It seems we can get out of this stretch of frequent unsettled weather. Another two storm systems are expected to bring more rain this week.The first low pressure system is expected to arrive Monday night into Tuesday morning. Sunshine will give way to clouds during the day on Monday. A southerly wind will keep temperatures in the upper 50s with low 60s inland.Forecast highs for MondayRain will arrive after midnight with a thunderstorm possible.Most of the rain will fall during the overnight hours. A few leftover showers are possible Tuesday morning. However, we do not expect rain amounts to be as robust as last Friday’s event. Less than 1″ is expected Atlantic and Cape May Counties with higher amounts across Central NJ.We should begin to dry out Tuesday afternoon with some breaks of sun possible. The good news is breezy southwest winds will keep us on the mild side with temperatures in the mid 60s.Forecast highs for TuesdayWednesday we will get a brief sunny and dry day. Westerly winds will help temperatures to get into the low 60s.Our next chance of rain will come on Thursday as a stronger storm system in the Ohio Valley moves east. Onshore winds will keep us cooler as well. High temperatures are expected to remain in the 50s.Friday will remain on the cloudy, cool and showery side as the low pressure slowly exits the area. Highs once again remain in the 50s.Spring Ahead..A pattern change could be on the horizon. This weekend could mark the beginning of a milder, dry spell that could last for almost a week. Above normal temperatures will span across much of the East Coast which means high temperatures will reach the 60s.NOAA: 6-10 day forecast shows above normal temperatures across much of the Central and Eastern U.S.6-10 day precipitation forecast shows drier conditions across the East Coast.
Over the course of two nights last weekend, Boulder played host to Dead & Company at Folsom Field for what turned out to be an epic weekend of music. With a ton of people in town for those shows, The Fox Theatre and Boulder Theater kept things going late with after-shows each night. On Saturday night, Thievery Corporation played a sold-out show at the latter of the two venues, which saw the group play their bossa nova inspired grooves to a faithful contingent that simply wanted to dance the night away.Watch Oteil Burbridge Join Thievery Corporation For ‘Fire On The Mountain’ In Boulder [Full Show Review]Towards the end of the show, Thievery introduced very special guest Oteil Burbridge, bassist of Dead & Company (and formerly of the Allman Brothers Band) to join them for a dubbed out version of “Fire On The Mountain”. With expressions of surprise and sheer delight on everybody in the venue, the energy in the venue went through the roof. Burbridge also came out the following night to jam with Tom Hamilton’s American Babies and Marco Benevento over at The Fox.Oteil Burbridge & Marco Benevento Cover Grateful Dead, Allman Bros With Tom Hamilton [Watch]
During post-match interviews with MUTV and BT Sport, the United boss reflected on an excellent performance against LASK as the Reds ran out 5-0 winners in a game which was played behind closed doors due to coronavirus. This is what he had to say… “You can say it was a professional but it was also a very good job. It wasn’t just being professional and efficient though, there were some quality football and quality finishes, some great build-up play and great through passes, runs and movements, I think we got more or less everything we asked from the boys. The whole 90 minutes from the whole team was excellent.” “You can look at all of them and say they’re high quality. The first one for Odion [Ighalo], who had some great touches and it was very nice to see Dan [James] back on form and confident. With Juan [Mata]’s goal, what a pass [from Fred] and Juan is composed. Then you have Mason [Greenwood], that’s just what he does, absolute quality. The keeper didn’t give him a lot to aim for so he had to go through both of the posts and I’m very happy for Andy [Pereira] to finish it off. Every goal was high quality and we should have had more.” “It’s great of course. We’re human beings and footballers with confidence will play and perform better than footballers without confidence, and we’ve got so many players with confidence because they’re doing well. They deserve to be confident and it’s harder and harder to pick an XI. We made a few changes