31 Burst results for "Twenty Four Inches"
Going All In on Sleep Hygiene
"I love what you wrote here you do in our in our little prep document. He said okay. Gone all in on my sleep hygiene. Those words are music to my ears. Well you know I wrote this document before I went to bed last night and then last night was just in party with Mehan insomnia just a sexy dance between the two of us but it was okay. I figured it out I worked through it. I would say insomnia is probably not the maybe it is the right term but just I had a really hard time falling asleep. I could not do it last night. I did all my little things that I try but then finally I've mentioned this on a recent episode of here for you but I got mentioned again. A listener recommended something called good day. Chocolate sleep supplement candy coated pieces with one milligram of Melatonin per piece. Now got some in a grocery order. I should tell you Dorie yes I ordered it. I had done like a whole foods pickup order. Okay and I put this on my list thinking it'd be like a big bottle of vitamins. It is eight pieces of. Oh my gosh. It's so tiny. It's literally like the size of an a little cardboard box the size of an eraser that you get an elementary school. It's a very small. Wow or eight pieces of chocolate and I've already had two of them last night. So like you now loops and I just dropped. What on my desk so just FYI. I I don't know I need to do a little more research on if I can acquire more but they are basically giant chocolate eminem like candies that have Melatonin in them and at one thirty last night I took to them and that did help me transition into sleeping. Okay do you know. Do you know why you weren't able to fall asleep last night. Okay as I confessed to. You already pre recording. I was doing the thing where a looked at my phone late. Yeah and I regret it. I deeply regret it. So let me let me. May I fill listeners? In on kind of just what? I'm Lee the steps. I am taking s please. I would like nothing. So our we've talked about sleep hygiene a lot on forever thirty five and I have always found it to be a struggle and I've had sleep issues in the past and they go hand in hand with my anxiety so i. It's pretty clear to me that this is pandemic related. Yes omnia and stress like I know what it is and I do feel very fortunate that like while I do have to wake up and work and take care of my family. It's not like I have to wake up and be at an office eight o'clock so because when I used to get this kind of sleep. Insomniac used to be at work at eight and it would be this kind of like all night panic about it So so that is. That is very lucky for me. I feel like right now. That is that does help. But I'm trying to figure out ways in which to not Trigger this kind of bedtime sleeping Zayed's so the one thing I need to do that I think really helps get off my phone about an hour before I plan on falling asleep. Okay and that is hard for me because like when I go to wash my face a bring my phone okay. Do you do this studio the no? I put my phone away before I start my whole bedtime routine brain. It's like I want be looking at facebook while I'm washing my face. That's what I do. Here's what I do and like you. Can you're welcome to do or not do this? I don't care if I'm if I'm doing something in the living room like say watching TV. I will finish watching TV. I'll take one last look at my phone. And then I'll plug my phone in the kitchen and then like I'm done with the phone for the night. Ooh And I go into my bedroom. I change into my pajamas or maybe. I'm already in my pajamas. I do my whole you know. Wash my face put on my serums my lotions. I brush my teeth floss etc. Do Yoga Toes. I write in my journal I'll usually read kindle for a little bit Last night I was on my ipad looking for something but I will talk about in a little bit but I try and I try to stay off my ipad because then I get then. It's tempting to look at news websites and I don't want to be doing that and then I usually get so tired. I often fall asleep while reading. Yeah that's amazing like lights on kindle in hand and then I like jerk. Oh Okay and then. I'll put the kindle away turn up late and like really go to sleep. I feel like that's how you know that you hit Middle Age because I do that too and I feel like I would watch my parents do that and be like they are so weird though kick in their bedroom and they both leap with the lights on with books on their totally but like now we're there and it feels good and like you get why you just Kinda like close your eyes mid book. Yes I I've had that experience in my better sleep days and I and I I really admire that. You are so consistent with that that and not the just that it works but that like you. So much of it is forming the habit. And you've done that and you've done that as long as this podcast has been in existence even before you know well. Yeah I mean as discussed on this podcast. I have had to be consistent because of my sleep disorder and even though I still get night terrors. Having a consistent sleep routine does help. So did you talk to anyone. Like did someone guide you through figuring out asleep routine in terms of dealing with your sleep disorder or is this something. There's a lot of articles about it that I consulted. It's also partly why and Matt Matt and I are at odds about this. I like to have my bedroom be cave like I like it pitch dark preferably like blackout curtains. No late getting in quiet as to WHO and he likes to like. He likes to wake up with Natural Light. Which means that there's late seepage. All the time and I so yeah so so that's been that's often been a source of conflict but lake ultimately. I think the person with a sleep disorder wins out a man But yeah like some of the like I've talked about this before but like going to sleep at a consistent time every night is also very important. Yeah Yeah having that wind down period is important earplugs. I mask like do earplugs at night. I do okay okay. Do you have a certain brand of that? You like or is it just kind of like a generic drug store earplug. It's a generic drugstore earplug. I believe the one I have right now are from walgreens great shoutout to Walgreens shout to Walgreens I so I don't know I like a very loud white noise eight. Yes yes and I love the variety of white noise. Machines have cranking up all over my house. I have been finding Melatonin to be very useful and as well as reading and journaling at night. That does really kind of helped me wind down. It's the transition from phone to non phone that has been really hard and maybe I need to move my phone out of the bedroom completely. I've been leaving it on my desk. Which is in my bedroom and as you mentioned you like when we were talking about this previously I think work needs to be kept out of the bedroom but right now. My workspace is literally twenty four inches from my bed. That's very hard right now. I'm sitting at my desk and I can reach behind me and touch my bed. So that is. That is a little tricky. Like I will look at my computer and I'll think of something I haven't done for the podcast and I'll be like oh just do this one flip it. Oh men and do it. So so. That's that's hard for me to. I need to kind of start figuring that out but I will say I have been wearing an eye mask a lot more in not only is it helpful and filtering the light. There's something about the pressure of it. That is comforting. You do you experience that like the jazz header. Caress of an eye pillow against my face. I'm finding very soothing. That's very
20 Minutes With Aly Orady The Founder Of Tonal
"Everyone it's Martin from twenty minutes fitness. Today we're having actually a remote interview with Adia. Righty from TONAL AT A. We have been talking before last year in May but for the listeners have not had the chance. Listened to that podcast. We're GONNA make sure that episode awesome to our show notes. Why don't you just say a few words about who you are? And what total is Yeah Martin. Thanks for having me back on the show. I'm the founder and CEO of Ohio and tunnel is a connected streaming system for the home so it's a digital strength training machine that's versatile enough to support Every single movement that you would do on any machine and our weight room and comes with Multi Week Programming and Onscreen coaching guides. Our guys are members through their workouts. Every every step of the way it's Super Compact. It's compact enough to monster walls. It's compact enough to sit in a one bedroom apartment or or a home and And it super smart and intelligent. Ai In it that personalizes the workouts to user and and guides people through the work that so what would like typically experienced. Like if. I'm a user an ice pack. You know may gun through on morning and do my I work out. How would that apply so So the first thing is when you walk up to a tunnel you actually just looks like a TV mounted on wall but but vertically I end the arms tucked away so when you're not using it it's it's stowed looks really clean and sleek is when you walk up to it the first thing you do on still the arm so these arms often and they become adjustable seen all sorts of different exercises. I know there's a twenty four inch screen When you first create your account you know you do everything you do with a personal trainer. You'd Salsa Basic Steiger Age or your goals and then we take you through a quick strength test ought to find out how strong you are And that becomes the baseline that we use from that point that point forward and then you know what you'll do is you'll you'll select the program that you want to do and you know you have the option of doing a single day workout With one of our coaches so you you might take a coach and pick a twenty minute workout or for workout. Or you'll enroll in a multi week program. This is what most people actually do we were. We were grams oriented around specific goal. So we have programs for people who want to lose weight people who want to build muscle people who want to get better at specific sport. Like an example. We will retraining program for somebody's training for a five K. Five Ron. You don't actually become a better runner by running more you do it. You can read strength training and then once you step into the workout. We'll take you for warmup routine and then as we take you for every single strength. Training exercise tonal will automatically choose. How Much Weight? You should lift scored exercise. Assess how you're doing and then Decide whether it's time for you to lift more weight or less weight so so in essence. The is adopting every workout to you. In terms of the way the pacing to work. That's actually will speed up and slow down depending on on how you're doing. I even give you real time feedback right emotion elements of your arm. So it's it's pretty cool and Since we last talked. And that's I'm tonal had just launched a few months before that and what has happened since then what has changed. I think a lot of a lot of things have changed. I think when when we first started a lot of people would look at this thing and not sure what it was and now now we're in a position where where people look at this and they will have a tonal. Just tell us that. It's the most incredible piece of equipment if they've ever used and I think the the analogy I can use. It's like it's like one test Reduction of electric cars. I think when I was a kid when you looked electric cars they were always. They're always like the all environmentally friendly alternative to gasoline cars. But you're serious about cars. You had to go gasoline. And now Tesla has proven that an electric car cannot perform a gasoline card every single dimension. And that's exactly. What tonal is tonal? Doesn't rely on big metal place in gravity. We actually generate or she using electricity And electromagnetics and just repel cars or trains or in Donald Generate enough force. The pick you up off the ground or give you a really really serious workout and I think before we. We launched people who would see. The product would be impressed by now that it's people's homes and more and more people hearing. We're starting to get this this reputation of being a superior way to strength train. The resistance is more pure the spotter which automatically adjusts the way. If you're struggling you push yourself harder. Va I which selects the wage for you. Opt To push yourself harder. The guidance is is really is really great. Because you're getting a crush routine every day And so I think that that reputation is starting to to proceed us community has really grown become very vibrant. And I think that's all great very exciting. And you mentioned that initially customers didn't quite know what to make for Assad and do you think that was more phone Education thing that you had to explain the product more and you had to put up that reputation like you mentioned like something that you had to change around the product experience fall for your users. It was all about. It was all about education and about letting people experienced thing that was new and different than what they'd seen before you know when you walk into a gym and you look at our traditional cable crossover weight machine or you look at Iraq dumbbells. I think we all know what those things do. I think with tonal people. Look at it and you know it's really small. It's leak and and it's easy to underestimate because pretty until that same person. Twenty minutes later is sitting on a puddle on the ground puddle of sweat on the ground you know out of breath the thing we hear most often from people as it exceeded my expectations. This is way harder than I ever expected him. The resistance is more pure. It's smooth and in in the beginning. You know it it. You know people look at this thing. They don't is under skeptical? And then after you know after. The community began digging gave momentum. I think we started to see See The tide turn.
