Georgia and North Carolina. The twister in southwest Georgia stretch for about 30 miles and caused mostly tree damage. At least 13 people were killed in the storms, including 10 in a crash on rain soaked I 65 near Montgomery, Alabama. Double DS reduced time. 7 41. It is 19 minutes till the hour spring up to data on weather and traffic is pretty unusual. Be this cool this time of the year, Channel two action news meteorologist Brad Niche Jackson this morning, but we'll take it. It's a nice change. He had no doubt about an average low this time of year. 70. We typically have these warm, muggy summer mornings, but We cold front came through yesterday brought the much drier air and with the low humidity we've fallen into the fifties and many spots this morning. We keep the low humidity mostly sunny sky this afternoon at a high of 84. How about that? Advertise 88 Tomorrow Partly cloudy low 67 high 83 was state. Partly cloudy and dry on Friday Low 66 high 85 some scattered showers and storms back this weekend. I'll update that five day forecast about five minutes right now. We have fallen to 58 degrees in Marietta, Decatur, You're 59 58, Stockbridge, 58 Noonan and we're 63 on Peachtree Street. I'm Channel two action news meteorologist Brad Knit 95.5 WSB back to the morning Drive now on our traffic teams, led by Mark McKay trouble sometimes, too, between Snellville and the East Side perimeter on Highway 78 6 vehicles involved in the crash. Highway 78 West bound East Park Place.
"tropical storm claudette" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Some of the measures highlights included automatically registering people to vote and requiring two weeks of early voting. This is the Senate continues to work on an infrastructure package. In a statement, the White House said today's meeting was productive. But more work needs to be done. And they expect the team to meet again later today or tomorrow. The so called Delta variant of Covid 19 1st, detected in India now represents 20% of all infections in the U. S Good news how vaccines are effective. Against the Delta, very White House medical advisor Dr Anthony Fauci. But he says this could mean the U. S. Is following the U. K where the variant could become the more dominant form of the virus to rapid spread among young people. The covert response team also saying the U. S. Will not reach President Biden's goal of having 70% of Americans vaccinated by July, 4th. The Justice Department has taken down several websites linked to Iranian disinformation, a national security source tells Fox News on Wall Street. The Dow plus 68. America is listening to Fox News. Five Oh three at news Radio one Oh 55. W E. R C a week after a deadly workplace shooting at the Mueller plant in Albertville employees have returned to work the company offering counseling services to anybody struggling. They've donated $100,000 to set up the Albertville Survivors Fund. A man from Silicon Go riding his motorcycle killed when he hit a cow in the road. The victim, identified as 36 year old Robert actually, the town of Bruton, still reeling from a tornado that hit when Tropical Storm Claudette made landfall. At least seven homes were destroyed. Jacqueline Jackson describes her experience seeing.
