Name (required) Mail (required) (not be published) Website EVENTS & ENTERTAINMENT | FOOD & DRINK | THE ARTS | REAL ESTATE | HOME & GARDEN | WELLNESS | SOCIAL SCENE | GETAWAYS | PARENTS & KIDS top box 1 Pasadena’s Burger-Flipping Robot is Being Called Up by the Majors, Signed by Dodgers to Fry Chicken Tenders From STAFF REPORTS Published on Thursday, July 26, 2018 | 2:09 pm Get our daily Pasadena newspaper in your email box. Free.Get all the latest Pasadena news, more than 10 fresh stories daily, 7 days a week at 7 a.m. Subscribe faithfernandez More » ShareTweetShare on Google+Pin on PinterestSend with WhatsApp,Virtual Schools PasadenaHomes Solve Community/Gov/Pub SafetyPASADENA EVENTS & ACTIVITIES CALENDARClick here for Movie Showtimes Community News Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * Top of the News More Cool Stuff Pasadena’s ‘626 Day’ Aims to Celebrate City, Boost Local Economy FLIPPY GOES BLUE from Miso Robotics on Vimeo.Flippy, the burger flipping robot that debuted earlier this year at a Caliburger restaurant in Pasadena, will start cooking fried chicken tenders at Dodger Stadium in August, becoming the first robotic kitchen assistant to work in a North American sports venue.Miso Robotics, the Pasadena-based AI (artificial intelligence) company that assembled Flippy, said the robotic assistant will work alongside stadium employees to cook and serve fresh chicken tenders and tater tots around the middle of next month.The Dodgers Stadium attracts as many as 50,000 customers daily, says a USA Today report.“Flippy is being called to the majors,” David Zito, Miso Robotics CEO, told the news magazine.Miso Robotics agreed with the Los Angeles Dodgers, its hospitality partner Levy, and its tech and analytics company E15 Group, to bring AI and robotics to the stadium’s kitchen, completing some of the more time-consuming, repetitive tasks, and allowing all employees currently working at the stand to take on more strategic guest-focused roles. Employees will manage the kitchen assistant, finish dishes, and interact more with fans and guests, according to a joint press release.“Levy and Miso are doing some very creative things to blend technology and food service, and as a forward-thinking company ourselves, we’re grateful for the opportunity to test and implement it at Dodger Stadium,” Tucker Kain, the Dodgers’ Chief Financial Officer and Managing Director of Guggenheim Baseball Management, said. “When it comes to our food experience, we’re all for advances that help with quality and speed of service for our fans.”Levy and Miso started a strategic partnership in March to trial and assess AI and robotic assistants in sports and entertainment venues. The Dodgers Stadium project builds on that partnership and Flippy’s successful debut as the world’s first autonomous robotic kitchen assistant.After Levy participated in Miso’s Series B funding round, the two companies collaborated to expand the robotic kitchen assistant’s skillset and test its fry-cooking abilities in a concessions setting. Levy chefs also trained one-on-one with Flippy to help Miso perfect the cooking process.“Speed of service and food quality form lasting impressions when fans leave a ballgame,” Jaime Faulkner, CEO of E15, said. “AI and robotics have the potential to enhance both areas, while allowing employees to add value to the fan experience through more one-on-one interaction; technology that enables employees to be more successful will influence the future fan experience.”Zito said adapting Flippy into a fryer assistant with the Levy team has been a great opportunity to demonstrate the scale of his company’s platform.“We shared the vision that this technology would be a win-win – improving working conditions for stadium employees and improving the game experience for fans,” Zito said.The Dodger Stadium pilot project is scheduled to run through the end of the 2018 Dodgers season. 4 recommendedShareShareTweetSharePin it First Heatwave Expected Next Week HerbeautyHow To Lose Weight & Burn Fat While You SleepHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeautyThe Most Heartwarming Moments Between Father And DaughterHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeautyFinding The Right Type Of Workout For You According AstrologyHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeautyAt 9 Years Old, This Young Girl Dazzled The World Of FashionHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeautyFollow This Summer Most Popular Celeb Beauty TrendHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeauty8 Celebrities Who’ve Lost Their FandomsHerbeautyHerbeauty Business News Community News Home of the Week: Unique Pasadena Home Located on Madeline Drive, Pasadena Pasadena Will Allow Vaccinated People to Go Without Masks in Most Settings Starting on Tuesday Make a comment
