Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest More rain over the state today. This will be another set up where the entire state of Ohio will see some rain, with no bias north to south. However, everything winds down overnight, and we may be able to see a drier day emerge for the state tomorrow in most locations. Scattered showers likely hold on down in far southern Ohio and southwest Ohio, where there can also be some thunderstorms, but the bulk of your Thursday looks to be precipitation free. Another wave comes in overnight tomorrow night through Friday, and that may have some strong to severe thunderstorm action with it.For Saturday, we will keep scattered showers around, but honestly think we may start to see precipitation action taper off. There is a good chance of little to no new rain for Saturday afternoon and evening. Then for Sunday we look to be dry over the northern two thirds of the state, but we see scattered afternoon showers and thunderstorms over far southern part of Ohio. In general, for this weekend into early next week, while we can’t rule action out anywhere in Ohio, the places that really need to be on the lookout for pesky, lingering moisture will be down closer to the River. Monday, we start off next week with scattered showers, but also a mix of clouds and sun, as action looks to wind down.All told, from today through next Sunday at midnight, we likely can pick up at least another 1-2 inches of rain across the state. This does not take into account the rains from yesterday and back into Monday afternoon and evening. Some areas will be able to exceed 2 inches if those strong thunderstorms develop tomorrow night. We are mostly dry now for Monday, and models have been able to come to consensus on a drier forecast for Tuesday and Wednesday period as well. Our forecast had remained dry, and the models are starting to align there. We do have the allow for scattered showers to pop up, particularly in southern Indiana, later Wednesday afternoon, but coverage will be limited to about 30% of the state. This will turn into a nice rain event statewide for Thursday, with .25”-1” rains possible, and coverage at 75%. Action will be leaving to the east for next Friday.The extended 11-16 day period keeps dry weather around to start through the 3rd. A strong front working through the central corn belt hits a strong ridge over the eastern third of the country and falls apart. A strong surface high pressure looks to build in over the eastern third of the country underneath that ridge for a large chunk of the extended period, and that will be tough for any front or moisture to overcome. That leads to a return of warm air for early in July.Cooler air is on the way, thanks to the rains the next couple of days and a sagging cold front. Today will be near normal, but tomorrow through the weekend we can be below normal on our daytimes highs for this time of year. Temps moderate to near normal for next Tuesday and we will be above normal for Wednesday and Thursday, going into the turn of the month. read more
Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest The Ohio Department of Agriculture will be sponsoring a collection for farmers wishing to dispose of unwanted pesticides on September 6 from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. at the Wood County Fairgrounds (Champions Barn), 13800 W. Poe Road, Bowling Green, OH 43402.The pesticide collection and disposal service is free of charge, but only farm chemicals will be accepted. Paint, antifreeze, solvents, and household or non-farm pesticides will not be accepted.Pesticide collections are sponsored by the department in conjunction with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. To pre-register, or for more information, contact the Ohio Department of Agriculture at 614-728-6987.
Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting Not long ago it was considered revolutionary to do all of your holiday shopping from your computer. Amazon and other companies on ReadWriteWeb’s List of Geek Shopping Sites make it possible for busy (and lazy) consumers to avoid the department store lines and shopping malls. After looking at what’s in store for 2010, we may find our shopping experience transformed even further. Early this month ReadWriteWeb spoke to Boxee’s VP of marketing Andrew Kippen about the company’s recent beta release. While Boxee has gained ground with mainstream audiences, Kippen believes that internet television has some exciting prospects in store for 2010.Kippen pointed us towards Utvee – a community that encourages members to tag products in TV shows and movies. In exchange for community credits, members identify actors, tag their clothing and offer product details and links to related shopping sites. Essentially Utvee offers video publishers a chance to further monetize their content by creating inline sales referrals. Rather than linking to the cheesy CW t-shirts that a show like Gossip Girl might currently offer, the network can cut its merchandise distribution costs and gain referrals on high-end fashion sales by leveraging the looks already featured in the series. Related Posts dana oshiro While the referrals currently exist in sidebar ads and store pages, we’re likely to see a much smoother integration in the new year. In addition to fashion and other types of product placements, there’s plenty of opportunity for inline music purchases and even story arc-related content. There may even be a point where news stories offer links to relevant literature. When you look at PayPal’s recent announcement for IPTV payment integration, it’s easy to imagine a number of possibilities. While it’s natural that users will be able to purchase pay-per-view movies and channels through their television sets, there’s no reason why retail products can’t also become a part of that ecosystem. Tags:#NYT#start#startups 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Market read more