Youth Home Exec Says 'Words Cannot Explain' Alabama Crash
"They use home executive says words cannot explain and Alabama crash the chief executive of a youth home in rural Alabama says the community is working toward healing after eight of its children were killed in a fiery crash during the rains of tropical storm Claudette Michael Smith said that the Gulf coast trip had been a highlight for the children and otherwise tough times Smith said that those affiliated with the youth home or working through a state of grief through prayer two of the ranch directors children for residents and two gas were among the dead in the Saturday crash that killed ten people a total of fourteen deaths have been blamed on the storm I'm Walter Ratliff
"tropical storm claudette" Discussed on WTOP
"People were hurt their tropical storm Claudette is being blamed for more than a dozen deaths in Alabama, most of them kids. CBS is Jesse Mitchell is there, the volunteer firefighter and nine month old are among 10 dead on the highway near Greenville, Alabama. It is a tragedy for Alabama is a national tragedy when you lose this many Children, the other eight, all traveling together in a van from the Tallapoosa County Girls Ranch, a nonprofit that provides a home for neglected or abused Children. There's no words It can describe the laws the kids ranging from 3 to 17. We're heading back to the ranch after a week at the beach. The White House says the expected Senate failure tomorrow of a Democratic push for election reform will be just the beginning of the fight. The Senate version of the For the People Act would, among other things, expand mail in voting and early voting, notably in states that have recently passed new restrictions. With moderate Democrat Joe Manchin opposed. It is expected to fall short of a majority in tomorrow's test vote. But White House press secretary Jen Psaki says the party's voting rights push will go on the president's effort to continue. That fight doesn't stop tomorrow at all. This will be a fight of his presidency. Stephen Portnoy CBS News The White House Covid 19 deaths in the US have dipped below 300 a day for the first time since the early days of March. 2020 and CBS's Steve Futterman says the pen The bank may have also changed the way we dress. Many highbrow, pricey restaurants with dress requirements are changing because of Covid 19 in New York, a number of locations that once mandated men to wear a sports coach are allowing them to simply were shirts. In the past a male customer who came in to have lunch or dinner but wasn't wearing a jacket would be given a loner. But with Covid concerns, the idea of wearing a jacket that some stranger may have just worn isn't acceptable anymore. Reporter Felix Light is in Russia with the latest on an American's death there. A Russian court has arranged a suspect in the murder of Kathryn Saru, a 34 year old American woman whose body was found in Woods Saturday. Former Marine SARU had been studying from Masters degree in the city of Nizhny, North Korea, 250 Miles east of Moscow. Saru had texted her mother moments before going missing Tuesday, saying that she was in a car with a stranger and hope that she wasn't being abducted. The Dow was up 5 60, NASDAQ up 1 15. This is CBS News. This hour's newscast is presented by Rocket mortgage when you want the ability to adjust your loan options in real time rocket can Three Oh three w T. O p. On this Monday June 21st 2021 1st full day of summer and it is hot 91 degrees in Washington. Good afternoon. I'm Sean Anderson and I'm Hillary Howard. Our top local stories. We're following this hour begin in Montgomery County. That's where random reviews of police body camera videos are being proposed. The move comes after elected officials learned about an incident involved. Police who handcuffed and screamed at a five year old boy. More than a year after it happened, videos are reviewed. Right now. There are thousands of hours of police interactions with the public that are captured. But Montgomery County Council president Tom Hucker says more needs to be done to address transparency and accountability. He points to a January 2020 video of two officers who handcuffed and screamed at a five year old boy, Hucker says county officials and the police chief Marcus Jones were only made aware of the incident 14 months after it happened. Tucker says his proposed bill would call for random reviews and monthly updates to the police chief of any internal affairs investigations into possible criminal use of force or harassment cases. Kate Ryan w T. O P News 304 following a lawmaker's family tragedy, more help is now on the way from Marylanders struggling with mental health issues and thoughts of suicide. A new program starts next month. It is named after the son of representative Jamie Raskin, who died by suicide late last year. We don't want to lose anybody else. And so my family is just really happy that Tommy is being honored. In this way. The Tommy Raskin Act will allow Maryland residents that are struggling with mental health to opt into a program through Maryland, 211 in the Department of Health. They will periodically check in with those that sign up and provide additional mental health resources. It was the first bill signed into law by Governor Larry Hogan this year were also ensuring That his name will forever be a symbol of hope for others who are struggling with mental health issues in Annapolis, Luke Luke er w. T O P news new this afternoon..
