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The same front that brought gusty thunderstorms and tornado reports across Missouri Wednesday will once again spark severe weather from the Plains to the.Tropical Storm Chan-Hom is expected to get stronger as it moves near GuaCNN's Tom Sater reports on a supercell storm that has touched down in Kansas City, MissourIn a state plagued by drought, Golden State residents are advised to play it safe with fireworks this Fourth of JulIn this timelapse video from NASA you can see solar flares ripple across the sun. NASA said there were no less than five in five dayScorching temperatures above 110°F are more often associated with the stark landscapes of places like Death Valley than the cooler reaches of the Pacific Northwest. But a suped-up heat wave has left parts of Washington feeling much more like the desert Southwest and has shattered longstanding high temperature records in many spots. Swaths of red mark where temperatures soared in the Pacific Northwest during an unusually intense early summer heat wave. Credit: earth.nullschool.net The searing heat even broke the all-time state temperature record for the month of June, with two locations — Chief Joseph Dam and Walla Walla — both hitting 113°F on Sunday, when the event peaked, according to the National Weather Service office in Spokane. While the skyrocketing temperatures are a marker of a particularly strong area of high pressure, such record-breaking temperatures are more likely to happen in a warming world. Summer temperatures have already increased across the U.S. in recent decades; in the Pacific Northwest they have risen by almost 0.5°F per decade since 1970. Heat Dialed Up This heat wave began with the development of an intense ridge of high pressure over the West. Such an event isn’t unusual in the summer and temperatures in the inland Pacific Northwest can reach much higher than the cooler coasts, but typically only go up into the 80s and 90s and usually later in the summer. The sheer strength of the ridge was largely what dialed up the temperature more than normal this time, said Andy Brown, the warning coordination meteorologist for the NWS Spokane office. Also contributing was where the air moving over the region came from: “A lot of this hot weather had originated in the desert Southwest,” Brown said. It’s also possible that the desiccated soils of drought-stricken eastern Washington helped elevate temperatures — if the soils were instead moist, they would have used up some of the excess heat through evaporation, said Karin Bumbaco, assistant state climatologist for Washington. “With the dry soils from this year's drought, all of the energy goes into warming the ground instead,” she said in an email. More records falling around #InlandNorthwest. Captured the moment we hit 100 at the office. #HeatWavepic.twitter.com/oVtfBVdB1m — NWS Spokane (@NWSSpokane) June 27, 2015 All of that heat meant that plenty of records fell across eastern Washington. Spokane saw its warmest temperatures since 1961, Brown said. “So it is a very significant heat wave.” The heat was expected to continue through the July 4 holiday weekend, though not at the same levels as last weekend’s peak. “We’re not going to be talking the crazy hot, record-breaking temperatures,” Brown said. Though these searing temperatures were the result of a weather event that can naturally happen, summer temperatures in the Pacific Northwest have followed the same upward trend as most of the rest of the U.S. and the world as a whole over recent decades. These rising temperatures are fueled by the buildup of heat-trapping greenhouse gases in the atmosphere that has intensified over this same period. Temperatures Rising In the U.S., the biggest increases in summer temperatures have been in the Southwest, where they have risen by more than 3.5°F since 1970. The Pacific Northwest has also seen substantial increases in average summer temperatures, which have gone up as much as 2.6°F over that same time. Warming temperatures in the region are a major concern for water resources, as eastern Washington depends on its winter snowpack to supply reservoirs and streams come the warmer summer months. Exceptionally warm temperatures this past winter led to dismally low snowfall which has led to a widespread drought and amped up concerns over the wildfire season. The hot air that has descended on the Pacific Northwest has also been particularly dry, with gusty winds that have helped fan the flames of several wildfires. The largest that firefighters are contending with in Washington is the Sleepy Hollow Fire, which has raged across