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Wells Fargo Indiana Weather Forecast 1/18/2015

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first_imgHome News Feed Wells Fargo Indiana Weather Forecast 1/18/2015 Wells Fargo Indiana Weather Forecast 1/18/2015 Facebook Twitter Seasonal temps hold through the rest of the week, but a colder push comes this weekend.Before we get there, though, we will watch as a weak little wave passes by to the south later tonight and tomorrow. This system brings moisture to the Deep South and the TN valley…and I really do not look for much up in our neck of the woods. But…over running cloud cover can spread in from I-70 southward later today and tomorrow and we have to keep an eye out for spits and sprinkles. I doubt anything happens, but on the odd chance a few of the clouds are a bit more moisture laden…a trace to a few hundredths is at least minutely possible in extreme southern IN. Either way…rain or no rain, it will have a gray, damp feel to it from tonight through tomorrow.Dry for Friday into the weekend. However, a Canadian cold front sweeps through Saturday and will drop temps again. This time, we go below normal and stay there for a bit. Next week, we see temps bouncing just a bit, but we still look for a normal to below normal bias on through the end of the month.Models continue to have disagreement over the next big event. The GFS tries to bring moisture out of the central plains into the Corn Belt early next week, but the European keeps it farther south. We like the southern solution, mostly due to it fitting with the precipitation pattern so far. With a very dry atmospheric profile over most of the corn belt…it will take a more moisture laden system from the NW, or a strong thunderstorm system from the SW to put good moisture back in over Indiana. This early week system next week is neither. So we look for it to push by to the south. Late next week, a front may try and push in from the west. There could be some .25” -.75” rain potential in there…but there is also plenty of time for things to change.The long range GFS continues to show a strong heavy rain system in for the 30th and 31st. That has some potential to gain traction, but for now, we will stay more conservative, as there are multiple model solutions being floated. If the storm stays, though, this would be one of the years where March came in like a lion, and decided to leave like one too.CORN WeatherPrecipitation action in Argentina the rest of the week looks to be dominated by clusters of thunderstorms in localized areas. This goes along with the warmer air that is in play…and likely we are seeing some heat based thunderstorm clusters developing. Coverage on any given day will be under 20% of the crop areas, but putting several days together, we can see 50% coverage of action from half to 1 inch. Next week starts off dry with high pressure sitting just off the Buenos Aires coast, but we have some showers and storms that work in behind as that high moves away the second half of next week. Temps remain above normal this week into the weekend, but should pull back to near normal next week. .Areas from Parana southward get nothing but scattered showers from now through next Wednesday. The second half of next week, we see better organized rains moving in from the south, and should give all south and southeast Brazil areas half to 1.5” rains.There will be attempts by moisture to come out of the central and southern plains over the next few days. However, most action that originates in that part of the country will have a tough time getting going in the Corn Belt. We continue to see most moisture between now and late week next week passing by south of the OH river. Now, late next week models are showing a decent front working into the western Corn Belt, stretching up to and even slightly north of I-80. This may be the next best precipitation threat for the region. Temps will dominate the talk more, with normal to below normal temps through the end of the month over the eastern corn belt, normal to a bit above normal temps the next couple of days over the western corn belt. A secondary push of Canadian air will move in this weekend.China continues to see a similar pattern to yesterday…which means plentiful action over the southern quarter to third of grain growing regions, but way below normal precipitation farther north. Wheat areas in northern China are very dry, and we see no precipitation over the next two weeks. Temps are mostly above normal, which may start people talking about potential of early plant in China the way it’s been thrown around here already on occasion.SOYBEAN WeatherNo change in the pattern over Brazil bean areas. A nice corridor of moisture is setting up from Sao Paulo across through