Tropical Storm Claudette Blamed for at Least 12 Deaths
"tropical storm claudette" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Was a crash at the Eisenhower that's just been cleared. 80 94 eastbound brake lights from route 3 94 decal, You matter to construction and the on ramp to the Borman from Indianapolis Boulevard is closed for that work as well. Five people hurt one of them critically, after a tornado hit the Naperville Woodridge area last night. Line of severe weather blew through at about 11 30, spawning at least one tornado confirmed So far there is significant damage to homes and buildings in that area and a neighbouring suburbs comments saying that thousands are still without power this morning. Rotation and spotty damage. Also reported from Kane Ville to Aurora. Brief rotation was reported in the Addison area and from northern Downers Grove to Hinsdale and the playing field as well. North Carolina is bracing for possible tornadoes today after Tropical Storm Claudette took 13 lives in Alabama. 10 of those happened in a freeway crash. Eight kids were in a van headed home from a beach vacation. They collided with an SUV that had a father and baby inside. A woman died in a separate crash, a man and three year old also killed when a tree fell on their house. The storm was downgraded to a tropical depression but regained tropical storm strength overnight. And the nation's first cruise in 15 months is underway. Royal Caribbean's Freedom of the Seas set sail from Miami last night and returns tomorrow. It has about 600 passengers traveling with the crew fully vaccinated against Covid 19. The short test trip is required by the CDC so that cruises can fully restart next month. The company says this will prove its new safety protocols work, calling the voyage a very important moment. WGN Sports Now Cleveland in town facing the Cubs at Wrigley first Pitch at 705 Tonight, White Sox are off today They start a series against the Pirates tomorrow. The forecast from the permissible weather center today mostly cloudy skies. A few showers are possible throughout the afternoon. High 73 Gusting winds 10 to 15 Miles an hour.
"tropical storm claudette" Discussed on AP News
"8 to 10 inches, she says. There'll be some isolated flooding before it's over. Conditions will be improving across eastern North Carolina throughout the morning, as Claudette continues to track to the North and east. A tornado slammed into suburban Chicago overnight. We hearing of some injuries in Naperville, though we don't have any details. I'm Rita Foley. I'm Rita Foley with an A P news minute. The weather is a challenge. This is the storm that's blamed for 13 deaths in Alabama. The National Weather Services Larra Pagano says the storm dumped a lot of rain over the weekend areas of 5 to 10. Isolated 15 inch amounts across portions of the central Gulf Coast and then across portions of Alabama. Even interior Alabama. There was With some locations that saw 8 to 10 inches, she says. There'll be some isolated flooding before it's over. Conditions will be improving across eastern North Carolina throughout the morning as Claudette continues to track to the north and east tornadoes. I'm Rita Foley. This is a P news. I'm Rita follow early, clawed at the storm blamed for killing 13 people in Alabama is regaining strength this morning and is expected to ramp up into a tropical storm as it nears the coast of the Carolinas. The National Weather Service says the Northeast could see severe storms today. Pacific Northwest may see record breaking heat. A tornado hit suburban Chicago overnight. Some injuries reported in Naperville that we don't have any details. Video shows big trees down and damage to homes and vehicles. The director of a hospital in Massachusetts says they haven't seen anything like this in.
"tropical storm claudette" Discussed on AP News
"All about it on a P. Correspondent Alanna Durkin. Richard reports that the footage in the various videos offset congressional Republicans who have been downplaying the attack. The release of this video comes as some Republicans in Washington increasingly try to downplay what happened. On January six, the Senate Republicans blocked a bipartisan inquiry into what happened. And some lawmakers have even defended the rioters. More than 480 people face federal charges for their roles in the attack, which followed a speech by former President Donald Trump. I'm Tim Maguire Coronavirus update. I'm Ed Donahue with an A P news minute stocks finished lower the Dow down 533 points. President Biden says a milestone was reached. Thanks to this wartime response. We've gotten three 100 million shots in the arms of Americans in 150 days. Months ahead of what most anyone thought was possible when we started, But the president is in danger of failing to meet his target to have 70% of Americans at least partially vaccinated by the Fourth of July in a little over two weeks. The president says variants of the virus are another threat. The best way to protect yourself against these variants. To get fully vaccinated. So please, please. If you have one shot, get the second shot as soon as you can. So you're fully vaccinated. The Biden administration is in the middle of a month long blitz to combat vaccine hesitancy and the lack of urgency. Some people feel to get the shots, especially in the South and the Midwest. I'm Ed Donahue. This is a P news. I'm Rita Foley. Millions of Americans are dealing with the effects of bad weather today. Overnight, a tornado slammed through suburban Chicago, damaging homes, toppling trees, knocking out power and causing some injuries. At least four people were heard in Naperville, about a half