An NUS Report on the experiences of ethnic minority students, entitled the ‘Race for Equality’, has prompted some Oxford students to question whether the university cares about diversity.This is despite a spokesperson for the University stating, “Oxford takes diversity very seriously. The University has an Equality Policy designed to provide an environment that promotes equality, values diversity”. The report, released on Sunday, declared that racism is more widespread in higher education than commonly perceived and that one in six black students have experienced racism in their current institution. The survey determined that while the majority of black students were happy with their institutions, 23% described them as “cliquey” and 7% as “racist”.The report, which questioned 900 students over two years, also urged universities to avoid a “Eurocentric bias” within curriculums, highlighting the fact that a third of black students reported feeling unable to bring their particular perspective into their academic work.It was also said that many black students believed themselves to be “actively excluded” from the Russell Group of leading universities due to institutional racism in the application process and that due to the smaller numbers at these institutions black students who study there would be “more vulnerable” to racism.Benson Egwuonwu Jr., St Catz JCR President-elect, commented, “This report is the latest in a trail of negative stories about the hostility of universities towards black students, and is not encouraging news for prospective candidates for Oxbridge or the Russell Group universities.“It is true that Oxford is a majorly white, middle class institution, yet that is not to say that there is no diversity present.”He added, “My experience so far…has been fantastic, and I have no complaints of racism. However, if black students have experienced racism from university institutions, then it certainly should not be tolerated, and should be tackled swiftly and firmly.”However, when asked whether they felt satisfied within their friendship group, one black student said, “I wouldn’t say I feel excluded, but sometimes…completely out of the blue there is a shocking level of ignorance.”They said that while their friends and family did not negatively judge them, “Sometimes they do rinse me for going to Oxford.”When asked about the University’s committment to the issue, they said, “No I don’t think they care about diversity.”However, Daniel Stone of OUSU’s CRAE (Campaign for Racial Awareness and Equality), stated that the University “does recognise that more needs to be done to promote racial equality”.Stone also highlighted the fact that while there were often only a few cases of “overt” racism, most issues faced by black students would be caused by “ignorance, thoughtlessness or a perception of people from different cultures based purely on media stereotypes”.OUSU’s Tom Perry, VP (Welfare and Equal Opportunities) commented, “It is disturbing that such a high proportion of black (African, Arab, Asian and Caribbean) students have experienced racism, or have found their learning environment to be isolating, cliquey or hostile.”NUS President, Aaron Porter responded to the report stating that, “We have a long way to go to close the participation gap for black students in education. If black students feel unwelcome in classrooms this must be addressed by tackling the very real racism that still exists on our campuses.”
a new wave of free school applications, building on the 212,000 places created by free schools since 2010 £50 million funding to expand the number of places at existing good or outstanding selective schools alongside measures to give more disadvantaged pupils the opportunity to attend these schools new support for faith schools where there is demand for good school places fresh agreement with the independent schools sector to help improve outcomes for pupils of all backgrounds Parents and Teachers for Excellence Director Mark Lehain said: Today’s moves will build on the hard work of teachers and the success of the government’s reforms, creating 825,000 new school places since 2010 with 1.9 million more children now in good or outstanding schools.Education Secretary Damian Hinds said: We are very pleased that, like other good and outstanding schools, selective schools now have access to a fund to allow them to expand their premises. This is particularly important at a time when there are increasing numbers of pupils reaching secondary age and such high demand from parents for selective school places. We look forward to working with the Department for Education through the memorandum of understanding, to continue and further extend the work that member schools have undertaken in recent years, to increase access for disadvantaged pupils and to support other schools to raise standards for all children. Grammar School Heads’ Association Chief Executive Jim Skinner said: New good school places in areas where they are needed most will give more children from all backgrounds the world-class education they deserve, under plans announced today (11 May 2018) by Education Secretary Damian Hinds.The package of measures will create more school places, giving parents greater choice and raising education standards – including in disadvantaged areas. It will include: Today’s announcements follow the schools that work for everyone consultation, which set out the government’s ambition to ensure there is a good school place for every child, whatever