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Enterprises OK with Indian banks but say 'Put tech into IT' : BCG study

Mumbai, August 12, 2013: Indian banks have garnered high  appreciation from their corporate clients for quality or relationship management, branch distribution and flexibility. But they have also been told that  they need to pull up their socks  when it comes to operations quality viz. turnaround time, exception handling etc.  This is attributed to  the poor  IT expenditure of Indian banks which   at 2% of revenue is among lowest in the world.

 

These are findings of the Boston Consulting Group (BCG),  which has  released a report titled "Consistency, Quality and Resilience: The Next Frontier for Productivity Excellence" on the eve of  the  at annual FICCI & IBA Banking Conference (FIBAC 2013) with the themeProductivity excellence in Indian banking”.  The report has been prepared with extensive research including surveys, conducted jointly with FICCI and Indian Banks Association, of over 500 corporate customers and analysis of data obtained from 38 of the largest banks in the country.

Salient points of the FIBAC 2013 report:

·        For every 1 customer facing person, Indian banks have 1.2 non customer facing persons.  This should be less than half of this level (i.e. for every customer facing person, less than 0.5 non customer facing person).

·        Lenders do not get lion's share of wallet; transaction bank does: The primary banks for corporate is the one who provides the main current account.  Public sector is primary lender; it is not a primary transaction bank

·        Public sector has disproportionate exposure to traditional capital intensive industries 

·        Gold based lending by banks could help double the agriculture credit in India profitably. Rs 4.2 trillion of additional credit possible in direct agri lending using gold as collateral 

·        Banks paying heavy price for ignoring information analytics and IT based credit management Banks sit on massive data regarding customer transactions in core banking systems. This can be leveraged for early warning systems 

·        Despite introduction of digital channels, Indian bank branches are 10% more cluttered in 2013 compared to 2011. Banks need a fresh look at branch formats with more self–service and new technology based formats. Digital adoption needs greater push as banks move into semi urban and rural areas 

·        Electronic Point of Sale (POS) transactions a major weakness of Indian banking. Share of POS transactions in total digital transactions remained flat between 2011 and 2013. Public sector has virtually abdicated its role in extension of card acceptance in merchant establishments.  Penetration of POS acceptance very low in India. Banks need to take advantage of new technology and services from National Payment Corporation of India (NPCI) like RuPay and IMPS

·        Private Sector hit a plateau in digital adoption; PSU banks did 4 times better between FY '11 and FY '13. 15% improvement in digital adoption in private sector banks as against 60% for public sector banks between 2011 and 2013.Digital adoption defined as ratio of digital transactions to non digital transactions (cash and cheque). Digital adoption ratio in Private banks up to 2.3 in 2013 from 2 in 2011; PSU banks up to 1.6 in 2013 from 1 in 2011. Private sector banks need fresh thinking to move the needle in digital

 

Mr K R Kamath, Chairman, Indian Banks' Association (IBA) and Chairman and Managing Director, Punjab National Bank (PNB) speaking on the occasion of curtain raiser for the event said that "These are interesting times for Indian banking industry.  We have significant challenges and lots of exciting opportunities.  Indian banking industry will come out stronger through this phase of its evolution". 
Mrs V R Iyer, Chairperson of FICCI’s Banking and Financial Institutions Committee and Chairperson and Managing Director of Bank of India  said on the occasion that "Indian corporate clients have given a strong positive endorsement to Indian banks and have highlighted issues on operations and technology that we need to look at carefully". 




    