hour west of Chicago, where some homes were damaged. This morning. The storm that killed 13 people in Alabama, including eight Children, powered up again and move toward the Carolinas. Tropical Storm Claudette and the National Weather Service says the Pacific Northwest may see record breaking heat today. If you want to go to the Tokyo Olympics in July, you may be out of luck. Will only allow a limited number of local fans to attend the games. And even that is drawing push back in this pandemic era. Here's our Charles holiday asthma. The move goes against the country's top medical advisor, who has recommended the safest process during the Covid 19 pandemic is to go without any fans fans from abroad who banned several months ago. Now, Japanese organizers have set a limit of 50% of capacity up to a maximum of 10,000 fans for all Olympic venues. Officials say fans will be under strict rules. Will not be allowed to cheer must wear masks and are being told to go straight home after events and our Ben Thomas reports that here at home some New England hospitals are delaying or rescheduling surgeries because of a shortage of blood donations during the pandemic. One doctor at U Mass Memorial Health says they haven't seen anything like this. In 30 or 40 years, Israel has eased some restrictions on the Gaza Strip that have threatened the ceasefires, say Palestinian officials. Hamas, however, said the move was really an attempt by Israel to pressure Hamas into making concessions. This is a P news Will Smith has a new memoir? Almost. Here's our Oscar Welles Gabriel with Will Smith's labor of love, as he calls it. Now, this is a story all about how.
Tropical Depression Claudette Kills at Least 12 in Alabama
"Least 12 people were killed as a result of tropical Storm Claudette, which drenched parts of the southeast with torrential rain over the weekend. Correspondent Clayton Neville reports during the storm 10 people died in a fiery crash on an Alabama highway. Claudette dropped as much as 12 inches of rain along the Mississippi Gulf Coast. Parts of Alabama and Georgia also got hammer. Flash flood watches lasted through the weekend, a 24 year old man and a three year old boy reportedly killed when a tree fell on their house outside Tuscaloosa. And in Butler County, a horrific crash about 35 miles south of Montgomery on Interstate 65, 9 Children and one adult dead. A van from a youth home for abused or neglected Children, was carrying eight of the victims. The adult driver of that van survived, but it's believed her four and 16 year old kids died in the crash. 29 year old man and his nine month old daughter also killed. Authorities believe the vehicles likely hydroplaned on wet roads. More than a dozen were involved and several fully engulfed in flames. It's a tragedy not only for ranches, it's not only a tragedy for Alabama It's a national strategy, Michael Smith, the CEO of the Alabama sheriff's youth Ranches, told ABC News. The vans from the Tallapoosa County Girls Ranch in Camp Hill. It was coming back from Gulf Shores where the kids went for a vacation. They all wrote me a little sticky nose and oh, But the sticking those over my office saying Now they look forward to being down there and and they end together. He told ABC. He was able to make the trip to visit the girls for a few days before the crash. I can't tell you what it meant to me. And and I just know in my heart that it meant something to them A go fund me account now set up for Tallapoosa County Girls Ranch to help offset the funeral costs and counseling. As for Claudette, the system continues to move east with potential for more heavy
Tropical Storm Claudette Wreaks Havoc, at Least 12 Dead
"tropical storm claudette" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"Prematurely deliver information that we don't know to be a fact because Then we're not doing our part of the law enforcement agency and providing our community with what they deserve and what they deserved answers for this, but we need their patients while we gather those. The president of the Fort Lauderdale Gay men's chorus has stated that the driver involved with a member of the chorus and believes the incident was an accident. The Department of Veteran Affairs will be moving towards offering transgender veterans Gender confirmation surgery this Saturday at a Pride month event in Orlando Secretary Denis McDonough announced at the decision is part of an effort to overcome a dark history of Discrimination against LGBT beacuse service members. The change also comes from the Biden administration's effort to expand protections and benefits to transgender individuals serving in the military. The head of the Miami Convention and Visitors Bureau applause the federal judge's ruling regarding the CDC, cruise ships sailing orders. You don't hear of any problems, so we're clean and safe, and we fully expect that to continue on the cruise ships. Judge Mary Day granted a preliminary injunction blocking the CDC is sailing order that required cruise ships to have certain covid protocols in place before sailing. Tropical Storm Claudette continues bringing heavy rains to Florida this weekend residents and pace Florida reported a possible twister that cause damage to multiple homes, including tearing off the roofs of two homes. According to the National Hurricane Center. Claudia has weakened and is now considered a tropical depression. The mayor of Apalachicola has died early Saturday morning. Kevin Bagels has been suffering from a heart valve deficiency. Since last May, he had been receiving treatment in Panama City and at the Mayo Clinic in Jacksonville. With Florida News. I'm Jessica Baron. Hey, guys..