their background. The measures will create more places across the diverse school system, giving families greater choice and raising standards for pupils.Wave 13 of free school applications to deliver further innovation and parent choiceThis latest applications round will target areas where there is a demand for places and a need to help raise school standards, giving more families access to a good school place. Nearly 400 free schools are open.More places at good grammar schools and support for disadvantaged pupilsThe government is launching the Selective Schools Expansion Fund, with £50 million available for 2018 to 2019 so that existing selective schools can expand their premises to create more places. This will give parents greater choice and give more children, from all backgrounds, access to a good school place. Schools will have to submit a fair access and partnership plan setting out what action they will take to increase admissions of disadvantaged pupils.Research shows pupils from disadvantaged backgrounds attain better results in selective schools and around 60% of these schools already prioritise these children in their admissions. For example, King Edward VI in Birmingham actively encourage more pupils from less privileged backgrounds to join their schools, including considering 11+ results for disadvantaged pupils separately to their non-disadvantaged counterparts. A memorandum of understanding with the Grammar School Heads’ Association has also been unveiled, outlining its commitment to widen access and work with local schools to raise standards for all children.Faith schools to help meet local demand for school placesThere are many good or outstanding faith schools and more want to open. The government will retain the 50% cap on faith admissions for free schools but will develop a scheme to help create new voluntary-aided (VA) schools for faith and other providers to meet local demand, supported by capital funding. The VA route already allows for schools to apply to open with up to 100% faith based admissions. The department will work with local authorities to create these schools where they are needed, subject to a 10% contribution from the provider to the capital costs.To support the measures to promote social cohesion announced in the integrated communities strategy, these schools – as all schools do – will continue to be expected to play an active role in their communities. This could include twinning with other schools and ensuring diversity on the governing board. Examples of schools already doing this include St Joseph’s Catholic Junior School in Leyton, which has a strong record of working with local Muslim, Jewish, Christian and non-faith schools.Universities and independent schools building partnerships with state schools to raise attainment and widen accessFollowing the schools that work for everyone consultation, we have established a dedicated unit that works with universities and independent schools to develop and strengthen partnerships with state schools to help raise attainment and aspiration for all pupils. A number of institutions have already come forward to do this including independent and state schools working together to support school improvement. The Department for Education has today published a joint understanding with the Independent Schools Council, setting out how it will work in partnership with state schools and, in particular, help pupils from disadvantaged backgrounds. The higher education sector is also supporting these objectives and, in February, the Office for Students set out what is expected of universities with regard to participation and access.This package of measures builds on the government’s support for the most disadvantaged children and the drive to raise academic standards in poorer areas of the country, including: Children only get one chance at an education and they deserve the best, wherever they live and whatever their background. Standards are rising in our schools and we’ve created hundreds of thousands of new places since 2010 but we want to make sure every family can access a good school. By creating new schools where they are needed most and helping all great schools to grow, we can give parents greater choice in looking at schools that are right for their family – and give children of all backgrounds access to a world-class education. a plan to improve social mobility, boosting opportunities for all young people the £72 million opportunity areas programme to raise standards and improve outcomes in twelve disadvantaged areas of the country steps to transform education for children with additional needs more than £45 million awarded to successful multi-academy trusts to help tackle underperformance and improve schools in areas that lack capacity, particularly in disadvantaged areas of the country The new wave of free schools announced today is fantastic news for communities across the country. Already hundreds of towns and tens of thousands of families have benefitted from the addition of great new schools to our system, and the next wave, targeted at areas that haven’t yet had this, will ensure the benefits are felt wider still.