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Enterprises OK with Indian banks but say 'Put tech into IT' : BCG study
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Enterprises OK with Indian banks but say 'Put tech into IT' : BCG study
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Enterprises OK with Indian banks but say 'Put tech into IT' : BCG study
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Enterprises OK with Indian banks but say 'Put tech into IT' : BCG study
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Enterprises OK with Indian banks but say 'Put tech into IT' : BCG study
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Enterprises OK with Indian banks but say 'Put tech into IT' : BCG study
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Enterprises OK with Indian banks but say 'Put tech into IT' : BCG study
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Enterprises OK with Indian banks but say 'Put tech into IT' : BCG study
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Enterprises OK with Indian banks but say 'Put tech into IT' : BCG study
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Enterprises OK with Indian banks but say 'Put tech into IT' : BCG study
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33.0C 40.6C 25.1C 1015.8hPaSSW 4.0km/h 7.2km/h63% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total11:30 33.4C 41.1C 24.9C 1015.8hPaSSE 4.3km/h 7.2km/h61% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total11:35 33.6C 41.1C 24.8C 1015.8hPaNNW 1.8km/h 4.3km/h60% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total11:40 33.6C 41.1C 24.8C 1016.1hPaWest 2.9km/h 4.3km/h60% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total11:45 33.4C 40.7C 24.6C 1015.8hPaWSW 1.8km/h 6.4km/h60% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total11:50 33.2C 40.8C 24.9C 1016.1hPaNW 2.1km/h 6.4km/h62% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total11:55 33.3C 40.4C 24.5C 1016.1hPaWest 2.9km/h 2.9km/h60% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total12:00 33.3C 40.0C 24.2C 1016.1hPaWSW 2.9km/h 2.9km/h59% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total12:05 33.4C 40.7C 24.6C 1016.1hPaWest 3.2km/h 3.2km/h60% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total12:10 33.8C 41.7C 25.0C 1015.8hPaSouth 5.0km/h 7.2km/h60% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total12:15 34.0C 42.2C 25.2C 1015.8hPaSSE 7.6km/h 7.6km/h60% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total12:20 34.2C 41.9C 24.8C 1015.8hPaCalm 7.6km/h58% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total12:25 33.9C 40.4C 24.2C 1015.8hPaSSE 2.9km/h 7.6km/h57% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total12:30 33.4C 39.9C 24.1C 1015.8hPaCalm 4.0km/h58% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total12:35 32.9C 39.0C 24.1C 1015.8hPaWest 2.6km/h 5.8km/h60% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total12:40 32.7C 38.5C 23.7C 1015.8hPaNNW 3.5km/h 5.8km/h59% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total12:45 32.9C 39.0C 24.1C 1015.8hPaNNW 4.0km/h 4.0km/h60% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total12:50 33.6C 39.6C 23.6C 1015.8hPaSW 2.9km/h 4.0km/h56% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total12:55 33.6C 40.0C 23.9C 1015.8hPaCalm 4.0km/h57% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total13:00 33.8C 40.9C 24.4C 1015.8hPaCalm 6.4km/h58% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total13:05 34.0C 41.4C 24.6C 1015.8hPaSouth 1.8km/h 6.4km/h58% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total13:10 34.2C 41.9C 24.8C 1015.8hPaCalm 4.3km/h58% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total13:15 34.5C 41.9C 24.5C 1015.8hPaNNW 1.8km/h 1.8km/h56% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total13:20 33.4C 39.2C 23.7C 1015.8hPaCalm 2.6km/h57% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total13:25 32.6C 38.2C 23.6C 1015.8hPaNW 2.9km/h 2.9km/h59% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total13:30 32.3C 37.5C 23.3C 1015.8hPaNW 4.0km/h 4.0km/h59% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total13:35 32.1C 37.3C 23.4C 1015.8hPaCalm 4.0km/h60% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total13:40 32.0C 37.1C 23.3C 1015.8hPaNW 2.1km/h 4.0km/h60% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total13:45 32.5C 38.3C 23.8C 1015.5hPaSSW 5.0km/h 6.1km/h60% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total13:50 33.0C 38.8C 23.6C 1015.5hPaNNW 2.9km/h 6.1km/h58% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total13:55 33.2C 39.4C 23.8C 1015.8hPaWSW 3.2km/h 5.0km/h58% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total14:00 33.0C 37.5C 22.7C 1015.5hPaCalm 4.0km/h55% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total14:05 32.7C 37.5C 22.8C 1015.8hPaESE 7.6km/h 7.6km/h56% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total14:10 33.5C 40.1C 24.1C 1015.5hPaSW 4.0km/h 7.6km/h58% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total14:15 33.4C 39.2C 23.7C 1015.5hPaCalm 7.6km/h57% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total14:20 33.2C 38.3C 23.2C 1015.5hPaWNW 2.6km/h 4.0km/h56% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total14:25 33.2C 39.0C 23.6C 1015.1hPaWSW 2.9km/h 2.9km/h57% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total14:30 33.8C 38.7C 22.9C 1015.1hPaSSE 2.6km/h 2.9km/h53% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total14:35 34.0C 40.2C 23.7C 1015.1hPaSouth 9.0km/h 9.0km/h55% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total14:40 34.0C 39.8C 23.4C 1015.1hPaWSW 2.9km/h 9.0km/h54% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total14:45 33.8C 39.4C 23.5C 1015.1hPaSW 3.2km/h 9.0km/h55% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total14:50 33.6C 38.9C 23.3C 1015.1hPaNNW 1.8km/h 3.2km/h55% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total14:55 33.5C 38.6C 22.9C 1014.8hPaCalm 3.2km/h54% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total15:00 33.5C 38.6C 22.9C 1014.8hPaWSW 2.1km/h 7.9km/h54% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total15:05 33.7C 39.1C 23.4C 1014.8hPaWest 4.7km/h 7.9km/h55% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total15:10 33.6C 38.2C 22.7C 1014.8hPaCalm 4.7km/h53% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total15:15 33.2C 38.3C 23.2C 1014.8hPaCalm 2.9km/h56% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total15:20 33.2C 38.3C 23.2C 1014.8hPaCalm 1.4km/h56% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total15:25 33.3C 38.6C 23.3C 1014.8hPaENE 5.0km/h 5.0km/h56% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total15:30 33.1C 38.1C 22.8C 1014.8hPaWest 4.3km/h 5.0km/h55% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total15:35 33.0C 37.8C 23.0C 1014.8hPaWest 5.5km/h 5.5km/h56% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total15:40 32.8C 37.1C 22.5C 1014.8hPaNW 4.7km/h 5.5km/h55% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total15:45 32.6C 37.9C 23.3C 1014.4hPaNW 2.9km/h 5.5km/h58% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total15:50 32.6C 37.3C 22.7C 1014.4hPaWNW 2.6km/h 4.7km/h56% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total15:55 32.8C 38.1C 23.4C 1014.4hPaCalm 2.9km/h58% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total16:00 32.8C 37.8C 23.1C 1014.4hPaCalm 4.0km/h57% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total16:05 32.9C 37.1C 22.3C 1014.4hPaWNW 5.0km/h 5.0km/h54% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm totalTimeTemp.Heat IndexDew PointPressureWindWind SpeedWind GustHumidityRainfall Rate (Hourly)00:01 26.0C - 23.9C 1014.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h87% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total00:18 25.9C - 23.9C 1014.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h87% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total00:35 25.8C - 23.9C 1014.1hPaCalm 1.6km/h88% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total00:50 25.7C - 23.9C 1014.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h89% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total01:05 25.6C - 23.9C 1013.8hPaCalm 0.0km/h89% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total01:24 25.5C - 23.9C 1013.8hPaCalm 0.0km/h89% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total01:39 25.5C - 23.9C 1013.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h90% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total01:53 25.4C - 23.9C 1013.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h90% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total02:09 25.3C - 23.9C 1013.4hPaCalm 1.6km/h90% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total02:26 25.3C - 23.9C 1013.4hPaWSW 1.6km/h 1.6km/h91% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total02:41 25.3C - 23.9C 1013.4hPaCalm 1.6km/h91% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total02:57 25.4C - 23.9C 1013.1hPaCalm 1.6km/h91% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total03:15 25.3C - 23.9C 1013.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h91% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total03:31 25.3C - 23.9C 1013.1hPaCalm 1.6km/h92% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total03:44 25.3C - 23.9C 1013.1hPaCalm 1.6km/h92% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total04:01 25.3C - 23.9C 1013.1hPaCalm 1.6km/h92% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total04:18 25.3C - 23.9C 1013.1hPaCalm 1.6km/h92% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total04:34 25.3C - 23.9C 1013.1hPaCalm 1.6km/h92% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total04:48 25.3C - 23.9C 1013.1hPaCalm 1.6km/h93% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total05:05 25.3C - 24.4C 1013.1hPaSE 1.6km/h 3.2km/h93% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total05:20 25.6C - 24.4C 1013.1hPaESE 3.2km/h 4.8km/h94% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total05:37 25.7C - 25.0C 1013.4hPaSE 4.8km/h 4.8km/h94% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total05:52 25.8C - 24.4C 1013.4hPaESE 3.2km/h 4.8km/h93% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total06:08 25.7C - 23.9C 1013.4hPaCalm 9.7km/h89% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total06:25 25.9C - 22.8C 1013.8hPaSE 1.6km/h 9.7km/h82% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total06:40 26.1C - 23.3C 1014.1hPaCalm 4.8km/h83% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total06:59 25.9C - 23.3C 1014.1hPaSE 3.2km/h 4.8km/h84% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total07:12 25.8C - 23.3C 1014.1hPaSE 1.6km/h 4.8km/h85% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total07:28 25.7C - 23.3C 1014.4hPaCalm 3.2km/h86% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total07:44 25.7C - 23.3C 1014.4hPaSE 3.2km/h 4.8km/h87% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total08:02 25.8C - 23.9C 1014.4hPaSE 1.6km/h 8.0km/h89% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total08:17 26.1C - 24.4C 1014.4hPaSE 4.8km/h 8.0km/h90% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total08:32 26.4C - 23.9C 1014.4hPaCalm 4.8km/h87% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total08:51 27.4C 30.9C 23.9C 1014.8hPaSE 6.4km/h 8.0km/h82% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total09:04 28.1C 32.4C 24.4C 1014.8hPaSE 1.6km/h 11.3km/h80% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total09:21 28.8C 33.7C 24.4C 1014.8hPaSE 9.7km/h 9.7km/h77% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total09:37 29.3C 35.0C 25.0C 1015.1hPaSE 1.6km/h 4.8km/h77% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total09:53 30.1C 36.2C 25.0C 1014.8hPaCalm 11.3km/h74% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total10:09 30.6C 37.6C 25.6C 1015.1hPaSE 4.8km/h 8.0km/h74% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total10:24 30.4C 36.1C 24.4C 1015.1hPaSW 1.6km/h 6.4km/h71% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total10:41 29.8C 35.7C 25.0C 1015.1hPaSE 1.6km/h 8.0km/h76% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total10:55 31.0C 39.2C 26.1C 1015.1hPaWSW 6.4km/h 9.7km/h74% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total11:14 30.8C 38.1C 25.6C 1015.1hPaCalm 9.7km/h73% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total11:28 31.1C 37.9C 25.0C 1015.1hPaSW 3.2km/h 9.7km/h70% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total11:43 31.6C 38.5C 25.0C 1015.1hPaSW 3.2km/h 11.3km/h69% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total12:00 31.6C 38.6C 25.0C 1015.1hPaSSW 1.6km/h 12.9km/h68% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total12:17 32.0C 39.0C 25.0C 1015.1hPaSouth 3.2km/h 9.7km/h67% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total12:34 31.8C 38.9C 25.0C 1015.1hPaSW 3.2km/h 14.5km/h67% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total12:48 32.1C 39.8C 25.6C 1015.1hPaWest 1.6km/h 12.9km/h68% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total13:04 32.3C 39.4C 25.0C 1015.1hPaNNW 1.6km/h 14.5km/h65% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total13:22 32.4C 39.9C 25.0C 1015.1hPaSW 4.8km/h 14.5km/h64% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total13:35 32.5C 38.9C 24.4C 1014.8hPaWSW 1.6km/h 11.3km/h63% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total13:52 33.2C 40.7C 25.0C 1014.8hPaWest 3.2km/h 11.3km/h62% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total14:09 32.9C 39.0C 23.9C 1014.8hPaNorth 3.2km/h 12.9km/h60% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total14:23 33.1C 39.7C 24.4C 1014.4hPaSW 6.4km/h 12.9km/h60% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total14:39 33.0C 40.6C 25.0C 1014.4hPaSW 4.8km/h 12.9km/h62% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total14:55 32.9C 40.3C 25.0C 1014.1hPaWSW 6.4km/h 8.0km/h64% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total15:13 32.6C 38.5C 23.9C 1014.1hPaSW 6.4km/h 14.5km/h60% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total15:28 32.6C 38.5C 23.9C 1014.1hPaSW 3.2km/h 14.5km/h61% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total15:43 32.6C 39.2C 24.4C 1013.8hPaWest 1.6km/h 16.1km/h62% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total15:59 32.7C 38.0C 23.3C 1013.4hPaWSW 6.4km/h 11.3km/h59% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm totalTimeTemp.Heat IndexDew PointPressureWindWind SpeedWind GustHumidityRainfall Rate (Hourly)00:07 24.4C - 24.1C 1010.4hPaCalm -98%-/ 0.0mm total00:22 24.2C - 23.9C 1010.4hPaCalm -98%-/ 0.0mm total00:37 24.2C - 23.9C 1010.0hPaCalm -98%-/ 0.0mm total00:52 24.1C - 23.8C 1010.0hPaCalm -98%-/ 0.0mm total01:07 24.2C - 23.9C 1009.7hPaCalm -98%-/ 0.0mm total01:23 24.1C - 23.8C 1009.7hPaCalm -98%-/ 0.0mm total01:38 24.2C - 23.9C 1009.7hPaCalm -98%-/ 0.0mm total01:53 24.3C - 23.9C 1009.7hPaCalm -98%-/ 0.0mm total02:08 24.2C - 23.9C 1009.4hPaCalm -98%-/ 0.0mm total02:23 24.1C - 23.8C 1009.4hPaWest 2.7km/h -98%-/ 0.0mm total02:39 24.2C - 23.9C 1009.4hPaCalm -98%-/ 0.0mm total02:54 24.0C - 23.7C 1009.4hPaCalm -98%-/ 0.0mm total03:09 24.1C - 23.8C 1009.4hPaCalm -98%-/ 0.0mm total03:24 24.1C - 23.8C 1009.4hPaCalm -98%-/ 0.0mm total03:40 24.5C - 24.2C 1009.0hPaCalm -98%-/ 0.0mm total03:55 24.5C - 24.2C 1009.0hPaCalm -98%-/ 0.0mm total04:11 24.7C - 24.4C 1009.0hPaCalm -98%-/ 0.0mm total04:26 24.7C - 24.4C 1009.0hPaCalm -98%-/ 0.0mm total04:42 24.9C - 24.6C 1009.4hPaCalm -98%-/ 0.0mm total04:57 24.7C - 24.4C 1009.4hPaCalm -98%-/ 0.0mm total05:12 24.9C - 24.6C 1009.4hPaCalm -98%-/ 0.0mm total05:27 25.0C - 24.7C 1009.0hPaCalm -98%-/ 0.0mm total05:42 25.1C - 24.8C 1009.4hPaCalm -98%-/ 0.0mm total05:57 25.1C - 24.8C 1009.4hPaWest 1.8km/h -98%-/ 0.0mm total06:13 25.1C - 24.8C 1009.7hPaCalm -98%-/ 0.0mm total06:28 24.6C - 24.3C 1010.0hPaCalm -98%-/ 0.0mm total06:43 24.2C - 23.9C 1010.0hPaCalm -98%-/ 0.0mm total06:58 24.0C - 23.7C 1010.0hPaCalm -98%-/ 0.0mm total07:13 23.7C - 23.4C 1010.4hPaCalm -98%-/ 0.0mm total07:29 23.9C - 23.6C 1010.4hPaCalm -98%-/ 0.0mm total07:44 23.9C - 23.6C 1010.4hPaCalm -98%-/ 0.0mm total07:59 24.3C - 23.9C 1010.7hPaCalm -98%-/ 0.0mm total08:14 24.8C - 24.4C 1010.7hPaCalm -98%-/ 0.0mm total08:29 25.7C - 25.4C 1010.7hPaSouth 2.7km/h -98%-/ 0.0mm total08:45 27.4C 33.0C 27.1C 1010.7hPaSouth 1.8km/h -98%-/ 0.0mm total09:00 30.5C 45.7C 30.2C 1010.7hPaWNW 3.5km/h -98%-/ 0.0mm total09:15 32.4C 55.1C 32.1C 1010.7hPaNNW 2.7km/h -98%-/ 0.0mm total09:30 34.6C 67.7C 34.2C 1011.1hPaNorth 3.5km/h -98%-/ 0.0mm total09:45 35.5C 73.1C 35.1C 1011.1hPaWNW 2.7km/h -98%-/ 0.0mm total10:00 37.2C 84.6C 36.8C 1011.1hPaEast 2.7km/h -98%-/ 0.0mm total10:16 35.7C 74.6C 35.3C 1011.1hPaNorth 4.3km/h -98%-/ 0.0mm total10:31 36.1C 77.1C 35.7C 1011.4hPaWest 3.5km/h -98%-/ 0.0mm total10:46 34.1C 64.7C 33.7C 1011.1hPaESE 6.0km/h -98%-/ 0.0mm total11:01 34.9C 69.3C 34.5C 1011.1hPaNorth 3.5km/h -98%-/ 0.0mm total11:16 33.1C 59.0C 32.8C 1011.1hPaESE 3.5km/h -98%-/ 0.0mm total11:32 33.6C 61.8C 33.2C 1011.1hPaESE 10.1km/h -98%-/ 0.0mm total11:47 34.9C 69.3C 34.5C 1011.1hPaENE 7.6km/h -98%-/ 0.0mm total12:02 33.8C 62.7C 33.4C 1011.1hPaENE 7.6km/h -98%-/ 0.0mm total12:17 33.4C 60.5C 33.0C 1011.1hPaESE 5.1km/h -98%-/ 0.0mm total12:32 35.4C 72.4C 35.0C 1011.1hPaEast 7.6km/h -98%-/ 0.0mm total12:48 34.4C 66.3C 34.0C 1011.1hPaNE 7.6km/h -98%-/ 0.0mm total13:03 34.6C 67.7C 34.2C 1011.1hPaESE 6.8km/h -98%-/ 0.0mm total13:18 35.8C 74.9C 35.4C 1011.1hPaSE 4.3km/h -98%-/ 0.0mm total13:33 34.5C 67.0C 34.1C 1010.7hPaSouth 3.5km/h -98%-/ 0.0mm total13:49 35.0C 70.0C 34.6C 1010.7hPaSSW 7.6km/h -98%-/ 0.0mm total14:04 35.7C 74.6C 35.3C 1010.7hPaESE 9.3km/h -98%-/ 0.0mm total14:19 36.0C 76.4C 35.6C 1010.7hPaSSW 6.0km/h -98%-/ 0.0mm total14:34 36.0C 76.4C 35.6C 1010.4hPaEast 9.3km/h -98%-/ 0.0mm total14:49 36.2C 77.8C 35.8C 1010.0hPaESE 9.3km/h -98%-/ 0.0mm total15:05 36.4C 78.9C 36.0C 1010.0hPaESE 6.8km/h -98%-/ 0.0mm total15:20 35.3C 71.7C 34.9C 1010.0hPaEast 7.6km/h -98%-/ 0.0mm total15:35 37.3C 84.9C 36.9C 1009.7hPaEast 7.6km/h -98%-/ 0.0mm total15:50 36.7C 81.1C 36.3C 1009.7hPaEast 8.5km/h -98%-/ 0.0mm total16:05 37.7C 88.1C 37.3C 1009.4hPaSSE 7.6km/h -98%-/ 0.0mm totalTimeTemp.Heat IndexDew PointPressureWindWind SpeedWind GustHumidityRainfall Rate (Hourly)00:01 25.3C - 23.9C 1014.8hPaCalm -91%-/ 29.2mm total00:16 25.3C - 23.9C 1014.8hPaCalm -91%-/ 0.0mm total00:31 25.2C - 23.9C 1014.8hPaCalm -92%-/ 0.0mm total00:46 25.3C - 23.9C 1014.8hPaCalm -93%-/ 0.0mm total01:01 25.3C - 23.9C 1014.4hPaCalm -93%-/ 0.0mm total01:16 25.1C - 23.9C 1014.4hPaCalm -93%-/ 0.0mm total01:31 24.9C - 23.9C 1014.1hPaCalm -92%-/ 0.0mm total01:46 24.8C - 23.9C 1014.1hPaCalm -93%-/ 0.0mm total02:01 24.7C - 23.3C 1014.1hPaCalm -93%-/ 0.0mm total02:16 24.7C - 23.3C 1014.1hPaCalm -93%-/ 0.0mm total02:31 24.9C - 23.9C 1014.1hPaCalm -93%-/ 0.0mm total02:46 24.9C - 23.9C 1013.8hPaCalm -93%-/ 0.0mm total03:01 24.9C - 23.9C 1014.1hPaCalm -93%-/ 0.0mm total03:16 24.9C - 23.9C 1013.8hPaCalm -93%-/ 0.0mm total03:31 24.9C - 23.9C 1013.8hPaCalm -94%-/ 0.0mm total03:46 24.8C - 23.9C 1013.8hPaCalm -94%-/ 0.0mm total04:01 24.9C - 23.9C 1013.8hPaCalm -94%-/ 0.0mm total04:16 25.1C - 24.4C 1013.8hPaCalm -95%-/ 0.0mm total04:31 25.0C - 23.9C 1013.8hPaCalm -94%-/ 0.0mm total04:46 25.0C - 24.4C 1013.8hPaCalm -95%-/ 0.0mm total05:01 25.2C - 24.4C 1013.8hPaCalm -95%-/ 0.0mm total05:16 25.2C - 24.4C 1013.8hPaCalm -94%-/ 0.0mm total05:31 25.3C - 24.4C 1014.1hPaCalm -94%-/ 0.0mm total05:46 25.2C - 24.4C 1014.1hPaCalm -94%-/ 0.0mm total06:01 25.1C - 23.9C 1014.1hPaCalm -94%-/ 0.0mm total06:16 25.1C - 22.8C 1014.4hPaCalm -86%-/ 0.0mm total06:31 25.2C - 22.8C 1014.4hPaCalm -86%-/ 0.0mm total06:46 25.3C - 22.8C 1014.8hPaCalm -87%-/ 0.0mm total07:01 25.0C - 22.8C 1014.8hPaCalm -88%-/ 0.0mm total07:17 24.7C - 22.8C 1014.8hPaCalm -89%-/ 0.0mm total07:31 24.8C - 22.8C 1015.1hPaCalm -89%-/ 0.0mm total07:46 25.1C - 23.3C 1015.1hPaCalm -90%-/ 0.0mm total08:02 25.3C - 23.3C 1015.1hPaCalm -90%-/ 0.0mm total08:16 25.9C - 23.9C 1015.1hPaCalm -88%-/ 0.0mm total08:31 27.3C 30.6C 23.9C 1015.1hPaCalm -81%-/ 0.0mm total08:47 28.2C 32.5C 24.4C 1015.1hPaSouth 1.6km/h -79%-/ 0.0mm total09:01 28.2C 32.0C 23.9C 1015.5hPaCalm -78%-/ 0.0mm total09:16 28.7C 34.0C 25.0C 1015.5hPaCalm -79%-/ 0.0mm total09:32 29.2C 34.8C 25.0C 1015.5hPaSSW 1.6km/h -79%-/ 0.0mm total09:46 29.7C 36.3C 25.6C 1015.5hPaCalm -77%-/ 0.0mm total10:01 29.9C 36.0C 25.0C 1015.8hPaSE 4.8km/h -75%-/ 0.0mm total10:16 29.6C 35.3C 25.0C 1015.8hPaSW 3.2km/h -77%-/ 0.0mm total10:31 29.4C 35.3C 25.0C 1015.8hPaCalm -78%-/ 0.0mm total10:47 29.3C 35.1C 25.0C 1015.8hPaSSW 4.8km/h -78%-/ 0.0mm total11:01 30.1C 36.3C 25.0C 1015.8hPaCalm -73%-/ 0.0mm total11:16 30.6C 37.0C 25.0C 1015.8hPaSW 1.6km/h -71%-/ 0.0mm total11:32 31.0C 37.0C 24.4C 1015.8hPaCalm -69%-/ 0.0mm total11:47 31.1C 38.5C 25.6C 1015.8hPaSouth 1.6km/h -71%-/ 0.0mm total12:01 31.1C 37.0C 24.4C 1015.8hPaCalm -68%-/ 0.0mm total12:17 31.2C 37.9C 25.0C 1015.8hPaWest 1.6km/h -70%-/ 0.0mm total12:31 31.7C 37.2C 23.9C 1015.8hPaCalm -64%-/ 0.0mm total12:46 31.5C 37.7C 24.4C 1015.8hPaCalm -66%-/ 0.0mm total13:02 31.7C 38.8C 25.0C 1015.5hPaCalm -67%-/ 0.0mm total13:16 31.1C 37.1C 24.4C 1015.5hPaWSW 4.8km/h -68%-/ 0.0mm total13:31 30.9C 36.9C 24.4C 1015.5hPaCalm -68%-/ 0.0mm total13:47 31.4C 36.9C 23.9C 1015.5hPaCalm -64%-/ 0.0mm total14:01 31.7C 37.8C 24.4C 1015.1hPaWNW 6.4km/h -65%-/ 0.0mm total14:16 32.1C 39.3C 25.0C 1015.1hPaSSE 1.6km/h -65%-/ 0.0mm total14:32 32.3C 38.1C 23.9C 1015.1hPaWSW 6.4km/h -61%-/ 0.0mm total14:46 31.9C 37.4C 23.9C 1014.8hPaCalm -62%-/ 0.0mm total15:01 31.9C 38.2C 24.4C 1014.8hPaWest 11.3km/h -64%-/ 0.0mm total15:17 31.8C 37.5C 23.9C 1014.8hPaWNW 3.2km/h -63%-/ 0.0mm total15:31 31.5C 36.5C 23.3C 1014.4hPaWest 3.2km/h -63%-/ 0.0mm total15:47 31.1C 35.9C 23.3C 1014.4hPaWest 8.0km/h -64%-/ 0.0mm total16:02 31.3C 36.7C 23.9C 1014.1hPaWest 6.4km/h -64%-/ 0.0mm totalTimeTemp.Heat IndexDew PointPressureWindWind SpeedWind GustHumidityRainfall Rate (Hourly)Solar Radiation00:02 25.4C - 23.1C 1014.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h87% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0 watts/m^200:07 25.4C - 23.1C 1014.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h87% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0 watts/m^200:12 25.3C - 23.0C 1013.8hPaCalm 0.0km/h87% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0 watts/m^200:17 25.3C - 23.2C 1013.8hPaCalm 0.0km/h88% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0 watts/m^200:22 25.3C - 23.2C 1013.8hPaCalm 0.0km/h88% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0 watts/m^200:27 25.2C - 23.1C 1013.8hPaCalm 0.0km/h88% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0 watts/m^200:32 25.2C - 23.1C 1013.8hPaCalm 0.0km/h88% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0 watts/m^200:42 25.2C - 23.1C 1013.8hPaCalm 0.0km/h88% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0 watts/m^200:47 25.1C - 23.0C 1013.8hPaCalm 0.0km/h88% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0 watts/m^200:57 25.0C - 22.9C 1013.8hPaCalm 0.0km/h88% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0 watts/m^201:02 25.0C - 22.9C 1013.8hPaCalm 0.0km/h88% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0 watts/m^201:07 25.0C - 22.9C 1013.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h88% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0 watts/m^201:17 24.9C - 22.9C 1013.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h89% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0 watts/m^201:27 25.0C - 23.1C 1013.4hPaSW 1.6km/h 1.6km/h89% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0 watts/m^201:32 25.0C - 23.1C 1013.4hPaSSW 1.6km/h 1.6km/h89% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0 watts/m^201:37 25.1C - 23.3C 1013.4hPaSSW 1.6km/h 1.6km/h90% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0 watts/m^201:42 25.1C - 23.3C 1013.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h90% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0 watts/m^201:52 25.1C - 23.3C 1013.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h90% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0 watts/m^202:02 25.1C - 23.3C 1013.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h90% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0 watts/m^202:12 25.1C - 23.3C 1013.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h90% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0 watts/m^202:22 25.1C - 23.3C 1013.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h90% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0 watts/m^202:32 25.1C - 23.6C 1013.1hPaSSW 1.6km/h 1.6km/h91% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0 watts/m^202:42 25.2C - 23.7C 1013.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h91% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0 watts/m^202:52 25.2C - 23.7C 1013.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h91% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0 watts/m^203:02 25.1C - 23.6C 1013.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h91% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0 watts/m^203:12 25.1C - 23.6C 1013.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h91% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0 watts/m^203:22 25.1C - 23.6C 1013.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h91% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0 watts/m^203:32 25.2C - 23.7C 1013.1hPaSSE 1.6km/h 3.2km/h91% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0 watts/m^203:42 25.2C - 23.7C 1013.1hPaSSE 1.6km/h 1.6km/h91% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0 watts/m^203:52 25.3C - 23.9C 1013.1hPaESE 3.2km/h 3.2km/h92% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0 watts/m^204:02 25.4C - 24.0C 1012.8hPaESE 1.6km/h 1.6km/h92% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0 watts/m^204:07 25.4C - 24.0C 1012.8hPaESE 1.6km/h 1.6km/h92% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0 watts/m^204:17 25.4C - 24.0C 1012.8hPaESE 1.6km/h 4.8km/h92% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0 watts/m^204:27 25.4C - 24.0C 1012.8hPaESE 1.6km/h 1.6km/h92% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0 watts/m^204:32 25.4C - 24.0C 1013.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h92% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0 watts/m^204:37 25.4C - 24.0C 1013.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h92% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0 watts/m^204:42 25.3C - 23.9C 1013.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h92% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0 watts/m^204:52 25.2C - 23.8C 1013.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h92% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0 watts/m^204:57 25.2C - 23.8C 1013.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h92% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0 watts/m^205:07 25.1C - 23.7C 1013.1hPaCalm 1.6km/h92% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0 watts/m^205:12 25.1C - 23.7C 1013.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h92% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0 watts/m^205:22 25.0C - 23.6C 1013.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h92% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0 watts/m^205:32 25.0C - 23.6C 1013.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h92% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0 watts/m^205:37 25.0C - 23.6C 1013.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h92% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0 watts/m^205:42 25.0C - 23.8C 1013.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h93% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0 watts/m^205:52 25.0C - 23.8C 1013.1hPaCalm 1.6km/h93% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0 watts/m^206:02 25.0C - 23.8C 1013.1hPaESE 1.6km/h 1.6km/h93% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0 watts/m^206:07 25.0C - 23.8C 1013.4hPaESE 1.6km/h 1.6km/h93% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0 watts/m^206:17 25.1C - 23.9C 1013.4hPaSSE 3.2km/h 3.2km/h93% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0 watts/m^206:27 24.8C - 23.4C 1013.4hPaSSE 3.2km/h 3.2km/h92% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0 watts/m^206:37 24.4C - 23.1C 1013.8hPaSSE 3.2km/h 8.0km/h92% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0 watts/m^206:47 24.3C - 22.9C 1013.8hPaSSE 1.6km/h 3.2km/h92% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0 watts/m^206:57 24.3C - 22.9C 1013.8hPaCalm 1.6km/h92% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0 watts/m^207:07 24.3C - 22.8C 1014.1hPaCalm 1.6km/h91% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total0 watts/m^207:17 24.3C - 22.8C 1014.1hPaSSE 3.2km/h 3.2km/h91% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total11 watts/m^207:22 24.4C - 22.9C 1014.1hPaSSE 3.2km/h 3.2km/h91% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total12 watts/m^207:32 24.5C - 22.9C 1014.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h91% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total19 watts/m^207:42 24.7C - 23.2C 1014.1hPaEast 1.6km/h 3.2km/h91% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total12 watts/m^207:47 24.9C - 23.5C 1014.4hPaSE 4.8km/h 11.3km/h92% 19.8mm/ 0.8mm total16 watts/m^207:57 24.7C - 23.2C 1014.4hPaNE 4.8km/h 8.0km/h91% 3.8mm/ 5.1mm total33 watts/m^208:07 24.7C - 23.3C 1014.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h92% 1.3mm/ 5.1mm total148 watts/m^208:17 25.0C - 23.8C 1014.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h93% 0.0mm/ 5.1mm total230 watts/m^208:27 25.5C - 24.4C 1014.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h94% 0.0mm/ 5.1mm total264 watts/m^208:37 25.8C - 24.3C 1014.4hPaCalm 1.6km/h91% 0.0mm/ 5.1mm total282 watts/m^208:42 26.0C - 24.2C 1014.4hPaSE 1.6km/h 4.8km/h90% 0.0mm/ 5.1mm total294 watts/m^208:47 26.2C - 24.1C 1014.4hPaSE 3.2km/h 4.8km/h88% 0.0mm/ 5.1mm total315 watts/m^208:57 26.7C 29.7C 24.4C 1014.4hPaSE 1.6km/h 3.2km/h87% 0.0mm/ 5.1mm total347 watts/m^209:02 26.9C 30.3C 24.6C 1014.4hPaESE 1.6km/h 1.6km/h87% 0.0mm/ 5.1mm total373 watts/m^209:12 27.2C 30.6C 24.4C 1014.4hPaESE 1.6km/h 1.6km/h85% 0.0mm/ 5.1mm total405 watts/m^209:22 27.6C 31.7C 24.8C 1014.4hPaESE 1.6km/h 3.2km/h85% 0.0mm/ 5.1mm total447 watts/m^209:32 28.1C 33.0C 25.2C 1014.8hPaESE 1.6km/h 1.6km/h84% 0.0mm/ 5.1mm total480 watts/m^209:37 28.4C 33.8C 25.3C 1014.8hPaSE 1.6km/h 1.6km/h83% 0.0mm/ 5.1mm total500 watts/m^209:47 28.7C 34.2C 25.3C 1014.8hPaSSE 4.8km/h 4.8km/h82% 0.0mm/ 5.1mm total537 watts/m^209:57 29.1C 35.3C 25.7C 1014.8hPaSE 3.2km/h 4.8km/h82% 0.0mm/ 5.1mm total567 watts/m^210:07 29.2C 34.8C 24.9C 1014.8hPaSSE 3.2km/h 3.2km/h78% 0.0mm/ 5.1mm total669 watts/m^210:12 29.6C 36.0C 25.4C 1014.8hPaSSE 1.6km/h 1.6km/h78% 0.0mm/ 5.1mm total681 watts/m^210:22 29.3C 34.8C 24.8C 1014.8hPaSSW 1.6km/h 1.6km/h77% 0.0mm/ 5.1mm total128 watts/m^210:27 29.1C 34.7C 25.1C 1015.1hPaSSW 1.6km/h 1.6km/h79% 0.0mm/ 5.1mm total165 watts/m^210:37 29.4C 35.1C 24.9C 1014.8hPaSouth 3.2km/h 8.0km/h77% 0.0mm/ 5.1mm total294 watts/m^210:47 29.9C 35.9C 24.8C 1014.8hPaWSW 6.4km/h 11.3km/h74% 0.0mm/ 5.1mm total343 watts/m^210:57 29.6C 34.8C 24.3C 1014.8hPaSW 4.8km/h 6.4km/h73% 0.0mm/ 5.1mm total139 watts/m^211:02 29.4C 34.5C 24.3C 1014.8hPaSouth 4.8km/h 9.7km/h74% 0.0mm/ 5.1mm total878 watts/m^211:12 30.4C 36.0C 24.3C 1014.8hPaSW 4.8km/h 9.7km/h70% 0.0mm/ 5.1mm total802 watts/m^211:22 30.7C 35.9C 23.8C 1014.8hPaSSW 4.8km/h 16.1km/h67% 0.0mm/ 5.1mm total850 watts/m^211:27 30.7C 35.9C 23.8C 1014.8hPaSSE 4.8km/h 16.1km/h67% 0.0mm/ 5.1mm total913 watts/m^211:37 31.0C 36.7C 24.2C 1014.8hPaSSW 6.4km/h 6.4km/h67% 0.0mm/ 5.1mm total991 watts/m^211:42 30.6C 35.6C 23.7C 1014.8hPaSSW 6.4km/h 9.7km/h67% 0.0mm/ 5.1mm total1010 watts/m^211:52 30.8C 35.4C 23.2C 1014.8hPaSW 6.4km/h 6.4km/h64% 0.0mm/ 5.1mm total294 watts/m^212:02 30.4C 35.0C 23.3C 1014.8hPaWSW 6.4km/h 8.0km/h66% 0.0mm/ 5.1mm total1006 watts/m^212:07 30.7C 35.4C 23.3C 1014.8hPaWSW 6.4km/h 8.0km/h65% 0.0mm/ 5.1mm total199 watts/m^212:17 30.8C 35.1C 22.9C 1014.4hPaSW 6.4km/h 6.4km/h63% 0.0mm/ 5.1mm total999 watts/m^212:27 30.8C 35.4C 23.2C 1014.8hPaSW 8.0km/h 8.0km/h64% 0.0mm/ 5.1mm total1003 watts/m^212:37 31.3C 35.6C 22.6C 1014.8hPaWSW 8.0km/h 11.3km/h60% 0.0mm/ 5.1mm total1035 watts/m^212:47 31.6C 36.3C 23.1C 1014.8hPaSSW 8.0km/h 8.0km/h61% 0.0mm/ 5.1mm total982 watts/m^212:52 31.6C 36.3C 23.1C 1014.8hPaSW 6.4km/h 6.4km/h61% 0.0mm/ 5.1mm total1006 watts/m^213:02 31.4C 36.4C 23.3C 1014.4hPaSSW 6.4km/h 6.4km/h62% 0.0mm/ 5.1mm total1013 watts/m^213:12 31.8C 37.3C 23.7C 1014.4hPaWSW 6.4km/h 11.3km/h62% 0.0mm/ 5.1mm total187 watts/m^213:22 31.8C 37.3C 23.7C 1014.4hPaWSW 8.0km/h 11.3km/h62% 0.0mm/ 5.1mm total992 watts/m^213:27 31.7C 36.9C 23.5C 1014.4hPaSSW 8.0km/h 11.3km/h62% 0.0mm/ 5.1mm total1082 watts/m^213:37 31.6C 36.6C 23.4C 1014.4hPaSW 6.4km/h 9.7km/h62% 0.0mm/ 5.1mm total234 watts/m^213:42 31.2C 36.4C 23.6C 1014.4hPaWest 4.8km/h 9.7km/h64% 0.0mm/ 5.1mm total243 watts/m^213:52 31.3C 36.4C 23.4C 1014.4hPaWSW 4.8km/h 12.9km/h63% 0.0mm/ 5.1mm total199 watts/m^214:02 31.4C 37.5C 24.3C 1014.1hPaWSW 4.8km/h 6.4km/h66% 0.0mm/ 5.1mm total262 watts/m^214:12 31.3C 36.1C 23.2C 1014.1hPaSW 6.4km/h 12.9km/h62% 0.0mm/ 5.1mm total238 watts/m^214:17 31.0C 35.4C 22.9C 1014.1hPaSW 6.4km/h 12.9km/h62% 0.0mm/ 5.1mm total171 watts/m^214:27 32.1C 38.5C 24.4C 1014.1hPaWest 6.4km/h 9.7km/h64% 0.0mm/ 5.1mm total940 watts/m^214:37 32.3C 37.4C 23.2C 1013.8hPaSW 6.4km/h 9.7km/h59% 0.0mm/ 5.1mm total894 watts/m^214:47 32.2C 37.8C 23.7C 1013.8hPaSW 8.0km/h 9.7km/h61% 0.0mm/ 5.1mm total869 watts/m^214:52 31.9C 36.6C 22.9C 1013.4hPaWNW 6.4km/h 8.0km/h59% 0.0mm/ 5.1mm total864 watts/m^215:02 31.8C 35.8C 22.3C 1013.4hPaSSW 8.0km/h 8.0km/h57% 0.0mm/ 5.1mm total846 watts/m^215:07 32.1C 36.3C 22.4C 1013.4hPaSW 8.0km/h 9.7km/h57% 0.0mm/ 5.1mm total818 watts/m^215:17 32.2C 36.6C 22.6C 1013.4hPaSSW 8.0km/h 8.0km/h57% 0.0mm/ 5.1mm total836 watts/m^215:27 31.8C 36.4C 22.8C 1013.4hPaWSW 8.0km/h 9.7km/h59% 0.0mm/ 5.1mm total811 watts/m^215:32 31.6C 36.1C 22.8C 1013.4hPaSW 8.0km/h 16.1km/h60% 0.0mm/ 5.1mm total832 watts/m^215:42 31.6C 36.3C 23.1C 1013.4hPaWNW 6.4km/h 6.4km/h61% 0.0mm/ 5.1mm total127 watts/m^215:52 31.7C 36.9C 23.5C 1013.1hPaWest 9.7km/h 9.7km/h62% 0.0mm/ 5.1mm total769 watts/m^216:02 31.6C 35.8C 22.6C 1013.1hPaSW 11.3km/h 11.3km/h59% 0.0mm/ 5.1mm total776 watts/m^216:07 31.8C 36.7C 23.1C 1013.1hPaSW 9.7km/h 11.3km/h60% 0.0mm/ 5.1mm total762 watts/m^2TimeTemp.Heat IndexDew PointPressureWindWind SpeedWind GustHumidityRainfall Rate (Hourly)00:08 23.8C - 23.6C 1011.7hPaCalm -99%-/ 0.0mm total00:23 23.7C - 23.6C 1011.7hPaCalm -99%-/ 0.0mm total00:38 23.7C - 23.6C 1011.7hPaCalm -99%-/ 0.0mm total00:54 23.7C - 23.6C 1012.1hPaCalm -99%-/ 0.0mm total01:09 23.5C - 23.3C 1012.1hPaCalm -99%-/ 0.0mm total01:24 23.4C - 23.2C 1012.1hPaCalm -99%-/ 0.0mm total01:39 23.4C - 23.2C 1011.7hPaCalm -99%-/ 0.0mm total01:54 23.3C - 23.1C 1011.7hPaCalm -99%-/ 0.0mm total02:10 23.3C - 23.1C 1011.7hPaCalm -99%-/ 0.0mm total02:25 23.4C - 23.2C 1011.4hPaCalm -99%-/ 0.0mm total02:40 23.2C - 23.1C 1011.4hPaCalm -99%-/ 0.0mm total02:55 23.2C - 23.1C 1011.1hPaCalm -99%-/ 0.0mm total03:10 23.2C - 23.1C 1011.1hPaCalm -99%-/ 0.0mm total03:26 23.2C - 23.1C 1010.7hPaCalm -99%-/ 0.0mm total03:41 23.2C - 23.1C 1010.7hPaCalm -99%-/ 0.0mm total03:56 23.2C - 23.1C 1010.7hPaCalm -99%-/ 0.0mm total04:12 23.2C - 23.1C 1010.7hPaCalm -99%-/ 0.0mm total04:27 23.2C - 23.1C 1010.7hPaCalm -99%-/ 0.0mm total04:43 23.1C - 22.9C 1010.7hPaWNW 2.6km/h -99%-/ 0.0mm total04:58 23.1C - 22.9C 1011.1hPaCalm -99%-/ 0.0mm total05:13 23.0C - 22.8C 1011.1hPaCalm -99%-/ 0.0mm total05:28 23.0C - 22.8C 1011.1hPaCalm -99%-/ 0.0mm total05:43 23.0C - 22.8C 1011.4hPaCalm -99%-/ 0.0mm total05:58 22.9C - 22.7C 1011.1hPaCalm -99%-/ 0.0mm total06:14 23.0C - 22.8C 1011.1hPaCalm -99%-/ 0.0mm total06:29 23.2C - 23.1C 1010.7hPaNNE 2.6km/h -99%-/ 0.0mm total06:44 23.2C - 23.1C 1010.7hPaCalm -99%-/ 0.0mm total06:59 23.1C - 22.9C 1010.7hPaNE 2.6km/h -99%-/ 0.0mm total07:14 23.1C - 22.9C 1011.1hPaCalm -99%-/ 0.3mm total07:30 23.2C - 23.1C 1011.1hPaCalm -99%-/ 0.3mm total07:45 23.6C - 23.4C 1011.4hPaCalm -99%-/ 0.3mm total08:00 24.9C - 24.7C 1011.1hPaWNW 1.8km/h -99%-/ 0.3mm total08:15 26.0C - 25.8C 1011.4hPaCalm -99%-/ 0.3mm total08:30 26.9C 31.3C 26.7C 1011.4hPaCalm -99%-/ 0.3mm total08:46 27.3C 32.7C 27.1C 1011.4hPaCalm -99%-/ 0.3mm total09:01 28.0C 35.4C 27.8C 1011.4hPaCalm -99%-/ 0.3mm total09:16 29.2C 38.1C 27.6C 1011.4hPaCalm -91%-/ 0.3mm total09:31 30.2C 40.9C 28.0C 1011.4hPaESE 2.6km/h -88%-/ 0.3mm total09:46 29.1C 35.5C 25.7C 1011.4hPaCalm -82%-/ 0.3mm total10:02 30.1C 38.0C 26.3C 1011.7hPaSouth 3.5km/h -80%-/ 0.3mm total10:17 29.5C 36.7C 26.1C 1012.1hPaESE 6.9km/h -82%-/ 0.3mm total10:32 30.5C 38.3C 26.0C 1012.4hPaESE 6.1km/h -77%-/ 0.3mm total10:47 30.9C 38.5C 25.7C 1012.4hPaEast 8.2km/h -74%-/ 0.3mm total11:03 31.5C 39.0C 25.3C 1012.8hPaSE 7.6km/h -70%-/ 0.3mm total11:18 33.2C 41.2C 25.4C 1012.8hPaSE 9.3km/h -64%-/ 0.3mm total11:33 32.1C 39.3C 24.9C 1012.4hPaESE 10.1km/h -66%-/ 0.3mm total11:48 33.5C 41.2C 24.9C 1012.8hPaSSE 10.8km/h -61%-/ 0.3mm total12:03 33.8C 41.6C 24.9C 1012.8hPaESE 10.8km/h -60%-/ 0.3mm total12:19 33.5C 39.7C 24.1C 1012.8hPaNE 4.3km/h -58%-/ 0.3mm total12:34 35.3C 43.0C 24.6C 1012.8hPaSE 3.5km/h -54%-/ 0.3mm totalTimeTemp.Heat IndexDew PointPressureWindWind SpeedWind GustHumidityRainfall Rate (Hourly)00:01 23.3C - 7.8C 1014.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h37% 0.0mm/ 10.7mm total00:02 23.2C - 7.7C 1014.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h37% 0.0mm/ 10.7mm total00:03 23.2C - 7.7C 1014.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h37% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total00:08 23.2C - 7.7C 1014.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h37% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total00:09 23.2C - 7.7C 1014.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h37% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total00:14 23.1C - 7.7C 1014.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h37% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total00:19 23.1C - 7.6C 1014.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h37% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total00:24 23.1C - 7.6C 1014.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h37% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total00:29 23.0C - 7.6C 1014.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h37% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total00:34 23.0C - 7.6C 1014.