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Iota makes landfall in Nicaragua as "extremely dangerous" Category 4

Clark Howard

00:27 sec | Last week

Iota makes landfall in Nicaragua as "extremely dangerous" Category 4

"OTA has made landfall in Nicaragua as a devastating category for hurricane with sustained winds of 155 MPH. That was what it sounded like when the storm hit Colombia, the National Hurricane Center's Andy Lata the win by straining storm surge and truthful rainfall across Central America, and especially across the northeastern Nicaragua, southern Honduras. That's gonna be happening over the next day or so.

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Hurricane Iota upgraded to Category 5 storm as it nears Central America

WBZ Midday News

01:00 min | Last week

Hurricane Iota upgraded to Category 5 storm as it nears Central America

"Not looking good Hurricane I owe to now a dangerous Category five storm swirling and likely to bring catastrophic damage to the same part of Central America already pummeled earlier this month iota rapidly intensifying overnight into a mighty storm. This is a system over the western Caribbean. It's headed toward Nicaragua and Honduras and the region again is bracing for impact. The U. S National Hurricane Center says Air force Hurricane hunters flew into the core. They measured maximum sustained winds. This is sustained winds of 160 miles an hour, so obviously the gusts are stronger than that. And that is very powerful. That's scary stuff. So evacuations began over the weekend to move people out of low lying areas in both Nicaragua and Honduras, right near their shared border. And the storm is expected to make landfall later today.

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Hurricane Iota is now a Category 5 storm as it approaches Central America, days after Hurricane Eta

Rush Limbaugh

00:28 sec | Last week

Hurricane Iota is now a Category 5 storm as it approaches Central America, days after Hurricane Eta

"Ayotte is now a dangerous Category five storm that is likely to bring catastrophic damage to the same part of Central America, already better this month by the powerful hurricane at ETA iota rapidly intensified overnight into a mighty system over the western Caribbean, heading towards Nicaragua and Honduras. U S National Hurricane Center says that Air Force hurricane hunters flew into coyotes cork and measured maximum sustained winds off 160 MPH.

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 Hurricane Iota now a Category 5 storm near Central America

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | Last week

Hurricane Iota now a Category 5 storm near Central America

"Hurrican iota is rapidly strengthening into a category five storm that's likely to bring catastrophic damage to the same parts of Central America already battered by a powerful Hari kan ada less than two weeks ago iota has intensified over the western Caribbean one approach to Nicaragua and Honduras the national hurricane center says Ethel's hurricane hunters have flown into iota is cool and measured maximum sustained winds of one hundred sixty M. P. H. authorities warned the new Howard Cohen would probably commercial all of the areas where H. as torrential rains saturated the soil leaving it prone to new landslides and floods and that the storm surge could reach a shocking twelve to eighteen feet above normal times I'm Charles de Ledesma

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Hurricane Iota Strengthens To Category 4

Del Walmsley

00:27 sec | Last week

Hurricane Iota Strengthens To Category 4

"Iota, now the 13th hurricane of the Atlantic season and is rated as a Category three storm by the National Hurricane Center. System continues to gain strength that was centered about 275 miles east of the Caribbean island of Providencia overnight and expected to pass her cross over the island sometime today and approach the coast of Nicaragua and Honduras later this evening, it could intensify, according to forecasters to a Category four storm.

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Hurricane Iota strengthens, heads toward Central America

WGN Programming

00:16 sec | Last week

Hurricane Iota strengthens, heads toward Central America

"Hurricane iota continues to gain strength is that approaches Central America? It's now a Category two hurricane and could get even more strength by the time it makes landfall over Nicaragua earlier this week, the National Hurricane Center is warning of catastrophic winds, life threatening storm surge and extreme

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Hurricane Iota strengthens, heads toward Central America

Latino USA

00:30 sec | Last week

Hurricane Iota strengthens, heads toward Central America

"Hurricane iota is strengthening as it heads to Central America with potentially catastrophic winds, life threatening storm surge and heavy rains. Ayotte is a Category two storm with maximum sustained winds of 100 miles an hour. National Hurricane Center says the storm is expected to make landfall along the Nicaraguan Honduras's border late tomorrow. It's a strong Category four storm Ayotte is already dumping heavy rains causing flooding in Colombia. It is the 13th hurricane of the

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Hurricane Iota to intensify into a major hurricane, make landfall in Central America

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:23 sec | Last week

Hurricane Iota to intensify into a major hurricane, make landfall in Central America

"Iota is heading towards Central America. The tropical storm has strengthened overnight and is now the 13th hurricane in the 2020 Atlantic season. The National Hurricane Center says Iota is expected to become a major hurricane as it approaches Honduras and Nicaragua and areas still recovering from Hurricane Ada. Hurricane Iota is currently in the Caribbean Sea north of Columbia. With maximum sustained winds of 75 MPH, three

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Tropical Storm Iota, in the Caribbean Sea, is 30th named storm of season

Bob Zadek

00:15 sec | Last week

Tropical Storm Iota, in the Caribbean Sea, is 30th named storm of season

"Iota formed in the Caribbean expected now to strengthen into a major hurricane as it approaches Central America. National Hurricane Center warns that iota could bring dangerous wind storm surge in rainfall to Nicaragua and Honduras by tomorrow night.

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Iota Becomes 30th Named Storm in a Record-Breaking Season

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:23 sec | Last week

Iota Becomes 30th Named Storm in a Record-Breaking Season

"Tropical Storm Iota has formed in the Caribbean and is expected to strengthen into a major hurricane as it approaches Central America. The U. S. National Hurricane Center says iota could bring dangerous wind storm surge in rainfall to a place that still grappling With the aftermath of Hurricane Ada. Iota is the 30th named Storm of this year's record breaking Atlantic Hurricane season.