The International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) Foundation has questioned a push from the EU to make changes to its accounting rules.The Foundation has issued a call for stakeholders to respond to a European Commission consultation on a possible power to allow the bloc to adapt IFRS for the EU.It warned that any bid to develop a localised version of IFRS could undermine the G20’s objective of creating a single set of global accounting standards.In a statement posted on its website , it said: “It is not clear why the EU would consider departing from this goal at a time when the EU is rightly concerned about global economic standards being under tremendous pressure more generally.” Under existing legislation governing the use of IFRS in the EU, although the Commission can carve out provisions, it is unable to add requirements.On 21 March the Commission published a questionnaire seeking feedback on a possible ‘carve in’ power along with other measures.The Commission described the move as a “fitness check” intended to assess the relevance of the EU’s public reporting framework.Question 19 of the survey asked whether it was “still appropriate that the [International Accounting Standards] regulation prevents the Commission from modifying [IFRS] given the different levels of commitment” to it across jurisdictions.Critics of plans to diverge from IFRS have argued that it could also harm the ability of EU companies listed in the US to file IFRS-compliant financial statements without the need to reconcile those accounts with US generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP).A carve-in could, however, allow the EU to make provision in its financial reporting framework for transactions covered poorly by existing IFRS rules, such as pension plans of the type popular in the Netherlands, Belgium and Switzerland.Prior to a rule change in 2007, IFRS-compliant foreign issuers were required to show the difference between their accounts and local GAAP in a number of key areas – among them pensions.Interested parties have until 21 July to comment on the measures.New IASB framework reintroduces prudence conceptThe International Accounting Standards Board (IASB) has announced the release of its revised conceptual framework .In it, the IASB has reintroduced a reference to prudence, describing it as enhancing characteristics of the concept of accounting neutrality.The project to revise the framework has been keenly followed by the Local Authority Pension Fund Forum (LAPFF), which represents public sector funds in the UK.The LAPFF lobbied the board to reintroduce the concept of prudence into the framework after it was removed in 2010, in part to align the IFRS with US standards.Critics of the move argued that its removal from the framework could lead the board to develop accounting standards that were inherently imprudent in their nature.Opponents of the concept, however, claim that it creates secret reserves in the accounts that are unavailable to shareholders.FRC rebuts LAPFF criticismMeanwhile, the UK’s Financial Reporting Council (FRC) has hit back at a call from the LAPFF for it to be scrapped .Sir Win Bischoff, chair of the accounting watchdog, wrote in a letter to the forum : “We are concerned… that there are a number of inaccuracies and errors in your published introductory remarks and are anxious to dispel these so that others have a more informed understanding.”The publication of the rebuttal statement follows the release of the FRC’s latest three-year strategy document .Among its plans for the next three years, the FRC said it would focus on directors’ obligations under section 172 of the Companies Act 2006 to promote the long-term success of their businesses.It planned to involve its Financial Reporting Lab in climate-change reporting, and said it wanted to “consider the longer term development of corporate reporting”, which was described as covering “the role, purpose and relevance of the annual report in its current form”.
2. Pedro (Barcelona) – Click right to find out who the final piece of the jigsaw might be… – Last summer Arsenal landed Alexis Sanchez in a brilliant transfer coup and they could return to the Nou Camp for another player this time out. The forward has seen his appearances severely restricted due to the attacking triumvirate of Lionel Messi, Neymar and Luis Suarez. A £24million move could be attractive for all parties involved. Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has claimed Arsenal are just four top-class players away from having at team who could once again be invincible.“It’s even more difficult to dominate [the Premier League] than before,” said the Portuguese boss.“How can you speak about domination when everyone knows what will happen next summer? Give to Arsenal four top-class players and I think they will again be the Invincibles.”And considering the Gunners have only lost two of their last 18 Premier League matches, it’s actually not such a crazy claim from Mourinho.Back in 2003/04 the Gunners won the Premier League title while going the whole season without a single defeat with Arsene Wenger’s squad including the likes of Thierry Henry, Robert Pires, Patrick Vieira, Ashley Cole, Gilberto Silva, Sol Campbell and… Pascal Cygan.But which four players could conceivable turn the Gunners from also-rans into a second invincible side? talkSPORT takes a look.Click the right arrow to see the four top-class stars Arsenal should sign… 4 4. Signing Ilkay Gundogan from Borussia Dortmund could be the first step in turning Arsenal into the Invincibles again – Click the right arrow for another top-class star who could make Arsenal unbeatable again! – “Give to Arsenal four top-class players and I think they will again be the Invincibles, said Jose Mourinho, but who could those signings be? German midfielder Gundogan is finally getting back to his best after injury problems curtailed his progress at the Westfalenstadion. His playmaking skills from deep could make him the perfect foil for the combative Francis Coquelin. 3. Iker Casillas (Real Madrid) – Click right to see which other La Liga star could join the Gunners… – In recent months David Ospina, a £3million summer signing from Nice, has usurped Wojciech Szczesny but the Colombian has an air of eccentricity about him that suggests a calamity could be just around the corner. But it appears the Gunners prayers could be answered with the news Spain star Casillas is keen on a move to the Emirates. Signing the 33-year-old would see them have a goalkeeper to rival Thibaut Courtois, Hugo Lloris and David De Gea. 4 4 4 1. Mats Hummels (Borussia Dortmund) – If Arsenal are to go another season undefeated the key will be their defence. When they went unbeaten they only conceded 26 goals, while this season they have let in 36 already, although this is still the third best in the Premier League. Per Mertesacker is on the wane as an elite centre-back and Gabriel is still adjusting to life in England, a move for World Cup winner Hummels would see Laurent Koscielny play alongside a truly brilliant defender.