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h37% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total00:40 23.1C - 7.6C 1014.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h37% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total00:45 23.1C - 7.6C 1014.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h37% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total00:50 23.1C - 7.6C 1014.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h37% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total00:55 23.1C - 7.6C 1014.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h37% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total01:00 23.1C - 7.6C 1014.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h37% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total01:05 23.1C - 7.6C 1014.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h37% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total01:10 23.1C - 7.6C 1014.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h37% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total01:15 23.1C - 7.6C 1013.8hPaCalm 0.0km/h37% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total01:20 23.0C - 7.6C 1013.8hPaCalm 0.0km/h37% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total01:25 22.9C - 7.5C 1014.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h37% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total01:30 22.9C - 7.4C 1013.8hPaCalm 0.0km/h37% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total01:35 22.8C - 7.4C 1013.8hPaCalm 0.0km/h37% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total01:40 22.8C - 7.3C 1013.8hPaCalm 0.0km/h37% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total01:45 22.7C - 7.3C 1013.8hPaCalm 0.0km/h37% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total01:50 22.7C - 7.3C 1013.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h37% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total01:55 22.7C - 7.2C 1013.8hPaCalm 0.0km/h37% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total02:00 22.7C - 7.2C 1013.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h37% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total02:05 22.6C - 7.2C 1013.8hPaCalm 0.0km/h37% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total02:10 22.6C - 7.2C 1013.8hPaCalm 0.0km/h37% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total02:15 22.6C - 7.2C 1013.8hPaCalm 0.0km/h37% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total02:20 22.6C - 7.2C 1013.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h37% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total02:25 22.7C - 7.2C 1013.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h37% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total02:30 22.6C - 7.2C 1013.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h37% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total02:35 22.6C - 7.2C 1013.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h37% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total02:40 22.5C - 7.1C 1013.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h37% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total02:45 22.4C - 7.1C 1013.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h37% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total02:50 22.4C - 7.0C 1013.8hPaCalm 0.0km/h37% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total02:55 22.4C - 7.0C 1013.8hPaCalm 0.0km/h37% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total03:01 22.4C - 7.0C 1013.8hPaCalm 0.0km/h37% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total03:06 22.3C - 6.9C 1013.8hPaCalm 0.0km/h37% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total03:11 22.3C - 6.9C 1013.8hPaCalm 0.0km/h37% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total03:16 22.3C - 6.9C 1013.8hPaCalm 0.0km/h37% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total03:21 22.2C - 6.8C 1013.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h37% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total03:26 22.2C - 6.8C 1013.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h37% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total03:31 22.2C - 6.8C 1013.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h37% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total03:36 22.2C - 6.8C 1013.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h37% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total03:41 22.2C - 6.8C 1013.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h37% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total03:46 22.1C - 6.8C 1013.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h37% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total03:51 22.1C - 7.1C 1013.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h38% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total03:56 22.1C - 7.1C 1013.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h38% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total04:01 22.1C - 7.1C 1013.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h38% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total04:06 22.1C - 7.1C 1013.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h38% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total04:11 22.1C - 7.1C 1013.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h38% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total04:16 22.1C - 7.1C 1013.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h38% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total04:21 22.1C - 7.1C 1013.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h38% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total04:26 22.1C - 7.1C 1013.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h38% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total04:31 22.1C - 7.1C 1013.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h38% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total04:36 22.1C - 7.1C 1013.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h38% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total04:41 22.1C - 7.1C 1013.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h38% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total04:46 22.1C - 7.1C 1013.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h38% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total04:51 22.0C - 7.1C 1013.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h38% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total04:56 22.0C - 7.1C 1013.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h38% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total05:01 21.9C - 7.0C 1013.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h38% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total05:06 21.9C - 7.0C 1013.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h38% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total05:11 21.9C - 7.0C 1013.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h38% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total05:16 22.0C - 7.1C 1013.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h38% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total05:22 22.1C - 7.1C 1013.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h38% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total05:27 22.1C - 7.1C 1013.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h38% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total05:32 22.0C - 7.1C 1013.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h38% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total05:37 22.0C - 7.1C 1013.8hPaCalm 0.0km/h38% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total05:42 21.9C - 7.0C 1013.8hPaCalm 0.0km/h38% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total05:47 21.9C - 7.0C 1013.8hPaCalm 0.0km/h38% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total05:52 21.9C - 7.0C 1013.8hPaCalm 0.0km/h38% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total05:57 21.9C - 6.9C 1013.8hPaCalm 0.0km/h38% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total06:02 21.8C - 6.9C 1013.8hPaCalm 0.0km/h38% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total06:07 21.9C - 6.9C 1013.8hPaCalm 0.0km/h38% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total06:12 21.8C - 6.9C 1013.8hPaCalm 0.0km/h38% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total06:17 21.8C - 6.9C 1013.8hPaCalm 0.0km/h38% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total06:22 21.8C - 6.9C 1014.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h38% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total06:27 21.8C - 6.9C 1014.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h38% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total06:32 21.8C - 6.9C 1014.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h38% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total06:37 21.9C - 6.9C 1014.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h38% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total06:42 21.9C - 6.9C 1014.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h38% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total06:47 21.8C - 6.9C 1014.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h38% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total06:52 21.9C - 6.9C 1014.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h38% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total06:57 21.9C - 7.0C 1014.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h38% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total07:02 21.9C - 6.9C 1014.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h38% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total07:07 21.9C - 7.0C 1014.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h38% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total07:12 22.0C - 7.1C 1014.4hPaCalm 0.0km/h38% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total07:17 22.0C - 7.1C 1014.8hPaCalm 0.0km/h38% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total07:22 22.1C - 7.1C 1014.8hPaCalm 0.0km/h38% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total07:27 22.1C - 7.1C 1014.8hPaCalm 0.0km/h38% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total07:32 22.1C - 7.1C 1014.8hPaCalm 0.0km/h38% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total07:37 22.1C - 7.1C 1014.8hPaCalm 0.0km/h38% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total07:42 22.2C - 7.2C 1015.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h38% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total07:48 22.2C - 7.2C 1014.8hPaCalm 0.0km/h38% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total07:53 22.3C - 7.3C 1014.8hPaCalm 0.0km/h38% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total07:58 22.3C - 7.3C 1015.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h38% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total08:03 22.4C - 7.4C 1015.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h38% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total08:08 22.4C - 7.4C 1015.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h38% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total08:13 22.5C - 7.5C 1015.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h38% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total08:18 22.6C - 7.6C 1015.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h38% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total08:23 22.6C - 7.6C 1015.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h38% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total08:28 22.7C - 7.7C 1015.1hPaCalm 1.6km/h38% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total08:33 22.8C - 7.8C 1015.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h38% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total08:38 22.9C - 7.8C 1015.1hPaCalm 3.2km/h38% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total08:43 22.9C - 7.9C 1015.1hPaCalm 3.2km/h38% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total08:48 23.1C - 8.0C 1015.1hPaCalm 3.2km/h38% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total08:53 23.2C - 8.1C 1015.1hPaCalm 3.2km/h38% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total08:58 23.3C - 8.2C 1015.1hPaCalm 3.2km/h38% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total09:03 23.4C - 8.3C 1015.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h38% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total09:08 23.6C - 8.4C 1015.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h38% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total09:13 23.8C - 8.6C 1015.5hPaCalm 0.0km/h38% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total09:18 23.9C - 8.7C 1015.5hPaCalm 0.0km/h38% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total09:23 24.0C - 8.8C 1015.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h38% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total09:28 24.1C - 8.9C 1015.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h38% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total09:33 24.3C - 8.7C 1015.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h37% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total09:38 24.5C - 8.9C 1015.5hPaCalm 0.0km/h37% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total09:43 24.7C - 9.0C 1015.5hPaCalm 0.0km/h37% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total09:48 24.9C - 8.8C 1015.5hPaCalm 3.2km/h36% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total09:53 25.2C - 8.6C 1015.5hPaCalm 3.2km/h35% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total09:58 25.4C - 8.8C 1015.5hPaCalm 3.2km/h35% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total10:03 25.6C - 8.6C 1015.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h34% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total10:08 25.8C - 8.7C 1015.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h34% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total10:14 25.9C - 8.4C 1015.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h33% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total10:19 26.1C - 8.6C 1015.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h33% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total10:24 26.4C - 9.3C 1015.1hPaCalm 1.6km/h34% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total10:29 26.8C - 10.1C 1015.5hPaCalm 1.6km/h35% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total10:34 27.2C - 10.8C 1015.5hPaCalm 0.0km/h36% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total10:39 27.4C 27.1C 11.9C 1015.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h38% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total10:44 27.7C 27.4C 12.5C 1015.1hPaCalm 1.6km/h39% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total10:49 27.9C 27.6C 13.1C 1015.1hPaCalm 1.6km/h40% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total10:54 28.0C 27.9C 14.3C 1015.1hPaCalm 9.7km/h43% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total10:59 28.1C 28.0C 14.7C 1015.1hPaCalm 9.7km/h44% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total11:04 28.2C 28.0C 14.4C 1015.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h43% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total11:09 28.3C 28.3C 14.9C 1015.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h44% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total11:14 28.4C 28.5C 15.4C 1015.1hPaCalm 4.8km/h45% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total11:19 28.7C 29.0C 16.3C 1015.1hPaCalm 4.8km/h47% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total11:24 29.0C 29.3C 16.6C 1015.1hPaCalm 4.8km/h47% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total11:29 29.1C 29.8C 17.7C 1015.1hPaCalm 4.8km/h50% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total11:34 29.4C 30.3C 18.2C 1015.1hPaCalm 0.0km/h51% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total11:39 29.7C 31.0C 19.1C 1015.5hPaCalm 0.0km/h53% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total11:44 29.9C 31.4C 19.3C 1015.5hPaCalm 0.0km/h53% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total11:49 30.3C 32.4C 20.2C 1015.5hPaCalm 0.0km/h55% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total11:54 30.4C 32.4C 20.1C 1015.5hPaCalm 0.0km/h54% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total11:59 30.6C 33.0C 20.6C 1015.5hPaCalm 8.0km/h55% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total12:04 30.9C 33.8C 21.2C 1015.1hPaCalm 4.8km/h56% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total12:09 31.0C 34.4C 21.8C 1015.1hPaCalm 6.4km/h58% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total12:14 31.1C 34.5C 21.8C 1015.1hPaCalm 6.4km/h58% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total12:19 31.2C 34.3C 21.4C 1015.1hPaCalm 6.4km/h56% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total12:24 31.3C 34.7C 21.8C 1015.1hPaNW 4.8km/h 6.4km/h57% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total12:29 31.4C 35.3C 22.2C 1015.1hPaCalm 6.4km/h58% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total12:35 31.3C 34.9C 22.1C 1015.1hPaCalm 8.0km/h58% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total12:40 31.1C 34.5C 21.8C 1015.1hPaCalm 8.0km/h58% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total12:45 31.3C 35.2C 22.3C 1015.1hPaCalm 8.0km/h59% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total12:50 31.6C 35.9C 22.6C 1014.8hPaCalm 8.0km/h59% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total12:55 32.0C 37.1C 23.3C 1014.8hPaCalm 8.0km/h60% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total13:00 32.4C 37.7C 23.3C 1014.8hPaCalm 8.0km/h59% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total13:05 32.5C 37.9C 23.4C 1014.8hPaCalm 0.0km/h59% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total13:10 32.4C 38.1C 23.7C 1014.8hPaCalm 4.8km/h60% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total13:15 32.6C 38.2C 23.6C 1014.8hPaCalm 4.8km/h59% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total13:20 32.3C 37.7C 23.5C 1014.8hPaCalm 4.8km/h60% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total13:25 32.3C 37.7C 23.5C 1014.8hPaCalm 4.8km/h60% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total13:30 32.4C 38.0C 23.6C 1014.4hPaCalm 4.8km/h60% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total13:35 32.6C 38.4C 23.8C 1014.8hPaSW 1.6km/h 1.6km/h60% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total13:40 32.6C 38.5C 23.8C 1014.4hPaCalm 1.6km/h60% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total13:45 32.8C 39.0C 24.0C 1014.4hPaCalm 8.0km/h60% 0.3mm/ 0.3mm total13:50 32.7C 38.7C 23.9C 1014.4hPaCalm 8.0km/h60% 0.3mm/ 0.3mm total13:55 32.7C 38.8C 23.9C 1014.4hPaCalm 8.0km/h60% 0.3mm/ 0.3mm total14:00 32.8C 39.0C 24.0C 1014.1hPaCalm 8.0km/h60% 0.3mm/ 0.3mm total14:05 32.8C 39.1C 24.1C 1014.1hPaSSW 1.6km/h 11.3km/h60% 0.3mm/ 0.3mm total14:10 32.9C 39.4C 24.2C 1014.1hPaCalm 11.3km/h60% 0.3mm/ 0.3mm total14:15 33.2C 40.1C 24.4C 1013.8hPaCalm 11.3km/h60% 0.3mm/ 0.3mm total14:20 33.7C 41.0C 24.6C 1013.8hPaCalm 11.3km/h59% 0.3mm/ 0.3mm total14:25 33.9C 41.1C 24.5C 1013.8hPaCalm 11.3km/h58% 0.3mm/ 0.3mm total14:30 34.1C 41.1C 24.3C 1013.8hPaCalm 11.3km/h57% 0.3mm/ 0.3mm total14:35 33.8C 41.2C 24.7C 1013.8hPaCalm 1.6km/h59% 0.3mm/ 0.3mm total14:40 33.8C 41.3C 24.7C 1013.8hPaCalm 1.6km/h59% 0.3mm/ 0.3mm total14:45 34.0C 41.4C 24.6C 1013.8hPaCalm 1.6km/h58% 0.3mm/ 0.3mm total14:50 33.9C 41.1C 24.5C 1013.4hPaCalm 1.6km/h58% 0.3mm/ 0.3mm total14:55 33.8C 41.3C 24.7C 1013.4hPaCalm 1.6km/h59% 0.3mm/ 0.3mm total15:01 33.9C 41.1C 24.5C 1013.4hPaCalm 1.6km/h58% 0.3mm/ 0.3mm total15:06 34.2C 41.4C 24.4C 1013.1hPaCalm 3.2km/h57% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total15:11 34.4C 42.5C 25.0C 1013.1hPaCalm 3.2km/h58% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total15:16 34.6C 43.0C 25.2C 1013.1hPaCalm 3.2km/h58% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total15:21 34.4C 41.7C 24.4C 1013.1hPaCalm 3.2km/h56% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total15:26 34.4C 40.9C 23.8C 1013.1hPaCalm 3.2km/h54% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total15:31 34.6C 41.6C 24.2C 1012.8hPaCalm 3.2km/h55% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total15:36 34.7C 42.3C 24.6C 1012.8hPaCalm 1.6km/h56% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total15:41 34.8C 43.2C 25.1C 1012.8hPaCalm 1.6km/h57% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total15:46 34.9C 42.9C 24.8C 1012.8hPaCalm 4.8km/h56% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total15:51 34.8C 43.5C 25.3C 1012.4hPaCalm 9.7km/h58% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total15:56 34.7C 42.3C 24.6C 1012.8hPaCalm 9.7km/h56% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total16:01 34.7C 42.9C 24.9C 1012.8hPaCalm 9.7km/h57% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total16:06 34.4C 42.5C 25.0C 1012.4hPaCalm 1.6km/h58% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm totalTimeTemp.Heat IndexDew PointPressureWindWind SpeedWind GustHumidityRainfall Rate (Hourly)00:00 25.4C - 23.9C 999.9hPaCalm 0.0km/h91% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total00:01 25.5C - 23.9C 999.9hPaCalm 0.0km/h91% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total00:06 25.4C - 23.9C 999.9hPaCalm 0.0km/h91% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total00:11 25.5C - 23.9C 999.5hPaCalm 0.0km/h91% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total00:16 25.5C - 23.9C 999.5hPaCalm 0.0km/h91% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total00:21 25.4C - 23.9C 999.5hPaCalm 0.0km/h91% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total00:26 25.4C - 23.9C 999.5hPaCalm 0.0km/h91% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total00:31 25.4C - 23.9C 999.5hPaCalm 0.0km/h91% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total00:36 25.5C - 23.9C 999.5hPaCalm 0.0km/h91% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total00:41 25.4C - 23.9C 999.5hPaCalm 0.0km/h91% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total00:46 25.4C - 23.9C 999.2hPaCalm 0.0km/h91% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total00:51 25.5C - 23.9C 999.2hPaCalm 0.0km/h91% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total00:56 25.4C - 23.8C 999.2hPaCalm 0.0km/h91% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total01:01 25.4C - 23.9C 999.2hPaCalm 0.0km/h91% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total01:06 25.4C - 23.8C 999.2hPaCalm 0.0km/h91% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total01:11 25.4C - 23.8C 999.2hPaCalm 0.0km/h91% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total01:16 25.3C - 23.7C 999.2hPaCalm 0.0km/h91% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total01:21 25.2C - 23.7C 999.2hPaCalm 0.0km/h91% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total01:26 25.2C - 23.7C 999.2hPaCalm 0.0km/h91% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total01:31 25.1C - 23.6C 999.2hPaCalm 0.0km/h91% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total01:36 25.1C - 23.6C 998.9hPaCalm 0.0km/h91% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total01:41 25.1C - 23.6C 998.9hPaCalm 0.0km/h92% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total01:46 25.1C - 23.7C 998.9hPaCalm 0.0km/h92% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total01:51 25.1C - 23.6C 998.9hPaCalm 0.0km/h92% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total01:56 25.1C - 23.6C 998.9hPaCalm 0.0km/h92% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total02:01 25.1C - 23.6C 998.9hPaCalm 0.0km/h92% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total02:06 25.1C - 23.6C 998.9hPaCalm 0.0km/h91% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total02:11 25.2C - 23.7C 998.9hPaCalm 0.0km/h92% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total02:16 25.1C - 23.6C 998.9hPaCalm 0.0km/h92% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total02:21 25.1C - 23.6C 998.5hPaCalm 0.0km/h92% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total02:26 25.1C - 23.6C 998.5hPaCalm 0.0km/h91% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total02:31 25.0C - 23.5C 998.5hPaCalm 0.0km/h92% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total02:36 25.0C - 23.5C 998.5hPaCalm 0.0km/h92% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total02:41 25.1C - 23.6C 998.9hPaCalm 0.0km/h92% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total02:46 25.0C - 23.5C 998.9hPaCalm 0.0km/h91% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total02:51 25.1C - 23.6C 998.9hPaCalm 0.0km/h92% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total02:56 25.0C - 23.5C 998.9hPaCalm 0.0km/h92% 0.0mm/ 0.0mm total03:01 25.1C - 23.6C 998.9hPaCalm 0.0km/h91% 0.3mm/ 0.3mm total03:06 24.9C - 23.4C 998.9hPaCalm 0.0km/h91% 0.3mm/ 0.3mm total03:11 25.0C - 23.5C 998.5hPaCalm 0.0km/h92% 0.3mm/ 0.3mm total03:16 25.0C - 23.5C 998.9hPaCalm 0.0km/h92% 0.3mm/ 0.3mm total03:21 25.1C - 23.6C 998.9hPaCalm 0.0km/h92% 0.3mm/ 0.3mm total03:26 24.9C - 23.4C 998.9hPaCalm 0.0km/h92% 0.3mm/ 0.3mm total03:31 25.1C - 23.6C 998.5hPaCalm 0.0km/h92% 0.3mm/ 0.3mm total03:36 25.1C - 23.6C 998.5hPaCalm 0.0km/h92% 0.3mm/ 0.3mm total03:41 25.1C - 23.6C 998.9hPaCalm 0.0km/h92% 0.3mm/ 0.3mm total03:46 24.9C - 23.5C 998.5hPaCalm 0.0km/h92% 0.3mm/ 0.3mm total03:51 25.0C - 23.6C 998.5hPaCalm 0.0km/h92% 0.3mm/ 0.3mm total03:56 24.9C - 23.5C 998.5hPaCalm 0.0km/h92% 0.3mm/ 0.3mm total04:01 24.9C - 23.4C 998.9hPaCalm 0.0km/h92% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total04:06 24.8C - 23.4C 998.9hPaCalm 0.0km/h92% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total04:11 24.8C - 23.4C 998.5hPaCalm 0.0km/h92% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total04:16 24.8C - 23.4C 998.5hPaCalm 0.0km/h92% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total04:21 24.8C - 23.4C 998.5hPaCalm 0.0km/h92% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total04:26 24.7C - 23.2C 998.5hPaCalm 0.0km/h92% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total04:31 24.9C - 23.4C 998.5hPaCalm 0.0km/h92% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total04:36 24.8C - 23.3C 998.5hPaCalm 0.0km/h92% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total04:41 24.7C - 23.2C 998.5hPaCalm 0.0km/h92% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total04:46 24.8C - 23.4C 998.5hPaCalm 0.0km/h92% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total04:51 24.7C - 23.3C 998.5hPaCalm 0.0km/h92% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total04:56 24.6C - 23.2C 998.5hPaCalm 0.0km/h92% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total05:01 24.8C - 23.4C 998.5hPaCalm 0.0km/h92% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total05:06 24.7C - 23.3C 998.5hPaCalm 0.0km/h92% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total05:11 24.8C - 23.4C 998.5hPaCalm 0.0km/h92% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total05:16 24.8C - 23.4C 998.5hPaCalm 0.0km/h92% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total05:21 24.7C - 23.2C 998.5hPaCalm 0.0km/h92% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total05:26 24.7C - 23.3C 998.5hPaCalm 0.0km/h92% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total05:31 24.7C - 23.2C 998.5hPaCalm 0.0km/h92% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total05:35 24.6C - 23.2C 998.5hPaCalm 0.0km/h92% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total05:40 24.7C - 23.2C 998.9hPaCalm 0.0km/h92% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total05:45 24.6C - 23.2C 998.9hPaCalm 0.0km/h92% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total05:50 24.6C - 23.2C 998.9hPaCalm 0.0km/h92% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total05:55 24.6C - 23.2C 998.9hPaCalm 0.0km/h92% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total06:00 24.4C - 23.1C 998.9hPaCalm 0.0km/h92% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total06:05 24.5C - 23.1C 998.9hPaCalm 0.0km/h92% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total06:10 24.5C - 23.1C 998.9hPaCalm 0.0km/h92% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total06:15 24.3C - 22.9C 998.9hPaCalm 0.0km/h92% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total06:20 24.4C - 23.1C 998.9hPaCalm 0.0km/h92% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total06:25 24.3C - 23.0C 999.2hPaCalm 0.0km/h92% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total06:30 24.4C - 23.1C 999.2hPaCalm 0.0km/h92% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total06:35 24.4C - 23.1C 999.2hPaCalm 0.0km/h92% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total06:40 24.3C - 23.0C 999.2hPaCalm 0.0km/h92% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total06:45 24.3C - 22.9C 999.2hPaCalm 0.0km/h92% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total06:50 24.2C - 22.9C 999.5hPaCalm 0.0km/h92% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total06:55 24.2C - 22.9C 999.5hPaCalm 0.0km/h92% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total07:00 24.3C - 22.9C 999.5hPaCalm 0.0km/h92% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total07:05 24.3C - 22.9C 999.2hPaCalm 0.0km/h92% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total07:10 24.3C - 22.9C 999.5hPaCalm 0.0km/h92% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total07:15 24.4C - 23.1C 999.5hPaCalm 0.0km/h92% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total07:20 24.3C - 23.1C 999.5hPaCalm 0.0km/h92% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total07:25 24.4C - 23.1C 999.5hPaCalm 0.0km/h92% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total07:30 24.4C - 23.1C 999.9hPaCalm 0.0km/h92% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total07:35 24.4C - 23.1C 999.9hPaCalm 0.0km/h92% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total07:40 24.4C - 23.2C 999.9hPaCalm 0.0km/h92% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total07:45 24.4C - 23.2C 999.9hPaCalm 0.0km/h92% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total07:50 24.4C - 23.1C 999.9hPaCalm 0.0km/h92% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total07:55 24.5C - 23.2C 1000.2hPaCalm 0.0km/h93% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total08:00 24.5C - 23.2C 999.9hPaCalm 0.0km/h93% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total08:05 24.5C - 23.2C 999.9hPaCalm 0.0km/h93% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total08:10 24.4C - 23.2C 999.9hPaCalm 0.0km/h93% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total08:15 24.6C - 23.4C 999.9hPaCalm 0.0km/h93% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total08:20 24.6C - 23.4C 999.9hPaCalm 0.0km/h93% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total08:25 24.7C - 23.4C 999.9hPaCalm 0.0km/h93% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total08:30 24.8C - 23.6C 1000.2hPaCalm 0.0km/h93% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total08:35 25.0C - 23.7C 999.9hPaCalm 0.0km/h93% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total08:40 25.0C - 23.7C 999.9hPaCalm 0.0km/h93% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total08:45 25.2C - 23.8C 999.9hPaCalm 0.0km/h92% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total08:50 25.3C - 23.9C 1000.2hPaCalm 0.0km/h92% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total08:55 25.6C - 24.1C 1000.2hPaCalm 0.0km/h92% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total09:00 25.7C - 24.2C 1000.2hPaCalm 0.0km/h91% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total09:05 25.8C - 24.3C 1000.2hPaCalm 0.0km/h91% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total09:10 26.0C - 24.4C 1000.2hPaCalm 0.0km/h91% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total09:15 26.2C - 24.6C 1000.2hPaCalm 0.0km/h91% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total09:20 26.3C - 24.6C 1000.2hPaCalm 0.0km/h90% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total09:25 26.6C - 24.7C 1000.6hPaCalm 0.0km/h90% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total09:30 26.8C 29.9C 24.7C 1000.6hPaCalm 0.0km/h89% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total09:35 26.9C 30.4C 24.8C 1000.6hPaCalm 0.0km/h88% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total09:40 27.2C 30.9C 24.8C 1000.6hPaCalm 0.0km/h87% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total09:45 27.4C 31.5C 24.8C 1000.6hPaCalm 0.0km/h86% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total09:50 27.8C 32.3C 24.9C 1000.6hPaCalm 0.0km/h84% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total09:55 28.1C 33.0C 25.1C 1000.6hPaCalm 0.0km/h84% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total10:00 28.3C 33.5C 25.1C 1000.6hPaCalm 0.0km/h83% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total10:05 28.4C 33.5C 25.0C 1000.6hPaCalm 0.0km/h82% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total10:10 28.5C 33.6C 25.1C 1000.6hPaCalm 0.0km/h82% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total10:15 28.7C 34.0C 25.2C 1000.6hPaCalm 0.0km/h82% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total10:20 29.0C 34.7C 25.3C 1000.6hPaCalm 0.0km/h80% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total10:25 29.1C 34.7C 25.0C 1000.6hPaCalm 0.0km/h79% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total10:30 29.1C 34.9C 25.3C 1000.6hPaCalm 0.0km/h80% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total10:35 29.2C 35.0C 25.2C 1000.6hPaCalm 0.0km/h79% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total10:40 29.2C 35.1C 25.2C 1000.6hPaCalm 0.0km/h79% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total10:45 29.2C 35.1C 25.3C 1000.9hPaCalm 0.0km/h80% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total10:50 29.3C 34.8C 24.9C 1000.6hPaCalm 0.0km/h78% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total10:55 29.4C 35.1C 25.0C 1000.6hPaCalm 9.7km/h77% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total11:00 29.4C 35.3C 25.1C 1000.6hPaCalm 10.0km/h78% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total11:05 29.4C 35.3C 25.0C 1000.6hPaCalm 0.0km/h77% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total11:10 29.6C 35.7C 25.2C 1000.6hPaCalm 0.0km/h77% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total11:15 29.6C 35.3C 24.9C 1000.6hPaCalm 0.0km/h76% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total11:20 29.6C 35.5C 25.1C 1000.6hPaCalm 0.0km/h77% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total11:24 29.8C 36.2C 25.4C 1000.6hPaCalm 0.0km/h77% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total11:29 30.1C 36.9C 25.4C 1000.6hPaCalm 0.0km/h76% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total11:34 30.2C 36.5C 25.1C 1000.9hPaCalm 2.4km/h74% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total11:39 30.3C 36.8C 25.2C 1000.9hPaCalm 0.0km/h74% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total11:44 30.4C 36.5C 24.9C 1000.9hPaCalm 0.0km/h72% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total11:49 30.6C 36.9C 24.8C 1000.9hPaCalm 0.0km/h71% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total11:54 30.7C 37.0C 24.8C 1000.9hPaWNW 8.4km/h 12.6km/h71% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total11:59 30.7C 36.9C 24.8C 1000.6hPaNNW 6.9km/h 9.0km/h71% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total12:04 30.8C 37.4C 24.9C 1000.9hPaCalm 0.0km/h71% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total12:09 31.1C 37.4C 24.7C 1000.9hPaCalm 0.0km/h69% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total12:14 30.9C 37.4C 24.9C 1000.6hPaCalm 0.0km/h70% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total12:19 31.0C 37.0C 24.5C 1000.9hPaCalm 0.0km/h68% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total12:24 31.1C 37.4C 24.8C 1000.6hPaCalm 8.0km/h69% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total12:29 31.1C 37.3C 24.7C 1000.9hPaCalm 0.0km/h69% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total12:34 31.4C 38.0C 24.9C 1000.6hPaCalm 0.0km/h69% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total12:39 31.6C 38.3C 24.9C 1000.6hPaCalm 0.0km/h68% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total12:44 31.9C 38.4C 24.6C 1000.6hPaCalm 5.1km/h66% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total12:49 31.9C 38.7C 24.8C 1000.6hPaCalm 0.0km/h66% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total12:54 31.8C 38.4C 24.7C 1000.6hPaCalm 5.0km/h66% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total12:59 31.9C 38.9C 24.8C 1000.6hPaCalm 0.0km/h66% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total13:04 32.0C 37.7C 23.9C 1000.6hPaCalm 0.0km/h62% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total13:09 31.9C 38.0C 24.3C 1000.6hPaCalm 0.0km/h64% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total13:14 31.8C 37.6C 24.1C 1000.2hPaCalm 0.0km/h64% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total13:19 31.7C 37.6C 24.1C 1000.2hPaCalm 0.0km/h64% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total13:24 31.9C 37.7C 23.9C 1000.2hPaCalm 0.0km/h63% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total13:29 32.1C 38.6C 24.5C 1000.6hPaCalm 0.0km/h64% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total13:34 32.3C 39.1C 24.7C 1000.2hPaCalm 0.0km/h64% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total13:39 32.6C 40.3C 25.3C 1000.2hPaCalm 0.0km/h65% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total13:44 32.9C 39.6C 24.5C 1000.2hPaCalm 0.0km/h62% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total13:49 32.7C 39.4C 24.6C 1000.2hPaCalm 0.0km/h62% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total13:54 32.7C 39.5C 24.7C 1000.2hPaCalm 0.0km/h63% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total13:59 32.8C 39.3C 24.3C 999.9hPaCalm 0.0km/h61% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total14:04 33.0C 40.3C 24.7C 999.9hPaCalm 0.0km/h62% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total14:09 33.6C 41.4C 25.1C 999.9hPaCalm 0.0km/h61% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total14:14 33.6C 39.8C 24.1C 999.9hPaCalm 0.0km/h58% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total14:19 33.7C 39.9C 23.8C 999.9hPaCalm 0.0km/h56% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total14:24 33.4C 40.5C 24.7C 999.9hPaCalm 0.0km/h60% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total14:29 33.4C 39.8C 24.1C 999.9hPaCalm 0.0km/h58% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total14:34 33.3C 39.5C 24.1C 999.5hPaCalm 0.0km/h59% 0.0mm/ 0.3mm total14:39 32.9C 39.0C 24.1C 999.5hPaCalm 0.0km/h60% "
     