FOMO and Managing the Exceptions
"Here's the editor of Lens. Work Publishing Brooks Jensen. I WanNa talk today. A little bit about the pragmatics of equipment and equipment selection relative to what it is that we want to produce. It's a topic that we've discussed before but there's a new take on it that I want to share about the nature of compromise to begin with there appears to be one prevalent strategy for choosing a camera and lens system and that strategy seems to be driven by the recently coined acronym. That's made its way into the photographic lexicon Thommo the fear of missing out and all you have to do is go look at camera reviews on Youtube or in the current crop of magazines. And you'll see that this is a big one. It's the primary marketing tool that camera. Manufacturers are using the implication being that you might miss a shot if you don't have the latest greatest camera but the premise of this idea. Is that the cameras should be capable of not only the photographs we routinely WANNA make but the ones that we might possibly WanNa make no matter. How unusual the circumstances and if we don't buy the right camera that is the one with maximum capabilities. We might find ourselves frustrated when that rare opportunity presents itself because of the limitations of our equipment and so they tell us we need to buy a piece of equipment that will handle every possible situation. I'm not sure that's the best strategy. For the simple reason that it unquestionably over engineers. Most of what we do. It also fails to include an important part of the decision making process known as the opportunity cost. Now for those of you who are not familiar with the term opportunity cost. The opportunity cost is what you have to pay as a result of the decision that you made to buy something else so for example if you buy a very high megapixel camera that's GonNa cost you a bunch of time Time to copy the files over to your computer and hard drive space and etc. Those are all things that you're going to have to give up efficiency of time efficiency of storage. You'RE GONNA have to give up all of that in order to pay for the advantage of having a high megapixel camera and speaking of that crazy megapixel rat race. We seem to be involved in. This whole idea seems to me to be wholly based on the idea that we might. I repeat might want to make a large print. Well let's look at that for just a minute. As an example of compromise and how we might alternatively managed the exceptions if we don't have a high megapixel camera for example so the theory of having a high megapixel camera is that we wanna make really big prints but of course if you WanNa make really big prints you need a really big printer and so there's costs involved. They're not just for the high megapixel camera but for the printer and the paper and ink in its CETERA. Now maybe you you'll use a service so you don't have to own the printer but let's set that aside for now because it has its own sort of mathematics involved in it. Let's just assume that you WANNA make your own prince so you need a big printer so the opportunity cost of having the need to make really big prince. Is You have to spend money on a big printer which means you don't have that money available for travel for lenses for paying for models or whatever else you have to sacrifice in order to buy the printer so let. Let's look at a few of these numbers just for grins. And by the way I know numbers are hard to follow in an audio podcast. But I'll try to do my best to make it simple. Let's look at for example. Epson printers in their list price so seventeen inch printers run between twelve hundred and two thousand dollars. How many mega pixels do you have to have to use these seventeen inch printers to make say a Standard Sixteen by twenty print at two hundred and forty? Ppi well you need a whopping eighteen mega pixels? That's it anything over eighteen mega pixels. If all you'RE GONNA make is sixteen by twenty prints is really not necessary unless you do a lot of cropping and things like that and obviously if you buy a seventeen inch printer you don't intend on making any images bigger than sixteen by twenty so you really don't need anything bigger than eighteen megapixel unless you wanNA printed a little higher resolution like three hundred or three sixty or something like that which I'll get to a just a minute. Let's say you WANNA make even bigger prince so you invest somewhere between twenty three hundred and forty seven hundred dollars which probably more than you paid for your camera on a twenty four inch printer. Now you can make twenty by twenty four inch standard size photographic prints at two hundred forty P P I. How many mega pixels will you'll need? Well you'll need twenty eight Megapixel for twenty by twenty four inch print. That's it so why spend the money for the sixty year one hundred megapixel high resolution camera unless there's some other reason than a large print but let's say you're interested in really pushing the envelope so you step up to a forty four inch printer and all? That's involved with that in terms of paper sizes and Matt Sizes and frames and Cetera. So you have a forty four inch printer and you paid somewhere between five thousand and thirteen thousand dollars for it. You are serious about this right so now you can make a thirty by forty inch print at two hundred and forty. Ppi You will need a sixty nine megapixel image for thirty by forty inch print. Okay so now you can sort of justify those high megapixel cameras because you need sixty nine megapixel but wait a minute. The reason you buy a forty four inch printer and all that's required to make it successful including the camera is because you are in pursuit of excellence. You're really pushing the envelope. You WanNa make print that is so outstanding that it's beyond technical question whatsoever which means you probably won't want to print a two hundred and forty. Ppi because a print it three hundred PPI or maybe even some people say three hundred and sixty PPI is microscopically better. And that's what you're interested in pursuing is the microscopically better. Well what do you need in order to make a thirty by forty inch print at say three hundred sixty PPI? Well if you work out the math you need a three hundred eleven megapixel camera which doesn't exist. And as a matter of fact your sixty or seventy megapixel high resolution full frame camera isn't even close to providing that kind of resolution which means that it will require some sort of compromise and the compromise might be that you have to do some stitching multiple exposures piece them all together to make the three hundred eleven megapixel file or you have to print at a lower. Ppi on your forty four inch printer to get your thirty by forty inch. Print and this is the nugget of the issue the requirement for some sort of compromise. I would propose to you that. All of photography is some sort of compromise and with that in mind than the fear of missing out takes on a different kind of reality. It's it's not really sane to be worried about the fear of missing out. It seems to me the more reasonable policy. The more reasonable strategy is to figure out what the exceptions are and try to manage those so if we thought through our choice of equipment sufficiently. I think it's fair to say that our choice will be made based on the fact that it serves us well for what ninety or ninety five percent of the pictures we WANNA make in my case. That's micro four thirds and it's perfect for my needs. That is to say probably covers ninety percent of the photographs that I wanna make in the size that I wanna make it okay. Fine but what about the exceptions? I'm obviously compromised with that camera. And it sensor size in its resolution in etc and there are some exceptions that are going to crop up that that Kamara's gonna be a problem for me. So what about that five or ten percent of the time when? That camera is not sufficient. What do I do then? Well seems like two choices. I can either forget about those images and just don't make them and concentrate on the ninety or ninety five percent of the images. I can make with my camera and be perfectly happy with it or I can figure out ways to manage the exceptions and develop reasonable work arounds.