12 July 2016“Children are more likely to pass and stay in school when they are taught with their optimal language at primary level,” said Siya Masuku, author and illustrator of Siyafunda, a book made for children learning isiZulu at a primary level.It all started with a conversation Masuku had with his mother, a primary school teacher in Soweto. She was concerned because there was a shortage of books at the school. “When I was growing up, my siblings and I were fortunate to have access to books at home,” he said. “The impact of our conversation made me realise how important it was to create Siyafunda.”The book’s title aptly means “we are learning”. Siyafunda is designed for children learning isiZulu at a primary level. (Image: Supplied)Unesco, the UN Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, supports a multilingual approach to education. In its Advocacy Kit for promoting Multilingual Education: Including the Excluded, Unesco’s Principles on Language and Education it stated that “mother-tongue instruction is essential for initial instruction” and the best way to maintain literacy was to have a quality supply of reading materials.The organisation estimated 40% of the global population did not receive an education in a language they spoke or understood.Watch:Never too early tolearnMasuku started making the book in January 2015, taking about a year to lay the foundations. “We are still making it to this day.”The book, he said, focused on the phonetics of the isiZulu language. “The learner is able to pronounce all 25 alphabets in the isiZulu language through the aid of an isiZulu teacher.” Siyafunda is designed to focus on learning the phonetics in isiZulu. (Image: Supplied)It makes use of compelling visuals and new words to add to a learner’s daily vocabulary, especially in early childhood education.There is also an English translator page for non-isiZulu speakers, making it easier to understand for those who don’t read isiZulu.“Siyafunda aims to increase a growing interest in approaching literacy and learning as an extramural activity.”It would be available to schools in early 2017, Masuku said.Further plansThe goal is to create a digital version of the book to be made available online. Working with Danieteach, Masuku created a platform for learners to subscribe to Siyafunda, enabling them to learn isiZulu no matter where they were.“The best feature is the narration, done by Mamoroa Ledwaba, who is an isiZulu teacher by profession,” he said. “This means learners will be able to access Siyafunda with the guidance of a virtual teacher.”
Tags:#user-generated content#web After months of work, social trip planner Stay.com is getting ready to unshutter and launch a much more robust Version 2.0. “Basically, we created 2.0 by filling in all the blanks other sites like Expedia, TripIt, TripAdvisor, NileGuide, and all the others left undone,” said Phil Butler, PR rep for the company. When Stay.com first launched, it featured a very limited roster of cities. When Stay.com 2.0 launches on June 15th, it will do so with 50 cities instead of a handful and with the same assisted-DIY, social travel focus. Stay.com 2.0 will offer templates and travel information from previous users, as well as the ability to add your own research in order to build a guide to a place. Each added element, called an “object” can be pulled into others’ guides or itineraries, which they call “stays.” Social web elements create communication across boundaries between travelers, turning it from a source to a platform. Traditional and necessary elements of travel sites, like booking assistance and reservations are also provided. Social media elements are not rare in travel sites and Stay.com is not battling in a wide-open arena. Dopplr, TripSay, TripWiser and Nextstop are all heavily focused on online social contributions. Turning each entry, photo and other piece of information into an “object” that can be re-purposed by a traveler for each new “stay,” makes it intriguing. So does the ability to draw from standard design and presentation elements, giving it a professional look. If, as they promise, the drive for full mobility is achieved, that will help as well. But because each new guide adds to the overall utility of the site, the development and sustainability of a community is likely to be key to Stay.com’s success. Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Market A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting Related Posts curt hopkins
Four years later, after an NCAA investigation discovered troubling information at North Carolina, the school has decided to mark receiver Hakeem Nicks’ school records with an asterisk because he played while academically ineligible as a senior.In its investigation, the NCAA found that Hakeem Nicks — now a star receiver on the Super Bowl champion New York Giants — benefited from “academic fraud.” His violation: He received improper academic help in 2008 from a tutor implicated in the scandal at North Carolina, the Raleigh News and Observer reported.In a sweeping discovery in March, the NCAA found UNC responsible for violations including academic fraud, impermissible agent benefits, participation by ineligible players and a failure to monitor the football program. UNC received three years’ probation and a ban from the 2012 postseason. The school also chose to vacate all 16 wins for 2008 and 2009, reduced nine scholarships over the next three academic years and put the program on two years of probation.It was a stinging punishment but could have been worse; the level of improper conduct and lack of control was that widespread.The school had not specifically acknowledged Hakeems’ ineligibility by adding an asterisk by his name in school records until Thursday.Nicks, a speedy, sure-hand receiver, holds the Tar Heels’ record for career receiving touchdowns with 21, and TDs in a season with 12 in 2008. He also holds records for receiving yards in a career with 2,840, in a season with 1,222 in 2008, as well as the career receptions record with 181 and season record with 74 in 2007.He was a first-round pick of the Giants in 2009 and has had an outstanding NFL career so far, helped lead them to a Super Bowl champion this season.The asterisk next to Hakeem Nicks’ name will refer to a note that says “participation later vacated due to NCAA penalty,” the News and Observer reported.