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Tropical Storm Iota Heads Toward Central America

On the Media

00:27 sec | Last week

Tropical Storm Iota Heads Toward Central America

"Storm Iota has its eyes set on Central America region still recovering from hurricane Aita Aita spark floods and mudslides that killed scores of people. Forecasters say Iota will be a major hurricane as it approaches Central America late tomorrow or Monday. Toyota's the 30th named storm of this year's record breaking Atlantic hurricane season. The National Hurricane Center, warning of dangerous wind storm surge and heavy rainfall in Nicaragua and Honduras. The

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Tropical Depression 31 forms, expected to become hurricane

NPR News Now

00:21 sec | Last week

Tropical Depression 31 forms, expected to become hurricane

"Close tropical storm. Ava is in the atlantic making a second landfall in florida. Yesterday ada left scores of people dead when it hits central america last week as a category for hurricane now the national hurricane center says a new storm is forming in the caribbean. Next week. it's expected to become a hurricane and will hit the same area that ada

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Miami prepares for Tropical Storm Eta

PM Tampa Bay with Ryan Gorman

01:51 min | Last week

Miami prepares for Tropical Storm Eta

"Our top story at eight o'clock, not a lot of change with Tropical Storm Aita as we move through the evening hours will continue to see tropical storm force winds and heavy rain as the storm moves up the coast National Hurricane Center director Ken Graham says the worst of it is on the east side of the storm center. It's these rain bands where you're getting the significant wins. You're getting tropical storm force winds. Well, Outlook. Even Orlando and look down here over portions of Fort Myers and Naples have seen these today and now getting into Broward County where we don't need any more rain. Ada is still on a path to make landfall north of the Tampa Bay area sometime tomorrow morning and then be out over the Atlantic By tomorrow evening. At the moment, it's west southwest of ST Pete, Moving north. At about 12 Miles an hour. We later got up close and personal to Florida's West central Coast somewhat sooner than expected, not giving residents much time to prepare. ST Pete Mayor Rick Kreismen says would have been different if we'd have a couple of days. But he also feels very fortunate. We are we're not talking about a storm, which, thankfully, didn't significantly intensify and become a two or three that took the sudden turn in that respect. I feel like we were all very fortunate, but having said that we still want you to take precautions. Savva Mayor Jane Castor says people need to be vigilance with the storm. Even though it's not a hurricane. Castor says conditions could get worse before they get better. The next couple of hours are going to be critical for our area. We're still looking at Tornado warnings and waken have water spouts out in the bay as well, and those could be very, very damaging As everyone is aware, Castor says. The weather can change in an instance people need to be aware of what's going on Long night ahead. In Pasco County, just south of eight is projected landfall. Monica Santiago, the Pascoe emergency management says there are no evacuation orders, shelters or not open, but she is urging residents.

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Eta regains hurricane strength as Florida braces for second hit

Anna Davlantes

00:28 sec | 2 weeks ago

Eta regains hurricane strength as Florida braces for second hit

"Has weakened to a tropical storm just hours after regaining hurricane strength as Florida braces for a second hit from the storm. The storm's maximum sustained winds decrease to around 70 MPH off Florida's southwest coast. This afternoon, Forecasters at the National Hurricane Center in Miami issued a hurricane watch for a 120 miles stretch that includes Tampa in ST Petersburg. A storm has been in the Gulf of Mexico since crossing over South Florida on Sunday.

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Eta gaining strength in the Gulf of Mexico

AM Tampa Bay

00:24 sec | 2 weeks ago

Eta gaining strength in the Gulf of Mexico

"Storm ADA is expected to regain strength today but has taken a sharp right turn. The storm made landfall in South Florida on Sunday and now heads towards the northern Gulf of Mexico. The National Hurricane Center says eight as expected to reach near hurricane strength tomorrow with top winds of 70 MPH. Data's forecast track has been shifting away from the West coast of Florida, but it could still hit Tampa Bay.

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Tropical storm Eta causes flooding in Florida keys, pummels Miami

AM Tampa Bay

00:20 sec | 2 weeks ago

Tropical storm Eta causes flooding in Florida keys, pummels Miami

"To South Florida Bands of heavy rain and gusty winds set off some flooding in the Florida Keys and the peninsula has the center of the storm went offshore. National Hurricane Center says ADA will continue heading north as a strong tropical storm near hurricane strength, possibly hitting the Gulf Coast. So it's

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Tropical Storm Eta lashing South Florida

South Florida's First News with Jimmy Cefalo

01:01 min | 2 weeks ago

Tropical Storm Eta lashing South Florida

"And yes, South Florida does continue to get pounded by some heavy rains from tropical storm ETA storm made landfall overnight on the lower medical Maki with maximum sustained winds of 65 MPH now that mixed in with King tides or no national Hurricane Center meteorologist David Zelinsky. It spells for a wet mess, especially along the coast. Any time that you have high tides are unusually high tides combined with the rain. That prevents it from draining properly, and you can get that urban flooding pretty quickly in some areas have had rain falls in the double digits. We're talking over a foot of rain so far in areas like Brickell, Hialeah, Miami Lakes will manners for Lauderdale, even portions of Miramar. Good news is the storm is pulling away from the state. The bad news is, it is expected to make a sharp turn north and hit farther up the peninsula later Thiss week, and the power is out for many more this morning, still a result of the storm over 20,000 power outages, reported Miami Dade and Broward County As of 9, a.m.. Over a million since this

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Flash Flood Warnings For Broward, Miami Dade County