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The day before the loss to Ajax, Madrid midfielder Luka Modric was the first to warn that the team was missing the killer instinct that a player like Ronaldo used to provide. He said the club’s attempt to share the responsibility for what used to be Ronaldo’s role didn’t work because the players who stayed in the squad were not able to step up in attack.Fans at the Santiago Bernabeu Stadium on Tuesday loudly called for Perez to resign as club president, blaming him for the team’s dismal season, which started with the controversial hiring of former Spain coach Julen Lopetegui and his firing a few months later with the team struggling.Perez is already under pressure to make the needed moves to put the team back on track next season. Fans want another “Galactico” signing to help replace Ronaldo, and only top names like Neymar or Kylian Mbappe would fully satisfy the demanding Madrid crowd. Eden Hazard and Mauro Icardi are more likely to arrive, though, and they would already mean a much bigger boost to the team than it got in the last two transfer windows.Perez also has a decision to make in the coaching position, with Santiago Solari looking increasingly like he is on the way out. Jose Mourinho has been rumored as the top candidate for the Madrid job ever since he was fired by Manchester United last year, although a coaching change by Perez is not expected until the end of the season.“All we can do is come back tomorrow and keep working hard. We have to keep playing,” Solari said. “We have to stay calm during this difficult moment and face it with character. Madrid is bigger than all of us. It will always come back, and it will come back stronger than ever.”Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next 1 dead, 3 injured in Quezon road crash Madrid decided to play it cool when Ronaldo left for Juventus last year, not making any high-profile signings to make up for his absence. Club president Florentino Perez kept faith in the forwards already in place — Karim Benzema, Gareth Bale, Marco Asensio and Lucas Vazquez — and hoped that youngsters such as Vinicius Junior, Mariano Diaz and Brahim Diaz could provide some of the spark the team lost when Ronaldo left.At times it looked like Madrid could pull it off. The team went through good spells during the season, but in the end no one could come close to replacing Ronaldo when the team needed it the most.In the three consecutive losses that brought Madrid’s trophy chances to an end, the team created lots of scoring opportunities but couldn’t put them away, missing chance after chance no matter who played in attack. Madrid got outscored 8-1 in the matches against Barcelona and Ajax. The team’s lone goal was scored by Asensio on Tuesday, with Madrid already down 3-0.Ronaldo led Real Madrid to three straight Champions League titles, and four in five seasons before leaving to join Juventus.With him on the team, Madrid hadn’t lost a Champions League knockout series since the 2015 semifinals against Juventus. It had reached at least the semifinals in eight straight seasons and hadn’t failed to make it past the last 16 since 2010, a year after the Portugal forward joined from Manchester United.ADVERTISEMENT PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games PLAY LIST 02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City01:07Trump talks impeachment while meeting NCAA athletes02:49World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games02:11Trump awards medals to Jon Voight, Alison Krauss P2.5 B shabu seized in Makati sting, Chinese national nabbed Lacson backs proposal to elect president and vice president in tandem The right back spoke his mind in a post-game interview after another humiliating home loss, a 4-1 rout against Ajax that ended the team’s reign as Champions League champions.The elimination followed consecutive home losses to Barcelona, one in the Copa del Rey and another in the Spanish league, capping one of the worst weeks in the club’s recent history.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hostingSPORTSUrgent reply from Philippine football chiefSPORTSPalace wants Cayetano’s PHISGOC Foundation probed over corruption charges“It’s all gone in a week,” Carvajal said. “It’s hard to explain. I don’t think I’ve ever felt this bad before.”Reality finally caught up with Real Madrid in the post-Cristiano Ronaldo era. The club that calls itself the best in the world finally paid the price for losing one of the greatest players of all time. Hong Kong tunnel reopens, campus siege nears end Trump campaign, GOP groups attack Google’s new ad policy Strong finish MOST READ Private companies step in to help SEA Games hosting Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. LATEST STORIES Real defender Sergio Reguilon and Toni Kroos leave the pitch as Ajax players celebrate after wining the game, at the end of the Champions League soccer match between Real Madrid and Ajax at the Santiago Bernabeu stadium in Madrid, Spain, Tuesday, March 5, 2019. (AP Photo/Manu Fernandez)MADRID, Spain—Trying to hold back tears, Dani Carvajal used a dirty word to describe Real Madrid’s dreadful season.He offered no excuses.ADVERTISEMENT P2.5 B shabu seized in Makati sting, Chinese national nabbed SEA Games hosting troubles anger Duterte View comments read more