Matto Grosso. Rains will be hit and miss from day today, but we see 10 day totals in the 1-3 inch range. Coverage will be nearly 100% in that corridor. That does mean that we see dramatically less moisture in Matto Grosso do Sul…which will help with bean harvest there. In general, the pattern looks skewed toward the wetter side…but still is running in the realm of normal for Brazil.At least 1-3 more inches of rain coming to the lower Mississippi Valley and the Deep South over the coming 10 days. Planting delays will continue to come to the forefront. While not a big story…it is something we are hearing more about. There really is no sign of a change in this current moisture pattern.WHEAT Weather Scattered moisture this morning in OK, much more organized moisture over the eastern half of TX. We are seeing some radar echoes over southern KS…but nothing that says there is a lot of moisture around. Going forward…action between now and Friday looks ho hum over most of the HRW areas from KS northward. However, there will be decent moisture over the southern parts of the plains. Low pressure currently in north central CO will shift south through the day today and may trigger some precipitation over KS and OK tomorrow into Friday. Amounts are still all over the place, but likely will only be meaningful in a few places. The one thing that may make it a bit better would be if we can get any thunderstorms to fire off…those would have potential to increase precipitation on a local scale. Still…we like rain totals only up to a third of an inch with coverage at 40%. That’s better than we were thinking yesterday, but still, not that good.SRW areas play the north v. south game again today. Moisture still looks great over the lower Delta and up into the southern parts of the OH valley…so southern wheat should have plenty of moisture. Farther north, moisture will be more hard to come by. We may not see any serious rains over northern SRW areas until later next week. Temps are nearly normal now and will stay that way through Friday, but will go below normal over the weekend and stay in that normal to below range for most of the rest of the month.The best moisture is settling south over Russian grain areas. We see good moisture over the next week to 10 days in southern parts of the Southern Region…but lesser rains now over northern areas and Ukraine. The pattern still seems to be one that features sagging systems with light moisture spread west to east. We need the pattern to switch to a west-east flow with strong fronts coming out of Eastern Europe to get good rains back in. For now, the month of March looks to finish below normal on precipitation, and above normal on temperatures.A nice front toward days 8-9 in the 10 day period brings excellent rains to Western Australia. WE see rain potential of half to 1 inch or better over all Western Australia wheat acres. Better rains also emerge next week in NWS and Victoria, although coverage of wheat acres will be limited to about 60%. Rain totals there can be up to half an inch. The key here will be getting the fronts to hold together until we get into the later stages of next week.CATTLE Weather There is potential for a little mud in isolated areas over the next few days in beef production areas. However, conditions in the central plains are dry enough that it likely will not be a big issue and also, we think producers will put up with it in order to just get the moisture. Temps in beef areas will remain mostly above normal. No major problems are seen in the next two weeks. Dairy areas, especially in the upper Midwest and great lakes regions, will see colder than normal temps come in this weekend and we should remain in that normal to below range through most of the rest of the month.HOG Weather No major weather headlines for hogs…temps near normal, perhaps a little dry. But nothing that produces a big impact. SHARE SHARE By Ryan Martin – Mar 17, 2015 Facebook Twitter Previous articleAg Day Message Must Be One of UnityNext articleMorning Outlook Ryan Martinlast_img read more

Fall brings festivals to Fort Worth