South Florida's First News with Jimmy Cefalo

01:11 min | 2 weeks ago

Flash Flood Warnings For Broward, Miami Dade County

"Extended for the Broward and Miami Dade County areas until 11 o'clock at the earliest. We're talking double digits of rain from heavy rain bands already in the double digits overnight. The ongoing flooding still a major problem this morning. South Florida continues to get pounded in some spots by the heavy rains from ETA. It made landfall on the lower back Om Baky with Miss Maxima sustained winds of 65 MPH last night. National Hurricane Center meteorologist David Zelinsky says that mixed in with King tides is spelling a wet mess for too many people, especially along the coast. Any time that you have high tides are unusually high tides combined with the rain that prevents it from training properly, and you can get that urban flooding pretty quickly. Some areas have had rain falls again in the double digits, including Brickle. It has been flooded Hialeah, Miami Lakes, Wilton Manors for Lauderdale, even portions of Miramar. The storm is pulling away from the sea, which is good news for us. It is expected to take a sharp turn north and hit farther up the peninsula later on this week, and it could regain hurricane status at some point. Many across South Florida,

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"us national hurricane center" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:14 min | 2 weeks ago

"us national hurricane center" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Get paid two days faster than everyone else. Go to current dot com and download the Yeah, it really is. The future of banking. Zain Sandy ingress, So Tropical Storm ADA makes landfall. ADA has just made landfall in the southern tip of Florida as a strong tropical storm in anticipation of his arrival, the US National Hurricane Center in Miami had already declared hurricane storm surge warnings. Or the Florida Keys from Ocean reefs. They're dried Ortega's, including Florida Bank, that's foxes, actually Strohmeyer, Florida officials closed down beaches, sports and covert testing sites, shut down public transportation and urged residents to stay off the street. The storm had maximum sustained winds of 65 MPH Sunday evening. And has already left scores of dead and over 100 Missing in Mexico and Central America or it hit last week is a major hurricane celebrity passings. Longtime Jeopardy host Alex Trebek is dead at age 80 and Norm Crosby, the comedian known for mangling the English language has died at 93. America is listening to Fox News. From the X URGENT temporal scanner Thermometer Weather report is sponsored by Compassion International. Partly cloudy, mild conditions as we go through the evening hours across central Alabama will have an overnight low around 63 a mixture of clouds and sun tomorrow and still warm. Afternoon high 77 with winds gusting out of the east at 20 MPH Partly cloudy again Monday night with a low of 65 in the W P R c Block six. First alert Weather Center I'm meteorologist Fred Hunter on your side on NewsRadio. 1055 ARSON Right now it's 69 degrees at Birmingham's News, Traffic and Weather Station News Radio 1055 w where Autumn means trading, jumping into pools for jumping into leaves and each day's for school days. So is the nights get longer and chilly air brings us inside, Make sure your home is warm, comfortable and beautiful with new stain master carpet with thousands of styles and colors to choose from, and the protection of an amazing warranty stain. Master carpet will leave you Family and your wallet feeling cozy and.

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"us national hurricane center" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:59 min | 2 weeks ago

"us national hurricane center" Discussed on WGN Radio

"More than 236,000 Americans so far this year, and searchers in Guatemala are digging through mud and debris looking for an estimated 100 people believed buried by a massive rain fueled landslide as ADA regained tropical storm strength. And turned toward Cuba. A became a tropical storm again as it moved over the Caribbean Sea. The US National Hurricane Center issued tropical storm watches for the northwestern Bahamas, Southern Florida and the Florida Keys. Years after their deaths. Whitney Houston the notorious B I G and T rexes Marc Bolan will be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Joining them as part of the halls. 2020 class are nine inch nails, Depeche Mode and the Doobie Brothers. The rock calls induction ceremony was supposed to take place in May, but things change because of the pandemic. Instead, a taped TV special airs tonight on HBO. What's news nation every night on W G N America or go to the news nation Now APP for news around the clock. I'm Bob Kessler. Sunny skies again on this Saturday breezy and warm high of 74 degrees. A record for today is 75 way back in 1915. Southwest winds at 70 17 gusting at times to 24 mainly clear mild Tonight alot 52 for tomorrow. A few more clouds around mix of sun and clouds breezy and warms. High. 75 Monday Partly cloudy, warm 74 a cold front approaches on Tuesday that'll bring a chance of a late day shower, but until then, mostly cloudy, still mild with high 70. Big changes for Wednesday, partly mostly cloudy much cooler. I only 50 degrees from the weather center on my camera. Introducing touch free payments from papal a safe way for your customers to pay whether you're a market seller, poodle, pamper piano tuner or plumber signing up to accept touch free payments for your business is easy. Simply download the papal app and display your own unique.

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"us national hurricane center" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:28 min | Last month

"us national hurricane center" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Absalon a strengthened into hurricane as it approaches Bermuda, the US National Hurricane Center says the storm is expected to make its closest approach to the island. Sometime Thursday night, and there is a direct risk of a direct impact, a report says. Federal housing officials are investigating why the city of Chicago is allowing a chronic polluter to move from Lincoln Park on the north side to a low income, predominantly Latino neighborhood near the Indiana border. The Tribune reports the Department of Housing and Urban Development As agreed to follow up on a complaint from community activists about the move of a general iron Industries. The Department of Justice and 11 States have filed an antitrust lawsuit against Google. He's again of engaging an anti competitive behavior in its search. And search advertising business is double BBM news Time now. 10 46. Well, she exports here is Rick Greg Game one of the world's Siri's went to the Dodgers ate three the final over the Rays. L. A broke open a scoreless match with Cody Ballenger, two run homer and the fourth, then got four more runs in the fifth. Key bye, Mookie Betts, two stolen bases. He homered in the sixth as well and Bellenger robbed a homer in the ninth. Tampa turns to Blake's now for Game two L. A starter for now, TBD commissioner Rob Manfred told The Associated Press. He wants to keep expanded playoffs of some sort next season and the rule that teams start with a man on second and extras as well. Keeping the D H in the National League E says he'll have to be negotiated with the players UNION. Illinois Middle linebacker Jake Hanson is preparing to negotiate his way through Wisconsin's tough running game Friday in the opener. Seems like a Wisconsin thing. They kind of just do everything right, like they're not, they don't beat themselves. You really have to force the turnovers yourself. They're not going to just hand you turnovers. Then they have a good running attack every year. Good play action game off, so that's kind of what they do. They're really consistent. What they dio Hanson's pretty good at forcing those turnovers, those seven fumbles created last year, most in college football, even though he missed several games. The mayor's out of linebacker Manti Te'o to the practice squad after the Ram signed kicker Kai Forbath away. They'll see those Rams next Monday night and our coverage will started for 20 Blackhawks GM Stan Bowman says his team is rebuilding, but not in a way that's much different from what it's done for the last few seasons. Woman says they want to get younger and more flexible. They do not want to lose members of the Corps. Four tapes came Keith Seabrook, least for now, with sports on the home of the Bears, Greg he's.