The 123s of Window Boxes
"Going to start out with a plant Rama. One two three the first the second and third things that you should know or do if you want to start a new garden project or a practice and today. That project is window boxes. I want to put window boxes on the front of my house. Ellen what is your number one thing I need to know. The first thing you need to think about is what floor. Are you going to put them on and that relates directly to how those window boxes are going to be attached because if you are hanging them from her second or third floor window boy do you need to be sure those are solidly fixed in place? You do not WanNa conch somebody on the head with a window box that is poorly attached. And since my background is is from. New York City. Where oftentimes these window boxes and containers were many floors above the sidewalk? This is something you really need to think about. If you're if you're on a first floor window probably going to be walking underneath those window boxes and you can use a more casual hanger that may fit over the sill but if you are planting your window boxes on a higher floor you need to wire those in place. So that even the strongest wind or scampering squirrel is not going to knock it loose so I say I know that's not fun. It's not fun like choosing great plants but it's essential. You got to do that. I my number one was noticing what direction the front of your house face. That's a great one. I didn't even think of that. Because if it's facing north you're going to need to use shade loving plants now. Nothing wrong with that. Of course there's some great Begonias ferns and everything. But if your expectation is you are going to have window boxes with cascading geraniums like you see all over Europe and the friend of your house in deep shade. You might need to either rethink the plan for window boxes in the front of your house or changed the expectations that you have and Ellen your point about the securely fastening them made me also think about an alternate number one which is how am I gonNA water these boxes yes now. That was my number three. Oh well then we'll get to that. So what's your number two? My number two was about soil and drainage because lots of times you by the window boxes and they may not have drainage holes in the bottom and if they don't you need to get out your handy dandy electric drill and I would put one inch hole six inches on center for the length of your window box. So that you get good drainage in there and then I would put a lightweight. Potting mix do not fill those window boxes with soil from your garden. You want them to be lighter weight and you want them to drain quickly. So I say get those drainage do like how. I'm like putting two into one because I'm cheating so my number two is making sure you have adequate drainage and a good lightweight soil that is also going to drink quickly. That was my number three that same wavelength. What was your number? Two pretty amazing number two is to measure where you want them and decide what size and types of boxes you're going to install. Are you going to have wooden boxes? That have plastic inserts. Or are you going to? Ha- want them removable. Or are you going to just have the plastic boxes that you buy at the store and you're going to put them on brackets of some sort So that was I was going for style of boxes in number two and then I was going to go back to function in number three which was the drain the tools and the soil which I was also sneaking to well. You know it's interesting. You mentioned style because what the front of Your House looks like is probably going to influence the style of window box that you choose and where you live is also going to determine the style of window box because if you live someplace where you can have. That Window. Box planted year round. You might go for something more substantial. That's going to be longer lived like would because you could have. You have a rotating display you know you could have ornamental cabbages and cycling's in Viola in the wintertime depending on where you live or you might if you live someplace really really cold. Just fill those window boxes with an interesting arrangement of of bows and berries in the winter. So I didn't even think about that but that's a really good thing to consider the color the style the material that the box is made out of in number three ellen which was the holes and the fresh potting soil. And I I I also snuck. I really cheated. I stuck a third thing and that was to always. Every year mix a tablespoon of inorganic granular fertilizer. Such as plant tone With a tablespoon of a time release synthetic fertilizer. Azmacort is probably the most common one available if you do that every year with fresh potting soil. Your plants are going to grow gangbusters all summer long without any additional fertilization need it. Now I have to ask a tablespoon. That's for a window box. That's how big twenty four inches. Maybe thirty anywhere from twenty four to thirty inches cat would be good. If you have a really huge long window box underneath a picture window you probably want to do two three times that amount. Okay all right. Well my number three again. I'm cheating was to plant and water now. The planting is the fun part right. That's the best part and don't be afraid to really fill those window boxes up and make them look gorgeous. They're there to give you pleasure and you also want to make sure that you choose plants that live well together you're not gonNA put a succulent next to affirm that needs constant soil moisture so choose your plants wisely and think about how you're going to water them if they're on the ground floor you go round with your host of your watering can. But if they're on the second or the third floor you might want to consider drip irrigation and I. I know that I'm a big fan of drip irrigation. And it's not something that likes quite as much but for me doing it for clients it was really essential because I couldn't I couldn't trust them to water when things needed to be water. That's why they had me there. But a simple simple drip set up on your window boxes really takes away that responsibility and makes it much easier for you to do the other things for you to dead head for you to fertilize for you to groom your plant. It just takes that chore. Off of the schedule Ellen. I'm all for drip irrigation. I just don't if I had a magic wand and have it instantly installed yeah containers. I'd do it in a second. It's just a little bit too lazy to research and make the opposite of lazy seal. I'm just going to say that right now but we all have our priorities. Yeah so one. Two three window boxes a lot of fun a few simple decisions to make but as Ellen said it's all about your own pleasure
Bad weather moves into Eastern states; 5 dead in South
"A powerful storms slammed into the southeast killing five people now the bad weather is moving north several of those killed were in Alabama the Carolinas and Tennessee driving on rain slicked or flooded roads or in vehicles hit by falling trees the storm destroyed homes in Mississippi Alabama and Florida and caused mudslides in Tennessee and Kentucky the National Weather Service says the north is getting snow six to twelve inches from central into northern New York and a heavier amounts across northern New England where we can expect anywhere from twelve to twenty four inches that's the national weather service's Frank Pereira I'm ready to fall les
You CAN Build the Butt You Want and She Has the Secret
"We have a but that is going to make you is go bananas Most beautiful woman who has earned earned every ounce of that. Booty Hilary. Loftus is a trainer at lift tonic. You've heard me talk about it. We've had redone on the owner of the gym. I love this and you know what if you are thinking that you can't get the ass that you want in two thousand twenty. Let me tell you just take a look at this. I Hillary. I just can't even with you. You look phenomenal Ryan before you signed on. Hillary was just saying that she got a spray Tan. So Ryan loves spray TANS. Yeah I mean I feel like it's very tan fixes like most of my problems. You know feeling really sad about things too. And I'm like you know things are not that bad. It is addicting. And it's definitely mood altering I I agree with you. One Hundred Percents Hillary. I'm so excited to have you on You know I love I love love. Love your classes at lift Hanoch One of the things that I love is your so positive and when admit it was like about a year ago I signed onto your instagram right. I'd started taking classes and I was so amazed by how number one number one how banging your body as can we just like a can we but also how how body positive you are and You we are really interesting story. You started in fashion before fitness. Can you tell us about that Yeah I went to a fashion design high school and then the natural progression was just to go to fit And then I did a bachelor's. It didn't love working in fashion I think it's when you're younger and you start doing fashion. You have this idealized version of what you think. The fashion industry is and then you get there and you're like yeah that's not it at all. I got into interior design And I loved it but like I can't handle sitting at a desk all day And I just knew that wasn't for my personality And then so I was like all I will try real estate because it's not like a hip hop skip and a jump from interior design. China you can feed your own apartments while that But you know it's just like some people can do that some people can't and it's like I didn't love it either and eh time. I started really weightlifting And then that became the highlight of my day and I kind of accidentally fell into it. I just if if you don't mind I wanNA share some of these instagram. And if you're listening to US right now it's worth it to go over and check this out. I'm first of all. This is lift tonic. This is where I met. Were you are one of the instructors. But get ready folks. Because y'all I mean you law Oh and I'm just GONNA get right to it. I will show you the picture that I was like. I mean. Can we just for doc girls angles lighting. I'm telling you but I mean yeah no I mean honestly it should everyday you gotta work at so an excuse me for saying this. Your ass is incredible and it looks one hundred percents real and it is you look strong and I love this representation of beauty because unsexy. This is my favorite. Because you look so healthy and you look I i. I'm sure you do to maintain to maintain that You have to. Yeah but I mean can I not to sound cheesy but you're wasting snatched the tiniest little waste of I. I think people would be very surprised at how much smaller their waste can get If they just eat differently Yeah Yeah I mean yeah. I stayed in entirely huge role in. How big your weight like most of the time? If you feel like it's your waistline that is the issue but that is where most tissue live that is all diet like lately ruin through Diet and now I do remember there was a post and I am not gonNa dig through them. We'll leave this one up here. We're you mentioned that. And this is what I love about your body positively. You mentioned that you were weightwise some of the heaviest that you'd been win but yet twenty four inch waist. And that's what I want to really focus on today. You know you you you really spread this message of like you eat you out. Well you know tell us what. What is your philosophy on on lifting weights Okay so let's a little preface so when I ms in fashion design I started going to college I was like about a hundred pounds right And I'm five five So when I was the heaviest I was as you know and I had a tiny ways and I would think that pretty much across the board like I feel like most people would say that I looked healthier and happier on heavier weight. Had different dimensions. Completely I was a hundred and thirty eight hundred dollars. One hundred and forty pounds. That's kind of a big like thirty eight pounds of muscle and fat. I mean you have to have both But I theory behind weightlifting. Is You gotta be consistent about and that is with anything with Diet and with your working out. 'cause I mean I'm sure if you're watching probably read that somewhere But it really in fact like if you are consistent about something show up for yourself make time And it's not just about thinking that one class it's nice like give you that that body Like if you look at me and you're like wow. Her body is great. You know it's not just coming to class twice a week and thinking that that's going to do the job because you know you really have to spend that time focusing on your food as well you know and that takes time and like planning on us. They've got the hardest part. So how many days a week are you in the gym. While I I work at one almost every day but I would say I way chain five days a week. Yeah how an a percentage ratio right. So if you were to say would you say it's seventy percent diet thirty thirty percent exercise or would you say it's twenty percent exercise eighty percent diet. Yeah totally I think that Diet. Save an disgusting disgusting roll like no one wants to hear it. It's like people work out so that they can eat more. I do eat more but you have to kind of like hit strict about how much more food you're eating like I can. I can eat a lot of Sushi. Cheap meals are insane So Caen most grown men under the table but you're also working out incredibly in your lifting really heavy and I on personal trainer her. I'm standing on my feet all day. I'm running back and forth from classes and studio I train at So it's just I'm I'm very active like all day
My Love/Hate Relationship with Costco
"Story. This week is from Linda. Horton who you'll defined on medium DOT COM and here is my love hate relationship with Costco. It's more love though. Oh my gosh I can avoid it no longer. I must go to Costco. And it's the absolute worst day to go Sunday Sunday. Saturday is bad to actually. It's always freaking packed. I realize we're all busy people and everyone here is as has stressed out as I am what they really need here is a bar when you walk in the door you get a drink a really. Cheap drink Kirkland brand beer. You're a wine. Only that'll hit the spot before embarking on the craziness that is Costco. But they don't have a bar and I'll just have to tough it out completely substance free. I mean there are people here with kids. How do they do it? It's strange but people seem seem to be inordinately polite and cheerful while shopping here hellish as the experience can be maybe they pumped something out through the Vance dance or there's some other subliminal trickery going on like how they do at Disneyland or maybe people just love this damn store. It's not just shopping for the essentials. Here it's so so much more you have to take advantage of the cheap gas along with everyone else in the free world waiting for a pump. The lines are long but we tough it out. It's totally worth it. I'll get that over with first since it's pretty painful then you drive around looking for parking spot and hope. It doesn't start raining on the long trek to the entrance. You have to grab a giant cart even if you only need a couple things as if you could ever emerge costco with only a couple of things. I mean there's stuff you have to get every time like paper towels and toilet paper. Oh the joy of having several months worth of paper goods there's protein bars. Kirkland brand is amazingly good and protein drinks. There's big bags of almonds and giant jars of peanut butter. Depending on how hungry I am. I'll grab a huge bag of kettle cooked potato chips. OMG I'm going to regret that it. There's yogurt and cottage cheese and coffee. I commit to eating clam. Shell package of fifteen large apples and a ten the pound bag of carrots. I have enough lacroix to last a few days. Yeah I drink a lot of that stuff. The baked goods are are insanely good but buying Cherry Pie. That is twenty. Four inches in diameter. Wouldn't be prudent and I already have the chips for my one bad thing but damn that pilots good. I contemplate patio furniture. Even though I live in a small condo on the second floor Cosco Frenzy is upon me. My car is loaded up with way more than a couple of things as I amber my way toward the checkout line wow the lines are long but these workers are efficient and always friendly strangely enough the line line moves briskly and as each item is scanned. I think about what a total pain in the ASS is going to be to lug all this stuff up to my place. It will take many trips and I'll always gas a little bit when the Grand Total is announced. Ouch but hey hey I could survive a natural or unnatural disaster for several months. Hold up with all this stuff. So there's that but wait eight. I haven't even gotten to the best part it's always a quandary wanted to get it. I mean at what point in the Costco Journey to get hit a piece of pizza hot cheesy Pepperoni deliciousness. Today I will pack up. My car returned to the store and get my I slice. This is not the typical order of events. It's typically slice then shop. I buy less stuff that way. Innate Lewis to say hungry shopping at Costco is dangerous. Oh and sometimes I get a strawberry Sunday to I wait to see how full royal after the pizza. Oh who am I fooling. I always get the damn Sunday. I could save a lot of time by just ordering both things at at once but no so I eat my pizza and ice cream elbow to elbow with the other Hungary and happy shopper seated at the plastic picnic tables with a full belly and car packed with stuff. Mike Costco experiences complete. Oh Oh how I love this place and how I absolutely dread my next trip back.