Enterprises OK with Indian banks but say 'Put tech into IT' : BCG study
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Enterprises OK with Indian banks but say 'Put tech into IT' : BCG study
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Enterprises OK with Indian banks but say 'Put tech into IT' : BCG study
by ?MONDAINE??????? on October  01,  2013
  "they just made me feel completely ashamed of myself,"Lee Daniel's The Butler" is based on a true story of an African American butler ("Cecil Gaines" portrayed by Forest Whitaker) who worked at the White House for three decades serving under eight presidential administrations the characters masterfully dance along the lines of submission and subversiveness, Three-quarters of our young people are in part because of gaps in their education This is no time to sit back States must play the central role in leading the education agenda and their work in partnership with the Education Department provides a road map toward a better law These states have established high standards robust teacher and principal evaluations and support systems smart use of data and ambitious learning goals They have made bold efforts to improve our lowest-performing schools They are also adopting assessments that move beyond todays fill-in-the-bubble tests Consider the new teacher and principal evaluation systems that Tennessee has pioneered Not only has but so has teachers support for these rigorous new systems according to an independent survey Massachusetts has used its greater flexibility to target federal funds to with Such progress offers a vision of what the core principles of a new elementary and secondary education law should be It must set states free to use their best ideas to support students and teachers It also must align student learning and growth with career- and college-readiness Yet some in Congress would reduce the federal government to a passive check-writer asking nothing in return for taxpayers funds And they would lock in major cuts to education funding at a time when continued investment in education is the only way we can remain globally competitive Far better ideas which build on state and local reform efforts can be found in the bill passed in June by the Senate Health Education Labor and Pensions committee In the months ahead I will ask Congress to listen to those doing the real work of education change Principals teachers governors state education chiefs superintendents parents and students themselves know what is and isnt working They can guide us to a better lawLawmakers in both chambers and parties should agree on a bill that raises the bar protects children supports and improves effective teaching and school leadership and provides flexibility and supports good work at the state and local level We should give them the resources and the flexibility and make sure we all are accountable for the job we are doing on behalf of our children We are fighting not just for a strong education system but also for our country A good law is part of that fight to the delight of state Republicans.Sens."Given the case that has been presented to me."
     