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"us national hurricane center" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

02:04 min | 2 months ago

"us national hurricane center" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"To put the end two abortions across and across the street. A group of counter protesters support a woman's right to choose. The two groups were peaceful and were watched by the Charlotte Mecklenburg. Police Department. Now your weather Channel forecast looking at Northeast flow for the rest of the weekend. So we're looking to stay free on Sunday. Now we still the chance of stray shell really otherwise partly most party low upper sixties next Sunday Sunshine High Low eighties bug Sunday night lower sixties. Showers and storms on Monday with highs backing off mid eighties. I'm Todd Boris Weather Channel News Talk 11, 10 and 1970 degrees in Gastonia, 68. Uptown in the Queen City and partly cloudy residents of Bermuda, urged by forecasts you're prepared to protect life and property had affair. Eric Ain't Paul at the US National Hurricane Center says Poland is expected to grow To a dangerous storm as it approaches the territory Sunday its maximum sustained winds 75 miles an hour expected to intensify as the strongest winds in terms of 62 services. The center is tracking in the Atlantic Ocean Gulf of Mexico. Also, tropical Storm Sally is threatening the Gulf Coast with dangerous storm surge, heavy rainfall in strong winds to tropical depressions and other disturbances. We're also at sea or in the gulf. None of these seem to be to affect the Charlotte area, the number of daily US deaths from the Corona virus declining again after peaking in early August. The death count yesterday about 900. But scientists say that ah knew about with the disease this fall could claim or lives with cooler weather and more people staying indoors. The US has seen two distinct peaks and daily death. The first deadly wave arrived in April. That's one deaths average more than 2200 Day. Carolina Corona Virus Update for you some promising numbers from North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services, the number of people hospitalized for Cove in 19 in the state felled by 68 yesterday, 270. The number of tests completed.

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"us national hurricane center" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

02:45 min | 3 months ago

"us national hurricane center" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"The president. Conway sites and need to spend more time with their four Children in a resignation letter she posted Sunday night Bill Michaels Washington Marco was downgraded to a tropical storm earlier this evening, less than a day after it strengthen to hurricane over the Gulf of Mexico as it headed towards landfall in Louisiana. Marco had maximum sustained winds of 70 MPH late Sunday. And what centered about 185 Miles south southeast of the month of the Mississippi. Forecasters say Marco is expected to approach the Louisiana Coast by Monday afternoon. On this week's Republican National Convention begins Monday in Charlotte, Republican leaders of promising a different look to their convention compared to the DNC, Clint Nevel tells Republican leaders and delegates in Charlotte's say they didn't care for the look of the DNC. It looks like the home shopping network Texas Lieutenant Governor Dan Patrick, one of six Texas delegates, he says the RNC will have a different feel The president is going to speak. I believe every night on national television President Trump will officially be nominated by just over 330 delegates. Tomorrow in Charlotte before the focus of the convention heads to Washington for life speeches and nightly programming on major networks through Thursday. Plate NEVEL Charlotte American Airlines is dropping service to pick Greenfield Airport in North Carolina. And Florence Regional in South Carolina. Because of reduced travel demand. Only it Francis Now what's trending on W B a p and w dot com Can Jeffrey from 24 7 news desk Who's a quote? Police saying a two year old boy was shot in northwest Dallas Sunday that they believe the child was playing with a gun child was taken to Children's Hospital in critical condition Governor AMP. It has issued a disaster declaration for 23 counties. As Texas prepares for the possible impact from two hurricanes. This will help the state meet critical emergency protection requirements, including evacuation and sheltering. The governor says an emergency shelters being set up in San Antonio preparing for up to 5000 evacuees and 100 buses and we're being staged should they be needed. The Texas military division, which includes the National Guard, is mobilizing more than 800 personnel to support potential rescue and evacuation efforts. News A says Dallas County reported 322 new covert 19 cases and two death Sunday. Tarrant County reported 255 new cases. Collin County reported no new cases Sunday but also said there were two deaths. Collin County Judge Chris Hill tells News eight he and his staff have suspected for a while that the number of covert 19 cases reported by the state may be inaccurate. We believe that a significant number of the cases.

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"us national hurricane center" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:51 min | 3 months ago

"us national hurricane center" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"This treatment. The Trump Administration complained that there were politically motivated delays by the Food and Drug Administration and approving a vaccine and therapeutics for the disease. Not one, but two big storms are threatening Gulf Coast communities. First up is Marco on track to hit the Louisiana coast Monday. Right now it's apparently forgot to be your hurricane as it makes landfall. But Andy Ladder with the National Hurricane Center says there's a possibility Marco could weaken either way. It will have company in the form of Laura forecasting to be a hurricane when it makes landfall. And currently forecasting make landfall some somewhere central to western Louisiana. And that would be Thursday morning. Lado says they could have overlapping warnings for both storms, which is rare, so that's an interesting That we did not encounter here very often at all. Very I'm Julie Walker. Firefighters are watching with trepidation has yet another system of winds and lightning strikes could spark new wildfires and fan existing blazes in Northern California. I'd have destroyed nearly 1000 homes and other structures and forced tens of thousands of people to evacuate. The groups of fires, which have been burning on all sides of the San Francisco Bay area were started by lightning strikes. We're among 12,000 registered in the state in the past week. The National Weather Service issued a red flag warning through Monday afternoon for the drought stricken area, meaning extreme fire conditions, including high temperatures. 65 mile an hour wind gusts at low humidity are likely. More on these stories at townhall dot com. Belief factor effective pain relief That really, really works. How do I know that? I don't have a script. I don't have talking points. I live it. I've been taking it for a year and a half. I had lower back pain issue that had been plaguing me for nine years. Almost a decade. I took really factor for two weeks. Yes, two weeks and my pain was gone and.

