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To create a better future for our planet, we all must get involved. So McDonald’s is doing its part using our scale for good, to source of food responsibly, promote renewable energy and use it efficiently, reduce waste and increase recycling. The impact? 150 million tons of carbon emissions prevented. Equal to 32 million cars

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Hello, this is Stephen Harrison, meteorologist at the National Weather Service in San Diego, and here is a 3 minute video briefing on the upcoming wet weather expected for late this week. The weather pattern today shows generally weak northwesterly flow aloft and a weak ridge of high pressure to our west, resulting in generally

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A Japanese rocket, carrying a precipitation-tracking satellite successfully blasted into orbit early Friday. The so-called Global Precipitation Measurement satellite is the first of five earth science launches NASA has planned for this year, and is a joint project with Japan’s space agency JAXA. NASA says the 9-hundred million U.S. dollar GPM satellite is the most

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Hello again. A short, sharp burst of extreme heat moving into populated areas of southern and eastern Australia for the next couple of days could break all-time January maximum temperature records in some places. The heat will come along with dangerous fire conditions, with fire authorities having declared total fire bans for parts of South

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Australia’s most trusted weather website has gone mobile. With the Bureau of Meteorology’s mobile website, we’ve made it quick and easy for you to check Australia’s official weather forecasts, where ever you are. Pin-point the most accurate, tailored information with ‘location services’. At a glance, you’ll see: the current temperature, what it actually feels like,

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Shooting out in the cold. You know the feeling. Shorter days, lower temperatures, snow, ice, gusty winds. With all the seasonal challenges facing a photographer, here are some tips to get you through the cold. First and foremost, don’t wear shorts! Water resistant and moisture wicking materials are great for keeping you dry. A good

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You ever wondered how to make evaporated milk? You know, you buy that little can. It’s 12 ounces; and, it’s a $1. Well, I have discovered that I can buy a gallon of milk for a dollar eighty eight, two bucks;… and, I can take 30 ounces of it, which is about a little more

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Welcome to the video briefing for the current weather pattern change bringing light precipitation, local strong winds through the mountain slopes and cooler temperatures Hazard and Impact table for the next 7 days A weak weather disturbance moves through Thursday night and Friday morning, and then a weak surface high pressure builds over the Great

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Welcome to the Climate and Water Outlook for July–September 2019. Drier- and warmer-than-average conditions are likely to continue for July through to September for much of southern Australia, with an increased risk of frost. But first, let’s look at recent conditions. Very dry conditions have persisted through large parts of southern Australia, prolonging the drought

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If you’re cooking and the recipe calls for heavy cream, you might consider making this simple swap for a healthier you. Try evaporated skim milk instead of the cream. It’s easy to swap out cup for cup, but there’s a big drop in fat content. One cup of heavy cream contains 414 calories with 44

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