"twenty four inches" Discussed on 790 KABC
"In the next presidential election should decide who would fill the vacancy on the nation's highest court it is entirely possible that senator McConnell would reach the same conclusion when it comes to impeachment Linda can young Washington winter storm warnings have been posted in three north western states meteorologist Allison change our says the snowfall totals will be unusually high record snow for some areas in textile can Washington set their all time snowiest month of September ever from the snow that fell it wasn't as much as some of these other areas are seeing but again look at some of this current snow depth you're looking at twelve eighteen twenty four inches of snow a state of emergency has been declared in Montana where the snow is closed roads down trees and caused scattered power outages some cities in the east could see record high temperatures today I'm in Kate's. just write a. ABC news live in local with two oh two I'm Tatian Stevens military officials say a navy sailor died after a fall aboard an aircraft carrier at naval station North Island in Coronado California the San Diego union Tribune reports the twenty one year old man fell from an aircraft elevator on the USS Nimitz late Friday he died at a hospital early Saturday the navy Twitter feed fly navy says the accident is under investigation the sailors name was not released the National Weather Service says a tornado touched down in a California field as thunderstorms swept through the central part of the state cellphone video posted online shows the funnel cloud near Davis National Weather Service forecaster Emily Heller says tornadoes in the central valley or entirely unusual they're typically weaker than the one seen in the Midwest the unstable weather is the result of a cold front over the Pacific Northwest lawyer supporting the ME two movements are using money from a legal defense fund to press sexual misconduct cases against the FBI McDonald's and other employers checking sports the Chargers over Miami thirty to ten K. B. C. so cal weather sunny highs in the upper sixties to mid seventies tonight mostly clear lows in the fifties take a look at the area temperatures sixty eight in Pasadena seventy one Redondo Beach in downtown at seventy two I'm Tatian Stevens no look at K. A. B. C. traffic ABC dependable traffic right now is similar to for the four oh five heading north bound just has long beach Boulevard.
Torrential Imelda rains flood homes, snarl travel around Houston
"The law enforcement reporting and major road flooding then flooding in several homes in Beaumont Texas just the last couple of hours Beaumont picked up nearly two inches of rain in like one hour Wednesday night south Houston was under a flash flood warning Wednesday evening the heaviest rains of now push east of the city. so that has been lifted right there in the Houston metro direct. as of Wednesday night. Imelda which did become a short lived tropical storm Tuesday before making landfall. it has brought over twenty two inches of rain near the St Bernard wildlife of reserve seventeen inches of rain reported in Freeport and a sergeant Texas yeah they're now saying some locales may actually exceed twenty four inches of rain yeah by the time we get through Friday. it's not gonna bring the historic flooding like we saw with hurricane Harvey back in twenty seventeen but officials urge residents take heed of Imelda's torrential
Houston prepares for heavy rain from Tropical Storm Imelda
"Worries now in Texas near Houston as tropical storm Imelda is poised to dump heavy rains creating life threatening flash flooding over the next several days WCBS TV weather caster like when South Asia Houston at talking fifteen to twenty four inches of rain on this area is actually abnormally dry right now but you can't put that much rain on parched earth you're going to have some
Residents brace for flooding threat in New Orleans
"Pretty significant travel in packs in the Deep South Gulf coast berry this strengthened Thursday it's inching closer to shore and folks rushing to prepare ahead of an expected landfall out late Friday night early Saturday morning together not issue we not mandatory evacuations for the city of New Orleans about the nature of mayor in a press conference warning residents declaring an emergency this past day it's all about the flooding related to the storm stretching them in the press conference that you need a plan for the approaching storm whether it's to shelter in place or evacuate the city due to the time it's going to be hitting in the fact that the storm is forecast to be up a potent tropical storm yeah we're not issuing mandatory or voluntary evacuations sheltering in place is our strategy no apparently she'd she made it so much told reporters that we can't do like mandatory evacuations unless the storm was a category three or stronger didn't realize that but the biggest threat now is not the wind it's going to be the rain where some may see twenty four inches of rain before this is over so the National Weather Service urging residents to be prepared for the worst doesn't matter if there is a tropical storm or hurricane number one threat the rain president trump said in a tweet this past evening that everyone should prepare for the coming storm he'd the direction of all officials later he issued an emergency disaster declaration for Louisiana so that's already been done by the president meanwhile elsewhere around the country yeah we've got some showers thunderstorms out there looking at some spotty showers and thunderstorms are along a front stretching from sent east central Mississippi often on stretching across northern Alabama northern Georgia and up into western portions of South Carolina still some heavy rains through central and eastern North Carolina as well it is a lot of rain in southern Florida I don't think that has anything to do with very I don't believe but yeah heavy rains the all along the Florida straits from Florida no doubt into Cuba so there's a lot of rain in the southwestern in south central Florida is more it's got a streaming in that
Stressed out? Your dog may feel it too, study suggests
"If you're a dog lover, you already know, dogs, and humans have a special connection now, new research suggests that when owners are anxious or neurotic their dogs. Get more stressed NPR's Rebecca hersher reports that is not necessarily a bad thing. Not all stress is bad stress. Take, for example, dogs. They compete. In the twenty four inch classes? Kali handle by amber. Mccune for New Hampshire. Eighteen agility competition at the Westminster dog show mccune has to help boom the dog race through obstacles and even on TV. It's clear that they're totally in sync emotionally kabuki is just get this just will not leave amber side. Kyun gestures and coaxes, boom weaves, leaps. They're both focus. It's over focused turns to excitement for animal, and human mccune smiles could boom jumps into her arms at a happy. Yes. Rosemary Strasser is a behavioral neuro endocrinologist at the university of Nebraska at Omaha. She studies dog human relationships, and she also personally competes with her dog in agility competitions. Acre feel like both you and your job are reading each other's body Hughes, so well that you don't need to use. Verbal of command. He wondered about that feeling of being emotionally in sync. What was going on biologically in a study published a few years ago, Strasser found that the stress hormone cortisol might have something to do with it. When dogs and humans were competing or working together. She found that their cortisol levels were in sync rising together, for example, when they were competing. A new study published today in the journal nature scientific reports builds on that work. Researchers in Sweden found that even regular pet dogs appear to have higher levels of cortisol over time if their owners act in ways that are anxious or. Neurotic biologists Lina Roth is one of the study's authors. East owners have stress and the dog is likely to meter that stress and the dog will mirror that stress over months. They found not just right before an acutely stressful event like a competition for those who might be anxious by nature. And to have a dog. They love Roth
Blizzard warnings issued as central U.S. faces "bomb cyclone"
"The early blooms of Springer getting buried in parts of the central US six hundred blizzard warnings tonight's some areas could get more than two feet of snow by the end of this week cars have been sliding off roads the police shut down interstate. In South Dakota Adriana Diaz is their spring in South Dakota turned winter white clouding visibility and pushing eighteen wheelers off the road blizzard warnings span. Six states from Minnesota to Colorado. Where crashes closed I seventy in both directions near Vail the sand insult being sprayed. If salt in the w-. Wound for areas still recovering from last month's flooding. Watertown, South Dakota is in the storms. Bullseye getting up to twenty four inches on top of the fifty fix. That's already fallen this year. That's nearly triple the norm. We joined Scotty Brinkman here while he was out treating the roads. He says this April storm is the biggest of the year fifty degrees yesterday blizzard today when he was fifty degrees. Did you ever think you'd be out here in the truck? Blizzard. But I didn't I figured we were done. I really did. And when I said this no storm common. I was like what? More than eight inches have already fallen here in Watertown, South Dakota. And the brunt of the storm doesn't hit until tomorrow to keep people off dangerous roads officials have closed the interstate. That's what we took to get here. So most people including us are staying
"twenty four inches" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"From about exit twenty four inches seventeen. The Parkway is patch all the way up to prospect avenue right before the northern northern state has heavy delays to one zero six one zero seven and the westbound is heavy into Glen cove eligible are still doing well traffic is sponsored by seven eleven with over five. Hot coffee, blends endless, Jerry, non Jerry Kramer flavor. And suite accommodations for any size, coffee or cold brew puck those wheels. And in for a perfect coffee. Made your way. Any seven eleven location. I'm Karen Stewart. Our next report's eight thirty one on ten. Ten wins. News time eight twenty to look for a wintry mix tomorrow morning. Let's bring in AccuWeather steam devoting groundhog said we still got thirty seven more days to go on the calendar of the winter. And we're going to certainly feel that tomorrow morning. This morning snow is kind of suppressed to the south. There's still a little light. Snow flurries down the jersey shore this morning, but our big weather maker for the city in northern suburbs is going to be tomorrow morning into tomorrow night, snow mixing with and then changing the sleet, eventually rain for the city and coastal areas, but not before one to three inches accumulates in and around the city and near suburbs tomorrow morning inland area. So we're going to stay longer into that snow and ice. Snow sleet, freezing rain three to six inches of snow. Icy accumulation in some of the jersey in Hudson, valley suburbs, a winter weather advisory for the city and immediate suburbs from tomorrow morning through midnight and then into early Wednesday morning for the inland suburbs. Going to be a wintry mess tomorrow. We'll keep you up. The date on New York's weather station, ten wins. Live AccuWeather updates around the clock here on ten ten wins wins news time, eight twenty four to horrible crashes.