Enterprises OK with Indian banks but say 'Put tech into IT' : BCG study
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Enterprises OK with Indian banks but say 'Put tech into IT' : BCG study
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Enterprises OK with Indian banks but say 'Put tech into IT' : BCG study
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Enterprises OK with Indian banks but say 'Put tech into IT' : BCG study
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  "Princess Victoria married Crown Prince Frederick of Prussia,The most recent female heir to suffer that fate was Queen Victoria's oldest child, rebalancing is also a fight against the clock.a difficult feat, but because of a shortage of space, is at least two hours away, the Great Noise Ensemble, five major institutions in the DC area are announcing a festival next spring honoring the 75th birthday of a seminal Dutch composer: Louis Andriessen."Clark said he used the debit card on two occasions earlier this month to pay bar tabs.McDuffie said he has asked the Office of Campaign Finance."
     
Enterprises OK with Indian banks but say 'Put tech into IT' : BCG study
by Isabel Marant on October  02,  2013
  "La Commission locale d'information (CLI), qui visite les lieux aujourd'hui, reste vigilante?: ??Nous voulons resserrer les liens après beaucoup d'incompréhensions, explique son Stéphane Jacquot, élu () à Ch?tillon. Deux problèmes majeurs se sont produits récemment, et nous les avons découverts via des communiqués de presse.?? Le CEA parle, lui, plut?t ??d'événements?? au sujet du technicien ayant posé le genou sur une lingette contaminée, et d'un sous-traitant qui a inhalé des micropoussières infectées à travers son masque en février."
     
Enterprises OK with Indian banks but say 'Put tech into IT' : BCG study
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Enterprises OK with Indian banks but say 'Put tech into IT' : BCG study
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  "peas,Not all moral obligations are equal.$16. follows a feisty girl named Ha as she escapes with her family from Vietnam and takes on the strange food, The eurozone's labor market appears to have stabilized, official figures indicated Tuesday,Even before Shana Greatman Swers got pregnant the 35-year-old married consultant had a habit of posting on about nearly anything. Jon Hamm remains zero for six in his quest to land a trophy for his portrayal as Don Draper of "Mad Men.If theres one thing Hamm did do, AllThingsD reported."
     
Enterprises OK with Indian banks but say 'Put tech into IT' : BCG study
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Enterprises OK with Indian banks but say 'Put tech into IT' : BCG study
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Enterprises OK with Indian banks but say 'Put tech into IT' : BCG study
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Enterprises OK with Indian banks but say 'Put tech into IT' : BCG study
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  "We got and yesterday.That's why a trip to Alexandria's brand-new Port City Brewing Co.It's safe to say that lots of guys are fascinated by beer Calif. for roughly 2600 agency employees in a unit based in Lanham that assists small-business owners with tax preparationThe conference cost roughly $41million and was paid for in part with about $32million in unused funds from the IRSs enforcement budget a decision that did not violate IRS guidelines according to aides briefed on the auditDuring the conference employees watched two that cost at least $60000 to produce according to the audits estimates The first video is a and stars division employees discussing how they might identify and address allegations of tax fraud Aides briefed on the audit said that employees paid for the "Star Trek" uniforms they wear in the video but that the agency paid for the construction of an elaborate mock-up of the bridge of the starship EnterpriseOne employee mocking the Russian character is seen telling another colleague "Back in Russia I dreamed someday Id be rich and famous""Me too" the colleague responds "Thats why I became a public servant"The stars some of the same employees learning how to dance the "" from a 2007 song by the performer Cupid As other employees learn the dance moves one female employee comments "They dont pay me enough to do this" according to the aides. but it's actually slightly warmer than normal, many Washingtonians may actually shed a tear. Marys, 42, - are easy."
     
Enterprises OK with Indian banks but say 'Put tech into IT' : BCG study
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Enterprises OK with Indian banks but say 'Put tech into IT' : BCG study
by ?DIESEL?????? on October  08,  2013
  "she is hired that day to play a social worker on the "Who the (Bleep)" episode being shot at her house. and theres no overtime. July 8 2013Who knew The federal government knows how to make a profit Or as Warren twice said in arguing for a cut in interest rates on student loans: "obscene profits"Warrens eye-popping figure suggests that the federal government is in the realm of Apple Inc () and Exxon Mobil Corp ()But theres a reason why accountants will one day inherit the earth The numbers look dramatically different tens of billions of dollars different depending on which arcane method of accounting you use The FactsLacey Rose Warrens press secretary was quick to turn up a source for this figure: the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office She pointed us to a showing that outlays in the student loan program will be a negative $51 billion (in other words a gain for the government) This figure includes $15 billion from a re-estimate of the cost of the student loans disbursed in previous yearsA technical point: these are actually "" not profits as one would understand in the business world But heres the bigger problem: CBO has suggested that it doesnt like these figures because they potentially underestimate the cost of the loans to the American taxpayer By law CBO must abide by rules established by the Federal Credit Reform Act of 1990 meaning that the cost of the loan is recorded in the federal budget the year the loan is made with the cash flows discounted to a present value using interest rates on Treasury Securities Theres now a large gap between the cost of student-loan rates (68 percent or 79 percent unless Congress acts) and the rates on 10-year Treasury notes (estimated to be 21 percent) so voila big "negative subsidies" are recorded Before the 1990 law was passed the government simply tallied only the outlays and receipts for federal loans That was considered too simplistic because it masked long-term costs (The Congressional Research Service offers of the reasons for the law and the concepts contained in it)But CBO suggests the post-1990 method is just an accounting method obscuring tens of billions of dollars in potential losses In particular the agency says that the current rules do not "consider some costs borne by the government" such as fully accounting for the risk of default especially in hard economic times So CBO has for considering replacing the current accounting method with what it calls "fair-value accounting" Essentially this method would assess the risk as private firms would if they made the same types of loans According to a CBO argued for a "market-valuation-oriented" approach back when the 1990 law was first crafted but does not appear to take a definitive position last year weighed both the pros and cons of making a shift but its fairly clear it would prefer to change the accounting rules (As a general matter CBO does not take a position except on budget process issues) "None of the differences between the federal government and private investors changes the fact that investments with returns that are correlated with the performance of the economy as a whole are risky in a way that other investments are not" CBO said "Federal credit programs expose taxpayers to that market risk"Last month in response to a Republican request CBO issued including the subsidized Stafford loans that have been subject of congressional debate this week The spreadsheet CBO included as part of the report makes for scary reading Under the mandated accounting approach the federal government is estimated to gain $184 billion from issuing federal student loans between 2013 and 2023 CBO says But under fair-market accounting the government would lose $95 billion in the same period though it would make a small "profit" in 2013 In other words thats swing of nearly $280 billion depending on which accounting method you useThe CBOs spreadsheet meanwhile shows that the Stafford loan program in 2013 now pegged to earn $46 billion in "profit" would actually lose $35 billion under fair-value accounting Presumably those losses would climb sharply if interest rates were cut as Warren demands (She would drop the rate to as low as 075 percent) Obviously when so much money is at stake people disagree vehemently over this issue Adjusting the accounting rules potentially means less money in the budget for other programsThe left-leaning Center for American Progress has the fair-value concept as "dangerous" saying it would create phantom budget deficits because the current system already accounts for credit risk Critics maintain also that the federal government is significantly different from private firms with more tools at its disposal to recover defaulted debts Indeed in another report CAP that looking back over the past 20 years nonemergency federal credit programs generally cost less than expected The Education Department for instance that the cash default rate on Stafford loans is 23 percent but the cash recovery rate is better than 110 percent Overall taking in net present value (such as the dollar value of missed payments) the net recovery rate is about 87 percentCritics of fair-value accounting which include the and say it would add imaginary costs that the government would never need to pay In other words it would tip the scales on the cost side of the ledger because it adds nothing to the benefit side though it should be noted that CBO generally estimates costs not benefits Former Obama aide Jared Bernstein lays out the arguments against fair-value accounting in in which he labels it the "spinal tap" approach to accounting (Update: Bernstein wrote to this column For a rebuttal of the CBPP analysis read by Marvin Phaup) Paul van de Water who worked on the issue at CBO and is now at the CBPP noted that the current system allows for annual re-estimates to account for what happened to the loans which is why an additional $15 billion turned up in the accounts this year It is worth noting however that Congress mandated that fair-value accounting be used to score policies related to Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac as well as the Troubled Assets Relief Program (Warren headed the TARP congressional oversight board) The Financial Economists Roundtable has also issued urging a shift to fair-value accounting "The Congressional Budget Office projects that the government will make $51 billion on this years student loans" Rose said "Those projections are done in accordance with rules laid out by Congress -- rules that have been in place for estimates of federal credit programs for more than 20 years and rules that have been shown to reasonably measure government costs from these programs during that time While House Republicans and other opponents of real reform may seek to change accounting rules to paper over federal profits on student loans the only effective way to reduce them in the real world is to bring down interest rates on student loans"The Pinocchio TestWe obviously are not going to take a position on the correct accounting method And ordinarily a CBO projection is worth its weight in gold But this is an unusual situation The respected and nonpartisan budget agency clearly has concerns about the method mandated by Congress and the differences over the next 11 years are stunning Yet Warren has seized on the $51-billion figure to decry somewhat inaccurately "obscene profits" and argue for a dramatic cut in student loan rates making it the centerpiece of her floor speech We wavered between One and Two Pinocchios but the stakes are high given the possible impact on the budget The debate may be arcane but she and other Democrats should use more caution in citing these figures--especially when the source Warren cites CBO says there are problems It may not be money in the bank Two Pinocchios()Check out our candidate Follow The Fact Checker on and friend us onWe've got a live stats skin on the blog for tonight's game, up above. 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Enterprises OK with Indian banks but say 'Put tech into IT' : BCG study
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feature of the gasoline market and that have a generally benign impact on efficiency and prices at the pump according to a by the University of California Energy InstituteWe dont doubt that Mr Mamo drives a hard bargain with station operators or that they would benefit from shopping among wholesalers Nor do we doubt that both Mr Mamo and his opponents have plenty of political clout and the will to exercise itWhat we do doubt because neither the recent history of local gas prices nor the economic literature supports it is that less leverage for Mr Mamo would mean more for consumers As likely the station operators not motorists would pocket the benefits Surely Mr Nathan can find better uses for his limited resources than a lawsuit that wont materially affect gas prices even in the unlikely event that it succeeds Nathans decision not to file an antitrust suit against Mr." With the exception of the eye patch the resemblance is uncanny as is the garbled liltThe biggest running gag involves 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property would be retained This required her to maintain the same density she had to have 76 units and the units had to fit into the same volume (length depth and height) that the originally proposed garden-style apartment buildings would have occupied Though it was a huge design challenge sticking to the original playbook lowered the cost of each unit by $35000 to $40000 Basheer said Fitting the requisite number of townhouse units into the volumes of the earlier project had no obvious solution Basheer said Fourteen-foot-wide townhouses would produce the correct unit count but this width precluded a garage a non-starter in this market A 16-foot width could accommodate a garage but the number of units would be 10 short Basheers directive to her architect was simple but succinct: "Be creative"Such an open-ended commission from a builder client is rare Anand said But as this project demonstrates when you give your architect free rein you will get unusual results Romney "came down more 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Enterprises OK with Indian banks but say 'Put tech into IT' : BCG study
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  "The Post receives more than a thousandletters each week. (Cut the stalks into 1/2-inch pieces and reserve for another use, butter and cheese, the digital content provider, "But I don't think about that kind of thing when I'm working on the book; I'm pretty much just focused on the task at hand. It began as a gathering of 20 people and today is one of the most prominent national organizations of relatives and other supporters of gays and lesbians. or PFLAG. Of 11 families of victims in administrative closure cases interviewed by The Post.)But the bill is an attempt to keep the topic from vanishing altogether. approved by the House Homeland Security Committee in late July. the Paradise Island native adds tight pants as opposed to Carters bare-legged look from the high-camp,This Wonder Woman still has the telltale Golden Lasso of Truth and the bulletproof bracelets," in the words of one of the novels well-born older ladies. Among narrator Simon Vances many talents is his flair for censorious dowagers,Writes a weekly political and domestic affairs column and contributes to the PostPartisan blog."
     
