Published 3:12 pm CDT, Tuesday, April 30, 2019 PHOENIX (AP) — With visitors flocking to warm-weather Arizona for baseball spring training and spring break, it's no surprise that Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport in March set a record for its busiest month ever. Sky Harbor officials say 4.5 million passengers passed through the airport in March, 3.3 percent over the March 2018 previous record. Sky Harbor in 2018 broke its yearly record with nearly 45 million passengers traveling through the airport, up from 44 million in 2015. Phoenix Mayor Kate Gallego said the passenger figures show the strong demand for travel to and from Phoenix and that renovation and construction projects will help accommodate additional traffic. Current projects include renovating Terminal 3, adding an eight-gate concourse in Terminal 4 and extending the Sky Train service to the rental car center. … [Read more...] about Phoenix Sky Harbor sets March record for passengers
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Aleanna Siacon Detroit Free Press Published 11:29 AM EST Jan 20, 2019 After snow fell for hours on Saturday, the National Weather Service posted a notice early Sunday, warning of "dangerous wind chills" in southeast Michigan and lake effect snow expected in the state's thumb. According to an urgent Winter Weather Message from the NWS, a winter weather advisory will be in effect for Huron and Sanilac counties, plus the cities of Bad Axe and Sandusky until 7 a.m. Monday. But, a wind chill advisory will be in effect from 6 p.m. Sunday until noon on Monday. "Lake effect snow and very cold wind chills expected. Occasional snow showers today through tonight. Total snow accumulations from this morning through late tonight will range anywhere from an inch up to 7 inches, with the higher accumulations confined to locations along the Lake Huron shoreline from Port Austin down to Forestville," the advisory said. Sunday's NWS advisory added that north winds gusting between … [Read more...] about Weather advisory: Freezing wind, lake effect snow hit Mich.
Schuyler Dixon Associated Press Published 5:24 PM EST Dec 26, 2018 Dallas — No. 23 Boise State’s first appearance at historic Cotton Bowl Stadium turned into what is believed to be the first bowl game called off because of weather. The SERVPRO First Responder Bowl between the Broncos and Boston College was canceled because of the threat of severe weather after a delay of nearly 1 1/2 hours Wednesday. The game was stopped with Boston College leading 7-0 with 5:08 remaining in the first quarter. The delay came not long after AJ Dillon ran 19 yards for a touchdown . “In my career, this is a first,” said Boston College coach Steve Addazio, finishing his sixth year in charge of the Eagles and 33rd year in the profession. “I don’t second-guess anything about it. The decision was made for the right reasons and that’s the welfare of both teams’ players.” NCAA spokesman J.D. Hamilton said via email that it was believed … [Read more...] about ‘This is a first’: Weather cancels First Responder Bowl
By J.D. Capelouto, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution The winter weather that hit northwest Georgia caused thousands of people to lose power Sunday morning.Georgia Power reported more than 15,000 customers without power as of 9 a.m. Sunday. Many of the outages are in the northwest corner of the state, which saw snow and other winter weather. SUNDAY’S WEATHER-TRAFFIC: Cold rain hits metro Atlanta as snow falls in the mountains In metro Atlanta, cold rain and wind caused several downed trees and power lines.Several streets in Sandy Springs were closed due to the downed lines. Recommended for you Recommended for you Recommended for you Most read 1 MLS champs: Atlanta United defeats Portland 2 Cold rain hits metro Atlanta as snow falls in NW Georgia 3 More blood pressure medication recalled due to possible cancer risk While the wind and heavy rain have subsided, we have residents without power this morning due to downed trees and power lines. Closures due … [Read more...] about Winter weather causes power outages, road closures
By Sarah Ravani Published 1:31 pm PDT, Tuesday, October 9, 2018 PG&E works on restoring power on Bush Street in the aftermath of the Carr Fire in Keswick, Calif. on Monday, July 30, 2018. On Tuesday, state fire officials said thaty two sagging PG&E power lines ignited a deadly blaze last year in Yuba County that killed four people, injured one firefighter and scorched nearly 10,000 acres. less PG&E works on restoring power on Bush Street in the aftermath of the Carr Fire in Keswick, Calif. on Monday, July 30, 2018. On Tuesday, state fire officials said thaty two sagging PG&E power lines ... more Photo: Scott Strazzante / The Chronicle Buy photo Photo: Scott Strazzante / The Chronicle Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 PG&E works on restoring power on Bush Street in the aftermath of the … [Read more...] about Sagging PG&E power lines started deadly 2017 fire in Yuba County, officials say