today and some of the players really grabbed their opportunity and put pressure on the ones who have been playing most of the minutes.” “It’s the business end of the season and what was pleasing today was it was different circumstances. It was a weird atmosphere and the boys were so focused and created their own atmosphere in the game and I think the camaraderie and the team spirit was there to see. It’s not to recommend [football behind closed doors] but I have to praise the boys because they did fantastic.” ANOTHER CLEAN SHEET: “In the second half, they had a couple of dangerous moments but we had some great blocks. In the first half as well, they had one chance but it was a great block by Eric [Bailly] so, of course, it’s not just the attackers that did well, I think the back four, with Sergio [Romero] back there guiding them, all did well.” POGBA’S FUTURE?: “Paul’s our player. He has two years left on his contract. A year plus the option of another. You can expect Paul to be here [next season], yeah.” Read Also:Photo: Man Utd stars watch replay Ighalo’s goal on pitch-side monitor AN 11-MATCH UNBEATEN RUN: “It’s fantastic but we need to keep going. It’s a big game on Sunday, Tottenham away. It’s part of the reason we made a couple of changes. Changes are part of being a Man United player, you don’t play every game but you’re happy at the end if you win trophies. It’s not just about playing, it’s about winning and helping the team. If you play for 60, 70, 80 or 10 minutes you should be proud and have confidence.” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Manchester United manager, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, was delighted with the professionalism and quality produced by his players under strange circumstances in Austria during the first leg of our Europa League last-16 tie. Promoted ContentBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever MadePlus-Size Girls Who Set The Catwalk On Fire10 Of The Worst Celebrity Dads In HollywoodThis Happy Shiba Inu Pics Will Overwhelm You With Cuteness7 Black Hole Facts That Will Change Your View Of The UniverseWorld’s Most Famous Ceilings That Are Actually Works Of ArtWho Earns More Than Ronaldo?28 Awesome Shower Curtains To Make Your Bathroom Less Boring14 Hilarious Comics Made By Women You Need To Follow Right NowTop 10 Female Disney Villains You’ll Definitely Fall In Love WithA Guy Turns Gray Walls And Simple Bricks Into Works Of ArtThe Highest Paid Football Players In The World Loading…
London, United Kingdom | AFP | Kevin De Bruyne starred as Manchester City stayed on course for an unprecedented quadruple as a 2-0 win at Cardiff on Sunday put the runaway Premier League leaders into the last 16 of the FA Cup.City, 12 points clear at the summit of English football, are bidding to bring the Premier League, FA Cup, League Cup and Champions League titles to the Etihad. Cardiff defender Bennett was sent off in injury time at the end of the match when he received a second yellow card for another poor challenge, on Brahim Diaz.De Bruyne said there had been nothing complicated regarding his goal, telling the BBC: “The wall was not nine metres away from me and so they were very close and it was easy to put it under.”But he was slightly bemused by the tactics employed by a Cardiff side pushing for promotion to the Premier League.“They played man against man all over the pitch — it was a little bit weird,” De Bruyne said. “It left a lot of space.”Share on: WhatsApp Pages: 1 2 Sane was the victim of a bad tackle by Joe Bennett in first-half stoppage time and was replaced at the break by Sergio Aguero. They made short work of second-tier Cardiff, with Belgian star De Bruyne putting them ahead in just eight minutes when he deceived the home side with a brilliant free-kick that he struck under, rather than over, the defensive wall.Bernardo Silva appeared to have doubled the visitors’ lead with a thunderous 26th-minute shot but his goal was ruled out because the officials deemed Leroy Sane to be off-side and interfering with play.It appeared a harsh call but, with the controversial video assistant referee system that is being trialled in some English cup ties this season not in use for this match, there was no way of reviewing the decision.But the second goal Pep Guardiola’s men had threatened arrived in the 37th minute when Silva’s superb curling cross from the left was glanced in by Raheem Sterling.