"twenty four inches" Discussed on Slate's Hang Up and Listen
"But he was a head of his time in calling out football as violent thankless and stifling a gigantic trip of ego mastery. He said football dehumanizes people Oliver told sl. They've taken the players and made them into slabs of beef that charge around and hit each other. But whereas their aesthetic soul the feeling that they can accomplish high things Oliver criticized his raiders teammates for eating too much meat. He went vegetarian and took up yoga while he was still playing for drinking too much and for taking amphetamines. I didn't go to these people in wrap all this stuff on them. I tried to go to them in a nice way and say, wow, let's really try to get it on and win the championship. Oliver left the commune after about a year and with sports writer Ron Rapoport wrote a football tell-all called high for the game. He appeared in a documentary about disenchanted athletes he was busted for marijuana possession. And then after consulting with Jack Scott who had founded the anti-establishment institute for the study of sport and society Oliver in nineteen seventy-one decided to make a comeback. It didn't go. Well, just a few days into training camp. Oliver left a note for Madden and split on his motorcycle a week later. He wrote a four part series for the San Francisco Examiner. He had returned to be quote, an instrument through which my football playing brothers could be enlightened and be free of the terminal masculine courage, peer group approval syndrome, but the truly creative or frustrated in football. He said, he just couldn't get his intellectual emotion. Physical balance. Right. Also his way to drop from two thirty to one hundred and fifty eight during his sabbatical and while he had put on about twenty five pounds. He couldn't regain his strength or quickness. But for all of this, perhaps the most amazing thing about chip Oliver has nothing to do with football exactly fifty years ago this month in the off season between his first and second seasons before he went counterculture. Oliver acted in a pilot for the show that would become all in the family. The pilot for ABC was titled those were the days Archie bunker was known as Archie Justice, but still played by Carroll O'Connor with his wife Edith played as she later would be by Jean Stapleton chip Oliver was cast as Archie son-in-law, Richard or Dickie who would be renamed Michael Stevens and played by rob Reiner. The pilot didn't air at the time. But it was showed on Nickelodeon Nick at Nite twenty years later. Let's listen to a scene Gloria Archie and Edith daughter is played here by Candice Zara. Who'd lose the role to Sally Struthers, but who would have a long career in Hollywood. Status. You fat cats with your twenty four inch TV's and your toasters icebreaker refrigerators. That's all you care about what she got. And how you can keep well, I'm gonna tell you something shining. Boy, you care about them things to had anything. If you wasn't living off a me. You ain't got a punk appeal a potato. One getting on me because I was and you on the crime in the streets off you get out of here yourself. I'm going to tell you. So I know Gordon, I'm sorry. I got look we got quite in the streets because we got poverty real poverty. And we got that. Because guys like you are free to give them black man and the Mexican American and all those other minorities, they're just harder and rightful share of the great American dream. That he wouldn't. Okay. Now, let's listen to the same scene with rob Reiner in the nineteen seventy pilot which CBS picked up an aired. As the first episode the next year. Me. Yeah. That's why you have property on which which at twenty four inch TV's new four sliced hoses your ice-making refrigerators..
"twenty four inches" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Ladies and gentlemen, so Tom's house has this little oscillating sound and ask your neighbor lives on WTMJ. So people have been texting in and cheering I eight to two story house in that corners, and it's those rants in Mr. Levin. Ninety-five who texted in who? Again, you owe some money to says my house is two story as well and the down spout is on the northeast corner. So if it gets windy that might be what it is. So what it means is I have to go win. It's curry. To go out there with and grab it. Right. The stock stop dampen it and see if that dampens vibration and see if it stops. So we're talking about net zero houses because there's teasing time 'cause Tom when he built his house. I mean, it's really well insulated and one time he made the mistake of telling me. Insulated house in Wisconsin. So then there are these things called zero zero zero energy, and then somebody Texan and have you seen a straw bale house? And so we looked it up. And it's basically you're making a house out of Trump's Trump bills, which I feel concerned about the wolf coming noble. No, it is done. Absolutely. I have never seen a strawberry hogs. I've heard of them. I've seen pictures of them and a straw Bill is actually a pretty good insulator. But you still have to build a structure to support the house in a structure to support the floor in. So in my mind, you'd be much better off building a very efficient structure insulated with modern materials, and that straw, bales. That would decks how I would say. But when we when I grew up in an old farmhouse in northern Illinois, and your sycamore, Illinois in our old farmhouse, the old houses were up out of the ground a little more. So the first floor was, you know, like a foot off the ground or two feet off the ground and our pipes would freeze in the basal and get cold. And we would go around in the winter, you've put straw bales. All on you. You you would put straw bales around the house, and they would be going on there twenty four inches high or something, and you just take a layer all the way around the house, and that would insulate the house when you keep the house warmers put straw bales around the house or listener consultancy program continues and eleven ninety five is checking in MS eleven ninety five. So I was wrong. I said Mr. so send your build a Tom Faiza? There you go you were talking about solar. And I'll tell you this. So I'm at Costco, and walking out, and they've got this big display set up, and it's the solar panels you can put on your roof and just I'm interest. Not that I do it. But I just said, oh interesting. I said, and he goes give me your address. So give him the address, and he he Google maps it, and he says now facing the wrong direction, we need them more south. But I thought that was really interesting for a that. He could see you know, where my house was. And if it would work and be capture my information. Right because I went into the database with you. Give me your address your I gave my dress. Yeah. My social security numbers that are problem. No, I'm kidding. But, but yeah, I thought I thought that was pretty cool because you can put this money into alternative energy. But is it paying back? Yeah. Well, yeah. In in solar panels, typically, Wisconsin, it's a really difficult. It's very difficult to get the payback. And if anyone was interested in following up on that I would suggest you work through focus on energy is on top of that program. So you're going to need some government rebates and some discounts and kind of things to do injure vailable, and they're going to be for some of the better products. And when we're talking solar today, we're talking about a panel that converts solar energy into electric, and then that somehow goes right into the grid. It doesn't because he used to be that those things just charge batteries. Right. And then you run run. It's a combination. Yeah. I think you're still depends on how you want it to work. So you'll use it to charge batteries to use in your house. And then if you have access than you can sell some into you need to have some kind of a storage system because when it's sunny and warm, you don't necessarily. We need the energy borough over the nighttime, you might need the energy. So the solar the storage of that energy is always the issue. Always a problem and there were days at youth. Remember that where they would Bill de solar houses, and they'd put a big pile of rocks in the basement, and then they'd circulate the warm air across the Powell racks when the sun was show. Sure, there's there's I've seen ten of those Wisconsin, and they were called envelope poems. So there's for sure. Yeah. Well, how would they store the energy? It was circulated down to the basement typically, and it will go through a ballast, which generally a bunch of rock. Glenn downstairs and sit on the rocks. We're gonna watch the Packer game. Iraq should be in a in container. Oh, ken. Bigger racks. So the air can flow across, but they would use ceramic tile and cement, and and that would warm up and store energy because of the thermal mass that you could use it night. And they and they never proved to be all that efficient or that good. But could try. Did some good things? So if you'd like to sign up for your continuing education credit for listening to the show, you can do that. It is. This would be course, number one one two oh nine such as. It's the fix it show. Thirty minutes left. You wanna talk about something four one four seven nine nine. One six twenty is our number that is the accurate mortgage talk and text line, Mr. fix. It is Tom Faiza. And it's news time. How about that scope the WTMJ breaking news center? Barry, Nelson, Danny Law enforcement officials reportedly became so concerned by president Donald Trump's behavior in the days after he fired FBI director James Comey that they began investigating whether he had been working for Russia against US interests. That report published late Friday in the New York Times, citing unnamed former law enforcement officials and others familiar with the investigation. Trump's lawyer Rudy Giuliani tells the times that he had no previous knowledge of the inquiry. The Paris prosecutor's office says that two firefighters have been killed in a bakery blast caused by. What officials are saying is a gas explosion ten others. Ten. Other people are in critical condition and thirty seven less seriously injured earlier, French interior minister, Kristof costano, it mistakenly told reporters at the scene. That a total of four people, including the two firefighters were killed the city of barren is welcoming back Jimmy clause after she was missing for eight days. People like crystalline say they were thinking about her every day. I was speechless. I don't I can't even put a no words that I was thinking honestly clause has been reunited with her family and bearing area school district superintendent will be holding a celebration sometime in the future. WTMJ Pella, I dot com timesaver traffic. An accident.
