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Ohio Ag Weather and Forecast, September 17, 2018

Ohio Ag Weather and Forecast, September 17, 2018

first_imgShare Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest  The remains of Hurricane Florence are working northward today, and will bring rain to about 60% of Ohio. We expect rain totals to run anywhere from a few hundredths to perhaps 1.25″ or more, depending on where thunderstorms and longer term rain streaks develop. Right now, we think the best chances for thunderstorms will be far south near the Ohio River, ,and then in east central OH into western PA. The upper end of the rain range will be over southern OH and the eastern third. There is a good chance we see nothing but clouds farther west in west central OH, and even a mix of clouds and sun in NW Ohio…so today’s weather spread may be all over the place, thanks to the remains of Florence. Temperatures do remain warmer than normal today, even with the rain. South flow will be key to keeping temps warm. The map at right shows potential for today’s rain.Drier weather is back for tomorrow, and we should stay dry for Wednesday and Thursday as well. The front we had been watching last week for midweek on Wednesday late afternoon has completely fallen apart down this way, and moisture looks to stay farther north, across WI, northern IL and into MI. But, even though we are taking moisture out at midweek, we are going to have to pay for it later. That payment comes due starting early Friday.Three waves of moisture will move over the state from Friday through Sunday, one for each day period. The first wave his for Friday, and goes into the evening, then another batch of moisture comes Saturday and a final batch Sunday. Combined, all three systems bring potential for half to 1.5” rains over about 90% of the state. We think a few areas see all three waves, but most areas see at least two of the three hitting over the 3-day period. This will bring a slowdown to harvest field work.Dry weather is back for next Monday through Wednesday. Temps will be a bit cooler behind the weekend rains but will stay mostly near normal for the period. Then, we kick off the extended 11-16 day window with a strong front for next Thursday and Friday, the 27th and 28th. This front brings half to 1.5” inch rain potential to a full 100% of the state. This front also ushers in much cooler Canadian high pressure out of the west. We expect temps to move to below normal levels to finish out the extended period, while dry weather finishes out the month and kicks off October. For the 29th and 30th, we think it wise to be on the look out for temps bottoming out near 40 degrees, and we won’t rule out a few upper 30s. A map of potential morning lows for the 30th is at right. However, keep in mind that there is plenty of time for that to change, though. Just putting it out there this morning.last_img read more

Reshare: Google Buzz Gets a Retweet Button

Reshare: Google Buzz Gets a Retweet Button

first_imgA Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… As Todd Jackson, Google’s product manager for Gmail and Buzz, told us yesterday, the Buzz team decided that creating a new post and forking the conversation was the best way to go for now in order to give people the ability to have more focused and intimate discussions around shared items. One interesting aspect of this new feature is that all the re-sharers’ names will appear on the original item, even if they are not connected to the original author. According to Jackson, Google decided to design this feature this way in order to allow users to find new and interesting people on Buzz. Time to Give Buzz Another Try?In our conversation, Jackson stressed the fact that the Buzz team has been listening closely to its users’ feedback and has introduced at least one new feature per week since Buzz launched in February. These updates range from better controls for Buzz in your inbox, to improved comment collapsing and the ability to disable comments. We have been very critical of Buzz in the past, but it is clear that Google is working hard to improve the product, and this constant stream of new features has already made Buzz a lot more fun to use.In addition, Google invited thousands of Buzz users to take new features for a test drive before they were launched publicly. While we can’t tell you what these features are (everybody on the tester list is under a NDA), it is obvious that Google learned its lessons after the privacy debacle that followed the Buzz launch and is now actively soliciting feedback from a very diverse group of testers. Google Buzz just got a new feature that is very similar to Twitter’s retweet functionality. Over the course of the day, Google will roll out a Reshare button for Buzz, which will allow you to easily share interesting posts you find on Buzz with your followers there. These posts can be shared both publicly and privately. According to Google, this was one of the top user requests for Buzz. It is also a good example of the incremental updates the Buzz team has made over the last three months.How Reshare WorksJust like on Twitter, whenever you re-share a post on Buzz, the software will create a new post in your stream. You can choose whether you want to share this post with all your followers or just with a select group of your friends. It’s important to note that this new feature will only work for public posts. Private posts in Buzz will not have the Reshare link. Instead of editing a re-shared post like you can with Twitter’s old retweet method, Buzz allows you to add a note to the post, but you can’t edit the original. Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting Tags:#Google#news#web frederic lardinois Related Posts 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Marketlast_img read more