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"us national hurricane center" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:49 min | 4 months ago

"us national hurricane center" Discussed on WGN Radio

"406 shootings overall, a 75% increase, but overall crime decreased, Chicago police say, by 9%. Police recovered a total of 5600 illegal guns in July. Hurricane Zaius is slamming the Caribbean and heading towards the east coast of the US hurricane CS slamming the Caribbean and moving toward the east coast of the US hurricane battering the Bahamas, packing powerful winds over the miles per hour, heavy rain and dangerous storm surge storm also getting the Turks and Caicos. In Puerto Rico PCs, damaging homes and knocking out power for thousands, leaving neighborhoods across the island underwater. The storm's heading toward the Florida Coast Corona virus testing centers there are being closed. Officials in Miami have 20 evacuation centers on standby with social distancing in mind. The US National Hurricane Center in Miami says he say has had a Maximum sustained winds of 85 miles an hour this morning, and some strengthening is possible later in the day. A pair of NASA astronauts face the final and most important part of their space. X test flight Returning to Earth. Doug Hurley and Bob Banking today took part in a farewell ceremony of the international space station hours ahead of their planned departure on a space six dragon capsule. NASA says Despite the approaching hurricane, the weather looks good for a Sunday afternoon splashed down in the Gulf of Mexico near Panama CITY, Florida This will be the first splashed down for astronauts in 45 years. New restrictions are ineffective. O'Hare and Midway airports limited access now on ly, two ticketed passengers and employees. Chicago Department of Aviation officials say it's aimed at improving safety and security. Linda and Manuel Ben Evita's tell WG, and they're using O'Hare as a night shelter since April.

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"us national hurricane center" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"us national hurricane center" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"People out the border, but very few will be able to actually be granted asylum because fleeing poverty is in a qualifying condition for asylum. So these people don't know what they're expecting, but they feel that there will be some kind of divine intervention. Some people have told us that will allow them to read the US meantime, an analyst with Mooney Moody's says if President Trump follows cutting or reducing aid to Central America. It could backfire however, many disagree. The US National Hurricane Center says hurricane Wilma has weakened into a tropical depression, but torrential rains will continue in west central Mexico. CBS's Adrienne Bard is following in Mexico City. Residents of escanaba about an hour's drive south of Mazda lawn said they were glad they heated government warnings and state in shelters while hurricane Wilma came ashore this morning. Local officials described the mess. The storm knocked down lampposts trees and the walls of. Modest homes, but so far it did not cause casualties. According to Mexico's top civil protection official. W w j news time now ten thirty five the duchess of Sussex cut her short her planned visit to Fiji market while touring the region officials say that the visit was cut short because of security and crowd concerns here. CBS Jonathan vaguely Yati what happened there? I think she talked a little bit hot and flustered by the crowds. The demands of this tour have taken a little bit of a toll on her. I think for Meghan this being her first major overseas.

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"us national hurricane center" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"us national hurricane center" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Evening. It's maximum speed of wind of two hundred and fifty kilometers per hour. Incredible. This will decrease slightly for when it makes landfall expected. But it still expected to be a major hurricane huge amount of destruction is gonna be about forty five centimeters of rain, some Mexican states that like hell. They've declared a state of alert with flash flooding wins. Dangerous waves all expected. Now, the US National Hurricane Center they've been obviously closely monitoring this and this storm they described as life threatening. And they've actually described as explosive in the way it's developed because it was only a tropical storm on Saturday morning and it soon developed into a category five hurricane in less than two days. So really is remarkable. And how bad has this season been for hurricanes? The hurricane season begins from Mei-ching goes onto around November and Mexico, and the US has been well above the average for the number of storms and hurricanes will is on track to be one of the strongest hurricanes to ever hit the Pacific coast of Mexico and earlier this month areas of the US, they were they were really devastated by hurricane Michael which left twenty seven people dead. That was one of the most powerful to ever hit the north west of Florida, and this is all accumulated to make this hurricane. Season in the northeast Pacific possibly the worst on record meteorologists, they use this measurement cooled accumulated cycling energy. It basically combines the number of storms intense stay to give an overall measurement of the chop crack in.

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"us national hurricane center" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:58 min | 2 years ago