"tropical storm claudette" Discussed on AP News
"Powered by Doordash now at Macy's savings on regular sale, clearance prices, exclusions apply. I'm Ben Thomas with an A P news minute. Tropical Storm Claudette is doing damage across the deep south. In Alabama. Authorities report a suspected tornado demolished her badly damaged at least 50 homes just north of the Florida border. The storms rains have triggered flooding in Louisiana and Mississippi. Meanwhile, a withering heat wave in the West with temperatures 110 and above across much of California, Nevada and Arizona AP correspondent Julie Walker Death Valley has been breaking records all week as the hottest place in the nation. Temperatures hit 128 degrees Thursday. 1 24 Friday. It's hot here, but we get close to this all the time. Ben Castle has been living there for 15 years. You do adapt a little bit. But you never get used to it. He manages Panamint Springs Resort. There's a lot of people that I think are foregoing travel here because of the heat advisories, But for those that are braving it, Um you know, they're surprised by the heat. They just hosted a group of motorcyclists and they Just hose themselves off before getting on their bikes to continue the read through Death Valley completely soaking all their clothes. Castle says they were dry in five minutes, thanks to the death Valley Heat. I'm Julie Walker in coronavirus News. Brazil's health minister says the official death toll from Covid 19 there has now passed 500,000 people. That's second only to the U. S. Government reports just 11.4%.
"tropical storm claudette" Discussed on AP News
"Geico Great service without all the drama and Thomas with an A P news minute. Tropical Storm Claudette is doing damage across the deep south. In Alabama. Authorities report a suspected tornado demolished or badly damaged at least 50 homes just north of the Florida border. Storms. Rains have triggered flooding in Louisiana and Mississippi, meanwhile, a withering heat wave in the west with temperatures 110 and above across much of California, Nevada and Arizona. If he correspondent Julie Walker Death Valley has been breaking records all week as the hottest place in the nation. Temperatures hit 128 degrees Thursday. 1 24 Friday. It's hot here, but we get close to this all the time. Ben Castle has been living there for 15 years. You do adapt a little bit. But you never get used to it. He manages Panamint Springs Resort. There's a lot of people that I think are foregoing travel here because of the heat advisories, But for those that are braving it, Um you know, they're surprised by the heat. They just hosted a group of motorcyclists and they Just hose themselves off before getting on their bikes to continue the read through Death Valley completely soaking all their clothes. Castle says they were dry in five minutes, thanks to the death Valley Heat. I'm Julie Walker in coronavirus News. Brazil's health minister says the official death toll from Covid 19 there has now passed 500,000 people. That's second only to the U. S. Government reports just 11.4%.
