Rains

25 Jun 19
TV Aerials Sunderland

It’s Tuesday, and the birthday of the Supreme Court justice and Bronx native Sonia Sotomayor. Weather: Rain and thundershowers are expected this morning and then again this afternoon. Temperatures could reach into the low 80s. from Pocket https://www.nytimes.com/2019/06/25/nyregion/newyorktoday/nyc-queens-district-attorney-election.html via TV/a>

25 Jun 19
Farm & Garden Store

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Crafted to bring year-round elegance and utility to your yard, the 10 x 13 ft. Madrid Gazebo is the perfect choice for your home. 6mm twin layer polycarbonate roof. Between the two layers of polycarbonate is a louver that allows the perfect amount of sunshine in. Four-post gazebo is crafted of durable powder-coated aluminum, providing sturdiness while retaining a gorgeous mocha exterior. Durable polycarbonate roof blocks rain, sun, and wind, allowing you and your family to enjoy the gazebo’s 130 feet of paradise in all weather conditions. This easy to assemble gazebo features corrosion-proof materials, rust-resistant hardware, patented connectors and ground stakes. Engineered and designed in the USA.
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25 Jun 19
DrCam

Rain Rain Rain Oh Glorious Rain Rain over my Beloved Land Parched of liberty Drench alive freedoms Buried in impunity

25 Jun 19
Bexfizz press

He floats as quickly as he is able, mindful of the gusts of wind that may send him whisking off-course into larger and more formidable clouds. He is but a small cloud, newly created, and ever so conscious of the state of his vapor so fragile and easily broken by some cumulus with a grudge. […]

25 Jun 19
TV Aerials Leeds

It’s Tuesday, and the birthday of the Supreme Court justice and Bronx native Sonia Sotomayor. Weather: Rain and thundershowers are expected this morning and then again this afternoon. Temperatures could reach into the low 80s. from Pocket https://www.nytimes.com/2019/06/25/nyregion/newyorktoday/nyc-queens-district-attorney-election.html via FREEVIEW AERIALS LEEDS

25 Jun 19
Hometown Daily News

From Ozarks First & KTLO With all the heavy rain the Army Corps of Engineers Little Rock District is working hard to manage some of the lakes in the Ozarks. One engineer with the corps, Gabe Knight, says they’re sticking to the plan when it comes to managing Beaver, Table Rock, and Bull Shoals Lakes. […]

25 Jun 19
Galaktika Poetike "ATUNIS"

Poem by Maria Miraglia   KING AND QUEEN I wish I were Aphrodite be a deity of beauty to attract you  as the nectar the bees and make you madly fall in love with me Live together a great love story never poisoned by jealousy and betrayals as in the great tradition of Middle Ages […]

25 Jun 19
FIFA World Cup News 2018

Damaging winds, hail and tornadoes are possible on Tuesday in the Midwest. from ABC News: Top Stories https://abcn.ws/2ZFom5e via IFTTT

25 Jun 19
FIFA World Cup News 2018

Damaging winds, hail and tornadoes are possible on Tuesday in the Midwest. from ABC News: Top Stories https://abcn.ws/2ZFom5e via IFTTT

25 Jun 19
MoisFrenchadventure.com

It has been warm here in France, but not as hot as last year (yet!) It appears that we have a red alert for hot weather for the rest of the week with temparatures in the high thirties. Me-thinks my shutters will be down and the fan will be on in our bedroom for the […]