"us national hurricane center" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Coast states affected by tropical storm Florence. The impact of the storm is far from over thirteen people. In now reported to have been killed as a result of Florence with twenty thousand taken into shelters nearly seven hundred thousand people without power in the past half hour, the US National Hurricane Center said the states of north and South Carolina continue to face threats of flash flooding and major river flooding. The governor of North Carolina. Roy Cooper told reporters on Saturday that despite the storm having weakened now the situation was extremely dangerous the flood danger from this storm is more immediate today than when it made landfall just twenty four hours ago. We face walls of water at our coast along our rivers across farmland in our cities and in our tails. Or now face imminent threat. Then when the storm was just offshore. I cannot overstate flood waters are rising. And if you aren't watching for them, you are risking your life. Florence has already broken North Carolina's record for the amount of rain produced by a single stolman one city that is facing the flooding. The governor was talking about there is Lumberton North Carolina Jay price from North Carolina public radio is there and I spoke to him about three hours ago. There's lashing rain. The storm the center of the storm has moved well west of here now, but it's a very large storm, and it's moving very very slowly. I'm sure there have been these bands of rain just whipping the town all day. The rivers the problem, the flooding is the problem as it usually is with major storms when we get them is the much anxiety. How people feeling? Yeah. Last couple days. Volunteer sip and stuff in sandbags and construction crews have been taking dump truckload after dump truck load every few minutes at a truckload of dirt came in their building up. A Levy in town in hopes of preventing the kind of flooding. They had two years ago with hurricane Matthew that did huge damage to the town more than eight hundred homes were damaged nearly nine hundred out of a population of a little over twenty thousand folks. So, you know, it got businesses like one hundreds of homes, and they're looking at flood levels that are expected to be pretty similar. They just want to try to get prevent that from getting into the actual housing this time, whether they can do that we won't know until tomorrow have lessons been learned. You think have people know which way the waters will run for instance. Yeah. That's why there been busy frantically building that Levy, and they built a kind of a ring damn around the water plan for the town which. Got flooded. And the last big hurricane. You know? These are talk to five hundred year floods are one thousand year flood.

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01:47 min | 2 years ago

"us national hurricane center" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The northern Philippines with violent winds and torrential rains. Typhoon? Mankiewicz made landfall on the country's main island Luzon early on Saturday blowing down trees, ripping off roofs and knocking out electricity supplies. Howard Johnson is on the island between Isabela. I'm to the hardest hit areas overnight this area was battered by high wind heavy rage. Holy here. The winds are still. Yeah. We've seen on the road electricity posts valve trees ripped to shreds on Detroit's it's all over the street. We've also had reports that that'd be riches that have been closed because of flooding and landslides, but most people are concerned about what's happened in the remote coastal areas. Because the that really took the brunt of the storm the US National Hurricane Center has said storm. Mm Florence's moving into eastern South Carolina, bringing life threatening storm surges and strong winds at least five people have died. Here's Laura Trevelyan. Florence has been downgraded to a tropical storm behavior. Poses a great threat. The high wings have subsided a base, and so is the sag. What we're saying is, absolutely. No. In South Carolina under threat now with blogging. Potentially catastrophic flooding. I speaking to you the Cape. Fear. River in Wilmington, North Carolina has already bright in the Rwandan. President polka gummy has pardon the jailed opposition he derby engagedri missing Gabby rain was serving a fifteen year sentence on charges including terrorism she.

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KQED Radio

03:25 min | 2 years ago

"us national hurricane center" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Sunny this morning except at the immediate coast. It'll become partly cloudy, everywhere and breezy once again this afternoon, we'll have highest from the mid sixty s to the upper seventies. It's now seven minutes past seven. It's morning edition from NPR news. I'm Rachel Martin. And I'm David Greene. Life threatening storm surge that is one prediction from the US National Hurricane Center, which is watching hurricane Florence move closer and closer to the east coast of the United States. This is the warning from North Carolina's governor ROY Cooper, this storm is a monster. It's big vicious. It is an extremely dangerous life threatening historic hurricane. Even if you've ridden out storms before this one is different. Don't bet your life or writing out a monster night a serious warning there. Now, what forecasters are saying could be different with Florence is the flooding, especially if the storm stalls over coastal communities and keeps dumping rain. Florence is a category four hurricane right now. NPR's Greg Allen is a waiting. The storm's arrival on the Carolina coast. He's in Wilmington, North Carolina. Hi there. Greg davis. Let's start with the evacuations. We have more than a million people along the eastern seaboard who are under mandatory evacuation orders. The big question. I have are they complying they leaving. Oh, I think so. Yes. I mean, we've seen in South Carolina, they ordered mandatory evacuation all those coastal counties, and they've got the flow going. So the roads are going one way going inland. And the people do seem to be taking advantage of that and going here in North Carolina. The mandatory evacuations have been for the barrier islands for the beach communities. It's kind of a different system here. But people are. Are taking it seriously. And they they are going. We have a little more time. Now, it looks like the storm might not be arriving until told Saturday morning her. We'll start getting a real storm conditions tomorrow. Tropical storm will rain. So authorities are saying they should people should do it today. We haven't talked about the Outer Banks a storm is taking your track like this in North Carolina. I mean, this this is where residents tourists rely on those that handful of bridges and ferries to get to the mainland and authorities are telling residents there to just get out immediately. I mean is is that going smoothly and where they're going? Well, I think so I mean, you know, as you know, the barrier islands you takes quite a while to get off of the islands. And you're so exposure so far out to sea. They're out in the ocean yesterday transportation authorities say the ferries would stop operating today. I'm thinking that with the storm Dake being delayed a little bit probably to take their time to actually end the ferry service until it's clear that everyone's off the off the islands at that are served by the theories. But even as I was understanding yesterday. There was some over wash from from on the road. So, you know, you don't want to wait because as this storm surge the tide starts to come in the seas rise a little bit in advance of the storm. It gets very difficult to drive out. So I think people are taking it seriously. And remind me you're you're a bit farther south right in the city of of Wilmington, which is not under. That's right. I mean in North Carolina, it's a different system than South Carolina. It's not done by the governor here. It's done. The evacuation orders are done by local authorities and really evacuations are done to get people out of low lying areas that are that are at risk of flooding, and we have a significant risk of flooding. Here's.

