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[Homework]CNN 2016-04-24

Our primary story today includes results from the New York primary. Tuesday's US presidential nomination contests there was a significant boots to the front runner of both major political parties.   
Businessman D. claimed victory for the Republicans. He was born in the b. of Queens in New York City. His win in New York moved him closer to the 1237 delegates a Republican would need to clinch the party nomination. Mr. Trump now has 847. Texas Senator Ted Cruz has 553. Ohio governor, John C., has 148 delegates.  Former Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton, wasn't born in New York but she represented the state as US senator. Her win moved her closer to 2883 delegates a Democrat would need to clinch the party nomination. She now has 1443 pledge delegates and 487 super delegates. V. Senator B. has 1183 pledge delegates and 40 super delegates.
We're 10 days away from the official start of the Atlantic hurricane season and cosmetologists of Colorado State University have issued their predictions of what kind of season this could be. They're expecting 12 named storms will form this year and that 5 would become hurricane. This about average for the season that runs from June 1st through November 30th, though hurricanes can form outside those days. Forecasting hurricanes is not an exact science. Predictions from
Colorado State and the National Hurricane Center have often missed the mark. Still, they can help Americans and relief workers prepare in advance. One additional complication this year, though, El Niño, natural warning of Pacific Ocean temperature that can affect weather patterns all over. El Niño is weakening and that could increase hurricane chances in Atlantic or make them just entirely unpredictable.          El Niño and La Niña play a critical role in weather not only around the US but around the world. Now, meteorologists still don't have a critical ball but looking at La Niña and El Niño can give us a good indicator of weather patterns in the next couple of weeks and even months. Let's take El Niño first of all, across section of Pacific Ocean and you can see all the deep red where the trade winds relax, warmer than normal waters are able to spill to the eastern portion of Pacific, bringing storming conditions to the west coast of the US as well as South America along the equator. Very different from a neutral year. You can see the Pacific Ocean in balance are normal upwelling in the eastern Pacific and warmer waters in the western Pacific. La Niña has more upwelling than normal and so you can see all of these cool waters spilling over much of the Pacific, warmer than normal waters in the western Pacific, bringing storming conditions there. But, it's not just the Pacific, you need to keep in mind during these years. It's the Atlantic as well. The jet stream rise further to the south during an El Niño year increasing that wind shear and bringing us fewer than normal hurricanes in the Atlantic and more than normal in the Pacific typically. And during a  La Niña year, we could see an increase in hurricanes in Atlantic and fewer in the Pacific that jet stream riding high to the north, creating a little less wind shear.         


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[Homework]CNN 2016-04-24
Our primary story today includes results from the New York primary. Tuesday's US presidential nomination contests there was a significant booth to the front runner of both major political parties. Businessman D. claimed victory for the Republicans. He was born in the b. of Queens in New York City. His win in New York moved him closer to the 1237 delegates a Republican would need to clinch the party nomination. Mr. Trump now has 847. Texas Senator Ted Cruz has 553. Ohio governor John C, has 148 delegates.  Former Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton, wasn't born in New York but she represented the state as US senator. Her win moved her closer to 2883 delegates a Democrat would need to clinch the party nomination. She now has 1443 pledge delegates and 487 super delegates. V. Senator B. has 1183 pledge delegates and 40 super delegates. We're 10 days away from the official start of the Atlantic hurricane season and cosmetologists of Colorado State University have issued their predictions of what kind of season this could be. They're expecting 12 named storms will form this year and that 5 would become hurricane. This about average for the season that runs from June 1st through November 30th, though hurricanes can form outside those days. Forecasting hurricanes is not an exact sign. Predictions from Colorado State and the National Hurricane Center have often missed the mark. Still, they can help Americans and relief workers prepare in advance. One additional complication this year, though, E, natural warning of Pacific Ocean temperature that can affect weather patterns all over. E is weakening and that could increase hurricane chances in Atlantic or make them just entirely unpredictable. E and L play a critical role in weather not only around the US but around the world. Now, meteorologists still don't have a critical ball but looking at L and E can give us a good indicator of weather patterns in the next couple of weeks and even months. Let's take E first of all, across section of Pacific Ocean and you can see all the deep red where the trade winds relax, warmer than normal waters are able to spill to the eastern portion of Pacific, bringing storming conditions to the west coast of the US as well as South America along the equator. Very different from a neutral year. You can see the Pacific Ocean in balance are normal upwelling in the eastern Pacific and warmer waters in the western Pacific. L more upwelling than normal and so you can see all of these cool waters spilling over much of the Pacific, warmer than normal waters in the western Pacific, bringing storming conditions there. But, it's not just the Pacific, you need to keep in mind during these years. It's the Atlantic as well. The jet stream rise further to the south during an E year increasing that wind shear and bringing us fewer than normal hurricanes in the Atlantic and more than normal in the Pacific typically. And during a L year, we could see an increase in hurricanes in Atlantic and fewer in the Pacific that jet stream riding high to the north, creating a little less wind shear.
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