ABC News(NEW YORK) — Storms on both coasts are bringing trouble to holiday travelers to start out the week. One storm is causing flooding and gusty winds for the Southeast while the other has brought heavy rain to Southern California and snow in the mountains. The storm in the Southeast is bringing heavy rain from southern Florida all the way to the Carolinas on Monday morning. Flooding has been reported in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, where the airport briefly had to close down, and parts of the region got more than 8 inches of rain in the six hours after midnight.The storm will slowly move through the Carolinas by Monday evening with drier conditions expected for Florida. Up to 5 inches of rain is possible in South Carolina through the next 24 hours. West Coast stormThe western storm is bringing very heavy rain to Southern California on Monday morning, including Los Angeles and San Diego, with some flooding possible. In the mountains of Southern California some areas could see up to a foot of snow. In the L.A. area and San Diego, as much as 1 to 3 inches of rain is possible.Heavy rain will also spread into Arizona later on Monday and into the nighttime hours, with some areas seeing up to 1 inch of rainfall. Snow will spread into the southern Rockies from Utah to Colorado, where some areas could see more than a foot in the next 36 hours.Christmas thawOutside of the two travel trouble spots in the Southwest and Southeast, it will be a very mild, spring-like Christmas for most of the eastern U.S. Temperatures will reach the 50s close to Chicago and the 40s into the Great Lakes and the Northeast.Copyright © 2019, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.
FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrint分享Santa Fe New Mexican:Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham signed sweeping energy legislation on Friday that calls for New Mexico’s major electric utilities to get 100 percent of their power from carbon emission-free sources by 2045.One of the most ambitious and contentious laws passed during the 60-day legislative session that ended a week ago, Senate Bill 489 also sets up a system for financing the Public Service Company of New Mexico’s closure of a coal power plant in the Four Corners and creates job training programs for the renewable energy industry while extending assistance to laid off coal workers.The bill’s critics have argued it will still leave PNM customers paying for the company’s investments in the coal industry and do nothing to save the jobs of workers in the sector. But an unlikely coalition of backers, which includes PNM as well as environmental groups and labor unions, views the legislation as a stride in transitioning to clean energy while boosting the expansion of an industry they say has room to grow under the state’s sunny skies and on its windy mesas.Current law requires that 20 percent of New Mexico’s electricity come from renewable sources by 2020. SB 489 raises that threshold to 50 percent by 2030 for investor-owned utilities like PNM and rural electric cooperatives.As part of this goal, the law encourages PNM to shut down a coal power plant in the Four Corners, the San Juan Generating Station, by creating a system to sell bonds that would make up for the money the company would lose by closing the facility. The bonds would be paid off by PNM’s customers through electric bills.An analysis by legislative aides said it would cost about $27 million a year. Legislative analysts reported this would be less costly for customers than if PNM continued to operate the facility or if it sought other financing to end its operations. Both options have an estimated cost of $45 million a year, aides said.More: Lujan Grisham signs landmark clean energy bill New Mexico’s San Juan coal plant headed for closure with signing of clean energy law
Marjorie A. Fohl, of Cedar Grove, was born on August 2, 1930 in Cedar Grove, a daughter to William and Ester Kunkel Haas. She married Robert Fohl and together they raised seven children. Marjorie worked at Sperry Rubber and Plastics for 34 years, and was a member of Holy Guardian Angels Church, the Daughters of Isabella, and the Cedar Grove EMS. She loved her flower gardens, spending time with family and working at the Rose Bud Junction in Metamora on the weekends. On Wednesday, August 5, 2020 just 3 days after her 90th birthday, she passed away at Brookville Healthcare.Those surviving who will cherish Marjorie’s memory include her children; Gary (Patricia) Fohl, Daniel (Marlene) Fohl, both of Cedar Grove, Karen Fohl Bischoff (Steven Bohman) of Batesville, Robin (Mary Jo) Fohl of Brookville, Dale (Beverly) Fohl, Terrance (Cindy) Fohl, both of Cedar Grove, and Kyle Fohl (Brenda Paxton) of Brookville; 15 grandchildren, Robert, Ryan, Randal, Jason, Kurt, Derrick, Jeffrey, Eric, Emily, Abby, Kaitlin, Michele, Adam, Chelsea, and Aaron; 16 grandchildren, Garret, Conner, Lexi, Allison, Charlotte, Macy, Megan, Austin, Isabella, Mary, Zoey, Dilyn, Isla, Kinley, Emma and Layne; a brother, John Haas; sisters-in-law, Edith Haas and Jeanette Haas, and a brother-in-law, Donald Falk. Besides her parents and husband, she was preceded in death by twin granddaughters, Carrie and Christina; three sisters, Marilyn Haas, Carol Hannah, and Shirley Falk; one brother, Bill Haas, and a brother-in-law, Dennis Hannah.Friends may visit with the family on Saturday, August 8, 2020 from 9 until 11 a.m. at Holy Guardian Angels Oratory in Cedar Grove. A Mass of Christian Burial will be officiated by Father Vincent Lampert and burial will follow in the church cemetery.Due to the COVID-19 precautions and state mandates, all attending will be asked to follow proper social distancing protocol, including wearing a mask. If you are not feeling well, or if you have compromised immune system, you are encouraged to stay home.Memorial contributions can be directed to the Holy Guardian Angels Cemetery – made payable to St. Michael (please note HGA cemetery in memo). To sign the online guestbook or to leave a personal condolence, please visit www.cookrosenberger.com. The staff of Cook Rosenberger Funeral Home is honored to care for the family of Marjorie Fohl.