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Tropical Storm Claudette Batters the South
"Storm Claudette is downgraded to a tropical depression but is being blamed for two tornadoes. The tornado in southern Alabama cause three injuries and damaged several homes. Another tornado was confirmed in pace, Florida earlier in the day. Officials warned the storm could contribute to coastal flooding, dangerous rip currents and gusty
"tropical storm claudette" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"And roofing. It guaranteed every day. Affordable prices does it window world of boston dot com. That's window world of Boston dot com. And now the four day WBC AccuWeather forecast We could see a thunderstorm in spots early tonight, then Patchy clouds tomorrow Father's Day warm and hot, but the good news is not as humid as what we saw. Today We'll see a mix of clouds and sunshine highs averaging about 86 nineties inland eighties on the beaches might be a good beach day for dad Monday. Hot and humid that humidity returning highs around 90 upper seventies on the Cape and islands and right now checking the region. We have 90 in Medford. It's 88 degrees in Randolph. Mostly cloudy 90 degrees in Boston. It's 406 alright with those temperatures expected to approach and sometimes succeed, night exceed 90 degrees. That is over the next several days. There is a warning out from the Massachusetts Department of Recreation. It's all about water safety. WBC's art Cohen tells us about it didn't take long. Friday was the first day of the season for lifeguards at Salisbury Beach in five of them were called to duty to rescue three people from rip currents. On Thursday to Children and their parents, who were rescued from rip currents by good Samaritans at the beach and in Sharon 11 year old Arte tumor helped rescue two boys who were in trouble on lake massive fog. This is Sharon police Lieutenant Kevin Bishop, a complete stranger to him and his family, and they took it upon themselves to help this individual out. But there will not always be someone to the rescue. As the warm weather descends. Officials at the Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation are warning swimmers to be careful. Children should not swim alone. Anyone caught in a rip current his advice to swim across the car in parallel to the beach, and not against the current Art Cohen, WBZ, Boston's news radio and in Louisiana. Tropical Storm Claudette, causing flooding the third named Atlantic Storm of the season, made landfall overnight with strong winds and heavy rain could bring up to 15 inches of rain in some area areas that is from Louisiana to the Florida Panhandle. It's for seven and time now for business news. Here's Bloomberg Business Cars on U. S Roads are as old as ever in January, the average vehicle age rose to a record of just above 12 years. I H s Markets. Todd Campo says pandemic factors.
"tropical storm claudette" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission
"That's our in news. I'm Ron Dirac Stra a dangerously hot weekend in the West. National Weather Service meteorologist Dan Peterson says several records expected be broken today, with temperatures reaching 110 and above records are possible today in the San Joaquin Valley. And so the Arizona deserts there several spots that look at 1 10 215 like Las Vegas. This force has to be 113 today and and that would Because of the calling that occurs by the time again into Tuesday and Wednesday, So release us on the way for Tuesday and Wednesday. Scientists and health care experts say the record breaking temperatures this week or a weather emergency with He ain't responsible for more deaths in the US than all other natural disasters combined. Also, it s r n news dot com Tropical Storm Claudette is formed in the U. S Gulf Coast area, bringing heavy rains and flooding the coastal states, Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama. Letting has already begun overnight last night into this morning, local reports of high water over roads and stranded vehicles. Hardliner who runs Iran's judiciary is now going to be its next President, Ibrahim racy 1 17.8 million votes out of the 28.6 million cast in Friday's election that dominates the other three candidates. Two of them were hardliners and the other one was the former central bank chief of Iran's relatively moderate.