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first_imgTwitter CRES negotiates move to interdisciplinary unit amid student resistance Linkedin printThe leaves may not be changing, but the calendar shows that it is fall time in Cowtown.With this change in season comes several festivals and events being held in the Fort Worth area that students and residents alike can enjoy.Trinity River Wind Festival – Oct. 25 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.The Trinity Wind Festival will feature both show kite flying and booths where people can buy their own kites.Enjoy the outdoors this fall at this wind-centered festival at the Trinity Overlook Park in Dallas. Attendees can watch stunt kite performances or bring their own kite to fly along the river. There’s something for animal lovers too with performances from disc dogs and presentations of rehabilitated raptors and homing pigeons. There will also be food and kite vendors, along with giveaways from Sprint and Coca-Cola. The festival is free, but parking costs between $4-6 per car. Get more info at http://www.trinityrivercorridor.org/events/trinity-river-wind-festival.html.Steinfest 2015 – Oct. 25 from 2 to 10 p.m.The band 3 Doors Down will headline the festival.This German festival features beer, food and live music in downtown Plano. Eight local restaurants, such as Kelly’s Eastside, Lockhart Barbeque and Ye Ole Butcher Shop, come together to offer an array of food. Festival goers can chase down those treats with one of the four types of beer for sale: Paulaner Oktoberfest, Hofbräu Oktoberfest, Karbach Oktoberfest and Stiegl Radler. The festival also offers several different German-inspired competitions ranging from racing with full steins of beer to bowling with kegs. All this is accompanied by live music, shopping booths and non-beer based games. The festival is run on a ticket system to buy food and drinks, and each ticket costs a dollar. However, attendees can pre-order tickets online for a discount. Find out more at http://www.visitdowntownplano.com/steinfest-2015/.Otsukimi Moon Viewing Festival – Oct. 27 from 7 to 10 p.m.In addition to viewing the moon, attendees can also watch traditional Japanese dances.This Japanese festival, jointly presented by Japan-America Society of Dallas/Fort Worth and the Trammell and Margaret Crow Collection of Asian Art, is a celebration of the autumn full moon and the Japanese culture. The festival features live music and dance performances. There will also be calligraphy and ikebana demonstrations, a bunny petting zoo and an outdoor picnic featuring Japanese Fusion Bento Box for $25. Admission is free, but attendees should register at https://crowcollection.secure.force.com/ticket/#sections_a0Fo000000F67lvEAB.Festival at the Switchyard – Nov. 7 from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.Children play with bubbles during last years festival.Head over to the Historic Downtown Carrollton to enjoy a festival honoring the importance of the railroad to the city of Carrollton. The festival features 70 vendors, including Aloha Shave Ice, Go4It Sports Grill and Zeytin Mediterranean Grill. There will also be activities such as face painting and a balloon artist. The band 3 Doors Down is headlining the festival with opener Fastball along with other performers throughout the day. The festival is free for all to attend, but food and other items must be bought with cash or a credit card. Get more info at http://www.carrolltonfestival.com/home.html.Lone Star Film Festival – Nov. 5-8 at 12 p.m.A scene from the new movie, “The Adderall Diaries.”If the outdoors aren’t your thing, don’t worry; there is a festival for you, too. The AMC Palace Theater and Four Day Weekend Theater are hosting the 9th annual Lone Star Film Festival. The festival features film screenings, competitions, panel discussions, guest speakers and parties. There are 37 feature films announced for the festival, with 19 nominated for awards. The movies up for awards include Almosting It,  Hooked and T-Rex. There are also 21 short films eligible for awards, such as The Death Drive, Man in the Can and This Time It’s Shopping. Tickets cost $10 per individual movie screening or $150 for an All-Access Badge to all screenings. Find out more at http://www.lonestarfilmfestival.com/Other Desert Cities – Oct. 22 – Nov. 21 at 3, 7:30, or 8 p.m.A scene from the play “Other Desert Cities.”Attend the Fort Worth premiere of the play Other Desert Cities at Circle Theatre. It follows the story of Brooke Wyeth (Dana Schultes) who returns home to Palm Springs and tells her family she plans to write a memoir about a tragic family event. Her family doesn’t want the event brought up again, so this causes a struggle with Brooke. Tickets range from $20-$35; however, Oct. 30 is a school night and features student tickets for $5. Get more information at http://circletheatre.com/shows/other_desert_cities. 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Pasadena Health Department Recommends City Council Undo Medical Marijuana Ban