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"us national hurricane center" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

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03:06 min | 2 years ago

"us national hurricane center" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Life threatening storm surge that is one prediction from the US National Hurricane Center, which is watching hurricane Florence move closer and closer to the east coast of the United States. This is the warning from North Carolina's governor ROY Cooper, this storm is a monster. It's big in its vicious is an extremely dangerous life threatening historic hurricane. Even if you've ridden out storms before this one is different. Bet your life or writing out monster night, a serious warning there. Now, what forecasters are saying could be different with Florence is the flooding, especially if the storm just stalls over coastal communities and keeps dumping rain. Florence is a category four hurricane right now. NPR's Greg Allen is awaiting. The storm's arrival on the Carolina coast. He's in Wilmington, North Carolina. Hi there. Greg, david. Let's start with the evacuations. We have more than a million people along the eastern seaboard who are under mandatory evacuation orders. The big question. I have are they complying are. They leaving. Oh, I think so. Yes. I mean, we've seen in South Carolina, they ordered mandatory evacuation and all those coastal counties, and they've got you know, the cocker flow going. So the roads are going one way going inland. And the people do seem to be taking advantage of that and going here in North Carolina. The mandatory evacuations have been for the barrier islands for the beach communities. It's kind of a different system here. But people. Are taking it seriously. And they they are going. We have a little more time. Now, it looks like the storm might not be arriving until told Saturday morning her. We'll start getting a real storm conditions tomorrow. Tropical storm will terrain. So authorities saying they should people should do it today. We'll talk about the Outer Banks when a storm is taking your track like this in North Carolina. I mean, this this is where residents tourists rely on those that handful of bridges and ferries to get to the mainland and authorities are telling residents there to just get out immediately. I mean is is that going smoothly and where they going. Well, I think so I mean, you know, as you know, the barrier islands you takes quite a while to get off of the islands. And you're so exposure so far out to sea. They're out in the ocean yesterday of transportation. Authorities said the ferries would stop operating today. I'm thinking that with the storm Dake being delayed a little bit. They'll probably to take their time to actually end the ferry service until it's clear that everyone's off the off the islands at that are served by the theories. But even as was understanding yesterday. There was some over wash from from of on on some of the roads. So you don't want to wait. Because as this storm surge the tide starts to come in the seas rise a little bit in advance the storm it gets very difficult to drive out. So I think people are taking it seriously Europe it farther south right in the city of of Wilmington, which is. That's right. I mean in North Carolina two different systems in South Carolina. It's not done by the governor here. It's done. The evacuation. Orders are done by local authorities and really evacuations are done to get people out of low lying areas that are.

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KQED Radio

03:03 min | 2 years ago

"us national hurricane center" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Prediction from the US National Hurricane Center, which is watching hurricane Florence move closer and closer to the east coast of the United States. This is the warning from North Carolina's governor ROY Cooper, this storm is a monster. It's big vicious. It is an extremely dangerous life threatening historic hurricane. Even if you've ridden out storms before this one. Diff. Don't bet your life or writing out monster night, a serious warning there. Now, what forecasters are saying could be different with Florence is the flooding, especially if the storm two stalls over coastal communities and keeps dumping rain. Florence is a category four hurricane right now. NPR's Greg Allen is awaiting. The storm's arrival on the Carolina coast. He's in Wilmington, North Carolina. Hi there. Greg, david. Let's start with the evacuations. We have more than a million people along the eastern seaboard who are under mandatory evacuation orders. The big question. I have are they complying are. They leaving. Oh, I think so. Yes. I mean, we've seen in in South Carolina, they ordered mandatory evacuation and all those coastal counties, and they've got, you know, the contra flow going, so the roads are going one way going inland. And the people do seem to be taking advantage of that going here in North Carolina. The mandatory evacuations have been for the barrier islands for the beach communities. It's kind of a different system here. But people are taking it seriously. And they they are going. We have a little more time. Now, it looks like the storm might not be arriving Intel told Saturday morning her. We'll start getting a real strong conditions tomorrow. Tropical storm will rain. So authorities saying they should people should do it today. We'll talk about the Outer Banks when a storm is taking your track like this in North Carolina. I mean, this is where residents tourists rely on those that handful of bridges and ferries to get to the mainland and authorities are telling residents there to just get out immediately. I mean is is that going smoothly and where they going. Well, I think so I mean, you know, as you know, the barrier islands you takes quite a while to get off of the islands. And you're so exposure so far out to sea. They're out in the ocean yesterday of transportation. Authorities said that the ferries would stop operating today. I'm thinking that with the storm Dake being delayed a little bit. They'll probably take their time to actually end the ferry service until it's clear that everyone's off the off the islands at that are served by ferries. And but. They even as I was understanding yesterday. There was some over wash from from on on some of the roads. So you don't want to wait. Because as this storm surge the tide starts to come in the seas rise a little bit in advance of the storm. It gets very difficult to drive out. So I think people are taking it seriously money. You're you're a bit farther south right in the city of Wilmington, which is nine hundred vacation. That's right. I mean in North Carolina two different systems in South Carolina. It's not done by the governor here. It's done. The evacuation. Orders are done by local authorities and really vacuum are done to get people out of low lying areas that are.

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"us national hurricane center" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:03 min | 2 years ago