"tropical storm claudette" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"173 FM and am 5 80. This is Wdbo. Orlando turns first for breaking news, weather and traffic. I should have my video all just rusty McRaney big time heat as we head over the weekend. We'll get that in the rain chance coming up. I'm Dave. All wdbo interactive weather radar shows no range of some clouds. It's hazy. 88 feels like 98 in Orlando Guardian dressed, it continues in a few minutes do this hour, five people injured in a shooting in Minneapolis. All of those injured listed as Non life threatening, so final suspect in custody looks like a normal Saturday afternoon in New Orleans right now in factory and even some see some blue sky on traffic cams. Tropical Storm Claudette came ashore south of the big Easy this morning. It has moved into the Northeast. Forecasters say Claudette is a rainmaker right now over Alabama. Amazon's annual prime day starts Monday, but Target is offering some deal starting tomorrow. Other stores like WalMart are also jumping in this year with their own online specials. 1 32, a wdbo 173 FM and AM 5 80. Hey, it's Sean Hannity and you are listening to Wdbo where Orlando turns for breaking news, weather and traffic 24 hours a day. Weather brought to you by protect air conditioning and plumbing services. It will be a cloudy hot, muggy afternoon across central Florida daytime high today of 92, but it feels like temperature up to one. Oh, two and a couple of spots. Just a 30% chance for a late day shower For tonight. Mostly cloudy skies will kick off tomorrow morning with lows in the upper seventies. Then for your Sunday look for 40% Chance for showers Storm on our Father's day and a high of 89 I'm Shannon, Navy urologist Rusty McRaney. Mm. Now, 173 FM and am 5 80. They've touch security, triple team traffic looking at a crash in Seminole County right now, I four westbound right near the Williamson Road overpass. This crash is off to the right shoulder. But we have delays Even before you get to Lake Mary Boulevard Further down the line.
"tropical storm claudette" Discussed on KTRH
"To I 10 East Freeway. I'm procedurals locate carriage dot com 24 Hour Traffic center. It will be a hot afternoon on this Saturday with Sunshine wins out of the west at behind your 97 degrees. That heat index may climb up into the triple digits at times. Partly cloudy overnight. The low 77 partly cloudy starting off other state tomorrow that a few thunderstorms may develop into the afternoon. High of 94 Scattered thunderstorms Monday were behind the low nineties. A meteorologist Jeff Mar, from the weather Channel 93 at the John more services Ktrh 24 Hour Weather Center. It's 12 31. Our top story today is Juneteenth. The Galveston parade starts at one and fireworks are at 8 30. Tonight we could get rip currents as tropical Storm Claudette brings heavy rain to the southeast. Possibility of tornadoes. No paychecks for Texas State legislators governor Abbott is following through on his threatened vetoed the portion of the budget that funds legislative salaries. As well as that of their staffs at the after the Democrats walked out last month, and President Biden's dog champ, died today. News on demand at ktrh dot com We'll have another update at one I'm Nikki Courtney on Houston's news, weather and traffic station. NewsRadio 7 40 ktrh. Puffs. We've always taken pride in protecting noses. Bless you. And this month, we want to help everyone take pride and well, protecting pride because even though celebrations might be a little.
"tropical storm claudette" Discussed on WTOP
"Gift from golf them in Tysons Corner or engulfed in dot com. Golf them live the game. I'm Rob Stallworth. W T o P traffic NOW to storm team for meteorologist Lauryn Ricketts. Better chance of storms today, then tomorrow But again, it's going to be hot and humid this weekend. We're going to be in the mid topper eighties. Today, Low nineties for your father's day, so keep an eye to the sky this afternoon. We'll have some scattered showers and thunderstorms, some of which could be strong, more isolated chance to marble still have a few out there and we'll keep chances on Monday showers on Tuesday. Back in the eighties with falling humidity. On Tuesday. I'm storm team for meteorologist Lauryn Ricketts 78 degrees in Annapolis, 76 in buoy and 70 Foreign Bristowe at 11 30. This is w t. O p your source for today's top news, traffic and weather always connected and constantly updated. W T o p Never miss a moment. W T O P s top news is brought to you by van Meter Homes Find a home. That's right for you at Van Meter Homes, Qamar Good morning. I'm Sandy Kozel. Thomas Robertson is our producer. Coming up. Tropical Storm Claudette is bringing heavy rain to the Gulf Coast. Iran's hardline judiciary chief wins the country's presidential election in a landslide victory. What we're slaves promised on June team I'm Stephanie Gaines Bryant w T o p News time. 11 31 Heavy rain and powerful winds from Tropical Storm Claudette are bearing down on the already storm weary central Gulf Coast. System is moving north at about 12 MPH maximum sustained winds. 45 MPH, CBS news correspondent, Omar Via Franca is in Biloxi, Mississippi. The winds were also whipping around 50 Mile an hour gusts. Yeah were reported. We're also some tornado warnings overnight, but that has expired. Currently. Right now, there are a few flash flooding warnings going on in the area. A few road rain clouds are still in the area. What they're doing right now is keeping an eye on the rivers because after everything drains, it's gonna go on the rivers. Police responded to high water rescues throughout the night in Slidell, Louisiana, just north of New Orleans..