nearly 3,000 acres and burned more than two dozen homes and several commercial buildings. Concerns remains high going into the July 4 weekend because of worries that people will set off fireworks. Many towns have already banned them for the holiday to try to prevent new blazes being set. While the heat wave will eventually end, the rest of the summer is likely to remain dry for Oregon and Washington, which is bad news for drought impacts and further fire concerns. “We’re not expecting much in the way of rainfall,” Brown said. “There’s no relief in sight for the fire season, so that’s certainly a concern.Meteorologist Bonnie Schneider tells us where the storms will be this Fourth of July weeken<p>July 1 (Reuters) - Investigators suspect human activity, rather than lightning, sparked a grassland fire that has destroyed at least 29 homes near the eastern slopes of the Cascades in central Washington, officials said on Wednesday.</p><p></p&gHotter temperatures are messing with the gender of Australia's bearded dragon lizards, a new study finds. Dragons that are genetically male hatch as females and give birth to other lizards. And the way the lizards' gender is determined is getting changed so much that the female sex chromosome may eventually disappear entirely, the study authors saTake a close look at the rainbow spotted near a tornado in Beach, North Dakota. Meteorologist Ari Sarsalari explains how this happen<p>California's drought-stricken cities set a record for water conservation, reducing usage 29 percent in May, according to data released by a state agency Wednesday.</p&g<p>As Americans around the country prepare to celebrate our nation's independence this Saturday, a close eye will be kept on the weather to determine if they will be able to enjoy a dazzling display of fireworks.</p&gMeteorologist Ari Sarsalari shows the forecast for Northwest and heat highs during the July 4th weekend. More heat to come through the weekenThey'll be on display in a special exhibit at the NOAA campus in JulCNN's Dan Simon reports on a fast moving wildfire in central Washington state. The fire has destroyed over two dozen homes and several businesseJoggers wheezed, electric wires warped, and Britain sweated through its hottest July day on record as a wide swath of Western Europe sweltered in a heat wavThe world got a major dose of climate clarity on Tuesday. The U.S., Brazil and China — three of the world’s top greenhouse gas emitters — all released major commitments to reduce or at least slow their greenhouse gas emissions, protect forests and ramp up their use of renewable energy. The flurry of activity comes with five months to go until major climate talks in Paris. Those talks are considered critical for a global climate agreement and Tuesday’s news indicates a growing level of commitment to reduce emissions and the impacts of climate change. Aerial view of the Amazon Rainforest, near Manaus, the capital of the Brazilian state of Amazonas. Credit: CIAT/flickr The day started with a bilateral commitment between President Obama and his Brazilian counterpart, President Dilma Rousseff, on clean energy. Capping two days of discussions, the two leaders announced that their countries will aim to get 20 percent of their electricity from non-hydropower renewables by 2030. The exclusion of hydropower is notable because of it can be a major source of methane emissions. The U.S. currently gets 13 percent of its electricity from renewables but almost half of that comes from hydropower. Brazil also relies heavily on hydropower for electricity generation, but wind is the cheapest form of new power generation capacity in Brazil. Though wind power is currently a smaller portion of Brazil’s overall energy mix, its low cost means it will likely be crucial to meeting the 2030 goal. Beyond renewables, Brazil also agreed to restore nearly 30 million acres of forests. That’s only a portion of the 148 million acres of deforestation that have happened in Brazil since 1970, but still represents a major climate benefit given tropical forests’ ability to sequester carbon dioxide out of the atmosphere. The Amazon currently sequesters up to a quarter of all human carbon dioxide emissions. In a case of dueling climate announcements, China also formally submitted its pledge as part of the United Nations climate process. That pledge confirms that China will peak its greenhouse gas emissions by 2030, a goal it laid out late last year in a bilateral agreement with the U.S. But the new document reveals that China plans to reduce the intensity of its emissions by up to 65 percent, a move that could lead to a smaller emissions’ peak than previously estimated. The document clocks in at 16 pages and provides rich details about how China will meet its climate goals. That includes doubling current wind and nearly quadrupling solar power generating capacity and implementing a national carbon market. “It is very detailed. I think that’s terrific and is a good sign,” Erika Rosenthal, an attorney with Earthjustice’s international program, said. “When China commits to doing something, they have mechanisms to make sure that that planning comes to fruition.” China is already the global leader in clean energy investments, with $89 billion invested in clean energy projects in 2014. A recent analysis suggests that China will see an additional $3.4 trillion in clean energy investments through 2040. Coal use also fell in 2014, the first time that's happened in 14 years, indicating that China could be on the path peaking earlier than expected. China’s commitment is part of a larger process where each country submits its plan, dubbed an Intended Nationally Determined Contribution, for climate action to the United Nations. Those commitments are all due later this year, but adding China’s into the mix with commitments already submitted by the U.S. and the European Union means that half of the world’s greenhouse gas emissions are accounted for. Tuesday’s three pledges cap a busy month, which has seen the Pope weigh in on climate change and some of the world’s largest oil companies ask for a price on carbon emissions. While current commitments are unlikely to keep the world from warming 2°C — the current climate goal — they do represent a step toward lowering greenhouse gas emissionHeat and humidity are gripping England as the 2015 Wimbledon Tournament continues. Organizers initiated heat rules that allow female athletes to take 10-minute.Summer just started but wildfires are already ravaging the dried-out West coast. Since the beginning of June, nearly 300 fires have burned in Alaska, with a total of 1.1 million acres already destroyed just one month into the.Jun 30, 2015; 1:45 PM ET A monsoon made a brief, but memorable appearance in Phoenix, Arizona late Monday, June 29. Quick and heavy storms uprooted trees and limbs had fallen on top of vehicles and homeA silvery filigree of vapor hovers at the edge of the atmosphere in new images released by NASA. This glowing layer is made up of noctilucent, or.Lightning struck near the top of a more than 14,000-foot mountain popular with hikers, sending three people to hospitals, Colorado authorities said.It is not clear if they were directly hit.The combination of excessive heat and dry thunderstorms in many areas will add to the wildfire threat in the western part of United States and Canada through.Spain and Portugal both issued weather alerts Monday, advising residents to take extra care as temperatures soared.Scorching summertime heat waves in Europe, Asia and North America, as well as extreme cold snaps in central Asia, have become more likely because of changes in the way air is flowing over those regions, a new study detailed in the journal Nature suggests. A corporal of the Moscow Kremlin Guard helps another soldier on duty during the extreme heat wave that hit during July 2010. Credit: Boris SV/flickr The overall warming of the atmosphere that has resulted from the buildup of greenhouse gases has generally tipped the odds in favor of more extreme warm temperatures and fewer cold ones. But the way areas of high and low pressure meander around the globe can reinforce those odds, or counteract them. That leads to different patterns of temperature extremes in different places at different times. “It’s important to determine where we believe that some of the recent trends in circulation could potentially be linked with climate change, rather than just natural variability,” Ted Shepherd, an atmospheric scientist at the University of Reading in the U.K., said in an email. Shepherd, who was not involved in the study, wrote an accompanying commentary on it in Nature. Using atmospheric data from the last 35 years, study author Daniel Horton, a Stanford University postdoc, and his colleagues found that persistent areas of high pressure in certain places were linked with extreme heat waves in Europe, western Asia and eastern North America. The position of the systems affected how air was directed over those areas. An example is the deadly Russian heatwave of 2010, which was the result of such a “stuck” high-pressure system that kept a large mass of hot, dry air parked over the region for weeks. Conversely, an increase in cold extremes over central Asia was associated with a pattern that