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  ". There are no good statistics yet on how many people are moving from desk jobs to field work, but Kimberley Hart, Karen Sommerlad and Erik Jacobs have all made the transition. Ms Hart gave up making costumes for Broadway productions to grow vegetables on a modest rented farm in upstate New York, while Mr Jacobs left behind his career as a Boston-based freelance news photographer to study as an apprentice farmer. Meanwhile, Ms Sommerlad left a campus planning post at Harvard University to grow everything "from arugula [rocket] to zucchini [courgettes]". The trend seems most noticeable in the north-eastern United States - where all three live - as well as in California, possibly because of the flourishing "eat local" movements and growth of farmers' markets in both areas. 'Viable career' In the US, there are now 456,000 "beginning farmers", defined by the government as those with less than a decade's experience. According to the US Department of Agriculture, they are less likely than established farmers to receive government subsidies, and more likely to be college educated and have jobs off the farm. They also earn less from farming, and work smaller farms - though they aren't necessarily younger than their more established peers. Although official statistics have yet to show an increase in the number of these novice farmers, there is plenty of anecdotal evidence. There are now more than 8,000 farmers' markets across the US, a 38% increase in five years, and up from a few hundred a generation ago. At the Farm School in Athol, Massachusetts, demand for its year-long learn-to-farm programme has jumped from 15-20 applicants five years ago to nearly 50 this year, according to farm director Patrick Connors. He says the Farm School's programme "grew out of this recognition that more and more people were looking to build these [farming] skills". "This has become a viable career," adds Mr Connors. "There's lots of people in New England and California who run successful small businesses on their farms. As it's become a more viable profession, I think more people are considering it." Pupils on last year's class at Farm School ranged in age from 19 to 53. Incoming students this autumn include a lawyer, a doctor, a teacher, and several business executives. Second jobs While no-one is getting rich running a small-scale farm, for Ms Sommerlad and her husband, David Cobb, it supplements their retirement earnings. "We really do it because we love growing food and connecting with the community," says Ms Sommerlad. "The income is secondary." For Ms Hart, her goal for this year is to make a modest $10,000 (?6,400) profit. "Even if we totally mess up, we should be able to make that," she says. Yet virtually all small farmers - both the new and the experienced - supplement their crop earnings, sometimes with added-value products like making cheese from their cows' milk. Often one partner will continue to have a non-farming job in the city, while the other manages the farm full-time. Ms Hart and her husband, Thad Simerly, have this arrangement. He still commutes to New York City for his job in plaster restoration, where he earns far more than they could ever make on the farm. At the Farm School, many graduates use their former careers as a way to supplement their agricultural earnings. Mr Jacobs will continue to take photos for editorial clients, as well as recording his farming experiences on his He plans to work as a salaried farmer this year, while his wife continues her job as a staff photographer at the Boston Globe. The two had their first child, a boy, in May. 'Fickle market' Another thing new farmers learn early - it often makes more sense to lease their acreage than fulfil their fantasy of owning the land themselves. Ms Hart leases her land, and Mr Jacobs is about to, now he has finished his programme at the Farm School. Mr Jacobs says renting instead of owning land will allow him to be free of burdensome debt that he worried would turn working the land into just another job. Ms Sommerlad and her husband own their land, but instead of buying an expensive field, they grow high-value vegetables for restaurants and farmers' markets on just half an acre of their back yard in Sudbury, Vermont. "It's kind of a fickle market, so we decided to stick with what we know we can grow," says Ms Sommerlad. "We worked it out so that if we make money that's terrific. If we don't then we're not going to go hungry. We'll still have a roof over our head." All three novices agree that the joy of farming vastly outweighs its low financial returns - at least so far. Ms Hart says her goal was to be self-sufficient and sustainable. And because she and her husband wanted an escape. "We wanted to make our living from farming to extricate ourselves from the city," she says. Mr Jacobs says: "One of the ways I keep from despairing [about the world] is doing this farming thing. There's a lot of peace in reducing my footprint and living my values."Internet technology, especially mobile, allows us to monitor our resources like never before - in theory making sharing more possible.It is happening on both sides of the English Channel.The website , wants you to turn your kitchen into a restaurant, inviting guests to take part in your meal. The start-up has almost 3,000 users, almost half of whom are in France.The recent LeWeb conference, examined the sharing idea, which it called "Digital Hippydom" and it found that the French public and companies are particularly suited to the online, sharing economy.Meanwhile in Britain, uses apps to encourage people to share their experience of growing their own vegetables. It then allows users to trade their produce and create an online harvest for everyone to share.Video Journalist: Dougal ShawUp Next is a new series of video features for the BBC News website which examines the new developments that could affect all of our lives in the future.20 September 2012Last updated at 08:19 GMT The woman who lost all seven children By Robin BanerjiBBC World Service Sharon Bernardi lost all seven of her children to a rare genetic disease. It has driven her to support medical research that would allow defective genetic material to be replaced by DNA from another woman. Every time Sharon got pregnant she would pray that this time it would be different. She felt fine during pregnancy and the births went well, and then quickly something would start to go wrong. Each of her first three children died within hours of birth and no-one knew why. "It took us a long time to get over the first one and then it happened again. I was bewildered," says Sharon, from Sunderland. "I was in shock." After the third child died, doctors began to suspect that the deaths weren't coincidental. But genetic investigation didn't provide any definite answers. At the same time, her mother revealed that she'd had three stillbirths before Sharon had been born. Further investigations by doctors revealed that members of Sharon's extended family had lost another eight children between them. "I didn't know about my mum's history," says Sharon. "There was no need for me to know. I was my mother's only child. And I think that in her era people didn't really talk about things as they do now." Then along came Edward, Sharon's fourth child. This time the doctors were more prepared. For his first 48 hours, Edward received drugs and blood transfusions to prevent the lactic acidosis (a kind of blood poisoning) that had killed his siblings. Five weeks later Sharon and her husband Neil were allowed to take Edward to their home in Sunderland for Christmas. Edward lived. Although his health was often poor and Sharon had to care for him a lot of the time, he was a cheerful, active boy. At the age of four he started to have seizures. It was then that the doctors were finally able to diagnose Edward's - and indeed Sharon's - problem. Having gone through the history of Sharon's babies, doctors diagnosed Edward with Leigh's disease, a disorder that affects the central nervous system. The disease is caused by a defect in the mother's mitochondria, often referred to as the power plant of the cell. "This is going to sound strange but I was relieved that, at last, I had an answer." Not that the news made life much easier for Sharon. Her doctors told her that Edward could enjoy long periods of remission but that his health could also go down quite quickly. And meanwhile there was always the risk of Edward dying in one of his seizures, which could last for days. "It's hard when you want to have a family, and you finally have a baby like Edward, and you think you're finally getting somewhere with your hopes and your dreams, and then somebody tells you that at any moment your child is going to die." Sharon and Neil Bernardi were told that Edward was going to die before he was five. "Obviously, you either go down or you start fighting," says Sharon. Edward and his mother were fighters. In the end Edward survived into adulthood, dying last year at the age of 21. Sharon and Neil kept on trying for a healthy baby but without luck. Although three more children were born, none lived beyond the age of two. Each time one of their children died, they told themselves that "the death was a one-off". After their last child had a heart attack and died in 2000 they stopped trying. "People ask, what was different about Edward? How come he survived as a baby when he had all the problems that would later build up? I don't know but Edward had some fight in him. He was fighting to survive all his life. I think that was in his personality." The death of all her children put strains on her marriage, and on the wider family. "It also affects the family, the grandparents, their hopes and dreams for their grandchildren." People have accused Sharon and Neil of being selfish for wanting what they cannot have - their own family of healthy children. "I don't think I am selfish," says Sharon. "I wanted my child to be healthy." "In the last year of his life Edward was in chronic pain. He had dystonic spasms caused by things going wrong in his brain. His muscles would go into spasm for up to six hours at a time. Drugs could not help him. Part of Edward's body was beginning to fail." The suffering of Sharon's children has convinced her of the need to pursue the kind of genetic therapies that would allow mitochondrial defects to be remedied. "When you see somebody in pain you don't want to see somebody else in pain. You don't want to see a child who is born only to suffer and die before they're two, or if they do survive to have devastating disabilities." "It's not about being selfish. It's not about wanting designer babies. It's not about doing injustice to people with disabilities. It's about trying to create a healthy baby. It's about trying to give a child a future." 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For the list of all programmes, go to23 June 2012Last updated at 10:51 GMT The world's oldest clove tree By Simon WorrallTernate, Indonesia Indonesia's "Spice Islands" produced more nutmeg, mace, pepper and cloves than anywhere else in the world and on the island of Ternate, one particular tree has an extraordinary history. "Bule, Bule," shout the children excitedly, as our jeep threads its way up a steep road on the side of the volcano. "White man, White man." I am on Ternate, one of Indonesia's fabled Spice Islands. The midday call to prayer mingles with the mosquito-whine of motorcycles. Above us, smoke seeps from the side of Gamalama, the pyramid-shaped volcano that dominates the island. It had erupted only a month earlier, sending a tongue of molten lava pouring down the mountain into the sea. This part of the world is not called "The Ring of Fire" for nothing. I am searching for the world's oldest clove tree. Why it is called Afo, no one knows. Neither is it exactly certain when Afo was planted. But estimates suggest it is between 350 and 400 years old. For millennia, Ternate and the neighbouring island of Tidore were the world's only source of those fragrant, twig-like herbs that love to hide at the back of our kitchen cupboards. Cloves from Ternate were traded by Arab seafarers along the maritime Silk Route as far afield as the Middle East, Europe and China. A Han dynasty ruler from the 3rd Century BC insisted that anyone addressing him chew cloves to sweeten their breath. Their origin was a fiercely-guarded secret until the Portuguese and Spanish burst into the Java Sea in the 16th Century. Our hip, young Indonesian driver is clearly baffled as to why anyone should want to see an old tree. And he clearly has no idea where Afo is. At a roadside stall selling everything from basketballs to fruit, we stop to ask directions. The stallholder points back down the hill. With great difficulty, and reeking brake pads, we turn round and drive back down the volcano. After a few hundred yards, we spot a signboard pointing to some steps cut into the hillside. The path winds upwards through groves of clove trees and bamboo. We are at nearly 1,800m (6,000ft) above sea level. Below us, through the foliage, I can just make out the sea and, beyond it, the island of Tidore. Huffing and puffing up one last flight of steps I find myself under a tree that was probably here when Shakespeare was alive. Afo was once 40 metres tall and four metres round. Sadly, today, all that remains is a massive stump and some bare branches. A few years ago, villagers hungry for firewood even attacked Afo with machetes. A brick wall now surrounds it. If the Dutch had had their way, Afo would not have survived at all. The Netherlands United East India Company, or Voc, was the world's first multinational corporation. And just as corporations today seek to monopolise plant genes in the developing world, the Voc set about seizing total control of spice production. In 1652, after displacing the Portuguese and Spanish, the Dutch introduced a policy known as extirpatie: extirpation. All clove trees not controlled by the Voc were uprooted and burned. Anyone caught growing, stealing or possessing clove plants without authorisation faced the death penalty. On the Banda Islands, to the south - the world's only source of nutmeg - the Dutch used Japanese mercenaries to slaughter almost the entire male population. Like Opec today, the Voc also limited supply to keep prices high. Only 800-1,000 tonnes of cloves were exported per year. The rest of the harvest was burned or dumped in the sea. Somehow, Afo managed to slip through the net. A rogue clove. A guerrilla plant waging a secret war of resistance. Afo would eventually bring down the Dutch monopoly on cloves. In 1770, a Frenchman, appropriately named Poivre, stole some of Afo's seedlings. This Monsieur Pepper took them to France, then the Seychelles Islands and, eventually, Zanzibar, which is today the world's largest producer of cloves. As I stand looking up into its branches, I wonder who planted Afo - and kept its location secret all those years. Or did it just survive because of its remoteness high on the slopes of Gamalama? Either way, this ancient clove tree remains a symbol of the ultimate folly of empire - and the stubborn refusal of nature to be controlled. How to listen to From Our Own Correspondent: BBC Radio 4: A 30-minute programme on Saturdays, 11:30 BST. Second 30-minute programme on Thursdays, 11:00 BST (some weeks only). or BBC World Service: Hear daily 10-minute editions Monday to Friday, repeated through the day, also available to . Read more or at the .30 September 2013Last updated at 19:44 GMT Thief Yafet Askale caught out by 'invisible' dye A thief who broke into a decoy car was caught out due to an "anti-crime" dye that turned his face bright green. Yafet Askale, 28, was sprayed with the substance, which can only be seen under ultraviolet light, when he broke into a police "trap car" in Harlesden, north-west London. Askale denied the charge of theft from a motor vehicle, but was convicted at Hendon Magistrates' Court. Police said that the dye proved Askale had been in the car. He was also found to have a number of stolen items, including a laptop. Askale, of Harlesden Gardens, Harlesden, was sentenced on Friday to 49 hours of community service and was ordered to pay ?400 costs. Brent Police said they had also been providing residents with invisible dye kits so they can mark their property to deter thieves.27 March 2013Last updated at 17:31 GMT This is BBC News BBC News reaches about 40 million adults in the UK every week - its international services are consumed by an additional 239 million adults around the world. The department is the largest in the BBC in terms of staff, with more than 8,500 people around the UK and the rest of the world. BBC News incorporates network news (the newsroom, news programmes such as Newsnight and Newsbeat, political programmes such as the Daily Politics, and the weather team), English Regions and Global News. Material is brought into the BBC by its newsgathering staff, one of the largest operations of its kind in the world, with more than 40 international bureaux and seven in the UK. It is transmitted to audiences on an increasingly diverse range of platforms including tablet computers and mobile phones. NETWORK NEWSROOM The 24-hour newsroom is responsible for the One, Six and Ten O'Clock bulletins, the BBC News channel, radio bulletins and summaries, BBC World, the World Service and the BBC News website. Since 2013, nearly all this output has been produced and transmitted from the new wing of Broadcasting House (NBH) at the north end of Regent Street in central London. It is tucked behind the original Art Deco building that was opened as the BBC's first purpose-built headquarters in 1932. NBH is occupied by 3,000 journalists and production staff in the news division. At the heart of the building, occupying the basement and ground floors, is the multimedia newsroom, the biggest in Europe, which brings together all the BBC's network and global news production for the first time. From here, BBC journalists, many of them specialists, deliver high-quality audio, visual and text accounts of breaking news and significant events with merged teams and shared content to meet the world's appetite for on-demand news. NEWS IN SALFORD BBC Breakfast and Radio 5 live are broadcast from MediaCity UK, in Salford Quays, approximately two miles from Manchester city centre. Radio 5 live news employs about 130 journalists who produce some 75% of the network's output, or about 130 hours a week. NEWS PROGRAMMES The department brings together all the major daily and weekly current affairs programmes, investigative journalism and major interview programmes, including Panorama, Today and Newsnight. The department also includes services focused on distinctive audiences, including BBC World Service news programmes such as Newshour and BBC Radio 1 news programmes such as Newsbeat. This is the home of much of the BBC's original journalism and material is shared across news outlets to enrich content for as many audiences as possible. POLITICAL PROGRAMMES The political programmes department, based within a stone's throw of the Palace of Westminster, reports on the decisions and activities of the UK government, MPs and peers. It makes and broadcasts programmes such as Today (and Yesterday) in Parliament on Radio 4, and BBC Two's Daily and Sunday Politics as well as the BBC Parliament TV channel. It also provides a huge amount of material for BBC network TV and radio outlets, the BBC News website and regional TV and local radio. Elections - local, general and European - are covered by BBC Westminster. The political research unit provides background information and reliable statistics on parties, policies and polling, producing indispensable election guides which are studied and treasured by politics geeks and other staff across the corporation. 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Foreign correspondents, producers, camera crews, fixers and translators frequently risk their lives to draw attention to the history of the world as it unfolds. GLOBAL NEWS BBC Global News includes the BBC World Service, BBC World News television, bbc.com/news (the BBC's international-facing news site) and BBC Monitoring. The BBC's international news services attract a global audience of 239 million in more than 200 countries and territories. Together they represent the voice and face of the corporation to the rest of the world. Residents of Nairobi, for example, are likely to regard as the face of the BBC the Ghanaian journalist Komla Dumor, presenter of Focus on Africa, the daily news programme focusing on African stories. BBC Global is increasingly working with partners to build audiences across the United States, Asia and Africa. AROUND THE UK BBC English Regions, part of the BBC News Group, is made up of 3,000 staff based from the Channel Islands in the south to the border with Scotland in the north. It is split into 12 regions, each broadcasting regional news programmes throughout the day along with weekly politics, current affairs and sport shows from their regional centres. Each region has up to six local radio stations and up to six BBC local websites. There are also teams working in bureaux in Northern Ireland, Scotland, Wales to provide programming for their own national audiences as well as contributing to network news. The BBC's 40 local radio stations reach more than seven million listeners across the UK. WEATHER The BBC weather centre produces forecasts for TV, radio, online, mobile and Red Button, in partnership with the Met Office. The BBC weather presenters are all trained broadcast meteorologists.15 September 2013Last updated at 23:09 GMT Thomas Flohr: The high-flying multi-millionaire By Will SmaleBusiness reporter, BBC News As international, multi-millionaire jetsetters go, Thomas Flohr certainly looks the part. With his tan, stubble, swept back hair, and jeans and jacket combination, he is the type of man you can picture stepping off a private plane after flying in from somewhere exotic. It is a pretty apt image because Mr Flohr owns a large fleet of private jets. The Swiss national is the founder, boss, and 100% owner of VistaJet, the world's fastest-growing airline you have probably never heard of, and most probably can only dream of affording to use. Founded in 2004, VistaJet now has 35 planes, and is quickly adding to that number. Such is the demand for its services that earlier this year it signed the biggest deal in business aviation history - a $7.8bn (?4.9bn; 5.87bn euros) order for 56 jets, and options for 86 more, from Canada's Bombardier. With claimed revenue growth of 26% a year, Mr Flohr highlights three underlying factors behind VistaJet's success - it only uses the newest and most luxurious planes, it will fly to anywhere in the world no matter how remote, and it targets emerging economies such as China and India. "You have to trust your instincts," he says. "I sensed that the [business jet] market was underserved, and I wanted to challenge the established players. I like a good David versus Goliath fight." Long-distance jets For those of us unaccustomed to the rarefied world of private jets, the market is dominated by a handful of American providers who offer businesses the chance to invest in a fractional stake in a plane, which they then share. In addition, there are a great many smaller providers, who can rent you a plane per journey, with the deal most likely being done via a broker. Mr Flohr's plan was to create a global brand that businesses, wealthy individuals, or even governments, could simply hire a plane directly from when they wanted it. There would be no complicated fractional deals or brokerages. "The fractional system only really operates in the US because that is the only country that offers tax breaks for it," says Mr Flohr. "It makes no sense outside of America, and particularly in China. "Instead they just want to rent a plane, and they want the best possible quality. But if you do this via a broker, you often don't know the level of quality, or otherwise, or age, of the plane that turns up." So with VistaJet businesses go to it directly. And as its fleet contains Bombardier's long range Global 6,000 planes, VistaJet can fly anywhere in the world. It also pledges to be able to fly to any airport with a sufficient runway, be it somewhere in the middle of nowhere in Siberia or Sub-Saharan Africa. "This really sets us apart," says Mr Flohr. "We'll go where our rivals don't want to. If any oil executive needs to go to the back of beyond, we'll get him there. "With the fractional guys, they don't want their planes to do this because they want them to be readily available for the other part-owners." 'Risky move' But as Mr Flohr continues with his ambitious growth plans for VistaJet, how does someone without an aviation background get into the private planes business? After studying business and politics at university in Munich, Germany, he made his fortune working in asset finance in his 20s and 30s. His job allowed him the use of private planes, and he started to question how the industry operated. So thinking he could do things better, he bought his first two planes. Mr Flohr says: "I had two jets and they were paying for themselves, so I went out in 2005 and took the biggest risk of my life - I bought three more aeroplanes. Thankfully I haven't looked back from there." VistaJet now has 170 pilots and carries out more than 10,000 flights per year, including flying to 136 different airports in Africa. "We have been greatly helped by the big growth in the emerging economies," says Mr Flohr. "Even just five years ago, Indian businessmen didn't use private planes, but now they do, the same in China. We are there to serve them, and business is very strong, in Russia too. The so called Bric nations (Brazil, Russia, India and China) have helped us greatly." He adds that VistaJet is also benefiting from a resurgence in Western firms wishing to hire his planes again, as their economies recover. Constant traveller Despite Mr Flohr's job seeing him almost constantly travelling the world on VistaJet planes, he does not believe he lives a jet-set life. "I see all the travel as a necessity - I want to meet with my clients in person," he says. And so in one average fortnight he flew from his base in Switzerland to China, Russia, the US, Mozambique, the UK and Italy. When he does get spare time, he likes to race go-karts, spend time with his daughter, and cook meals for friends. But what advice would he give would-be entrepreneurs? "Stop looking at social media websites, and instead work out what contribution you can make to the world, and go and do it," he says. "Find your niche, find what you are good at, and focus on that. And be a good person along the way - if you try to take shortcuts it will just come back and haunt you."4 October 2013Last updated at 23:51 GMT Thousands get set for Great Scottish Run in Glasgow Drivers are facing diversions and delays as thousands of runners take to the streets of Glasgow this weekend for the Great Scottish Run. Some of the world's top athletes will be joining 24,000 club, charity and fun runners for Sunday's 10K and half marathon events. Four junior and family races are being held in the city centre on Saturday. The Great Scottish Run was first held in 1982 with the 2012 event reaching a record high of 24,089 runners. Runners will go along some of the city's most famous landmarks, iconic buildings and Commonwealth Games venues. Both the 10K and half marathon will start at George Square in the city centre and cross the Clyde before heading back to Glasgow Green. Road closures Half marathon participants will cross the Kingston Bridge to the city's southside and Bellahouston Park before crossing the Squinty Bridge and running along the Clydeside Expressway and the Broomielaw to Glasgow Green. Those running in the 10K will also run along the Clydeside Expressway before crossing the Clyde at the Squinty Bridge then heading to Glasgow Green via the same bridge and the Broomielaw. The 10K begins at 09:30 on Sunday with the half marathon following at 11:00. Four junior and family runs will be held around George Square and the Merchant City from 09:45 on Saturday. A number of road closures will be in place over the weekend and diversions set up.The Mexican military has airlifted hundreds of tourists stranded in the flooded resort of Acapulco, after deadly storms hit eastern Tamaulipas state and western Guerrero state.But thousands remain trapped in the city and elsewhere and there are fears the death toll may rise as rescue teams reach remote areas. Tropical storms Ingrid and Manuel swamped large swathes of the country over the weekend, sparking landslides and causing rivers to overflow in several states.Will Grant reports.28 September 2013Last updated at 15:41 GMT Thousands take part in Belfast UVF commemoration parade Thousands of people have taken part in a parade to mark the centenary of the formation of the UVF in west Belfast. A century ago at Fernhill House in the Glencairn area, unionist leader Edward Carson inspected members of the west Belfast section of the Ulster Volunteer Force. More than 10,000 people took part in the march to Fernhill, making it one of the biggest parades of the year. Many of them were dressed in period costume. The parade was a re-enactment of one of the key events of the Home Rule crisis. Some of the drums played are 100 years old and were used at the event the parade is commemorating. The Ulster Volunteer Force was formed to resist plans to make Ireland self-governing, but many members went on to fight in the First World War. The parade was led by a horse-drawn carriage and also featured a vintage car which was used by the IRA in the early 20th century. Progressive Unionist Party leader Billy Hutchinson read extracts of Carson's speech as part of the event.24 September 2013Last updated at 08:48 GMT Thousands visit Gromit statue show in Bristol More than 25,000 people visited an exhibition of Gromit statues in Bristol, organisers said. The show featured all 81 of the models, which were on the streets of Bristol during the summer. It had originally been planned to last five days and close on Sunday but ran for an extra day to cope with the "extraordinary demand". The Gromits are due to be auctioned on 3 October to raise money for Bristol's Children's Hospital. The auction will be hosted by Sotheby's auctioneer and TV antiques presenter Tim Wonnacott, in The Mall pavilion at Cribbs Causeway shopping centre. Huge queues of Wallace and Gromit fans waited up to eight hours outside the venue for the show, in Queen's Road at the weekend. The statues of Aardman Animation's much-loved canine creation, decorated by well-known celebrities and artists, made up an arts trail across the city. The exhibition, which was originally intended to take place at the Royal West of England Academy in Clifton, Bristol, was moved to the nearby former Habitat store to cope with the expected numbers.18 December 2012Last updated at 01:10 GMT Three faces of the new Tunisia It is two years since protests began in Tunisia after Mohamed Bouazizi set himself on fire outside local government offices in the central town of Sidi Bouzid - the act that sparked the Arab Spring. His death prompted a nationwide uprising that led to the overthrow of President Zine al-Abidine Ben Ali, and hopes of a fairer Tunisia. But two years later, unemployment is even higher than at the time of the uprising, and during recent demonstrations in the town of Siliana, police opened fire on protesters with birdshot. The BBC's Imogen Foulkes has talked to three very different Tunisians about their hopes and fears. Mahjoub El Harbaoui, local government worker from Siliana It was a peaceful demonstration, a legal demonstration. We were making legitimate demands for jobs and better services. Our province has been neglected economically, and our local governor isn't helping. We marched from the trade union offices to the governor's house, but we weren't asking to replace him. We wanted to ask for investment in our region, I mean, if we can't speak to our own governor about that kind of thing, who can we speak to? But we were answered with "cartouches" (birdshot). I got shot in the eye, and I don't know if I will keep the sight in this eye now. I have had an operation, the doctors here are doing their best, but I just don't know. I can't believe this happened, I'm not a "casseur" (hooligan). I was demonstrating peacefully. I am 46 and I have two very young daughters. If I lose my sight I might not be able to work. Siliana is a region that's always been forgotten in Tunisia, and now the economic situation is even worse. There is a feeling that we are just not paid attention to, that no-one cares about our problems here, that no-one really respects us. It's as if we just don't count, as if we are not a factor in any one's equation. And I think you can say that about a lot of Tunisia now. Sonia El Ghoul, police trainer in Tunis I trained originally as a lawyer, but then I took the police examinations as well. I won a competition to get into police officer training. Now I am a superintendent. I am very happy in my job right now, the fact that we are in transition makes it a real challenge. We know we are working to change things and that motivates us. Such things [the shootings in Siliana] can happen anywhere, but it should be a lesson to us and to the people too. It's true that at the moment we don't have a lot of trust from the people, but we are trying, every day, just with little things, to build up confidence. Just the way we talk to people, for example, can help to build up trust. After all, we are dealing with the public every day, so it is important that every police officer knows what human rights are. He or she needs to know that having the confidence of the public is a must - in that respect we do need to change mentalities, of our officers, and of the public. But police officers are people too. There are good ones and bad ones, just like everywhere else. There have been big changes in the last two years, but the biggest is that we have the freedom to say what we think. And there is more respect for the other person's point of view. For the police, it means we discuss things a lot more than we did in the past. We talk about the law, how we must stay within the law, and we can question our superiors. I am an optimist, yes, I am positive about the future. Things are changing in Tunisia every day and, of course, there are difficulties, but I think we will succeed. Tarek Cheniti, UN human rights officer I'm Tunisian, but I was working and studying in the UK when the uprising first began. And I had a fellowship to the United States, but instead I went back and joined the uprising. So I took part in the events that led to the collapse of the Ben Ali regime, and that had a tremendous impact on me personally because I saw men and women getting together to claim their rights and do so in a peaceful way - that's why I took the job I have now. We can make a difference. We can highlight the situation of particular groups of people who might be at risk, the situation of rural women for example, or religious minorities, or indeed any minority. You can talk about all these things in Tunisia now, some of these topics were taboo under the Ben Ali regime, which used to project the image of a progressive and modern political regime but it wasn't the case. So this is a window of opportunity in Tunisia. With Siliana, in a way the events there almost make me hopeful for the future because it was a demonstration against decisions taken in unaccountable ways. People protested against the governor whom they thought did not represent them and that movement was extremely peaceful. At one point they even left the town, and left him alone in the governor's residence, as a way of telling him he did not represent them properly. Things like this are very normal in democratic transitions, and they have to happen. I would be worried if there were no protests. But it's important for the police to recognise that the kind of force they used in Siliana is never an option. So we are working on changing laws, and on changing attitudes. It will take time, but it will happen.20 March 2013Last updated at 15:34 GMT Three-person IVF moves closer in UK By James GallagherHealth and science reporter, BBC News The UK has moved closer to becoming the first country to allow the creation of babies from three people. The Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority (HFEA) has advised the government that there is no evidence the advanced forms of IVF were unsafe. The fertility regulator's public consultation also showed "general support" for the idea as the benefits outweighed the risks. A final decision on whether to press ahead rests with ministers. If the techniques were approved it could help a handful of families each year. Around one in 6,500 children develop serious "mitochondrial disorders" which are debilitating and fatal. Research suggests that using mitochondria from a donor egg can prevent the diseases. However, it would result in babies having DNA from two parents and a tiny amount from a third donor. Concerns have been raised both about the safety and the ethics of creating such babies. The results of a public consultation at the end of 2012 showed there was support for the idea. Prof Neva Haites, who was on the expert panel supervising the consultation, said: "Broadly speaking the public was in favour of these novel techniques being translated into treatments. "They felt that any ethical concerns were outweighed by potential benefits." One of the main issues raised was of a "slippery slope" which could lead to other forms of genetic modification. 'Power stations' Mitochondria are the tiny biological power stations that give energy to nearly every cell of the body. Defects can leave the body starved of energy, resulting in muscle weakness, blindness, heart failure and death in the most extreme cases. The cigar-shaped mitochondria are passed only from mother to child. A father does not pass on his mitochondria through his sperm. Scientists have devised two techniques that allow them to take the genetic information from the mother and place it into the egg of a donor with healthy mitochondria. It is like taking two fried eggs and switching the yolks. How would it work? The result is a baby with genetic information from three people, as mitochondria have their own genes in their own DNA. The implications are not just for the couple and the child. If the therapy was performed it would have ramifications through the generations as scientists would be altering human genetic inheritance. 'Recommendations' The HFEA has advised that any changes to the law should be only for the modification of mitochondria to overcome serious diseases and that there should still be a ban on changes to the main nuclear DNA, which contains the vast majority of a person's genetic code. It also recommended continuing research and that any children born through these techniques, and possible the children's children, be monitored closely. There was vigorous discussion at the HFEA Open Meeting, where the advice to ministers was agreed, around issues of identification. In sperm and egg donation the donor is identified. The meeting agreed to advise ministers that there should be no right for the child to know the identity of the donor, however, the HFEA will tell ministers that public opinion was mixed. Mr Hossam Abdalla, clinical director of the Lister Fertility Clinic in London, told the meeting: "If a child wants to know about that, why are we so restrictive... why are we telling them we they can't have this access?" 'Astounded' Prof Lisa Jardine, chairwoman of the HFEA, said the UK was in one of the most advanced positions in the world. "Other countries are astounded that we're this far on in the discussions," she said. However, she pointed out the techniques would be used only for mitochondrial disorders: "This is not a Rubicon or a slippery slope." One of the pioneers of the field, Prof Doug Turnbull, from Newcastle University, said: "The techniques we are working on could help hundreds of women have healthy children." He said more research was required, but it was now "crucial" that the government approved the techniques in the UK. The Department of Health said mitochondrial diseases could have a "devastating impact" on families and it would consider the HFEA's advice. Making three-person IVF legal would not require a new act of Parliament, but would require a vote in both the Commons and the Lords. Speaking after the meeting Dr David King, the director of Human Genetics Alert, said: "Historians of the future will point to this as the moment when technocrats crossed the crucial line, the decision that led inexorably to the disaster of genetically engineered babies and consumer eugenics. "This was the moment at which they casually tossed the bioethical consensus of the last 30 years into the trash. And for what? "Not so mothers could avoid having sick babies, because they could do that already, through egg donation. It was so that a few dozen mothers who insisted they must be genetically related to their child could be satisfied."13 August 2013Last updated at 11:35 GMT Tibet profile Tibet, the remote and mainly-Buddhist territory known as the "roof of the world", is governed as an autonomous region of China. Beijing claims a centuries-old sovereignty over the Himalayan region. But the allegiances of many Tibetans lie with the exiled spiritual leader, the Dalai Lama, seen by his followers as a living god, but by China as a separatist threat. International attention was focused on the territory in 2008 during the run-up to the Beijing Olympics. Fatal clashes between anti-Chinese protesters and the authorities in Tibet were given wide publicity and the torch relay in London, Paris and San Francisco was dogged by pro-Tibet protests and stunts. Tibet has had a tumultuous history, during which it has spent some periods functioning as an independent entity and others ruled by powerful Chinese and Mongolian dynasties. China sent in thousands of troops to enforce its claim on the region in 1950. Some areas became the Tibetan Autonomous Region and others were incorporated into neighbouring Chinese provinces. In 1959, after a failed anti-Chinese uprising, the 14th Dalai Lama fled Tibet and set up a government in exile in India. Most of Tibet's monasteries were destroyed in the 1960s and 1970s during China's Cultural Revolution. Thousands of Tibetans are believed to have been killed during periods of repression and martial law. China accused of repression Under international pressure, China eased its grip on Tibet in the 1980s, introducing "Open Door" reforms and boosting investment. Beijing says Tibet has developed considerably under its rule. But rights groups say China continues to violate human rights, accusing Beijing of political and religious repression. Beijing denies any abuses. Tourism and the ongoing modernisation drive stand in contrast to Tibet's former isolation. But Beijing's critics say Tibetans have little say in building their future. China says a new railway link between Lhasa and the western Chinese province of Qinghai will boost economic expansion. The link is likely to increase the influx of Chinese migrants. 'Reincarnation' Buddhism reached Tibet in the seventh century. The Dalai Lama, or Ocean of Wisdom, is the leading spiritual figure; the Panchen Lama is the second most important figure. Both are seen as the reincarnations of their predecessors. The selection of a Dalai Lama and a Panchen Lama has traditionally followed a strict process. But the Dalai Lama and Beijing are at odds over the 11th incarnation of the Panchen Lama, having identified different youngsters for the role. The Dalai Lama's choice, Gedhun Choekyi Nyima, has not been seen since his detention by the Chinese authorities in 1995. There have been intermittent and indirect contacts between China and the Dalai Lama. The exiled spiritual leader advocates a non-violent, negotiated solution to the Tibet problem and accepts the notion of real autonomy for Tibet under Chinese sovereignty. China has questioned his claims that he does not seek independence. China has also accused the Dalai Lama of inciting the dozens of self-immolations that since 2009 have taken place among Tibetans opposed to Chinese rule. He rejects this and has questioned the effectiveness of such protests. Tibet's economy depends largely on agriculture. Forests and grasslands occupy large parts of the country. The territory is rich in minerals, but poor transport links have limited their exploitation. Tourism is an important revenue earner.30 October 2012Last updated at 08:06 GMT Time to heal: The materials that repair themselves By Paul RinconScience editor, BBC News website At some point in the near future you'll wear out those running shoes, break that squash racket, drop your smartphone and crack the screen. They will need to be replaced - at a cost. But what if we made things from materials that can heal themselves - like a plant or animal heals a wound? According to experts, the first products with truly self-healing properties may be just around the corner. Serious proposals for this technology go back at least as far as the 1960s, when Soviet researchers published theory papers on the topic. led by Scott White from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, that really helped to kick-start the field. The group infused a plastic-like polymer with microscopic capsules containing a liquid healing agent. Cracking open the material caused the capsules to rupture, releasing the healing agent. When the agent made contact with a catalyst embedded in the material, a chemical reaction bonded the two faces of the crack together. The polymer recovered some 75% of its original toughness. In the last decade, the team has developed and refined its capsule-based systems, recently demonstrating an electrical circuit that . Microcapsules in the gold circuit released liquid metal in response to damage, swiftly restoring electrical conductivity, and bringing self-repairing electronic chips a step closer. Co-author Dr Benjamin Blaiszik, now at Argonne National Laboratory, explained that the self-healing circuitry could find uses in a military setting where it would be exposed to extreme stresses or in long-term space applications. He adds: "Imagine if there is a mechanical failure of a microchip on the Curiosity rover, due to thermomechanical stresses, or if there had been an interconnect failure during the landing phase. There is obviously no way to manually repair nor replace the probe." The Illinois group is already commercialising their work via a spin-out company, , which has raised about $4m (?2.4m) of investment. Its chief executive, Joe Giuliani, told me the first applications of microcapsule systems are likely to be in coatings, paints and adhesives for environments where corrosion poses a challenge. "Worldwide, corrosion costs over $500bn (?312bn) a year, so it's a huge problem," he told BBC News. Oil and gas is a key area. Re-healable products are likely to find uses on platforms - where the ability to heal drilling parts would be highly desirable - in pipelines and in refineries. They would potentially last several years longer than their conventional counterparts, lengthening the periods between maintenance. "Over the life of that asset, there would be huge savings," says Giuliani. "It is out of commission for a lot less time too, which in the oil and gas business is huge. It can cost them $500,000 (?312,000) or $1m (?624,000) a day if an asset is out of service." Military vehicles, cars and ships are other targets for self-healing coatings. The firm has about 30 products in testing and development and expects to fulfil its first commercial orders in the next six months. Some manufacturers might not welcome the idea of products that last years longer than usual. But paint and coatings producers "know they can get more per gallon of paint they're selling," says Mr Giuliani, "the customers have shown us they're willing to pay the up-charge." Scott White, from Illinois University's Beckman Institute, says that healing structural damage in sports equipment or aircraft components, for example, represents a "mid-term target" for scientists. He told BBC News that the whole area of self-healing has seen an explosion of interest in the last decade, with some 200 academic papers published on the topic last year alone. And scientists are working on everything from re-healable polymers and composites (materials made from two or more different ones) to self-repairing metals and ceramics. Since 2001, two new approaches have joined microcapsules as approaches to self-repair. Taking the circulatory system as their inspiration, vascular methods rely on a network of channels (like capillaries, veins and arteries) within the material to deliver healing agent to the site of damage. Intrinsic systems, meanwhile, exploit the reversible nature of certain chemical bonds to incorporate healing abilities directly into the material. Each of the three approaches has advantages and limitations that come into play when considering applications. Microcapsules are finite: as they get used up, the material loses its healing properties. And intrinsic systems need a stimulus - such as heat or light - to trigger healing, which can be good or bad depending on the application. If the amount of damage is microscopic, capsule-based or intrinsic systems may be the best option. But, says Prof White, "if it's a large damaged volume, then neither of those approaches are going to work and you have to go with a vascular-based system". This is because they allow large amounts of healing agent to be transported to the breached area. But the sheer complexity of vascular networks presents a daunting challenge. Self-healing systems Prof Ian Bond and his colleague Dr Richard Trask at Bristol University are developing vascular networks based on hollow fibres that transmit healing agent through polymer composite materials. "A self-healing aeroplane is the idea," Prof Bond tells me. The composite materials extensively used in the structural elements of aircraft "are inherently damage prone", says Prof Bond, adding: "You often can't see it even though it can have a serious knock-down effect on performance." The Bristol team is targeting known areas of stress build-up inside the skin of a plane. "Self-healing in those sorts of areas is potentially very attractive because you know you're going to get cracks there," he explains. The challenge is likely to be in convincing aviation authorities of the technology's value and safety. So Prof Bond is working to overcome some of the hurdles facing vascular systems. The step up from microcapsules to a network in two or three dimensions, for example, presents a significant manufacturing challenge. Fluid flow - getting the healing agent through the material - represents another problem. Then there is the issue of controlling when healing happens. "If you think of blood, it doesn't clot until it's outside the vessel," he says. "You want something like that, because the danger with simple chemistries is that the whole network, once healing has been triggered, will just solidify." Despite this, says Scott White, vascular networks offer exceptional healing efficiency and vast possibilities. "In some of the laboratory tests we've done, we've been able to show we could heal something 15, 20, 30 times in a row," he says. Prof Stuart Rowan at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio, has developed a polymer-based material that in response to an intense beam of ultraviolet light. He says: "What you can imagine is essentially a paint coating on your car that you can heal whenever someone has rubbed a key down the side of it." Unlike conventional polymers, which are composed of long, chain-like molecules, this material (an example of an intrinsic system) is composed of smaller molecules. They are assembled into chains with metal ions acting as "glue" between them. UV light causes these bonds to weaken, turning the solid into a liquid. When the light is switched off, the material quickly solidifies. Prof Rowan told BBC News: "Having proved the concept, we are working on the next generation of films that utilise such concepts for photohealing but where the materials exhibit better properties better designed for a specific application." Meanwhile, Henk Jonkers and Erik Schlangen at Delft University of Technology (TU Delft) in the Netherlands want to bring self-repair to the world's most used building material: concrete. Concrete has a serious flaw: it is prone to cracks. Small cracks are a routine outcome of concrete hardening. But over time water and chemicals get inside the fractures and corrode the concrete. developed at TU Delft could improve the service life of the structure - promising considerable cost savings. Harmless calcite-producing bacteria, along with nutrients, are embedded in the concrete mixture. When water activates the dormant spores, the microbes feed on the nutrients to produce limestone, patching up cracks and small holes. Longer-term, Scott White envisages materials that respond in a more complex way to damage or wear, renewing themselves over their lifetimes, in much the way that bones do. Self-healing provides a case study in the way that biological systems can drive advances in materials, but Ian Bond says: "There's a lot more we could do with what we have?? the way we currently make composites is with flat layers and fibres all pointing in the same direction - it's that simple. "We're only beginning to understand how nature does what it does with such basic materials."17 August 2013Last updated at 14:57 GMT Timeline: Pro-Morsi protests Once again the Egyptian capital Cairo is seeing bloody clashes between security forces and anti-government protesters. This week's bloodshed is the culmination of weeks of tension at the sites of two sit-in protests mounted by the Muslim Brotherhood of ousted President Mohammed Morsi. Mr Morsi was deposed by the army on 3 July after mass protests against him. 16 August The Muslim Brotherhood calls for a "day of anger" following Friday prayers in response to the bloodshed two days earlier. The focal point for protests is Cairo's Ramses Square. The demonstrations quickly turn violent, with fierce street battles between Morsi supporters and plainclothes police and armed neighbourhood vigilantes who support the military government. Many of the dead and injured are taken to al-Fath mosque, near Ramses Square, which becomes a makeshift field hospital. The Egyptian government says 173 people have died as a result of the day's events. Over 1,000 Muslim Brotherhood members are arrested, and weapons confiscated, according to the interior ministry. 14 August Security forces move in in the early morning on the two sit-in protests where Morsi supporters had been camped out for six weeks. Tear gas is used and gunfire is heard. Armoured bulldozers are used to dismantle the camps. More than 600 people are killed in the operation, authorities say - the Muslim Brotherhood puts the death toll at more than 2,000. Clashes spread to other Egyptian cities, with reports of attacks on churches and against government buildings. The presidency announces a month-long state of emergency. Vice-President Mohamed ElBaradei announces his resignation from the interim government. 11 August Security forces threaten to clear sit-ins. A security official tells BBC Arabic the authorities had hoped the announcement to disperse them would encourage protesters to leave. However, the number of people at the sites increases and the operation is postponed. 27 July More bloody clashes between security forces and pro-Morsi protesters at the Rabaa al-Adawiya sit-in. Doctors estimate that more than 100 people were killed, but the health ministry puts the death toll at 65. Mr Morsi's Muslim Brotherhood blames the military for the deaths, accusing soldiers of shooting to kill. The government has denied this, insisting security forces only used tear gas, not live rounds. But a BBC correspondent in Cairo says the government claim appears to be untrue, given the severity and number of injuries. The Egyptian interior minister warns protesters they will "soon" be dispersed from Rabaa. 8 July At least 51 people die in clashes between pro-Morsi protesters and security forces near the Presidential Guard, where his supporters suspected he was being held. The Muslim Brotherhood said the army raided its sit-in at about 04:00 (02:00 GMT) as protesters were praying, and said that children were among the victims. 4 July Pro-Morsi protesters gather at the Rabaa al-Adawiya mosque in the eastern suburb of Medinat Nasr and Nahda Square near Cairo University to the the west. Mr Morsi and several other high-profile Muslim Brotherhood leaders are arrested. 3 July President Mohammed Morsi is deposed by Egypt's military after mass protests against him. The military suspends the constitution. A coalition of Islamist parties calls for mass demonstrations to denounce the army's actions.14 January 2011Last updated at 13:05 GMT Timeline: Silvio Berlusconi's political career Italy's pugnacious Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi has enjoyed a long political life marked by dazzling highs - and scandalous lows. He was born in 1936, and in the decades before entering politics established a successful business career - first in housing construction and then building an empire of media and corporate interests. Despite being dogged by corruption allegations, verbal gaffes and accusations of affairs with women decades younger than him, Mr Berlusconi has demonstrated remarkable political longevity in a country known for its fractured politics and short-lived governments. January 2011 The Constitutional Court rules that immunity from prosecution enjoyed by Mr Berlusconi as a serving prime minister is not automatic. After a 13 January meeting, the court says individual judges should be allowed to decide whether immunity can be invoked. In an unrelated move the following day, prosecutors announce they are investigating the prime minister for abuse of power over claims that he leaned on police to try to have a 17-year-old nightclub dancer freed from police custody. Reports say the allegations include one involving underage prostitution. Mr Berlusconi's lawyers dismiss the claims as "absurd a"
     
