Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest We have more precipitation moving across Ohio today, but we are going to see a few hours worth of break in the action into early afternoon. Wave number one developed back into late yesterday and overnight, and is winding down this morning. Wave two comes this later this afternoon through the night tonight. The second wave looks to stay a little farther south, but still will be able to put down decent moisture from US 30 southward. We still see warm air aloft, but likely have trouble completely ridding ourselves of a colder pocket near the surface. So, that means we can see rain or wet snow flakes, or even both later today. This can bring minor additional accumulations of wet snow in central parts of the state up to US 30, while areas in far southern OH likely see more liquid from the system. The good news is that moisture is relatively minor. Liquid equivalent precipitation totals will be a few hundredths to half an inch max except for far southern Ohio where action lingers through tomorrow morning. There we can see closer to another inch total.Tomorrow starts with clouds, but we see those breaking up in the afternoon. We can even see some sunshine before the day is through. Partly to mostly sunny skies expected for the rest of the week, Wednesday through Friday. We will be cold for Wednesday and Thursday with temps well below normal, and then see some moderation on Friday.A few snow flurries may pop up Saturday morning, but otherwise we expect a mix of clouds and sun for the balance of the weekend. Temps climb to above normal levels. Next week looks dry Monday and Tuesday but temps pull back a bit. Then for Christmas day on Wednesday, we cant rule out a few sprinkles or flurries, but right now the biggest threat of action stays west of the state. Honestly, the biggest precipitation threat for the next 1o days is upon us right now, starting late yesterday and getting out of here by tomorrow morning. The map at right shows moisture potential for the combined next 10 days, and pretty much all of it comes here in the next 24 hours.
Tags:#enterprise#news Data is held in memory (instead of on disk) for maximum throughput, which eliminates buffer management.VoltDB distributes data – and an SQL engine to process it – to each CPU core in the server cluster.Each single-threaded partition operates autonomously, eliminating the need for locking and latching.Data is automatically replicated for intra-cluster high availability, which eliminates logging.VoltDB performance scales out near linearly by simply adding additional servers to the cluster.Other database projects that store data in memory include Oracle‘s TimesTen and MySQL when using Memcached.The recently funded startup FluidInfo‘s FluidDB is also experimenting with new approaches to the database.Last year we asked whether relational database is doomed due to its problems scaling. VoltDB’s may save the relational database paradigm by solving the scalability issue and implementing innovative new features while retaining the advantages of the traditional model. Non-relational databases will probably continue to play a role in enterprise, but relational databases clearly aren’t dead yet. VoltDB, an open-source “next generation” database, graduated from beta last week. The company, under the leadership of Postgres and Ingres co-founder Mike Stonebraker, claims its product is extremely scalable and 45-times faster than traditional database products. VoltDB is targeting enterprises such as software-as-a-service providers, financial traders, online businesses or any organization that requires “systems with large, fast-growing transaction volumes.” VoltDB is one of many projects trying to re-invent the database.After over 30 years of dominance, the traditional relational DB model is being challenged by several companies. Charles Babcock, writing for Information Week, compares VoltDB to Cassandra, CouchDB and MongoDB, three non-relational database projects. Babcock notes that unlike those projects, which aren’t designed as transactional systems, VoltDB will “always return the same answer to a query,” and preserves developers’ ability to use SQL.Other VoltDB features include: IT + Project Management: A Love Affair Related Posts klint finley Massive Non-Desk Workforce is an Opportunity fo… 3 Areas of Your Business that Need Tech Now Cognitive Automation is the Immediate Future of…
The desert state of Rajasthan may want to permanently ban the cliché, ‘like the deserts miss the rain,’ as heavy downpour for the third consecutive day led to flood-like situations in Sirohi, Jalore and Pali districts.The State’s lone hill station, Mount Abu in Sirohi district, received an unprecedented 770 mm of rain in 24 hours. Statistics show that until 2010, the 100-year record for a single-day of rain in Mt Abu was 653 mm in 1992. The only comparable deluge after was a 453 mm downpour in 2015. According to A.K. Srivastava of the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD), Pune, this was “possibly” the maximum rain ever received in the region.In comparison, the torrential rain that brought Mumbai to a standstill in 2005 was 944 mm and 644 mm on July 26 and 27, whereas Chennai was brought to its knees in 2015 with a cumulative November tally of 1,049 mm.A rise in extreme rainfall events, according to experts, is the consequence of a spike in temperatures across India in recent decades, and its effect on the monsoon. “Mt. Abu being hilly may not see a situation like Mumbai. But it is now well established that these rain records are a fall-out of global warming,” Mr. Srivastava said. Mount Abu is at an elevation of 4,000 ft above sea level.As incessant rains created chaos in the hill station, a large number of people were marooned, and the 28 km-long road that connects it to the Abu Road railway station was partially damaged.Tanveer Hussain, a medical officer at the government hospital in Mount Abu, told The Hindu that life was thrown out of gear as it had been raining incessantly for the past two days. “There were two incidents of landslide, but thankfully, the route to Abu Road is still somewhat functional despite partial damage,” he said. “All the markets, offices and schools in the town were closed.”(With inputs from Jacob Koshy)
Podcasts – audio files that listeners can either directly download to their computers or mobile device or play online – are a great way to learn stuff in an informative and entertaining way especially if you do not have the time to sit down and sift through numerous education blogs.,Podcasts – audio files that listeners can either directly download to their computers or mobile device or play online – are a great way to learn stuff in an informative and entertaining way especially if you do not have the time to sit down and sift through numerous education blogs. There are plenty of fascinating and informative options that are worth listening to which range from movies, music and pop-culture, tech news, food, product reviews and educational information. Here’s our short list of four informative podcasts so you can learn on the go.EcontalkThis is a series which takes place as a one-on-one discussion between Russell Roberts and another guest. An insightful discussion on the history of economics, EconTalk is one of the best podcast on the financial market today. The show highlights the theory behind economics and explains situations and topics that a wide variety of people can understand and relate to. The major theme of the podcast revolves around the evolution of markets and other economic phenomenon. However it sometimes also ventures into additional themes like the economics of sports, health and education. The show has featured some Nobel Laureates like Gary Becker, Milton Friedman and Joseph Stiglitz.From Stanford To StartupKevin Systrom and Mike Krieger, the co-founders of Instagram, one of the biggest online mobile photo sharing and video sharing service, narrate their first hand experience of the entrepreneurial process. Former Mayfield fellows with the Stanford Technology Ventures programme, the duo discuss the lives of entrepreneurs. They talk about identifying problems to solve and maintaining a balance between work and life. Through the podcast they also challenge the many myths surrounding startups.Science Refutes GodThe podcast by Intelligence Squared Oxford Style Debates revolves around the belief in the existence of God and also questions the co-existence of science and religion. In the panel stand Lawrence Krauss and Michael Shermer for the motion while Ian Hutchinson and Dinesh D’Souza stand against the motion. advertisementApart from the intriguing debates, the podcast along with the many others demonstrate the art and skill of high-level debating on issues like terrorism, religion, education and politics.Why Everybody Who Doesn’t Hate Bitcoin Loves ItBitcoin is described as ‘virtual gold’ and is viewed as a potential new technology that could underlie any number of transactions. The podcast begins by explaining what a bitcoin is and then goes on to highlight the enormity of the idea of a Bitcoin. It busts the myth that Bitcoin is only a digital currency. Featuring Stephen Dubner and Andreessen, a web pioneer, the podcast captures the gist of the controversy surrounding Bitcoin. It also touches upon the freedom the Bitcoin affords to criminals and addresses the major question on how widely Bitcoin will be accepted.