led more Arctic air to flow in over the region. The trend in more cold extremes was strongest during the period since pronounced Arctic warming emerged, or about the last 25 years, which lends at least some support to the possibility that that warming is helping fuel the trend, Shepherd said. The potential influence of rapid Arctic warming on such extremes has been a hot research topic in recent years, though it is much debated in the climate community. This map shows how much temperatures over Russia varied from normal between July 20-27, 2010. The strong concentration of deep red over eastern Russia reflects the weeks-long heat wave that gripped the region that summer. Credit: NASA Whether or not these changes in atmospheric circulation are themselves linked to global warming wasn’t something the study tried to answer. Judah Cohen, who has conducted several studies on the Arctic warming-cold extremes connection, said that while the new study was “a nice analysis” and consistent with other findings, he thought it would “do little to settle or alleviate the differences” between the different camps on that question. Cohen, an atmospheric scientist with Atmospheric and Environmental Research, was also not involved in the study. While the new research didn’t answer what led to the particular atmospheric patterns associated with extreme temperatures, Horton hopes that they can use the same approach from the study to try to figure that out. He called the effort “a work in progress,” adding, “We don’t have answers yet.” Figuring out that answer is important to understanding what changes different regions might face in a warming world, because having a particular system parked over one area for a long time can also to lead to issues like drought and flooding. The ongoing California drought, for example, has been linked to a persistent high-pressure system that has kept much needed rains awaEl Niño will continue to greatly limit tropical development in the Atlantic Basin and greatly scale back rainfall in the Caribbean. El Niño is associated.The first big dust storm of the monsoon season slammed the Phoenix area on Saturday with winds snapping utility poles and leaving thousands without power.Arizona Public Service and Salt River Project, the two biggest utilities that serve metropolitan Phoenix, said Sunday that electricity had been restored to most customers.APS initially reported outages at 14,000 homes the night before. SRP at one point had more than 15,000 customers with no power.According to the National Weather Service, winds were up to 51 mph around Sky Harbor International.The continents may have first risen high above the oceans of the world about 3 billion years ago, researchers say.

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Devendra Fadnavis denies delaying AI flight, to take legal action
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Badals, Majithia promoted drugs, will pay for their sins, says Capt
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SC says judges' medical bills cannot be disclosed under RTI
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Struck hard: Why it's not going to be an easy ride for Stalin
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प्राथमिक विषय नहीं पढ़ाने वाले मदरसे स्कूल नहीं माने जाएंगे: महाराष्‍ट्र सरकार
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मुंबई : महाराष्ट्र सरकार ने गुरुवार को कहा कि अंग्रेजी, गणित और विज्ञान जैसे प्राथमिक शैक्षिक विषय नहीं पढ़ाने वाले मदरसों को औपचारिक स्कूल नहीं माना जाएगा और इसमें पढ़ने वाले छात्रों को स्कूली शिक्षा के दायरे से बाहर बच्चा माना जाएगा। राज्य के अल्पसंख्यक मामलों के मंत्री एकनाथ खडसे ने कहा कि मदरसा छात्रों को धर्म के बारे में शिक्षा दे रहे हैं और औपचारिक शिक्षा नहीं देते हैं। हमारे संविधान में सभी बच्चों को औपचारिक शिक्षा का अधिकार की बात कही गई है हालांकि मदरसा इसे प्रदान नहीं करते हैं। खडसे ने कहा कि अगर एक हिन्दू या ईसाई बच्चा मदरसा में पढ़ना चाहता है ...
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नवभारत टाइम्स

ललित मोदी बोले अब बीजेपी नेता सुधांशु मित्तल की कहानी बताऊंगा
नवभारत टाइम्स
आईपीएल के पूर्व प्रमुख ललित मोदी ने खुद से जुड़े विवाद में अब बीजेपी नेता सुधांशु मित्तल का नाम लिया है। उन्होंने एक ट्वीट के जरिए गुरुवार को कहा कि वह आने वाले दिनों में मित्तल के फर्श से अर्श तक पहुंचने की कहानी का खुलासा करेंगे। मोदी ने हवाला कारोबारी विवेक नागपाल के साथ मित्तल के संबंधों पर सवाल भी उठाए। ललित ने ट्वीट किया, 'टेंटवाले सुधांशु मित्तल के फर्श से अर्श तक जाने से जुड़े ब्योरे का अगले सप्ताह इंतजार करें।' भारत में वित्तीय अनियमितता के आरोप झेल रहे ललित ने हवाला कारोबार से जुड़े विवेक नागपाल के साथ मित्तल के संबंधों को लेकर भी सवाल उठाए, जिन्हें ...