FORECASTER: G. GREENE /C.G Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppBahamas, June 29, 2017 – Nassau – THIS IS A PUBLIC FORECAST FOR THIS AFTERNOON AND TONIGHT THURSDAY 29TH JUNE 2017 ISSUED BY THE BAHAMAS DEPARTMENT OF METEOROLOGY AT 12PMGENERAL SITUATION: A SURFACE TROUGH ACROSS THE NORTHWEST BAHAMAS WILL WEAKEN AND MOVE WEST OF THE AREA THIS EVENING AS FRONTAL BOUNDARY DISSIPATES NEAR CENTRAL FLORIDA. MEANWHILE LARGE HIGH PRESSURE RIDGE ACROSS THE ATLANTIC OCEAN WILL CONTINUE TO SUPPORT BRISK WINDS OVER THE CENTRAL AND SOUTHEAST BAHAMAS.SPECIAL WARNINGS: MARINERS AND BEACHGOERS ACROSS THE CENTRAL AND SE BAHAMAS SHOULD BE ALERT FOR THE MODERATE RISK OF RIP CURRENTS AND DANGEROUS SURF ALONG EASTERN SHORELINES.NORTHWEST BAHAMASWEATHER: VARIABLE CLOUDS, HOT AND HUMID WITH WIDELY SCATTERED SHOWERS OR ISOLATED THUNDERSTORMS TODAY, SOME LOCALLY HEAVY AT TIMES. PARTLY CLOUDY AND WARM TONIGHT WITH THE CHANCE OF A PASSING SHOWER OR TWO.ADVISORY: BOATERS SHOULD BE ALERT FOR GUSTY WINDS AND HIGHER SEAS IN OR NEAR HEAVY SHOWERS OR THUNDERSTORMS.WINDS: EAST TO SOUTHEAST AT 10 TO 15 KNOTS OVER OPEN WATERS, FALLING LIGHT AND VARIABLE AT TIMES.SEAS: 2 TO 4 FEET OVER THE OCEAN.CENTRAL AND SOUTHEAST BAHAMAS.WEATHER: PARTLY SUNNY, HOT AND BREEZY WITH PASSING SHOWERS OR A POSSIBLE THUNDERSTORM LIKELY TODAY. FEW CLOUDS AND BREEZY TONIGHT WITH THE CHANCE OF ONE OR TWO PASSING SHOWERS.ADVISORY: SMALL CRAFT CAUTION CONTINUES FOR THE CENTRAL AND SOUTHEAST BAHAMAS.WINDS: EASTERLY AT 15 TO 20 KNOTS OVER OPEN WATERS.SEAS: 4 TO 7 FEET OVER THE OCEAN.DAYTIME HIGH TEMPERATURE 91 °F 33 °COVERNITE LOW TEMPERATURE 77 °F 25 °CSUNSET: 8:03 PM THU SUNRISE: 8:04 AM FRIMOONRISE: 12:03 PM THU MOONSET: 1:18 AM FRIHIGH TIDE: 1:10 PM THU 1:27 AM FRILOW TIDE: 7:19 PM THU 7:56 AM FRIWEATHER OUTLOOK FOR FRIDAY: PARTLY TO MOSTLY SUNNY, HOT AND HUMID WITH FEW PASSING SHOWERS OR POSSIBLE ISOLATED THUNDERSTORMS.TROPICAL WEATHER OUTLOOK: TROPICAL CYCLONE FORMATION IS NOT EXPECTED DURING THE NEXT 5 DAYS. Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Related Items: