Click here if you’re unable to view the photo gallery on your mobile device. SAN FRANCISCO — These Warriors have not been in this situation before.After coming back from 21 points down on Friday against the Utah Jazz only to lose by three, the Warriors (3-15) on Monday let a 15-point lead slip away in their 100-97 loss to the Oklahoma City Thunder (6-10) at Chase Center.For a team that has taken pride in their ability to play until the final buzzer despite double-digit deficits this season, …
Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest A winter storm system is moving across the Great Lakes today. The good news is that it will miss a large majority of Ohio. In fact with this storm tracking from the Champaign IL area last night around midnight to between Toledo and Defiance OH this morning, to south of Kitchner, Ontario by mid to late afternoon, we stay in the warm sector over most of the state, leading to mostly rain. Now, in far NW Ohio, we can see accumulating snow this morning through the day. However, we likely only pick up a coating to 3 inches there, and then some snow on the southern shore of the Lake this afternoon. It could be a lot worse! Northern IL has been getting and is getting hammered. Same for lower Michigan. Liquid equivalent from the event remains nearly the same as we projected last week, at .2”-.7” over 95% of Ohio. It is interesting to note, and we need to pay attention in NW Ohio, that this is a storm that is very heavily dependent on track and distance. For example, yesterday back in western IL, only 50 miles separated a tornado warning area from a blizzard warning area! So…the closer you get to Michigan…the more you need to be on the lookout for more snow. Precipitation lingers into this evening, but should be done in most areas by midnight or so. However, Lake effect snows kick in in north central and Northeast Ohio tonight, and can continue through the day tomorrow and even into early Wednesday. We can expect some significant snow totals in NE Ohio in particular, by midweek.The rest of the state sees nothing tomorrow, Wednesday and Thursday. Clouds will be around and may be tough to break at times, and we turn significantly colder than this past weekend, but we have no new precipitation. Clouds build Thursday afternoon. This will be ahead of a warm front that lifts through overnight Thursday night into Friday morning. Precipitation totals can be from .1”-.4” liquid equivalent with coverage at 70% of the state. We can see a mix of precipitation types, as warm air is surging in, but may not be here immediately at the outset of moisture Thursday night. We should see a brief push of clearing Friday afternoon.Rain is back for Saturday and Sunday, and we could see a lot of it. We look for half to 1.5” rain totals over 100% of the state. All liquid. The map at right shows the set up Saturday evening.We see clouds to start next week, and we can’t rule out flurries Monday and Tuesday on the backside of the weekend system. But temps are falling. Clouds mix with sunshine next Wednesday and Thursday. The rest of the extended 11-16 day period gets more active again. Clouds increase for Friday the 7th, and we see rain change over to snow as the day wears on. Some of that snow can be heavy into Saturday morning, but it is way to early to dive into the track of the event. Lake effect snows continue on Sunday the 9th. We see partly sunny skies over most of the state for the start of the following week on the 10th and 11th. However, lake effect snows remain over the northern third of the state those days.
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Really? Granit Xhaka insists Arsenal heading in right directionby Paul Vegas3 days agoSend to a friendShare the loveGranit Xhaka insists Arsenal are heading in the right direction despite Monday’s loss to Sheffield United.The Gunners were outplayed by the recently promoted side, who won the match through Lys Mousset’s first-half strike.The loss means Arsenal missed the chance to go third on the table, but Xhaka says they are staying positive about the season.Asked if the club were heading in the right direction, “Of course.”If not we are in the wrong position but we believe in our stuff.” About the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say
Eli Gold has been broadcasting Alabama football games since 1988. In that time, he has seen the Crimson Tide capture four national championships and six SEC titles. To many ‘Bama fans, he is an indelible part of the program. To thank him for his time broadcasting for the program, Alabama football awarded Eli Gold with a 2014 SEC Championship ring.Sincere thanks from the bottom of my heart to the U. Of Alabama staff and players for the SEC championship ring. pic.twitter.com/JYazNIrJTL— Eli Gold (@EliGoldBama) August 21, 2015Gold is clearly very touched by the honor, and the response from the Alabama faithful. He responded to the dozens of fans who congratulated him on Twitter.Congratulations, Eli. You deserve it.
Cassius Winston Michigan State CommitMichigan State head coach Tom Izzo has done it again. Friday, the Spartans officially landed the services of four-star point guard Cassius Winston. Winston chose MSU over Stanford and Pittsburgh during a ceremony at his high school – Detroit Jesuit. Cassius Winston selects @msubasketball today! pic.twitter.com/yOKAYj5q8C— Athletics (@udjesuitsports) September 18, 2015Detroit Jesuit guard Cassius Winston just committed to Michigan State. Tom Izzo may be on the verge of his best recruiting class ever.— Dan Wetzel (@DanWetzel) September 18, 2015Winston, who is listed at 6-foot-2, 194 pounds on 247Sports, joins five-star guard Joshua Langford and four-star power forward Nick Ward in Michigan State’s 2016 class. If the Spartans are also able to land five-star small forward Miles Bridges, they may have the top recruiting class in the entire country.