AEW Dynamite Grades: B+Also Read l AEW Dynamite results, AEW Dynamite Highlights: Chris and Jake score wins; Cody defeats EddieAEW Dynamite results: Orange Cassidy defeats Chris Jericho in a $7,000 Obligation MatchThe $7,000 Obligation Match began with Orange Cassidy backing Chris Jericho into the corner and hitting him with a series of kicks and punches. He sent the former world champion flying out of the ring and went on to deliver a slingshot crossbody. Le Champion fought back with a big boot, but Cassidy soon recovered and delivered a series of dragon screw leg whips on Jericho’s leg. The brawl between Santana, Ortiz and Best Friends began which distracted the referee and gave Jake Hager enough time to attack Orange Cassidy. Chris Jericho punished OC for a couple of minutes before Cassidy performed a roll-up and clinched the biggest victory of his career. WE RECOMMEND 6 months ago AEW Dynamite results: Jeff Cobb makes debut, Nyla Rose crowned new Women’s Champion WATCH US LIVE 1 month ago AEW Dynamite results: Chris Jericho and Jake Hager score wins; Cody defeats Eddie Kingston Adil Khan First Published: 13th August, 2020 12:04 IST COMMENT The champs are feeling the pressure now #AEWDynamite pic.twitter.com/nefwaYkbPV— All Elite Wrestling on TNT (@AEWonTNT) August 13, 2020 Also Read l Jon Moxley pulls out of AEW Dynamite due to possible COVID-19 exposureImage Source: AEW/Twitter SUBSCRIBE TO US LIVE TV 6 months ago AEW Dynamite: Jeff Cobb makes his AEW debut to lay waste on Jon Moxley 4 weeks ago Matt Hardy gets busted open on AEW Dynamite, claims “that literally could have killed me” With the hands in his pockets!Watch #AEWDynamite NOW on @TNTDrama or https://t.co/GdI7QAsxEP for our International fans. #AEWonTNT @AEWonTNT pic.twitter.com/I9GVhIVXoJ— All Elite Wrestling (@AEWrestling) August 13, 2020 The Young Bucks defeat Stu Grayson and Evil Uno (The Dark Order) (AEW Dynamite Grades: B) AEW World Champion Jon Moxley Ruins MJF’s Campaign Speech (AEW Dynamite Grades: B-) AEW TNT Champion Cody defeats Scorpio Sky (AEW Dynamite Grades: B+) AEW World Tag Team Champions Kenny Omega and ‘Hangman’ Adam Page defeat Luchasaurus and Jungle Boy (Jurassic Express) (AEW Dynamite Grades: B+) AEW World Women’s Champion Hikaru Shida defeats Heather Monroe (AEW Dynamite Grades: C-) Orange Cassidy defeats Chris Jericho in a $7,000 Obligation Match (AEW Dynamite Grades: B+) FOLLOW US On this week’s AEW Dynamite, AEW World Tag-Team Champions Kenny Omega and ‘Hangman’ Adam Page defeated Luchasaurus and Jungle Boy to retain their title. Orange Cassidy made an appearance as he defeated former AEW World Champion Chris Jericho in a $7,000 Obligation Match. Apart from these headliners, the night featured some incredible matches like The Young Bucks vs Stu Grayson and Evil Uno, Hikaru Shida vs Heather Monroe, Cody vs Scorpio Sky, and others. Several major AEW superstars like Jon Moxley, MJF, Matt Cardona and Brodie Lee also made an appearance on this week’s AEW Dynamite.Also Read l AEW Dynamite Results, AEW Dynamite Highlights: Omega and Page retain their title; Allin and Moxley win tooAEW Dynamite results: Major matches/segments that happened this weekAEW Dynamite results: Kenny Omega and ‘Hangman’ Adam Page defeat Jurassic ExpressAs Kenny Omega and Jungle Boy traded blows, Marko Stunt got on the apron to distract the champion. Kenny Omega asked Stunt to step down before grounding him with a slap. This led to a furious exchange between JB and Omega. Jurassic Express started to build some momentum, but Adam Page took over by punishing Jungle Boy. Luchasaurus tried to fight back, but Omega hit him with a V-Trigger and a couple of snapdragon suplexes. He then went outside and slapped Marko Stunt before the champs delivered their finishers on Jungle Boy at the same time for the win. Last Updated: 13th August, 2020 12:04 IST AEW Dynamite Results & Highlights: Cassidy Defeats Jericho; Omega And Page Retain Title AEW Dynamite results: AEW World Tag Team Champions Kenny Omega and ‘Hangman’ Adam Page defeat the Jurassic Express. Orange Cassidy defeats Chris Jericho. AEW Dynamite Grades: B+Also Read l AEW Dynamite results, AEW Dynamite Highlights: Mike Tyson issues stern warning to Chris JerichoAEW Dynamite results: All matches/segments that happened this week Written By 1 month ago AEW Dynamite Results: Omega and Page retain their title; Allin and Moxley win too