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Jansatta

जनता के पैसे से अपना ढोल पीटने के लिए घिरी केजरीवाल सरकार
Jansatta
एक बार फिर दिल्ली की आम आदमी पार्टी सरकार अपने विज्ञापनों को लेकर विपक्ष के निशाने पर है। आप के पूर्व नेता प्रशांत भूषण ने तो इसे सुप्रीम कोर्ट के संज्ञान में लाने की बात कही है। प्रदेश कांग्रेस अध्यक्ष अजय माकन ने कहा कि दिल्ली सरकार ने सिर्फ सूचना और प्रचार के लिए 526 करोड़ रुपए रखा है और पिछले साल इस मद में सिर्फ 24 करोड़ रुपए खर्च किए गए थे। जबकि उससे पिछले साल इस मद पर केवल 20 करोड़ रुपए खर्च करने का प्रावधान किया गया था। सबसे बड़ा भ्रष्टाचार : भाजपा वहीं भाजपा के प्रदेश अध्यक्ष सतीश उपाध्याय की अगुआई में भाजपा के एक प्रतिनिधिमंढल ने उपराज्यपाल नजीब जंग से मिल कर ...
आप सरकार विज्ञापन पर उड़ा रही है जनता का पैसाः कांग्रेसदैनिक जागरण
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आईबीएन-7

नंबर वही, चाहे जाओ कहीं: कल से एयरटेल और वोडाफोन शुरू करेंगी NMNP
दैनिक भास्कर
नई दिल्ली. बीएसएनएल, एमटीएनएल, एयरटेल, वोडाफोन आइडिया और रिलायंस कम्युनिकेशन शुक्रवार से नेशनल मोबाइल नंबर पोर्टेबिलिटी शुरू करेंगे। दोनों कंपनियों के मोबाइल यूजर्स को देशभर में कहीं भी सर्कल बदलने पर अपना नंबर बदलने की जरूरत नहीं होगी। एमटीएस ब्रांडनेम से काम करने वाली सिस्टेमा श्याम टेलीसर्विसेस, यूनिनॉर और वीडियोकॉन टेलीकॉम जैसे बाकी प्राइवेट सर्विस प्रोवाइडर्स भी जल्द ही नेशनल पोर्टेबिलिटी का एलान करेंगे। कंपनियों ने क्या कहा? - भारती एयरटेल के डायरेक्टर (मार्केट ऑपरेशंस) अजय पुरी ने एक बयान में कहा- एयरटेल के नेटवर्क के अंदर 24 घंटे में पोर्टिंग की ...
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आज तक

जांच से घबराए 1400 शिक्षकों ने दिया इस्तीफा
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फर्जी शैक्षणिक डिग्रियों पर सरकारी कार्रवाई का डर दिल में ऐसा बैठा कि बिहार में 1400 प्राथमिक शिक्षकों ने इस्तीफा ही दे दिया. आने वाले दिनों में और शिक्षक इस्तीफा दे सकते हैं क्योंकि पटना हाई कोर्ट ने फर्जी शैक्षणिक योग्यता वालों को कानूनी कार्रवाई से बचने के लिए अपने आप ही नौकरी छोड़ देने को कहा था. शिक्षा विभाग के प्रधान सचिव आर के महाजन ने कहा, 'कुल 1400 शिक्षकों ने इस्तीफा दिया है. ऐसे और इस्तीफे आने की संभावना है क्योंकि हमने उसके लिए 8 जुलाई की आखिरी तारीख तय की है. इस्तीफा देने वाले ऐसे शिक्षकों का आखिरी आंकड़ा उसके बाद ही पता चल पाएगा.' महाजन ने ...
कार्रवाई से बचने को 11 शिक्षकों ने दिया इस्तीफादैनिक जागरण
कार्रवाई के डर से बिहार में 1400 शिक्षकों ने दिया इस्तीफानवभारत टाइम्स
बिहार: फर्जी शैक्षणिक डिग्रियों पर कार्रवाई के डर से 1400 प्राथमिक शिक्षकों ने दिया इस्तीफाप्रभात खबर
अमर उजाला
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