Perspectivas de Las Condiciones Del Tiempo en el Trópico

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PERSPECTIVA SOBRE LAS CONDICIONES DEL TIEMPO EN EL TROPICO
EMITIDO POR EL CENTRO NACIONAL DE HURACANES EN MIAMI FLORIDA
TRADUCCION POR LA OFICINA DEL SERVICIO NACIONAL DE METEOROLOGIA SAN
JUAN PR 800 AM EDT LUNES 1 DE JUNIO DE 2015

PARA EL ATLANTICO NORTE…EL MAR CARIBE Y EL GOLFO DE MEXICO:

NO SE ANTICIPA LA FORMACION DE CICLON TROPICAL DURANTE LOS PROXIMOS
CINCO DIAS.

HOY COMIENZA LA TEMPORADA DE HURACANES DEL OCEANO ATLANTICO… LA
CUAL SE EXTIENDE HASTA EL 30 DE NOVIEMBRE. LOS PROMEDIOS A LARGO
PLAZO PARA EL NUMERO DE TORMENTAS…HURACANES…Y HURACANES MAYORES
NOMBRADOS SON 12…6…Y 3…RESPECTIVAMENTE.

LA LISTA DE NOMBRES PARA LA TEMPRADA DEL 2015 ES LA SIGIENTE:

NOMBRE PRONUNCIACION NOMBRE PRONUNCIACION
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ANA AH-NAH LARRY LAIR-REE

BILL BILL MINDY MIN-DEE

CLAUDETTE KLAW-DET NICHOLAS NIH-KUH-LUSS

DANNY DAN-EE ODETTE OH-DEHT

ERIKA EHR-IH-KUH PETER PEE-TUR

FRED FREHD ROSE ROHZ

GRACE GRAYSS SAM SAM

HENRI AHN-REE…

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Last living Cub to play in World Series dies at 98

The Cotton Boll Conspiracy

Merullo

The Chicago Cubs are known for futility. How feeble have the Cubbies been over the decades? They’ve not only gone more than a century without winning a World Series, there is no longer anyone alive who participated in a World Series as a member of the Cubs.

Lennie Merullo, the last living individual to play for the Cubs in the World Series, died Saturday at age 98.

Merullo, a shortstop who played for Chicago from 1941 to 1947, took part in three games during the 1945 World Series against the Detroit Tigers.

Chicago, going up against a Tigers team that featured such stars as Hank Greenberg, Hal Newhouser and Virgil Trucks, lost in seven games. The Cubs haven’t been to a Fall Classic since.

Merullo recalled not too long ago that after the 1945 Series, the Cubs imagined they’d make it back soon enough.

“Yeah, sure,” he said. “We never…

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CDT day 25: oh magical mountain wonderland

CARROT QUINN

May 29
Mileage 28
557.5 miles hiked from Mexico

It doesn’t rain. It doesn’t rain! Oh, cowboy camping, how I’ve missed you. There is one single mosquito bumping against the cold tip of my nose and the moon is growing moonier as it waxes but no matter. I sleep wonderfully!

Today we walk on trail all day. And not only that, but there’s a stream running alongside the trail. And not only that, but we seem to have left the desert behind and entered some sort of magical high-altitude forest wonderland of quaking aspens and damp green meadows full of little yellow flowers. And there is water everywhere– burbling and tea-colored, alongside the trail and on the trail itself, we are walking in it, sloshing around. It’s icy but we don’t care. The snow was just here! And now a riot of wondrous flowers!

We take the wrong junction…

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