FC Goa condemned Delhi Dynamos to their fourth consecutive defeat with a 5-1 thrashing in their Indian Super League (ISL) encounter at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium in New Delhi on Saturday.In the end, it turned out to be an easy victory to Sergio Lobera’s side, who are now at the top of the ISL table. Ferran Corominas, Manuel Lanzarote, Adrian Colunga and Manuel Arana registered their name on the scoresheet for FC Goa.For Delhi Kalu Uche scored one goal which was no more than a consolation for the home side.After both sides rattled the bar early on in the first half, FC Goa opened the scoring in a bit fortuitous fashion. In the 45th minute, Delhi goalkeeper Sukhadev Patil, who had come into the match to replace the injured Albino Gomes, failed to deal with Manuel Lanzarote’s free-kick. The ball ping-ponged in the 18-yard area before the in-form Ferran Corominas tapped it in to hand Goa the lead.Almost immediately after the restart, Delhi conceded again. Having contributed to the first goal, Lanzarote smashed in a 30-yard curler to double the advantage for Lobera’s side just before the referee blew the whistle for half-time.In the second half, Delhi Dynamos started off brightly and, at the hour-mark, Delhi pulled one back. Jeroen Lumu’s through-ball for Romeo Fernandes cut open FC Goa’s defence for once and the midfielder cut the ball across the goal for Kalu Uche to claim a simple tap-in.Uche’s strike looked to ignite a comeback for Delhi but all their hopes were doused in the 66th minute when Gabriel Cichero was given marching orders by the referee after the Venezuelan picked up a second yellow.advertisementEven after Cichero’s dismissal, Delhi worked hard to make hit Goa again but an own-goal by Pritam Kotal in the 84th minute opened the floodgates for FC Goa who hit two more goals to stun the home fans.Just a minute after Kotal’s lunging effort to stop a low cross ended up in his own net, it was substitute Adrian Colunga’s turn to get his name on the scoresheet. Manuel Arana’s cross at the back post was volleyed in by Colunga in the 85th minute.In the 88th minute Arana, who had provided an assist earlier, latched on to a loose ball in the box to slam home Goa’s fifth of the night. read more
TweetPinShare0 Shares There were times when Argentina’s rugby team had a reputation for possessing a doughty bunch of forwards, a powerful scrum, a tough defense, a prolific kicker at flyhalf and not much else.It was 10-man rugby. The backs hardly saw the ball.The country’s unprecedented run to the Rugby World Cup semifinals in 2007 began to change perceptions of Argentina, with backs Juan Martin Hernandez, Ignacio Corleto and Agustin Pichot — the little general at scrumhalf — coming to the fore.But the class of 2015 has brought a fresh mindset to the World Cup in Britain, where the Pumas have scored 22 tries and been one of the most free-flowing teams at the tournament.The inspiration behind this attacking revolution: Graham Henry.New Zealand’s World Cup-winning coach from 2011 had a stint as a consultant with the Pumas in 2012, during which time he told players to express their natural personalities and bring that Latin edge.“When Graham arrived, I remember he said that we needed to create more tries,” scrumhalf Martin Landajo said Tuesday, as his team prepared for a Rugby World Cup quarterfinal against Ireland in Cardiff on Sunday.“We had a great defense, one of the best in the world, but we didn’t attack much, and he said it was impossible to win games like that. So he tried to change our minds — he did it.”In Daniel Hourcade, Argentina has a head coach who is happy to follow that philosophy. The Pumas’ offloading during this World Cup has been outstanding at times, and wingers Santiago Cordero and Juan Imhoff have been very impressive.“This rugby that we are trying to play, that’s since we entered the Rugby Championship,” Landajo said, referring to the tournament involving the big southern hemisphere rugby powers of New Zealand, Australia and South Africa that was expanded to include the Pumas.“Football in Argentina is like that, we have the best players in (Lionel) Messi and (Diego) Maradona. But four years ago, Argentina didn’t play rugby like that. We’ve tried to change it … Us Argentinians, we’re Latins, we like to be happy all the time, it’s in our roots and hopefully that shows in our rugby now.”The new, playful Argentina approach was shown during a news conference in Newport, south Wales, when Landajo was asked about the presence on Sunday of Ireland flyhalf Jonny Sexton, who is working to shake off a groin injury.Landajo picked up a voice recorder in front of him, and started asking questions of his own.“Will he play? Is he fit? What do you think?” Landajo asked, jokingly.Landajo said Ireland would pose a big threat whether Sexton or likely replacement Ian Madigan wore the No. 10 jersey.“Sexton is one of the best players in the world. He kicks well, he plays well, and he’s very important for Ireland,” Landajo said. “He’d make a difference, but then Madigan would still do a great job.“They are one of the best teams in the world, they have one of the best attacking games. I like the way they attack, it’s much more similar to a southern hemisphere way, moving the ball.”Argentina center Marcelo Bosch will miss the game against Ireland after receiving a one-week ban on Tuesday for a dangerous tackle he committed against Namibia in the Pumas’ final pool game.STEVE DOUGLAS, AP Sports Writer read more