"tropical storm claudette" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"This Live from NPR news. I'm Kyle Snyder. Tropical Storm Claudette is bringing severe weather to coastal Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama. Eric Blake is with the National Hurricane Center in Miami has and we want to emphasize is The risk of heavy rainfall. 5 to 10 inches with isolated totals of 15 inches are possible across portions of the central Gulf Coast. We also expect life threatening flash floods. Possibly from coastal Mississippi, Alabama and the far Western Florida Panhandle. Flash flood warnings and watches are up across the coastal region, and forecasters say Claudette could stir out tornadoes. Claudette is forecast weakened into a depression tonight. Meanwhile, in the Pacific Tropical storm to lure is expected to make landfall along the west central coast of Mexico later this evening. As a heat wave continues to sweep across the West. Volunteers in one of Colorado's hardest hit cities are working to help help keep on housed people. Cool Colorado public radio Stina Sieg reports. Grand Junction is home to Western Colorado's largest population oven housed people and they've been dealing with temperatures above 100 degrees for about a week now. Stephanie, Uh, Vasquez heads the nonprofit mutual aid partners is distributing refillable water bottles, sunscreen and other supplies. What if you drove past a person and you could have given them some water and prevented them from dying? In this extreme weather right now, that is very, very possible If somebody's already dehydrated and malnutrition that that could happen, the National Weather Service expects higher than normal temperatures in the area for at least another week. For NPR News. I'm Stina Sieg in GRAND Junction, Colorado. Iran is getting a new president. State media say Abraham and greasy, won by a.
Tropical Storm Claudette Makes Landfall in Louisiana
"Storm Claudette has formed over Louisiana. The third named Atlantic Storm of the season, has made landfall near New Orleans. The National Hurricane Center says Claudette could bring up to 15 inches of rain in some areas from Louisiana to the Florida Panhandle.
"tropical storm claudette" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"The low nineties. Today, Upper nineties by the end of the weekend. Hurley skies are mostly clear in 77 degrees. The news radio 1200 w O A. I Well. Metrohealth is issuing a heat advisory for the weekend as temperatures continue decline well into the nineties, Bayr County and the city of San Antonio, both operating cooling centers available for residents who need to get out of the heat. The Electric Reliability Council of Texas as the state's power grid is stable, but they still want Texas to conserve energy. Through today, and Erica's spokeswoman says it looks like the conservation appeal could in today as scheduled regard called for a cut back on electricity usage. On Monday, after on schedule, repairs shut down more than the usual number of power place just as temperatures were rising. There's a storm brewing in the Gulf of Mexico this morning, and it could have an impact on Louisiana and areas off to the east, where tropical storm warnings are now underway for what may turn into be Tropical Storm Claudette. This storm is poorly organized, and the National Hurricane Center thinks the center could make landfall in Louisiana overnight. Tonight. The heaviest rains are well to the east, prompting a tropical storm warning through big parts of the Florida Panhandle. This storm could generate 4 to 8 inches of rain. Isolated spots could be swamped with a foot conditions are expected to deteriorate throughout the day as the system moves closer to shore. I'm Rory O Neill, Texas Governor Greg Abbott used the Alamo and the story.
Tropical Storm Warning in Effect as Storm Barrels Toward Gulf Coast
"Center issued a tropical storm warning ahead of a system swirling in the Gulf across central Gulf Coast, Southern Mississippi and Louisiana. Flood alerts are starting to pop for what will likely be tropical Storm Claudette that works towards Louisiana coasts late Friday night early Saturday morning, mid
"tropical storm claudette" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
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