JOCKEY QUOTES TAMMY HUGHES GUSTAVSON, DAUGHTER OF WINNING OWNER B. WAYNE HUGHES: “My dad has a cold or he would’ve been here. He’s here in L.A., but wasn’t feeling well enough to come. My husband and I left the S.C. game (USC football game) to come out today. We’re looking forward to the Breeders’ Cup Sprint with this horse. We’ll be here and there’ll be a lot of people from the farm (Spendthrift) as well.” FLAVIEN PRAT, LORD NELSON, WINNER: “I was a little worried about All Run pulling away from us and at the three-eighths pole, I didn’t look like the winner. I think my horse is better going further. But when he switched leads he just took off and we really started running.” NOTES: The winning owner is B. Wayne Hughes of Lexington, Ky., who races as Spendthrift Farm. MARTIN GARCIA, ALL RUN, SECOND: “When a race like this is at six furlongs, you just keep it simple.. With these kinds of horses, you need to just let it go unless the horse doesn’t break. My horse likes to run on the front end and I had to get after him a little bit early because my position was number one, and he kept running. I just got beat by a better horse.”TRAINER QUOTES BOB BAFFERT, LORD NELSON, WINNER AND JAZZY TIMES, THIRD: “I was surprised Jazzy (Times) didn’t hang in there a little more, so I was disappointed, because on hot days like this, speed really holds well. (Flavien) Prat rode him (Lord Nelson) like he normally does. He’s got a big turn of foot. The one horse (All Run) though, he was running pretty easily.”Addressing the Breeders’ Cup Sprint Nov. 5: “There’s always a lot of speed in that race. You’ve got Masochistic, and you’ve got Drefong (trained by Baffert). He’s pretty fast, too. He worked well today. To win the Sprint you have to be doing really well, be at the top of your game. Post position is so important, the break is important. The Sprint is a difficult race to win, but if you have the right kind of horse you can do it, and so far, Lord Nelson looks like the right kind of horse. He likes this track and he hasn’t lost this year.”
30 September 2010 The South African government has extended an invitation to the private sector to invest in an envisaged multi-billion rand solar park – a concentrated zone of solar generating plants and solar component manufacturing facilities – in the Northern Cape. Addressing a media briefing in Johannesburg on Tuesday during a conference on South Africa’s energy future, Energy Minister Dipuo Peters said that developing the solar plants for the park was expected to cost billions of US dollars. These costs, to be incurred over a period of 10 years, would largely be borne by the private sector, Peters said. “We are looking primarily to the private sector,” said the department’s acting deputy director-general for electricity, nuclear and clean energy, Ompi Aphane. “We don’t see the fiscus being overburdened [by the project].” Wide-ranging benefits A solar park would alleviate the pressure on South Africa’s largely coal-based energy supply. It is estimated that a 5 000 MW park constructed over a decade could create about 12 300 construction jobs annually. The project is also expected to create about 3 010 operations and maintenance jobs by the time the last solar plant is constructed. Besides the jobs that would be created by the park, South Africa would be given the opportunity to become a manufacturer of solar technology materials.Pre-feasibility study conducted The Department of Energy signed an agreement with the Clinton Climate Initiative (CCI) in 2009 to prepare a pre-feasibility study into the potential for creating a solar park in South Africa. The study was conducted with the financial and technical backing of the CCI. Peters said the study found that the Northern Cape was ideal for a solar park because of the abundance of sunshine in the province. Land availability, connection to the national electricity grid, and water availability (through the Orange River) were also deciding factors in choosing the Northern Cape. A number of developers are said to have shown interest in the project. The government predicts that the solar park project will reach commercialisation within the next two years, depending on interest from investors. Source: BuaNews
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Related Items: Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp#Jamaica, August 22, 2017 – Kingston – National Security Minister, Hon. Robert Montague, says electronic monitoring is to be introduced for persons who are the subject of Restraining Orders. Mr. Montague informed that his Ministry is in discussion with a supplier to procure the equipment.The Minister explained that once the Restraining Order is executed against a perpetrator, that person will be fitted with the electronic bracelet, while the victim will be given a transponder.“If that person comes within the limit of 100 yards from (the victim), the transponder will go off and beep and it will send off a signal to the (monitoring) centre, which will call the perpetrator and tell him to step back,” he said.Mr. Montague was addressing the recent signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) by his Ministry, the Jamaica Constabulary Force and the University of the West Indies (UWI), Mona campus, to have more police recruits trained by the institution. The same technology will also be used for those persons who are on bail and those on early release from prison.“Up to March this year, some 143 persons who were on bail were also charged for murder while being on bail. We’re going to enter into some discussions with the Ministry of Justice that, for some categories of crimes, the persons on bail should wear an electronic bracelet as a condition of their bail,” he said.The Minister also indicated that some 400 members of the JCF have been trained in domestic-violence prevention.