‘What’s in the brief, Willie Cauley-Stein?’ New Warrior out to prove he’s all business

first_imgSAN FRANCISCO — As Willie Cauley-Stein stopped for gas at the Flying J in Dodge City, Kan., this summer, he peered through the store window and spotted a silver briefcase. It reminded him of a certain British secret agent.“I thought it was tough as a kid when I watched James Bond and he’s got the brief full of cash. It seemed like some business-like [expletive],” Cauley-Stein said. “I’m like ‘That thing’s tough. I’m going to get it.’”So the Kansas native bought the pit-stop accessory that …last_img

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Ohio Ag Weather and Forecast — November 28, 2017

first_imgShare Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest Ryan Martin 11-28-17Windy today with strong southwest winds ramping up to 15-30 mph. Temps should push into the upper 50s to low 60s. Clouds will be building tomorrow as we get closer to our next frontal passage for Thursday. Temps will be slightly lower because of the cloud build, but still will be well above normal for the year. The front arrives Thursday afternoon and hangs around up to midnight Thursday night. This should bring .05”-.3” of action to about 70% of the state. It will be east of us by just past midnight.We dry back down behind the front for Friday and temperatures remain above normal. A cooler weekend will be in store, with temps rising again on Monday. All 4 days will be dry.Scattered showers move into the state next Tuesday, but will be limited to a few hundredths to .4” over about 60% of the state. This will be likely with a warm front lifting in. Then the big question mark for the entire forecast period comes for next Wednesday and Thursday. WE still are looking for a nice cluster of rain and thunderstorms to come out of the southwest, up a cold frontal boundary into the state. WE are looking for as much as .1”-75” if the thunderstorms can develop. We think the better rains stay to our west in Indiana. However, models disagree, and call for ALL of the action to disintegrate. We are leaving our forecast alone at this time. Scattered showers linger in NW flow behind the strong low in Canada for Friday and Saturday of next week, bringing cumulative additional precipitation up to .25”. The map above shows full 10 day precipitation potential, including Thursday’s action and everything for next week.In the extended period, we see mixed clouds and sun for the 10th through the 13th with cooler temps on strong north winds. In fact, we think there is a good chance this will swing the pattern back to below normal for the balance of December.last_img read more

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Groundspeak Weekly Newsletter – October 27, 2011

first_imgGeocaching FavoritesThe Geocaching Favorites feature calls attention to exceptional geocaches hidden around the world. Premium Members award Favorite Points to the caches they enjoyed most. The points reward the person who hid the cache as well as help others to discover great caches. A blue ribbon on cache pages and in the search results list displays the number of Favorite Points a cache has received. Since Favorites was added to the Geocaching.com website, more than 2.6 million Favorite Points have been awarded.While a quality geocache may earn a few Favorite Points, some amazing geocaches have earned hundreds of points. One traditional geocache, about a ghost haunting the woods of Germany, earned more than one thousand Favorite points.In addition to awarding Favorite Points, Premium Members can sort the search results to display the caches with the most Favorite Points at the top of the list. This helps you easily identify the best caches in an area.See how the Geocaching Favorites feature works to improve your geocaching experience in this new Geocaching.com Presents video.Benefits of Adding Home CoordinatesPlease enter your home coordinates so we can provide information on new geocaches and geocaching events near you.Share with your Friends:More SharePrint RelatedGeocaching.com Presents: FavoritesOctober 20, 2011In “Learn”Groundspeak Weekly Newsletter – December 21, 2010December 21, 2010In “Groundspeak’s Weekly Newsletter”Everything you always wanted to know about Favorite pointsApril 2, 2019In “News”last_img read more

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