25 Jun 19
Metro
Humidity can indicate the likelihood of fog (Picture: Aaron Chown/PA Wire) We’re due hot and humid weather this week after the heavy rain and thunderstorms that much of the country is currently enjoying. Dan Suri, Met Office meteorologist, has said: ‘It’s going to get hot and humid for some from Wednesday, with the highest temperatures expected across southern and western parts of the UK.’ As parts of the country prepare for these rising temperatures, let’s take a closer look at humidity, how it can impact the weather, and what 100% humidity is – just in case! What is high and 100% humidity? Humidity is the word used to describe the amount of water vapour in the air. Humidity doesn’t affect the weather as such, but it can indicate how likely is it that there will be dew, fog or precipitation. Humidity levels can be expressed as either absolute humidity, specific humidity or relative humidity. Specific humidity is expressed as the ratio of water vapour mass to the total mass of moist air. Absolute humidity is the water content of the air, and is measured in either grams per kilogram or grams per cubic metre. Relative humidity is measured as a percentage, and it expresses the absolute humidity relative to the maximum level of humidity that could occur at the same temperature. 100% relative humidity means that the air is completely saturated with water vapour and isn’t able to hold any more. This also means that there’s a strong possibility of rain. Humidity can indicate a high likelihood of fog, dew and/or rain (Picture: Dinendra Haria/LNP) How does humidity affect you and your hair? People rely on the air to help our sweat evaporate, which thus helps cool us down in hot weather. High levels of humidity stop our sweat from being able to evaporate, and therefore we feel much hotter than we might otherwise at that temperature. According to HowStuffWorks, humans feel most comfortable when the relative humidity is between 30% and 50%. [metro-zone-post-strip] Humidity can also cause your hair to frizz because the water vapour brings a lot of hydrogen with it – what with water being two parts hydrogen and one part oxygen. When hydrogen bonds form in between the proteins and the water molecules in hair, it causes your individual hairs to swell, become curlier and, in some cases, frizzier. Drier hair is able to absorb more of this airborne moisture, so if you’re concerned about frizz you should keep your hair well moisturised. [metro-link url=”https://metro.co.uk/2019/06/24/drivers-abandon-cars-flash-floods-turn-roads-rivers-10053646/” title=”Drivers abandon cars as flash floods turn roads into rivers”]
25 Jun 19
WFFF
Wet weather returns TuesdayTuesday June 25, 2019Tuesday 6/25 rainfall totals Good morning! Tuesday is not a complete washout. There will be a substantial line of showers that cruises by, but we bookend that rainfall with morning and late afternoon sunshine. Details to follow! Tuesday morning’s sunrise was one for the history books! If you missed it, be sure to check out a few snapshots on my Facebook page. Throughout the morning, clouds increase as a prefrontal line of showers approaches from the west. Rain will move west to east from mid-morning to midday over northern New York, late morning to early afternoon over Vermont, and ultimately midday to mid-afternoon over New Hampshire. Rain may be heavy at times and a few strikes of lightning may light us up. Aside from an embedded rumble of thunder or two, it’s mainly just rain. And totals will be lower than last Thursday’s big soaking. Around 0.25-0.5″ rain falls through northern New York and northern Vermont; with 0.5-0.75″ in central and southern Vermont and New Hampshire. A few spots could see close to 1.0″. The temp maxes out in the mid 70s today with a south breeze of 10-15 mph. This afternoon and right into the evening, the clouds clear west to east, with a partly sunny sky closing out Tuesday. Partly cloudy tonight, too, with a low near 60 degrees. Wednesday and Thursday are both mostly sunny and toasty warm, reaching well into the 80s. Also, for both days, expect a handful of afternoon thunderstorms to bubble up and be ready to seek shelter if you have outdoor plans. Have a fantastic day! Stay dry! -Skytracker Meteorologist Amanda Thibault
25 Jun 19
'Farmer White' Somerset Cricket Writing

County Championship Division 1. Essex v Somerset. 23rd, 24th, 25th and 26th June. Chelmsford. Overnight. Essex 216. Somerset 32 for 1. Somerset trail by 184 with nine first innings wickets standing. Second day. 24th June – Somerset fall behind The morning of the second day was very like the afternoon of the first, at least […]

25 Jun 19
sleep | eat | enjoy

We’re on an Italian refresher course (well, one of us is) cycling around the Veneto to the west of Venice. We’ve done this cycling thing before, down the Danube from Passau in Germany to Vienna. Splendid. Here it’s eight days cycling with two-night stays in a series of quite astonishingly unmemorable little hotels. It’s the […]

25 Jun 19
David Crossley's Wide World of Wine

Of all the countries outside Europe I would say my favourite has to be Japan. Somehow I find I have an affinity with so much about Japan (though certainly not every aspect of Japanese society). It might surprise British readers who have never visited that so much about this country, however exotic it might seem […]

25 Jun 19
Chronicles of an Anglo Swiss

As you can see from the view from my desk it is another glorious summer day, although slowly I am losing my appreciation. Temperatures are climbing and no sign of rain. Through the next night it is expected that temperatures will not drop below 20° C, although our bedrooms are on the cooler side of […]