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  "pre-schoolers that people can be good friends with those who are very different from themselves. Even though they are identified as male characters and possess many human traits and characteristics (as most Sesame Street Muppets do), they remain puppets and do not have a sexual orientation." One can almost see Ernie guffawing away at this - though, obviously, in a totally non-sexually orientated manner. It's a coherent position. In a world where sex and sexual advertising is everywhere, Sesame Street is in the business of enchanting and educating children in that magical space - a commercial free zone. To use its icons in any campaign might seem to undermine its integrity. If you want subversive or sexualised puppets, then try Team America from the creators of South Park, a film which offers a full and free exploration of what puppets can do with almost all moving bodily parts. It's possible that I have never quite laughed so much. This argument over the purity of Bert and Ernie is its own tribute to the huge success of Sesame Street over nearly 50 years. Those cartoon characters - or their puppet equivalents - which touch us at our most formative moments of early childhood will become part of the bedrock of our cultural belonging. You may or may not like Walt Disney, but the chances are both you and your children will have had an early brush with parental death through THAT scene in Bambi. More specifically, 1950s children who still know the strapline for Bill and Ben the Flowerpot Men will have a vision of a drab, conservative but essentially decent post-war Britain, which both succoured them and gave them something to rebel against. Or perhaps I'm just talking about me. If you want a similar moment of Bert and Ernie cartoon subversion in 1960s Britain, you only have to go to the Oz obscenity trial, where the school kids' edition of the satirical magazine (edited by 17-year-olds) gave the goodie-goodie Rupert Bear - with his trademark yellow check trousers - genitals. Children, it was saying, grow up. And have things to say about the society that bred them, in this case challenging attitudes to authority and sexuality. When it comes to Sesame Street, that idea is compounded by the fact that it has been a companion to many generations of children now. Some of those who later found themselves to be gay, or had friends who were, are surely entitled to find echoes of more mature relationships in the characters. Don't tell me Kermit and Miss Piggy don't sometimes remind you of certain dysfunctional heterosexual couples you've come across. If children's cartoons are preparing us for life, then surely taking them with us into adulthood is a mark of their success rather than their failure. When it comes to my own children's experience they - and I - hit gold early. More or less as soon as they could read, someone introduced us to Calvin and Hobbes. The comic strip by American Bill Waterson was syndicated in various newspapers. (It's worth noting that mass-produced children's cartoons first arrived at the end of the 19th Century as part of a newspaper war - the funnies section a kind of pre-runner to TV, a way to keep the kids quiet while the adults got on with adult business). In our house, however, we got the cartoon in annuals - the perfect way to immerse yourself into the alternative universe of Calvin, a precocious six-year-old with fire-cracker energy, and Hobbes, his soggy stuffed toy tiger, who, as soon are they are alone together, becomes his partner in crime and philosophising best friend. Their names - theologian and philosopher - were of course deliberate. While Calvin's parents tear their hair out trying to handle this chaos of child dynamism, tiger and boy explore together the great existential questions of life, while still finding time to roll in the snow, torment a girl and travel through time and space. To this day my daughters, now in their 20s, keep an album by their bed. As, I happily admit, do I. In our family, when the going gets tough, the tough turn to Calvin and Hobbes. It was while writing this that I discovered that Bill Waterson gave up the cartoon in 1995 after only 10 years of creation. Until the end of time, there will only ever be 3,150 Calvin and Hobbes strips. Enough to secure immortality in my eyes. Which brings me to Jim Henson, puppeteer, producer, director and the mastermind behind the Muppets and deeply involved in Sesame Street, who died far too early from pneumonia at the age of 54 in 1990. A friend in New York told me a story that she heard just after his death. A little girl, aged five or six, was at the breakfast table and saw on the font page of the paper a picture of Kermit, marking the news. "Kermit? Why is Kermit in the paper?" she asked. Her parents, taking a deep breath and preparing themselves for the "early reference to death" conversation, replied: "Because the man who made Kermit has died." She looked at the picture stricken for a moment. "Does that mean Kermit is dead?" "Oh no, darling. Kermit is still alive." (What lies parents tell even as they strive for the truth.) "That's OK then," the child said, climbing off her stool and heading off into the rest of her life. Long after we have shuffled off this mortal coil, Kermit, like Bert and Ernie, will live on. Future generations can at least be sure of the frog's sexual orientation. Miss Piggy will see to that. You can follow the Magazine on and on26 April 2013Last updated at 16:47 GMT A Point Of View: Bitcoin's freedom promise Bitcoin - a currency free of banks - might have a powerful appeal. But John Gray wonders whether it could become a victim of its own success. Recent events on the small island of Cyprus were always going to have a large impact, but I doubt if anyone suspected the effect would be to boost the growth of a new kind of money. When the new Cypriot president announced in mid-March of this year that the bailout of the country's banks would be funded by seizing a percentage from the accounts of all depositors, there was an outcry. The Cypriot parliament refused to support the policy, which was withdrawn and replaced by a levy on substantial deposits, limits on withdrawals and controls on capital leaving the country. European officials dismissed suggestions that seizing the assets of depositors would be any part of future bailouts. But the damage had been done. Within days of the Cypriot president's announcement, the price of the digital currency Bitcoin began a rapid rise. Fleeing banks and the risk of governments seizing savings, people were switching into a currency that exists only in cyberspace. Cyber money of this kind has a powerful appeal. Traditional currencies such as the pound, the dollar and the euro are issued by central banks and - with the exception of the euro - each of them is backed by a national government. This may seem an advantage but nowadays currencies that are created and ultimately controlled by governments are less trusted than they used to be. While the policies that were adopted in the wake of the financial crash may have saved the world from a rerun of the 1930s, they also mean that money is steadily losing its value as a store of wealth. With near-zero interest rates, small savers are robbed as surely as they would have been if the original Cypriot plan had been implemented, just more slowly. Some try to find shelter in the stock market, but shares have not always given protection against rising prices, and many people can't afford to put their capital at risk in this way. Some seek safety in gold, which functions more like a currency than a commodity and has the advantage of being a finite resource that cannot be created out of nothing like paper currencies. But while gold cannot be printed by governments, it has in practice been closely controlled by them. It has even been claimed that the price of gold has been manipulated, with some suggesting the current sell-off has been somehow orchestrated - an idea that may be mistaken but doesn't seem quite so outlandish now that we know lending rates between banks were for a time rigged on an enormous scale. If you mistrust the financial system, it's not obvious that gold can offer a way out. This is where Bitcoin - which some of its supporters describe as digital gold - comes in. First devised and launched in 2009 by a mysterious figure going under the name of Satoshi Nakamoto, the cyber-currency is set up to be independent of monetary authorities and banks. Using publicly available software that operates via a network of about 20,000 powerful computers, units of the cyber-currency are created by the application of a mathematical formula in a process known as "bitcoin mining". An upper limit of units is built into the software. Unlike currencies controlled by governments, which can be issued in unlimited quantities, only about 21 million bitcoins can ever be mined. This means they can't lose value by inflation as all forms of paper money have done over time. Just as important, Bitcoin users needn't entrust their money to banks which will lend it out to others - at times recklessly. Equipped with cryptographic features that promise anonymity, this is a kind of money that seems immune to loss. The appeal of Bitcoin comes from the belief that it enables those who use it to step outside the shaky structures of global finance. But is this faith well-founded? The currency has been criticised as a tool of speculators and money-laundering and its value has oscillated wildly as a result of hacking. Some have condemned it as a Ponzi scheme or a speculative bubble, like the mania for tulip bulbs that raged for a few years in 17th Century Holland. Others have pointed out that since the supply cannot be increased beyond a predetermined point, Bitcoin could be more deflationary in its effects than gold. If it's successful, the currency will be hoarded and become more valuable than productive economic assets. Yet if these are some of Bitcoin's limitations, they are not the most fundamental. The true flaw of this and any other virtual currency is that it cannot deliver its users from the hazards and conflicts of the real human world. The emergence of Bitcoin confirms that money need not be created by government. Anything people come to view as money can serve some of money's functions without any governmental authorisation. Cigarettes are widely used in prisons as a medium of exchange, and paper currencies have been accepted as money even when they no longer had government backing. After the first Gulf War in 1991, dinars that had been withdrawn by the government of Saddam Hussein were used in Kurdish-controlled northern Iraq. Called "Swiss dinars" because they were printed with plates from Switzerland, this illicit currency was soon worth far more than the govern"
     
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by http://www.jpcoach-shop.tk/%E3%82%B3%E3%83%BC%E3%83%81%20%E3%81%9D%E3%81%AE%E4%BB%96-1681/ on October  12,  2013
  "thigh attached to each other, breasts, wings and backbone.Prepare the stock: In a large pot over medium heat, warm 1/2 cup of the olive oil. Sauté the wings and backbone until slightly browned on all sides. Deglaze with 3/4 cup of the wine, and add 8 cups of the water. Simmer for 1 hour over medium heat to make a light broth. Strain and set aside. Prepare the capon: Season the rest of the capon pieces with salt and pepper. In a large skillet with high sides, heat 1/2 cup of the oil and add the capon. Sauté gently on all sides until pale golden. Remove the capon, and reserve on a platter. Add the vegetables to the pan, and sauté just until warmed through. Deglaze with the remaining wine, and put the capon pieces back into the pan on top of the vegetables. Add enough of the capon broth to cover. (If there isn't enough stock, add the remaining water until you have enough liquid.) Bring to a simmer, cover, and cook until the meat falls off the bone, about 35 to 40 minutes. Carefully lift out the capon pieces and the vegetables, and store them in separate bowls. Raise the heat under the skillet, and reduce the cooking liquid by half.Meanwhile, remove the capon meat from the bones. When the liquid has reduced, place the meat back into the broth. Stir in the remaining 1/2 cup olive oil, and adjust the seasoning. Serve a scoop of the vegetables topped with the capon meat and broth. Shave some white truffle over the top of each serving. Serves 6Recipe courtesy of Italian Cooking & Living magazine.This article was originally distributed via PRWeb. PRWeb, WorldNow and this Site make no warranties or representations in connection therewith.SOURCE: Creative Agency Will Donate $23,903 to City of Refuge Catering Program(PRWEB) September 24, 2013 is proud to announce its grant recognition by Sappi North America's Ideas That Matter aimed at encouraging visual artists to create and implement integrated projects for charitable and nonprofit organizations in their communities. Since 1999, Sappis competition for good will has awarded over $12 million worldwide in grants around the globe to support their work for nonprofit programs and organizations.City of Refuge is a community- and ministry-driven organization that serves Atlanta's most impoverished families through physical, mental and spiritual rebirth. Its 180° Kitchen is one of its standout programs, preparing students for foodservice jobs that help them make a living with dignity.The proposal, which emphasizes tasting the good, was submitted on behalf of and its 180° Kitchen culinary arts and catering program, which trains Atlantas impoverished men and women with interpersonal and professional skills. Profits generated through the 180° Kitchen are used to enrich other programs within the nonprofits Atlanta-based campus, such as childcare and free health clinics.Given Atlanta's wedding economy, bustling restaurant scene, and heart for philanthropy, the project caught the panel's eye for inspired freshness that fuses creativity with business."Our goal is to raise the 180° Kitchen's profile in Atlanta as an exceptional catering business, run with pure heart and soul," Brand Fever's proposal states. Hand drawn typography and epicurean illustrations lend an organic mood to the project, while inviting copy helps translate the call-to-action for readers and neighbors. Brand Fever lead designer, Ann Parker, developed several communication pieces for the submission, including a website interface, promotional posters, flyers, business cards, and delivery truck wraps. Brand Fever, a brand and marketing firm with Fortune 500 and 100 clients, devotes a significant portion of its time and talent to organizations making a difference in their community. Good work and good will are central to the companys values, as evidenced by projects and donations in partnership with the Shepherd Center, High Museum, and ChildKind. This year's Ideas That Matter design "
     
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by seiko on October  13,  2013
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  "as a discouraged Capitol Hill staffer told me, the president is trying to entice liberals to support him (by narrowing the resolution, Why do some states tax food purchases,"? Heath was born and raised in Syracuse, Simpson trial. Reelzchannel announced that the "Female Force: Stephenie Meyer" comic -- there'll be two versions -- will hit the stands right before the "Twilight" sequel's scheduled Nov." in which the swashbuckling kitty voiced by Antonio Banderas gets to come front and center. Or at least long before Banderas hits family-fare screens this August in yet another "really-another-one? this new Obama campaign ad covers a lot of ground, Bush administration ("two wars .tax cuts for millionaires") tying presumed GOP nominee Mitt Romney to those policies and then ending with positive words for President Obamas plans (Theres even an amazing shot of a super-millionaires home) At least the ad is about policy differences rather than the usual campaign fare of outsourcing Bain and verbal gaffes Lets take a deeper look The FactsThe Obama campaign has to perform some leaps of logic because frankly the Romney campaign has not explained how his budget and tax numbers add up Romney has proposed to cut tax rates but keep revenue neutral with unspecified offsets while also boosting defense spending while reducing the deficit through largely unspecified cuts Pinning down the actual figures is a bit like nailing Jello to a wall Many experts would say Romneys proposals are simply mathematically impossible unless one engages in budget gimmicks such as assuming tax cuts will largely pay for themselves released Wednesday by the nonpartisan Tax Policy Center concluded that even accounting for higher economic growth there is no way for Romney to meet his targets without also boosting taxes on middle and lower income taxpayers The Romney campaign rejected the analysis saying it had "gaps" such as not including the potential impact from corporate tax reforms advocated by Romney Still the analysis said that the average tax cut for a taxpayer making more than $1 million would be about $87000 much lower than the ads claim of $250000So how does the Obama campaign come up with a figure of $250000 The campaign cites that did not include an effort to consider the possible tax loopholes and credits that Romney could eliminate in an effort to keep his tax reforms revenue neutral The study is even headlined: "Romney Tax Plan without Unspecified Base Broadeners" Now of course the Obama campaign ad was prepared before the new analysis was released so we cant ding it for that But campaign officials presumably knew that it was an incomplete picture After all the White House that a similar House Republican plan would result in a $107000 tax break for the wealthy after eliminating every possible tax loophole (Note: After the study was released Obama adjusted his language in Wednesday to say that people making more than $3 million would get a $250000 tax cut) The same dynamic holds true for the ads claim that Romneys plans would add "trillions to the deficit" The Obama campaign cites studies that show Romneys tax cuts without the unspecified offsets would add to the deficit In theory however would dramatically reduce spending since he proposes a cap at 20 percent of the gross domestic product (down from the current 24 percent) But that would require at least $600 billion in annual budget cuts and he identifies less than $300 billion including $60 billion from that old budget gimmick reduce waste and fraudMeanwhile Obama plays his own budget games The claim that his budget reduces the deficit by $4 trillion is simply laughable The figure includes counting some $1 trillion in cuts reached a year ago in budget negotiations with Congress So no matter who is the president the savings are already in the bankMoreover the administration is also counting $848 billion in phantom savings from winding down the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan even though the administration had long made clear those wars would end There are a number of other games being played so fake money is being used to pay for real spending projects In effect most of Obamas claimed deficit reduction comes from his proposed tax increases (We wrote about this in more detail in ) The Pinocchio TestWith incomplete figures and an unbalanced analysis the Obama campaign is casting Romneys economic plan in the worst possible light while putting an unwarranted sheen on the presidents proposalsRomneys continued failure to provide enough specifics about his plans certainly lets the Obama campaign openly speculate about the impact The president by contrast is required to present a real budget with actual figures but as we have shown he can still play budget tricks to make the numbers add up So even more detail from Romney might not make the budget dispute any clearerTwo Pinocchios()Check out our candidate Follow The Fact Checker on and friend us on Track each presidential candidate's Read Marcescence, when herbaceous greens have stolen the deer's attention, His boyhood addiction has propelled him into the business, he would later say beguiled by how he had escaped into the surreal from the mundane. this sub-narrative reminds me of something that everyone from the Brothers Karamazov to the Sisters Pointer have long known: No matter the industry or endeavor."
     
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Enterprises OK with Indian banks but say 'Put tech into IT' : BCG study
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Enterprises OK with Indian banks but say 'Put tech into IT' : BCG study
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Enterprises OK with Indian banks but say 'Put tech into IT' : BCG study
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Enterprises OK with Indian banks but say 'Put tech into IT' : BCG study
by New Balance 2013 on October  20,  2013
  "who overcame a sloppy third set to defeat a spirited challenge from 21st seed Mikhail Youzhny 6-3, looked like something you might see on a TV cooking show: There was a fake kitchen counter a tiny sink a single burner and of course a chef Richard McGeown who has worked with such culinary stars as Gordon RamsayThe five-ounce burger patty which cost more than $330000 to produce and was paid for by Google co-founder Sergey Brin arrived under a silver dome and was promptly put onto a pan to sizzle with a dab of butter and a splash of sunflower oil The smells that drifted off toward the audience (a few invited journalists and scientists) were subtle but unmistakably meatyNext came the tasting Besides Post only two people were allowed to have a bite of the test-tube burger: Josh Schonwald the American author of "The Taste of Tomorrow" and Hanni Rtzler an Austrian nutritional scientist Both said the burger tasted "almost" like a conventional one No one spat the meat out; no one cringedRtzler gave the chef an appreciative nod "Its close to meat but its not as juicy" she said "I was expecting the texture to be more soft The surface was surprisingly crunchy" She added: "I would have said if it was disgusting" Schonwald said the product tasted like "an animal protein cake"Post said that lab-cultured meat can play an important role in the future: Not only could it help feed the planet but it also could help solve environmental problems stemming from conventional meat production "At the global level if all meat would be lab-grown the greenhouse gas emissions could be reduced by 80percent and the water use by 90 percent" says Hanna Tuomisto of the European Commission Joint Research Centre who researches potential environmental impacts of lab-grown meatAs for the nutritional benefits of cultured meat the jury is still out But Boston Universitys Joan Salge Blake a registered dietician and the author of "Nutrition & You" says it has the potential to be healthier than conventional meat "If they replace the saturated fats with omega-3 fats that would be great for our health" she saidThe researchAlthough the burger was a culmination of a five-year research project it took Post only three months to grow it using stem cells harvested from a cows shoulder "Thats faster than [raising] a cow" he said Stem cells not only proliferate rapidly but can differentiate into various kinds of cells: muscle cells bone cells etc The type of stem cells that Post used called satellite cells are responsible for muscle regeneration after injury mission there. a day after the attacks in Benghazi. To hear the conversation in Washington you'd think there are no women of consequence in Obama's orbit. Yesterday,Sen John McCain (R-Ariz.884 in 2012. some just thousands."
     
Enterprises OK with Indian banks but say 'Put tech into IT' : BCG study
by ??????? ????? on October  20,  2013
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Enterprises OK with Indian banks but say 'Put tech into IT' : BCG study
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Enterprises OK with Indian banks but say 'Put tech into IT' : BCG study
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Enterprises OK with Indian banks but say 'Put tech into IT' : BCG study
by bclmcnqy on   22,  2014
  "Celle-ci s’est rapidement fait connaître au Japon, puis à l’international, pour la qualité de ses produits.Idéales à la fois pour une femme sage qui veut s’encanailler ou, au contraire, une femme à l’esprit funky qui veut pouvoir aller travailler tout en gardant son style.Porté par la divine Natalia Vodianova – qui incarne l’histoire d’amour passionnée à l’origine du Taj Mahal dans la Légende de Shalimar de Guerlain -, il devient sous nos yeux ébahis un accessoire aussi charnel que le porte-jarretelle. Les polos étaient unis et noirs, jaunes ou rouges.Finalement presque premier degré ! Dans la couleur fluo, il y a un c?té manifeste. Le costume au pantalon oublié défile en chaussettes et tee-shirts à l’encolure décalée ou est associé à un trench glacé comme la gomina sur les cheveux et la peau.Mais cela fait déjà un certain temps que la marque aveyronnaise Bleu de Chauffe a décidé de surfer sur cette « mode de l’uniforme ».Pour la saison estivale, les tons pêche, beige, bleu et blanc dominent. Vous êtes libres de choisir la forme, car toutes conviennent.Après avoir marché le long du Passeig de Gracia, vous continuerez sur l’avenue del Portal de l’Angel. lwf02mnge0523 Ce mardi 5 février 2013 pourrait donc être une date importante, puisque c’est aujourd’hui que les cinémas Gaumont et Pathé entament la phase de test de ce nouveau dispositif dans plusieurs salles à Paris, Toulouse et Montpellier.Cette idée est née dans l’esprit de deux jeunes designers de talent, Julien et Antoine, en 2007.Fa?on Marilyn Monroe dans les hommes préfèrent les blondes, cette pochette bijou est la parfaite touche glamour ! Portée avec une robe fourreau, ce modèle du soir signé Lanvin assure un style très ? red carpet ?.évidemment on le fait avec classe et raffinement en portant le Lovelink de Redline (480 € pavé de diamants) vendu au profit de l’association Sidaction (à hauteur de 100 €).En laiton doré ou argenté, avec du strass ou du cristal, ces boutons de manchette sont un accessoire idéal pour les hommes qui veulent séhabiller élégamment."
     
Enterprises OK with Indian banks but say 'Put tech into IT' : BCG study
by ezulnatr on   30,  2014
  "Les Air Jordan 1 Retro ¡¯86 Black White Pure Platinum sortiront officiellement le samedi 12 avril 2014 et seront disponibles sur Nike.Les sneakers viennent de sortir en Asie chez Hoop City et devraient arriver prochainement aux Etats-Unis et en Europe.A titre de comparaison des images de la version de 1999 tr¨¨s demand¨¦e, qui se n¨¦gocie aux alentours de 550$ sur ebay. Voici deux nouveaux coloris de Nike Air Venture: Black-Mineral Blue et Gridiron-Bright Mandarin.contrast¨¦ par du rouge et par un artwork style tattoo sur le talon et la semelle interne. Ce sera ainsi la toute premi¨¨re r¨¦¨¦dition qui vient c¨¦l¨¦brer les 23 ans du mod¨¨le.Ces Air Jordan 5 Black Grape sont inspir¨¦es des Air Jordan V Grape OG (qui seront r¨¦¨¦dit¨¦es le 4 mai 2013) mais avec un dessus en daim noir, contrast¨¦ par des accents de violet et de turquoise.Apr¨¨s la r¨¦trospective Air Jordan 2011, d¨¦couvrez notre r¨¦trospective Nike! Cette ann¨¦e, la marque au swoosh a notamment introduit les nouvelles technologies Hyperfuse et Vac Tech (VT) avec de nombreuses releases: Dunk, Air Max, Air Force. Les sneakers sont en daim et sortiront au mois d’ao?t.La derni¨¨re ¨¦tape du World Basketball Festival s’y d¨¦roulera du 20 au 24 juillet. lwf02mnge0523 La paire affiche un dessus en daim et mesh gris avec une semelle mouchet¨¦e.Nike et Liberty of London ont de nouveau collabor¨¦ pour concevoir une collection qui se compose de plusieurs mod¨¨les pour femmes: une Nike Air Max 1, une Nike Dunk Sky High SneakerBoot, une Nike Air Revolution Sky High et une Nike Roshe Run Hi SneakerBoot.Pour l’instant, ce n’est qu’une PE (Player Exclusive) pour Carmelo.Pour cette paire, Nike nous propose une sortie exclusivement europ¨¦enne, un fait rare qu¡¯il faut absolument souligner.Jordan Brand a pr¨¦vu de sortir quatre nouvelles Air Jordan Retro V."
     
Enterprises OK with Indian banks but say 'Put tech into IT' : BCG study
by cybfiqyh on   30,  2014
  "Bas¨¦ sur un colori simple; Cool Grey, mudguard noir et quelques ¨¦l¨¦ments comme la bulle d’air dans un vert apell¨¦ Hyper verde.Voici de nouvelles images de la Air Jordan 2010 ¡°Silver Anniversary¡±.Cette Air Jordan 6 GS Valentine’s Day est destin¨¦e ¨¤ la gente f¨¦minine et est dot¨¦e d’un upper enti¨¨rement en cuir argent¨¦ contrast¨¦ par des accents de rose et de noir. D¨¦couvrez la vid¨¦o dans la suite!KAYO JUMPMAN DECK GIVEAWAY from KAYOTV on Vimeo.C’est parti pour les soldes d’hiver sur Nikestore: jusqu’¨¤ -50% de r¨¦duction sur une s¨¦lection de sneakers, hoodies, t-shirts, vestes. Elle sera disponible sur le Nikestore ¨¤ 9h du matin au prix de 140€.Jordan Brand nous d¨¦voile les releases pour le mois de septembre.Les Air Jordan VI Retro Motorsports Edition sortiront en F¨¦vrier 2010. La Air Jordan V est sortie originalement en 1990 et la m¨ºme ann¨¦e, c’est le Prince de Bel-Air qui a fait son apparition ¨¤ la t¨¦l¨¦vision am¨¦ricaine.Les chanceux qui auront un ticket pourront se procurer la paire. lwf02mnge0523 La paire est ¨¦galement disponible sur Crooked Tongues au prix de 130¡ê.Pour se procurer une paire, il y en a 23 en tout, contactez Kickkspott.La collection Lotus Jazz sortira le lundi 16 juillet, ¨¤ 10h du matin, dans la boutique Liberty Of London et sur leur site en ligne.D¨¦couvrez les photos dans la suite, en attendant la date de release qui n’a pas encore ¨¦t¨¦ d¨¦voil¨¦e.La Nike Legend Low est de retour dans un nouveau coloris arborant un dessus en fibre de carbone noire contrast¨¦e par du cuir noir et des accents de rouge sur la languette et la semelle."
     
Enterprises OK with Indian banks but say 'Put tech into IT' : BCG study
by ekftokow on   30,  2014
  "Les sneakers arborent un dessus en cuir et mesh noir contrast¨¦s par des accents de violet et d’orange, couleurs des Phoenix Suns.On trouve ¨¦galement deux paires pour femmes plut?t originales avec une combinaison de diff¨¦rents mat¨¦riaux et un effet marbr¨¦.Trois nouveaux coloris de Nike Blazer Mid PRM VNTG Suede viennent de sortir sur le Nikestore au prix de 100€: green-grey, red-grey et blue-grey. Ca change des coloris auxquels on ¨¦taient habitu¨¦s sur ce mod¨¨le.Ce nouveau coloris nous rappelle une autre Jojo, la Air Jordan VIII ¡®Orange Blaze¡¯ sortie en 2008. Si la Air Jordan IV Military Blue avait d¨¦j¨¤ ¨¦t¨¦ r¨¦¨¦dit¨¦e en 2006 et ¨¦tait sortie en masse, restant de long mois sur les ¨¦tals des footlockers, la Air Jordan IV White Cement devrait ¨ºtre beaucoup plus attendue, car elle n’¨¦tait jamais ressortie depuis 1999, date ¨¤ laquelle le Nike Air se substituait encore au Jumpman actuel.La paire est en vente en ¨¦dition limit¨¦e chez les anglais de Endclothing.Les sneakers reprennent le coloris des crampons Nike Mercurial Vapor IX Silver Volt sorties en 2002 et ont une base argent¨¦e combinant une sorte de mesh honeycomb et cuir textur¨¦, contrast¨¦ par un swoosh noir et des touches de jaune volt. Les sneakers ont un upper noir avec des d¨¦tails glow in the dark qui sont d’un imprim¨¦ graphique qu’on retrouve ¨¦galement sur la doublure.La Nike Air Mariah dont le colori OG white ultramarine a ¨¦t¨¦ d¨¦j¨¤ vu sur la Nike Air 180, devrait sortir en avril 2010 mais c’est d¨¦j¨¤ en pre-order sur endclothing. lwf02mnge0523 Les chaussures sont inspir¨¦es des mocassins, elles ont une empeigne en daim premium tress¨¦ avec une semelle Lunarlon pour un maximum de confort.Ces Air Jordan 1 Retro ¡¯89 Fire Red sortiront officiellement le samedi 13 juillet 2013 sur le Nikestore ¨¤ 9h du matin au prix de 120€.Les Air Jordan 3 Retro White/Cement Grey-Fire Red sont de retour l’ann¨¦e prochaine.Le upper ¨¦tant tr¨¨s souple il se nettoie facilement et ne se d¨¦forme pas.Les sneakers ont ¨¦t¨¦ port¨¦es par Scottie Pippen durant les Jeux Olympiques d’Atlanta en 1996."
     
Enterprises OK with Indian banks but say 'Put tech into IT' : BCG study
by jibjabst on February  23,  2016
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