"us national hurricane center" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"One prediction from the US National Hurricane Center, which is watching hurricane Florence move closer and closer to the east coast of the United States. This is the warning from North Carolina's governor ROY Cooper, this storm is a monster. It's big, and it's vicious. It is an extremely dangerous life threatening historic hurricane. Even if you've ridden out storms before this one is different. Don't bet your life or writing out a monster serious warning there now what forecasters are saying could be different with Florence is the flooding, especially if the storm two stalls over coastal communities and keeps dumping rain. Florence is a category four hurricane right now. NPR's Greg Allen is awaiting. The storm's arrival on the Carolina coast. He's in Wilmington, North Carolina. Hi there. Greg, david. Let's start with the evacuations. We have more than a million people along the eastern seaboard who are under mandatory evacuation orders. The big question. I have are they complying they leaving. Oh, I think so. Yes. I mean, we've seen in South Carolina, they ordered mandatory evacuation and all those coastal counties, and they've got, you know, the contra flow going, so the roads are going one way going inland. And the people do seem to be taking advantage of that and going here in North Carolina. The mandatory evacuations have been for the barrier islands for the beach communities. It's kind of a different system here. But people are. Are taking it seriously. And they they are going. We have a little more time. Now, it looks like the storm might not be arriving until till Saturday morning her. We'll start getting a real storm conditions tomorrow. Tropical storm will rain. So authorities are saying they should people should do it today. We haven't talked about the Outer Banks when a storm is taking your track like this in North Carolina. I mean, this this is where residents tourists rely on those that handful of bridges and ferries to get to the mainland and authorities are telling residents there to just get out immediately. I mean is is that going smoothly and where they're going? Well, I think so I mean, you know, as you know, the barrier islands you takes quite a while to get off of the islands. And you're so exposure so far out to sea. They're out in the ocean yesterday of transportation. Authorities say the ferries would stop operating today. I'm thinking that with the storm Dake being delayed a little bit. They'll probably take their time to actually end the ferry service until it's clear that everyone's off the off the islands that are served by the theories. But they even as I was understanding yesterday. There was some over wash from from on on some of the roads. So you don't want to wait. Because as this storm surge the tide starts to come in the seas rise a little bit in advance of the storm. It gets very difficult to drive out. So I think people are taking it seriously money. You're you're a bit farther south right in the city of Wilmington, which is. That's right. I mean in North Carolina two different system than South Carolina. It's not done by the governor here. It's done. The evacuation. Orders are done by local authorities and really vaccinations are done to get people out of low lying areas that are.

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"us national hurricane center" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"us national hurricane center" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Life threatening storm surge that is one prediction from the US National Hurricane Center, which is watching hurricane Florence move closer and closer to the east coast of the United States. This is the warning from North Carolina Governor ROY Cooper, this storm is a monster. It's big vicious. It is an extremely dangerous life threatening historic hurricane. Even if you've ridden out storms before this one is different. That your life or writing out monster a serious warning there? Now, what forecasters are saying could be different with Florence is the flooding, especially if the storm two stalls over coastal communities and keeps dumping rain. Florence is a category four hurricane right now. NPR's Greg Allen is awaiting. The storm's arrival on the Carolina coast. He's in Wilmington, North Carolina. Hi there. Greg, david. Let's start with the evacuations. We have more than a million people along the eastern seaboard who are under mandatory evacuation orders. The big question. I have are they complying they leaving. Oh, I think so. Yes. I mean, we've seen in in South Carolina, they ordered mandatory evacuation and all those coastal counties, and they've got, you know, the contra flow going, so the roads are going one way going inland. And the people do seem to be taking advantage of that and going here in North Carolina. The mandatory evacuations have been for the barrier islands for the beach communities. It's kind of a different system here. But people are. Are taking it seriously. And they they are going. We have a little more time. Now, it looks like the storm might not be arriving until Saturday morning are we'll start getting a real storm conditions tomorrow. Tropical storm will three main. So you're saying they should people should do it today. We haven't talked about the Outer Banks when a storm is taking your track like this in North Carolina. I mean, this this is where residents tourists rely on those that handful of bridges and ferries to get to the mainland and authorities are telling residents there to just get out immediately. I mean is is that going smoothly and where are going? Well. I think so I mean, you know, as you know, the barrier islands you takes quite a while to get off of the islands. And you're so exposure so far out to sea. They're out in the ocean yesterday of transportation. Authorities said the ferries would stop operating today. I'm thinking that with the storm Dake being delayed a little bit. They'll probably take their time to actually end the ferry service until it's clear that everyone's off the off the islands that are served by ferries. But they even as I was understanding yesterday. There was some over wash from from on on some of the roads. So, you know, you don't want to wait because as this storm surge the tide starts to come in the seas rise a little bit in advance of the storm. It gets very difficult to drive out. So I think people are taking it seriously and reminding Europe it farther south right in the city of of Wilmington, which is. That's right. I mean, north in North Carolina two different systems in South Carolina. It's not done by the governor here. It's done. The evacuation. Orders are done by local authorities and really evacuations are done to get people out of low lying areas that are.

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KSFO-AM

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"us national hurricane center" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Raid led to four arrests and the suspects were charged with conspiring to possess with intent to distribute a quantity of fencing off as scheduled to controlled substance this isn't the first time a swat team became sick from exposure to fentanyl powder during a raid in september swat officers in connecticut through a flashbang grenade in to a home during a raid causing sentinel and heroin powder to be spread throughout the air at that time eleven officers had to be hospitalized hurricane franklin roared ashore on mexico's central gulf coast early this morning threatening to pound a mountainous region prone to flash floods and mudslides with torrential rains and heavy winds franklin strengthened into the first hurricane of the atlantic season on wednesday and it's landfall early this morning with its second on mexican territory in three days as a tropical storm franklin made a relatively mild run across the yucatan peninsula earlier in the week authorities in vera cruz ordered classes canceled at public schools as a precautionary measure schools are frequently used as storm shelters in mexico the us national hurricane center said franklin a category one storm had maximum sustained winds of eighty five miles per hour the storm was expected to weaken as it moved inland franklin center was about seventy miles north northwest of the city of beira cruz was heading west at about thirteen miles per hour a hurricane warning was in effect for the coast from barracuda city north to kabul rojo a hurricane watch extended north from cover rojo to reopen newco mexico's civil defence director ricardo dela cruz said on tuesday that the storm's impact on yucatan's was not as bad as initially feared but some trees downed an power was out in some areas also he warned the second impact could be even stronger than the first forecasters said frank clint could drop 4 two eight inches of rain with localised amounts of up to fifteen inches time for sports in the nfl exhibition season last night kicked off with carolina beating houston twenty seven two seven t tonight preseason contest include.

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