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Video Surfaces Of Alleged Racial Profiling At Torrance Starbucks

Video Surfaces Of Alleged Racial Profiling At Torrance Starbucks



2018-04-17T01:10:20+0000

The Starbucks racial controversy rages on. First it was Philly. This time in L.A. when a manager reportedly refused to give the bathroom code to a black man. Randy Paige reports.

As CBSLA’s Randy Paige reports, while the nation’s attention was riveted on Philadelphia today, after two African-American men were arrested in a Starbucks there after asking to use the restroom, another video has surfaced. This time in Torrance.



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Here is a good example of standing wave clouds developing across the Tehachapi Mountains this morning. The SW to NE alignment of these cloud waves tell you that gusty NW winds are developing behind an exiting front. There is enough moisture with in a horizontal layer near the ridgetop that allows clouds to develop, then quickly dissipate out on either side of the cloud due to the wave action of the air moving over the mountains. ...

 

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Good afternoon from the Day/Swing Shifts.

Well, the area is still on track for a quick shot of precipitation tonight and Thursday as a weak system moves across the area. At this time, the best chances for measurable precipitation look to be across the Central Coast. Rainfall totals are generally expected to range around 0.10 inches or less with locally higher amounts (up to 0.25") possible across the Central Coast. Snow levels will drop to around 4000 feet, so there could be some light snow accumulations in the local mountains.

As the system moves through, gusty northwesterly winds will develop across the area on Thursday. Wind gusts between 35 and 55 MPH will be possible across the mountains and northerly wind-prone areas.

For Friday through the weekend, high pressure is forecast to build over the West Coast. So, warmer and drier conditions can be expected for the area. ...

Good afternoon from the Day/Swing Shifts.

Well, the area is still on track for a quick shot of precipitation tonight and Thursday as a weak system moves across the area. At this time, the best chances for measurable precipitation look to be across the Central Coast. Rainfall totals are generally expected to range around 0.10 inches or less with locally higher amounts (up to 0.25) possible across the Central Coast. Snow levels will drop to around 4000 feet, so there could be some light snow accumulations in the local mountains. 

As the system moves through, gusty northwesterly winds will develop across the area on Thursday. Wind gusts between 35 and 55 MPH will be possible across the mountains and northerly wind-prone areas. 

For Friday through the weekend, high pressure is forecast to build over the West Coast. So, warmer and drier conditions can be expected for the area.

 

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Thanks for the info and keep up the great work!

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Strong west to northwest winds over the nearshore Coastal Waters will continue through late tonight. Steep, rough seas are expected with dangerous ocean conditions.

 

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Cant remember the last time we had winds like this from that direction.

April 2018 California Drought Condition Update.

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April 2018 California Drought Condition Update. 

For more information visit www.drought.gov.

 

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