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Sam Winters, Ian Lewis & Shayne Smith help Roberta Gonzalez deliver the weather report on KPIX Channel 5 in San Francisco on February 19, 2010. They are introduced at the end of the 4 minute clip and Roberta Gonzalez delivers a plug for Sunday's game in San Jose.
It was a hot day at Santa Clara Paintball. I still had to try out my Bob Long Insight. This is the first day and it still shot like a champ. I did have trouble with the trigger but I'll adjust it and it should be fine next time. Let me know if you'd like any other kind of video gearbag, shooting etc. Thanks for watching and click that subscribe button.
National Weather Service issued a tornado warning today for Santa Clara County including the City of Morgan Hill. This video is a collection of frames from the webcam at Morgan Hill Weather which looks west across the city from the eastern foothills. The view changes as the camera is panned and zoomed around the sky. The timeframe is 2:00pm to 2:30pm... the duration of the tornado warning. No tornados were spotted but there was both thunder and lightning from this storm system. http://webcam.morganhillweather.com/
At 1 am last night 60 separate explosive fires like never before seen hit Sonoma and Napa Counties up to Mendocino County. Around 11:30 pm last night winds began to swirl out of nowhere. There was no weather event predicted or forecast. At 1 am over 60 fires combusted but there was no lightning, and no warning. Mass evacuations in the middle of the night took place. many running out of gas heading West to the coast, since north 101 at Santa Rosa and East to Napa were on fire. This is Geo TErrorism, as evidenced by Hurricanes Harvery, Irma and Maria and Nate and now fires from the sky in the middle of the night out of nowhere. Hurricane Harvey came at 1:30 am and was downgraded to tropical storm and then the dams were opened to "flush the toilet" Here in N. CA, it's burn, baby burn.... A...
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Hurricane Betsy (also known as Santa Clara Hurricane) was a Category 3 hurricane that struck the Leeward Islands, Puerto Rico, Hispaniola, and the Bahamas during the 1956 Atlantic hurricane season. Betsy killed 18 people when the storm tore through the Leeward Islands. In Guadeloupe, about 1,000 homes were damaged and 50 to 60 percent of banana and coconut crop ruined.  Damage in Guadeloupe was estimated to be $10 million (1956 USD). The storm later struck Puerto Rico on August 11, leaving 25 million dollars (1965 USD) in damage, 9 people dead and 15,000 homeless. On Turks Island, numerous houses were damaged while the Bahamas received about $380,000 dollars (1956 USD) in damage. While delivering relief supplies to San Salvador Air Force Base, a Douglas C-124A-DL Globemaster II o...
Room & Board presents a portrait of the amazing outdoor furniture manufacturer Loll Designs. Their modern outdoor furniture is made with 100% recycled material in Duluth, Minnesota, USA. Check out the Room & Board Loll outdoor collection at http://bit.ly/j0qdgd.
View the drawing for Audiolab's March 2017 monthly giveaway of 2 pairs of Acoustic Research Santa Clara speakers. Winners were chosen from entrants in our monthly giveaway at www.audiolab.com. Audiolab contacts all winners directly. Mobility is key when it comes to your music. You want to take your music anywhere at any time and be able to listen clearly. Acoustic Research's Santa Clara weather resistant Bluetooth speaker is an incredible value for music lovers who want portability, durability, and high-end features from their wireless speakers. Use its wireless Bluetooth connectivity OR its aux input for impressive sound pushed through the speaker's 3-way system featuring an enhanced bass radiator. This well designed, IPX weather resistant speaker is the perfect answer to your audio need...
After serious flooding in Santa Clara and over much of Southwest and South Central Utah, today...there was a flash flood in the San Juan County area just south of Blanding. A storm developed and dropped heavy rain and resulted in water running over SR 191/6. All of Utah is under dry and cooler weather tonight and tomorrow. Dry weather will help with the clean-up on Santa Clara for the next 7 days. No 90's in the forecast for Salt Lake City and the Wasatch Front for the next week...and perfect near 80 degree weather on Thursday. It will, however, be a tad cool tonight. (A touch of fall in the air).
Entering year 19 as a meteorologist with KPIX, never before have I found myself having so much fun Reporting IN the elements throughout the Bay Area, as well as Reporting ON the elements inside the Studio!I solely forecast Weather for my presentations (no Weather Producer) and construct/create my own Weather graphics. I am also committed to updating viewers through Social Media, providing updated Weather information as actively as possible, while providing Radio segments for KCBS Radio. It is a full day, in which I fully embrace. Thank you for your time in considering me for such a prestigious award! Official Site: http://sanfrancisco.cbslocal.com/ YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/CBSSanFrancisco FaceBook: https://www.facebook.com/CBSSanFrancisco Twitter: @cbssf
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wZcKG1gDZ6U This is Part 2 of this video. This is the Santa Clara River after the National Weather Service issued a flash flood warning on March 20, 2011 for parts of Ventura County, CA. for this rainstorm. The water in this rivers is usually very low. As you can see the water is very high from from its normal flow. entura County Sheriff's Department and Ventura County Fire Department have been involved in a swift-water rescue in this river before. On this day they ended up rescuing a group of friends in a creek bed off Hillcrest Drive in Thousand Oaks. The National Weather Service reported rain totals for this rainstorm had reached 4.79 inches in Camarillo, 3.09 inches in Ventura, 3.88 inches at Lake Casitas, 5.23 inches in Ojai, 4.45 inches in Fil...
Labor Day weekend is one of the last opportunities to enjoy fun in the sun but the rain and cold caused many people to change their plans.
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