"twenty four inches" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Oh, there was a question off the air about the cord meal. It is to pound her hundred square feet. So that's very little covering an area. I would hope that if you had a thousand square feet of Brown patch, and we're trying to treat that in the law and the proper way to treat that is to remove the lawn and plant something else. You know, we make that comment a lot, and it seems kind of flippant it's not. You can plant any plant you can find anywhere on the planet in your yard. And it will survive so long as you give it the environment it needs. Now think about that for a minute. I might be able to plant something, but the work required to have that one plant that one special plant growing could be so extreme so much water requirement. So much maintenance maintenance requirement having to spread having to give it special fertilizers disease control. Adding all that up for that one plant you better want that plant badly. You must want to dedicate to it. Why would you want to constantly battle like that? When it could be just as easy to pick a different plant or to remove that completely like a bad part of your turf after fighting it for years makes a great flowerbed a lot less work consider that simply from the labor perspective. If it's worth it to you. Great go for make sure that you're doing everything you can get that plant looking the way you want it to think about it hard because it is constant labor. There is a constant attention. When you have something that's not working well in a spot, and it's a lot easier to simply go, I could put something else here that doesn't require a so much of my time or effort. Let's go to the phone. This is Virginia. Good morning Virginia. What can I help you with good morning? Jeff. I have a question about roughly Dogwood. M Mexican Plum. Excuse me. We bought some several years ago and put them in to do smoke control on a flood plain find because they sucker finally they have suffered. And I need to know. I guess how long do I have to let the sucker mature before we have to separate before we can separate it off the mother plant, and how close can we sever those rates on the dogwoods? None of them are over twenty twenty four inches from another. So they're pretty close. Some of them are maybe six seven inches out. And we bought them because they did. Soccer. Yeah. Erosion control. And we want to move that along that hill. I have a question. The height of the sucker sounds appropriate. Now, if you were to try part of the problem, you're gonna have is here, you have your soccer. You have your parent plant hoping that as you were digging down that the root is running from sucker directly to parent, you know, where to cut it. So it's not a lot of digging for you, not disturbing the other routes. I would imagine if you can split the difference if they're twenty four inches tall. And they're or they're roughly twenty four inches if you're lucky twenty four inches from the parent plant split the difference go in twelve inches in between the two and that should be enough route. If you can lift it out of there to take that Dogwood sucker to transplant it. Okay. So it's more size than age of the sucker. Yeah. Because that as as sucker comes up it's going to have some real. Fine roots near the certain up in near the surface where it starts to point up. But some of those feeder routes are going to go from it to the mother and there's going to be fine hairs on that runner as much of that reduce you can get that fifty percent difference. A twelve inch cutting basically of that route should be enough to support that sucker. This is a good time to do it. And for folks who don't know roughly Dogwood is a pretty effective plan for what you're talking about. It can it's can handle the on and off of our water. It does sucker I planted one doesn't sucker quite as fast as you might think. Mine has doubled or tripled in size in about a decade. And I also expected it to grow faster than that. But you should be able to lift up a sucker if you've got twelve inches of route to attach should be more than sufficient for you to lift that out and put it somewhere else. Well, then I have a second question. I guess with that is my Mexican Plum, it's putting suckers out further down this hill. And that's great summer. Like, I've got one sucker that's like three or four inches. Would it be better just to cut it off or a Mexican Plum clump like that still blend still provide the little plums for birth? Should I cut it out? Or should I leave some very close? I I'm more around mine it's on a spot where I it's not serving the purpose of trying to stop the erosion. It's just a tree for me. Coli mo- mine, and it's kept it. Well controlled I would not. I would not think that the Mexican plumbers ineffective as effective as the dog would in trying to form that that for you. So that you could have that erosion control. I don't know how much success you would have in trying to leave each and every one of those shoots and let them slowly try to become a decent thicket of Mexican Plum. The other half of that is. Mexican plums are relatively speaking are short lived because they suffer the the fruit. Tree borers that are regular plums, and peaches, etc. Get here, and we tend to see Mexican plums will have a nice beautiful life. You know, they'll have that gorgeous spring blooms and they do provide food for wildlife. But in the big picture, they're not a real long lived tree, though, they usually succumb to the borers. Consider. Blame. It can't not play a of lame leave supermac that is definitely a suckering plant. I get suckers for it twenty feet away. And I have to maintain them multiple times during the year or it will turn into a huge thicket on me. So you might want to consider the pretty color of that. It does have a berry on it. That is food fast growing and good thickening. I don't know. If you're Mexican Plum would be it's equal. Okay. That's something to know. I didn't know they were so short so. Well, and that's a relative term we have one in the at the natural Gardner that only made it about one to twenty five years. Maybe not even that. So to me when we're talking to tree that's short lived. When you have trees set live thousands of years twenty five years. It's just kind of a flash in the pan. Well, it is but in enact berry country, that's pretty much long. Yeah. I do agree with that. I have my battles with act Bury's. Also. I don't think you'd be successful with the Mexican plumbing trying to force it to thick it. But it's still a fine tree with that route spread that is going to help the flame leave sue Mak would probably be a faster and more effective way. Your your dog? What is going to do what you're asking of it, and you can help it spread you won't have to help that sue maks, Brad? It'll put out suckers everywhere in a hurry. Oh, well, that's not what for some of that. Excuse me in the nurseries spring, then thanks a bunch you too. Thank you, ma'am. Yeah. Folks. This is a great plan. She has going on here. She has a slope. That is a roading nothing better to stop the erosion than plants that will spread their roots out and hold the soil in place. The Dogwood is a great one. Beautiful flower attracts insects. It's got butterfly food for it. And moderate thickening to help the erosion the flame supermac beautiful tree. And it's definitely one that will spread on you to help. Do the same thing folks were at the bottom of the hour. It's time for a news break. This is gardening naturally. After the break. Give me a call five point two eight three six zero five ninety. We'll be right back. Radio KLBJ. I'm.
US, David Ortiz and David Borough discussed on KDKA Programming
"Much as eighteen to twenty four inches. Additionally, at least a dozen people have been killed a federal investigators says there's no evidence to suggest the gas explosions that rocked communities north of Boston were intentional. But what did cause them still a mystery? Governor Charlie Baker says most people who were evacuated will be going back home people unless something unanticipated happens should be able to return their homes at seven AM tomorrow morning. Investigators will be reviewing any reports of gas odors
"twenty four inches" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Looking for potentially as much as eighteen to twenty four inches. Additionally, at least two dozen people have been killed a federal investigators who says no evidence to suggest the gas explosions that rocked communities north of Boston were intentional. But what did cause them still a mystery? Governor Charlie Baker says most people who were evacuated we'll be going back home people unless something unanticipated happens should be able to return their homes at seven AM tomorrow morning. Investigators will be reviewing any reports of gas odors reported by residents in the communities of Lawrence north Andover and Andover law enforcement officials say US border patrol agents suspected of killing four prostitutes was arrested early today. KRLD reporter David borough. Juan David Ortiz was arrested early Saturday and Laredo after fleeing from state troopers and hunting at a hotel parking lot Webb county district. Attorney said that authorities were led to our tease after a woman he tried to kidnap escape from that led to the determination that Ortiz should be charged in the women's deaths. Elanie said that a motive for the killings has not yet been determined David borough for CBS news, Dallas. The Trump administration will send a test message to all US cell phones on Thursday for a new alert system that aims to warn the public about national emergencies. The tenderloin emergency management agency says the message will bear the headline. Presidential alert and read. This is a test of the national wireless. Emergency alert system. No action is needed. Former President Obama had signed a law back in two thousand sixteen requiring female to create a system that lets US president sends cell phone alerts regarding public safety issues, you will not be able to opt out of the alert system. This is CBS news. WBZ news time eight oh three. The Subaru retailers of New England all-wheel-drive traffic.
"twenty four inches" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"Looking for potentially as much as eighteen to twenty four inches. Additionally, two dozen people have been killed a federal investigators says there's no evidence to suggest the gas explosions that rocked communities north of Boston were intentional. But what did cause them still a mystery? Governor Charlie Baker says most people who were evacuated will be going back home people unless something unanticipated happens should be able to return their homes at seven AM tomorrow morning. Investigators will be reviewing any reports of gas odors reported by residents in the communities of Lawrence north Andover and Andover law enforcement officials say US border patrol agents suspected of killing four prostitutes was arrested early today. KRLD reporter David borough. Juan David Ortiz was arrested early Saturday and Laredo after fleeing from state troopers and hiding it hotel parking lot Webb county district. Attorney is cedar. Albany said that the thirties were led to our tease after a woman. He tried to kidnap escape from him that led to the. Termination that Ortiz should be charged in the women's deaths. Allen said that a motive for the killings has not yet been determined David borough for CBS news, Dallas. The Trump administration will send a test message to all US cell phones on Thursday for a new alert system that aims to warn the public about national emergencies. The Federal Emergency Management agency says the message will bear the headline. Presidential alert and read. This is a test of the national wireless. Emergency alert system. No action is needed. Former President Obama had signed a law back in two thousand sixteen requiring female to create a system that lets US president sends cell phone alerts regarding public safety issues, you will not be able to opt out of the.
"twenty four inches" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"This is the poor man's meteorologist geek thing we've measured that in the five hours at Steve Lenora myself have been on the air, we have measured that is moved ten miles for Myrtle Beach to the west or so in that direction that works out to be two miles two miles an hour is it's current movement. That's pretty close the official tabulation from our senior hurricane specialist hasn't moving west southwest five miles per hour. And that's just kind of spits in spurts. It's spent most of the late night and predawn hours park to essentially over extreme eastern, South Carolina. So as long as as the core of the storm is over land it, of course, it's going to be weakening Windsor now down new maximum of fifty miles per hour with higher gusts, and this is exactly what we expected. This is trans forming now from a window along close than the storm surge now to a catastrophic of that over the interior portions, especially South Carolina and North Carolina. We've we've that some rainfall amounts of. That had already exceeded twenty four inches. That's in Newport. North Carolina was as a midnight. Newport that you don't you guys have a radar up in Newport. We we have a radars all over the east coast. So, but that's an actual rainfall measurement. That's not adopt the rest of it. That's an actual rainfall estimate. What I was. Meaning as you know, you've got a weather office up in Newport, also Newport morehead city area. Yes. Yes. We sure do. And and and I have yet to be able to talk to them because apparently they've got, you know, power phone all kinds of issues. Right. I think they have their hands full there. Yeah. That's an understatement. Repeat that again for our listeners how much rain that is we have a measurement of twenty four inches. That's two feet of rainfall at Newport, North Carolina. And that's as of midnight. It's still raining..