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first_imgGovernment Pasadena Health Department Recommends City Council Undo Medical Marijuana Ban By RON ROKHY Published on Wednesday, September 14, 2016 | 7:37 pm Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * Community News 3 recommended0 commentsShareShareTweetSharePin it Top of the News faithfernandez More » ShareTweetShare on Google+Pin on PinterestSend with WhatsApp,Virtual Schools PasadenaHomes Solve Community/Gov/Pub SafetyPasadena Public WorksPasadena Water and PowerPASADENA EVENTS & ACTIVITIES CALENDARClick here for Movie Showtimes Make a comment Name (required)  Mail (required) (not be published)  Website  HerbeautyTop Important Things You Never Knew About MicrobladingHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeautyInstall These Measures To Keep Your Household Safe From Covid19HerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeautyYou Can’t Go Past Our Healthy Quick RecipesHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeauty10 Most Influential Women In HistoryHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeauty6 Lies You Should Stop Telling Yourself Right NowHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeautyCostume That Makes Actresses Beneath Practically UnrecognizableHerbeautyHerbeauty More Cool Stuff The Pasadena Health Department will recommend the city in effect undo its ban on the cultivation and delivery of medical marijuana during Thursday’s Economic Development & Technology Committee meeting, but the Department continues to favor restricting dispensaries and marijuana cultivation.According to the Committee’s agenda report, the Health Department is asking the Council to direct the City Attorney to prepare an amendment to the City’s Municipal Code to allow for delivery of medical marijuana in the City by State licensed agents.“Because there are benefits to legitimately prescribed medical marijuana, we would recommend that, in order to ensure access for those legitimate purposes, the ordinance be amended to allow delivery services under the state license program,” said Michael Johnson, Pasadena’s Public Health Director.Last November, Pasadena’s City Council approved new laws that prohibit the cultivation and delivery of medical marijuana within the city, according to the memo.Pasadena first moved to make the ban after Governor Jerry Brown passed a series of bills known as the Medical Marijuana Regulation and Safety Act last October which handed control of medical marijuana laws to localities.If cities did not move to pass local regulations, they could have lose their ability to do so in the future, according to AB 243, which stated that localities had until March 2016 to make their own laws pertaining to medical marijuana.In May, Pasadena’s City Clerk received a notice that a petition was circulating called the “Pasadena Compassionate Medical Use Act Initiative.” Though it has not yet been qualified for the ballot, it seeks to once again allow the establishment and regulation of dispensaries within the city, according to the memo.Councilmember Victor Gordo of Pasadena’s 5th District said that he and the city must be proactive about this situation rather than reactive.“In light of the potential change in state law, we have to look closely at the municipal code and ensure that Pasadena is prepared to responsibly give effect to any changes in the law that may occur,” Gordo said. “I’m going to listen carefully to the staff’s argument in support of the recommendation and any input by the public.”Due to crimes and other illegal activities associated with dispensaries in Pasadena — which are only allowed to operate if they opened up before the passing of Brown’s bill — the health department does not recommend letting new ones open. However, they advise allowing delivery within Pasadena so individuals who have obtained valid licenses by doctors can receive their medicine.However, Proposition 64 — which would allow California to regulate the recreational use of marijuana — has qualified for November’s upcoming ballot and could impact Pasadena City’s current marijuana ordinances.Gordo said he hopes the citizens of Pasadena will come to meetings and weigh in on the issue of marijuana and how it could affect the city.“The marijuana issue is going to present challenges, there’s no question in my mind about that,” Gordo said. “It presents issues of public safety and medicine. It will present serious issues for the City Council and the city to grapple with, and I’m hoping people will come and weigh in.”Johnson mirrored Gordo’s concerns about the legalization of recreational marijuana.“The discussion about the recreational program opens up concerns about abuse and loss of progress we’ve made in smoke-free environments, there’s an entirely separate set of concerns that come with that.” Johnson said.The EdTech meeting will take place on September 15 at 8:00 a.m. in Council Conference Room S246 of Pasadena City Hall located at 100 North Garfield Avenue.center_img Pasadena’s ‘626 Day’ Aims to Celebrate City, Boost Local Economy Get our daily Pasadena newspaper in your email box. 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