"twenty four inches" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Finally steers it inland laser this weekend. So, unfortunately, that means the rainfall totals a really gonna pile up. Okay. So are they different than those rainfall totals? Are we still looking at some places tween thirty and forty inches? Yeah. Those rainfall totals have gone up in Gordon just for some perspective on this. The all time rainfall total in North Carolina from any tropical storm or hurricane is twenty four inches during routine nine hundred ninety nine you may remember the epic flooding that occurred after hurricane Floyd. Well, now, the Hurricane Center in the national was forecast at some tolls could be up to forty inches of rain in parts of North Carolina. So rainfall all by the way, you also have the storm search flooding, the oceanwide that's gonna be pushed ashore, then the amount of water that they're going to have to deal with in parts of the Carolinas. It's just utterly mind boggling, and unfortunately, it looks like catastrophe in the making wow. And that flooding won't happen right away. Right. I mean, the things could peak in rivers and streams a couple of days after the storm has moved out. Yeah. You wait. I mean, I you're going to have. You're gonna have increasing coastal flooding. The hurricanes winds pushed the ocean water towards the coast. And then eventually the heavy rains move in event. Heavy rains going to persist for several days. And so, you know, the rivers are going to back up because they can't drain out to the ocean out to the sound because that oceanwide that's pushed in place in that water has to move downstream. So even areas downstream. May not get the heaviest rainfall could see some serious possibly catastrophic river flooding for over a week one. So this is unfortunately story that we're going to have to follow quite some time. Even after it's gone. Speaking live this morning with Jonathan Erdmann senior digital meteorologist at the Weather Channel talking about hurricane Florence. Is there a particular city or area that seems to be right in the middle of the worst of hurricane Florence? Well, Gordon for now our biggest concern for both storm surge flooding and the heaviest rainfall is going to be that area of southeast North Carolina. Wilmington North Carolina Cape fear. Right. So beach in those areas, but again, the forecast is changing in the heaviest rain track could actually shift a bit further south through the day. So increasingly parts of northern South Carolina. Maybe even eventually parts of southern South Carolina could get some heavier rainfall totals and then by the way, this has rain will also spread into the Appalachian mountains where it doesn't take nearly as much heavy rain to produce dangerous flooding because of the terrain. So we could have mud rockslides for the weekend. As far north as the mountains of West Virginia, the smoky mountains in North Carolina and even the mountains of north Georgia later this week. And so it's going to have an impact over a wide area, even well inland as on believable. Hey, thanks for few minutes again, which appreciated Jonathan urban senior digital meteorologist at the Weather Channel keeping us up to date on hurricane. Florence spoil. My take away from that hurricane Floyd in one thousand nine hundred nine dropped twenty four inches of rain on that area,.
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"Hey, listen. Welcome to the Sunday dish in cattle, and nursery. Sunday, it's toward the end of summer vacation. I everybody's going back to school. There's not much going on in the news, but we're gonna tell you anyway. Let's start with sideshow. This is not a statue as I usually tell you from them. This is art print limited edition. Only two hundred and fifty will be made. It's going to be two hundred. Fifty dollars on preorder is coming out soon of September, October of twenty eighteen. This is an art print of rogue the the road with the white hair front in the long hair in the back with, you know, the hurdle bandana really, really nice. Pretty piece here is officially licensed by marvel. It's eighteen inches by twenty four inches. It's a geek Louis or however you pronounce that and it is. It is comes framed in matted. Really, really nice piece if you're a big Roque fan or even just x. men fan. You might want to get in on this very limited. A lot of people are going to have it. It is a authorized automated penciled signature. So it is signed only two hundred fifty rogue. We have more bad news and other creator has died, Terry Wiley of sleaze castle Petra cetera, Bertie fair. He is. He was accountable crater. He died from brain cancer age fifty. Six, really sad fifty. Six is a young age to be to go, but he did leave behind a lasting legacy with the comments that he produced. So if you're a fan of any of the comics, Terry Wiley has made this is bad news for you. He has passed away age fifty, six rest in peace. Mr. Wiley and thank you for all that you've given us. Okay. We have four versus wolverine. Phoenix will reunite just regular wolverine wolverine with the Phoenix force versus store is going to be in thord number five. It's set thousands years in the future after earth's gone dead Thor has revived it with his granddaughter. So that tells you right there. Marvelous thinking the were door has pro created. We have little little force female horses. It's dot granddaughters. Not all is dead. Someone has survived. And of course why not? It's it's wolverine he bonded to the Phoenix force. Look at some of the artwork here. They released from it. I kinda like it. Wolverines bad enough dude away. It is giving Phoenix force and he's going to be nearly unstoppable. We don't know this is going to tie into any of the avengers line that's going on right now or the. Of the wolverine stuff, but it is going to be in thord. Five comes out September nineteenth on the shells. You can pick it up and see who's gonna win between Thor and Phoenix forcible ring. I haven't had a chance to watch Iran fifth season two yet it's on my list of binge-watch. I just finished watching Ozark last night season to watch that another great one, Jason Bateman very underrated as an actor. IRAs season two. You're gonna see the crane sisters and they do. They're not something that was made up for the show. They actually exist in the comics. So you're going to get to see. The crane sisters. An iron fist season two. I'm not sure which episode. Yes, but. Some more. I mean, they're leaking these characters here and there. Very important characters. That that's actually less article I have guys, I, I was telling you it's a really slow Sunday, so it wouldn't take long to catch up on these China. Find anything else I can talk about. Walking Dead, the season's coming out Tober new season season nine. Don't wanna miss that. Go have Walking Dead day, October, thirteenth, belie, severe local comic bookstore. For that long with Halloween comic fest in October coach, your logo, come bookstore, their participating. Some free Halloween themed comic books. Let's see. Yeah, there's really. Not a lot going on to day, so I guess I can let you guys loose early this time. You don't have to see this month straps all day long. As always please subscribe to this YouTube channel like this video subscribe league. Good comment. If you don't like that, you can catch us podcast, talk nerdy podcast dot com. You can listen in your browser downloaded from there or you have a pocket, whatever podcast, the system you use, we should be on every podcast platform. Just look force. If you find one, we're not on let us know so we can get added. I will see you guys tomorrow later nerds.
"twenty four inches" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"Hawaii's big island and the crux of the storm hasn't even hit yet. It's dumped more. Than twenty inches, there in nearly twenty four hours. And KP way radios Ken hub says a lot more rain is expected we, have the possibility of, getting another eighteen to twenty four inches of rain, something that's. Pretty frightening and this is something that I think is very very unusual we had some areas in. A twenty four hour period that had already seen a foot of rain and so then if you're talking, about possibly, dumping another eighteen to twenty four inches on top of that I mean you just have to go and wonder how much of this the ground, can absorb as it moves closer to land lane is. Expected to weaken but it won't be out of the area, until Sunday prosecutors have granted, immunity to, an executive at, the National Enquirer longtime friend of President Trump David pecker got it reports say for testimony about Mr. Trump's involvement in payoffs to silence women about his liaisons more. From correspondent ouija Jiang is a very, close friend f, President Trump didn't he reportedly received that protection inex- JR Change for details about his role in paying women. Hush money to, influence the two thousand sixteen election. Core papers spell out how pecker helped Cohen deal with negative stories about van, candidate trumps relationships with, those women and Jeff tonight the Associated Press is, reporting the. National Enquirer even kept a safe that was filled with documents about those payments and other gambling stories. To protect Mr. Trump a new travel advisory for Mexico did was spike in violence Carol de radios Allen, skyer reports, eight bodies were found this weekend Cancun the US State Department has issued a travel advisory saying the murders were not random and they were outside, tourist areas along the beach but turf battles between criminal. Groups have resulted in violent crime the American consulate in Juarez, across the Rio Grande from, El Paso, says the rate, of daytime homicides is not dropped since the first advisory was issued a month ago the US government is warning Americans not to go into downtown warez and the. Consulate must approve travel into the air For anyone working for the US government Alan sky. For CBS news Dallas harassing a bison could get you jail time just, ask Raymond Ranki who will spend one hundred thirty days behind bars after pleading guilty to misconduct in national parks including Harassing a bison that had stopped traffic in Yellowstone National Park one tourist caught the encounter on. Video and. Put it online on no no no no no. Banned from grand Teton, glacier and Yellowstone National parks for. Five years on Wall Street Dow and, NASDAQ both down this is CBS news to experience relief from foot and leg cramps theraworx relief get theraworx relief today in the, pain relief file at your local pharmacy ask. Your pharmacist for theraworx relief ZipRecruiter the smartest.
"twenty four inches" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Works relief. I'll Matt piper. Hurricane lane has already drenched parts of Hawaii's big island, and the crux of the storm hasn't even hit yet. Dumps more than twenty inches there in nearly twenty four hours and KP, way radio's Ken hub. Says a lot more rain is expected we have, the possibility. Of getting another eighteen to twenty four inches of rain something that's pretty frightening and this is something. That I think is very very unusual we had some areas in a twenty four hour period that had, already seen, a foot of rain and so then if you're talking about possibly dumping another eighteen to twenty four inches on top of that I, mean you just have to wonder how much of this. The ground can absorb as it moves closer to land lane, is expected to weaken but, it won't, be out of, the area until Sunday prosecutors have granted immunity to an executive at the National Enquirer longtime friend of President Trump David pecker got it reports say for testimony about. Mr. Trump's involvement in payoffs. To silence women. About his liaisons. More from correspondent ouija Jiang is a very close friend, of President Trump's in he reportedly received that protection inex- Change for details about his role and paying women. Hush. Money to influence, the twenty sixteen election court papers. Spell out how pecker helped Cohen deal with negative stories about then candidate trumps, relationships with those women, and Jeff tonight the Associated Press is reporting the, National Enquirer. Even kept a safe that was filled with documents about those payments and other damaging stories to protect. Mr. Trump new travel advisory for Mexico did was spike in violence Carol de radios Ellen skyer reports eight, bodies were, found this weekend Cancun the US State Department has issued a travel advisory saying the murders were not random and they were outside tourist, areas along the beach but turf battles between criminal groups. Have resulted in violent crime the American consulate in data warez, across the Rio Grande from, El Paso, says the rate, of daytime homicides has not dropped since the first advisory was issued a month ago the US government is warning Americans not to go into downtown Juarez and the. Consulate must approve traveling to the Area for anyone working for the US government Alan sky for CBS. News Dallas harassing a bison could get you jail time just ask Raymond. Ranki who will spend one hundred thirty days behind bars after pleading guilty to misconduct in two national parks including Harassing oh bison.
"twenty four inches" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Yeah. CBS news on the hour sponsored by theraworx. Relief I'll met. Piper hurricane lane has already drenched parts of Hawaii's big island and the crux of the storm hasn't even hit. Yet It's dumped more than twenty inches there, in nearly twenty four, hours and KP way radios Ken hub says a, lot more. Rain is expected we have the possibility of getting another eighteen to twenty four inches of rain. Something that's pretty frightening and this is something that I think is very very unusual we had some areas, in twenty, four hour period that had already seen a foot of rain and so then if you're talking about possibly dumping another eighteen to twenty four inches, on top of that I mean you just have to. Go and wonder how much of this the ground can absorb, as it moves closer to, land lane, is expected to, weaken but it won't be out of the area until Sunday prosecutors have granted immunity to an executive. At the National Enquirer longtime friend of President Trump David pecker. Got it reports say for testimony about Mr. Trump's involvement in payoffs does silence women. About his liaisons. More from correspondent Joe Jiang is a very close friend, f President Trump's in he reportedly received that protection inex- change for details about his role and paying women hush money to influence the two thousand sixteen election core paper spell out how pecker helped cohen deal with negative stories about ben candidate trumps relationships with those women and jeff tonight the associated press is reporting the national enquirer even kept a safe that was filled with documents about those payments and other gauging stories to protect mr trump a new travel advisory for mexico did a spike in violence carol de radios allen sky reports eight bodies were found this weekend cancun the u._s. state department has issued a travel advisory saying the murders were not random and they were outside tourist areas along the beach but turf battles between criminal groups have resulted in violent crime the american consulate in juarez across the rio grande from el paso says the rate of daytime homicides is not drop since the first advisory was issued a month ago the u._s. government is warning americans not to go into downtown juarez and the consulate must approve travel into the area For anyone working for the US government Alan sky. For CBS news Dallas. Harassing a bison could get you jail time just, ask Raymond Ranki who will spend one hundred thirty days behind bars after pleading guilty to misconduct in national parks including Harassing, oh bison that had stopped. Traffic in Yellowstone National Park one tourist caught the encounter on video. And put it. Online oh no no no no no is banned..
"twenty four inches" Discussed on WWL
"By theraworx. Relief are Matt piper hurricane lane has. Already drenched, parts, of Hawaii's big island and the crux of the, storm hasn't even hit yet It's dumped more than twenty inches there, in nearly twenty four. Hours and KP way radios can hop says a, lot more. Rain is expected we have the possibility of getting another eighteen to twenty four inches of rain something. That's pretty frightening and this is something that I think is very very unusual we had some areas in, a twenty, four hour period that had already seen a foot of rain and so then if you're talking about possibly dumping another eighteen to twenty, four inches on top of that I mean you just. Have to wonder how much of this the ground can absorb, as it moves closer to, land lane, is expected to, weaken but it won't be out of the area until Sunday prosecutors have granted immunity to an executive. At. The National Enquirer longtime friend of President Trump David pecker, got it reports say for testimony about Mr. Trump's involvement in payoffs does silence women about his liaisons more. From correspondent ouija Jiang care is a very close friend, f President Trump's and he reportedly received that protection inex- Change for details about his role in paying women hush money to influence the twenty sixteen election court papers. Spell out how pecker helped Cohen deal with negative stories about Ben candidate trumps, relationships with those women. And Jeff tonight the Associated Press is reporting the, National Enquirer. Even kept a safe that was filled with documents about those payments and other damaging stories to protect. Mr. Trump a new travel advisory for Mexico did a spike in violence Carol de radios Ellen skyer reports, eight bodies, were found this weekend Cancun the US State Department has issued a travel advisory saying the murders were not random and they were outside, tourist areas along the beach but turf battles between criminal. Groups have resulted in violent crime the American consulate in Juarez, across the Rio Grande from, El Paso, says the rate, of daytime homicides has not dropped since the first adviser who is a month ago the US government. Is. Warning Americans not to go into downtown Juarez and the, consulate must approve travel into the air For anyone working for the US government Alan sky. For CBS news Dallas harassing a bison could get you jail time just. Ask Raymond Ranki who will spend one hundred thirty days behind bars after pleading guilty to misconduct in national parks including Harassing oh bison that had. Stopped traffic in Yellowstone National Park one tourist caught the encounter. On video and put it, online, oh no no no no no is banned. From grantee glacier and Yellowstone National parks for five years on Wall Street Dow and.
"twenty four inches" Discussed on WTVN
"Built in refrigeration was designed to be a twenty four inch installation so the refrigerator didn't have to be on the end of a cabinet round you could place it anywhere within the cabinet run and make a kitchen efficient and effective and so they've expanded upon that within the seventies introducing integrated refrigeration which totally makes refrigeration seamless in the kitchen and also allows you to distribute it throughout the house and the various locations where it doesn't even appear to be a refrigerator so that's that's been huge for them and just keep expanding upon those lines and adding nuances wine storage is another new area that's been developed by sub zero and under counter clear ice machines is the whole gamut so you can get all your refrigeration needs under one umbrella the umbrella sure and the wine storage would that be a separate unit separate under counter tall unions when we talk about tall units are typically eighty four inches tall by eighteen wide twenty four wide thirty wide there's some combinations where there's a dual refrigeration upper storage for wine and then there are drawers there's are either all refrigerator or refrigerator freezer so you can really get the whole combination of refrigeration needs in one unit yeah i think one of the hallmark features of zero has been as you mentioned the integration in how they started building refrigerators that didn't stick out thirty two inches or thirty four inches you know created kind of just this big thing extending out beyond your counter but yet they came back to twenty four inch and they built the units to accept panels so they could sip cabinet panels so they would integrate so seamlessly into your cabinets and so they were doing that years and years ago and into today's world integration is still an important thing isn't it it's even more important you know more and more people are coming into our showroom wanting.
"twenty four inches" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Inches of snow yesterday while parts of northwestern massachusetts saw up to twenty four inches how will things be weather wise today with that said sacchi whether dot com meteorologist heather's there thinks only relatively quiet across the member 48 states more today we still have a storm moving through the northwest now this is not going to be a major disruption to travellers we are looking for some rainy weather to hang on across northern california and western parts of washington and oregon four today although again it's not going to be all that heavy we do have some gusty winds to deal with but most of the wind in any heavier precipitation will be associated with the main area which will be over idaho and western parts of montana and wyoming today now will continue to push far they're inland four tonight and there can be some locally heavy precipitation is well still it looks like overall will end up with one two three inches of snow in some areas as well as gusty winds they may cause problems for travellers in open areas we're still looking at the remnants of the storm system across the northeast this is one that move through the great lakes yesterday there will be some snow showers pushing across new york state and northern parts of new england today into tonight again no major accumulations of snow but a couple of inches of snow are going to be a possibility in parts of new york in the mountains of vermont especially northern parts of maine may also still pick up some snow today and indeed tonight we have a chance for some lighter snow showers farther south is well into the ohio valley in parts of the mid atlantic but overall there really just going to be a few scattered flurries we will have some rain fellow being as a storm develops down in parts of the arctic region but that won't be until tonight still the rain can get heavy that's the nation's weather i'm accu weather dot com meteorologist heather's air celebrating birthdays today singer loyd prices 85 country singer mickey jelly eighty two actor emmanuel lewis.
"twenty four inches" Discussed on KOMO
"The coast for gus for up to forty five miles per hour so if you're watching that closely and if you're traveling through the mountain passes we've got a winter storm warning up there and we expect us snow anywhere from fourteen to twenty four inches yeah and we're also watching the brink convergence own tomorrow we could have a little bit of rain and snow mixed up there for you folks and still homage county we'll keep you posted in the meantime be safe out there and the komo weather center i'm steve pool shower forty four degrees in seattle it could be well into tomorrow before authorities can clean up a that nightmarish train derailment blocking southbound 5 and dupont as komo's pete combs reports the disaster left three people dead and dozens hurt avert freivalds at george washington state patrol chief john batiste speaking a couple of hundred yards from a derailed amtrak passenger train parts of which were dangling over the side of a railroad trestle other parts had crashed on the southbound lanes of i five just south of mounds road one fire chief says first responders when above and beyond risking their own lives to save passengers trapped in the wreckage of the train and the cars crushed when it fell to acquire chief larry creek war we performed extrication these maja's of life to move the injured as night fell investigators with the national transportation safety board were still arriving as were huge cranes that would lift the broken railcars from the roadway and the tracks but chief patisse warned don't expect that to be a quick process and in from their dot will have to get in and inspect the braves to make sure that save as wall is rhode dead it's a process that could mean the traffic nightmare continues well after morning rush hour into pot pete combs komo news passenger and a schaefer was in the car that dangled from the overpass she shared her story with the associated press the rich paul the.
"twenty four inches" Discussed on KOMO
"The forecast hello everybody well for the balance of your night here we're just going to gradually see an increase in our rainfall but not only that were watching the winds fairly closely there's a winter advisory up over on the coast for gus for up to forty five miles per hour so if you're watching that closely and if you're traveling through the mountain passes we've got a winter storm warning up there and we expect a snow anywhere from fourteen to twenty four inches yeah and we're also watching the brink convergence own tomorrow we could have a little bit of rain and snow mixed up there for you folks in snohomish county we'll keep you posted in the meantime be safe out there and the komo weather center i'm steve pool we've got light rain and 45 degrees in seattle at six o'clock we'll bring you the coaches show but for now 20 minutes of nonstop peace continues on komo at 537 the train derailment making world headlines has led all the national news cassidy cnn had congressman denny heck on earlier today he represents the area where the crash took place he spoke with cnn's wolf blitzer congress but i know you're being briefed or what can you tell us well first of all were we all have to send our thoughts and prayers to the victims of this incredible horrific tragedy secondly i want to put this a little bit in the context of people understand this interstate 5 as the major arterial between mexico and canada as a matter of fact and the fact of the matter is that this crash site is just a few miles south of one of the most congested parts of i five in all of that distance so we're talking about something that is fundamentally important the movement of people in commerce in the area uh having been impacted here but the truth of the.