Weather maps – Luxembourg Globe http://luxembourgglobe.com/ Mon, 23 May 2022 19:49:18 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://luxembourgglobe.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/09/icon-5.png Weather maps – Luxembourg Globe http://luxembourgglobe.com/ 32 32 Gaia’s new Overland GPS maps help you plan, navigate and explore https://luxembourgglobe.com/gaias-new-overland-gps-maps-help-you-plan-navigate-and-explore/ Mon, 23 May 2022 19:49:18 +0000 https://luxembourgglobe.com/gaias-new-overland-gps-maps-help-you-plan-navigate-and-explore/ Home » Motors » Gaia’s New Overland GPS Maps Help You Plan, Navigate and Explore Gaia GPS adds specific land maps to make sure you know when and where you can drive, camp and explore. Yes, even offline. Gaia GPS has an extensive collection of maps for hikers, cyclists and off-road drivers. Now Gaia offers […]]]>

Gaia GPS adds specific land maps to make sure you know when and where you can drive, camp and explore. Yes, even offline.

Gaia GPS has an extensive collection of maps for hikers, cyclists and off-road drivers. Now Gaia offers Overlanders a more comprehensive mapping option. Called Gaia Overland, it includes logging roads, BLM trail data, and other routes. Plus, it adds road closure dates, permitted vehicles, and public land boundaries to ensure you never get lost or find yourself on the wrong track.

Gaia GPS maps are well recognized in the world of outdoor recreation. The platform offers topographic maps that include more than just the terrain. The app consists of United States Geological Survey and US Forest Service maps. It also has hiking trails, campsites, and National Geographic Trails maps.

Cards that accompany you

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Last year, Gaia GPS added Android Auto compatibility to its app. This made it the first backcountry navigation app to work with Google’s in-car system. Users can now display any Gaia GPS map on the vehicle’s infotainment screen. And unlike Google Maps and other app-based maps, Gaia Maps are available offline, with full details and turn-by-turn directions.

Don’t worry, Apple users; it also works on CarPlay.

The app is growing from a target audience of off-roaders to full-on overlanders and riders of ATVs, UTVs, and motorcycles.

Gaia Overland maps show you everything but the landscape

Gaia Overland
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Gaia Overland maps include OpenStreetMap roads and trails data, USFS roads and trails data, and Bureau of Land Management roads and trails data. It even has USFS motor vehicle use cards.

These maps show where you can drive a motor vehicle in the National forest system. They even tell you what classes of vehicles can use the road, what seasons they’re open to, and many other travel rules and regulations. (Experience a side-by-side view previous Gaia map layers compared to the Overland map upgrade.)

Gaia can tell you about road surface types (gravel, sand, etc.) and vehicle constraints (freeway allowed, bikes only, etc.). Land maps can tell you if the road is closed for the season and give you the road number for unmarked roads and trails.

Gaia GPS can also show you weather maps and even wildfire activity to help you know what to pack, what to expect and when to stay home.

Many of these cards are available individually elsewhere. What makes Gaia different is that it combines all the data into one downloadable map. For example, the USFS uses maps that do not have topographic data, and sources with topographic data do not have all roads or all types of vehicle access.

Find points of interest, public lands and more

Because landing means you’re not always on a path, beaten or not, Gaia Overland helps you stay in the places you’re allowed to be. Maps show public land boundaries to help you stay on the right side of the law. It will also help you find sites where camping is allowed.

In addition to pure map data, Gaia Overland has Points of Interest (POI). Gas stations and scenic viewpoints are featured on the maps, as are springs, peaks, mountain passes, and more. Many points of interest and hiking trails have additional information to educate you on what is there.

All you need is an Android or iOS phone or tablet to use the maps. To use them on your dash you’ll need Android Auto or Apple CarPlay, but a typical phone holder works almost as well. Get lost or end up on the wrong track using these maps, and you’re probably not cut out for the great outdoors.

You will need a Gaia GPS Premium subscription for map catalog and offline GPS capability. The service costs $40 per year and Gaia offers a $20 promotion for the first year.

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Gaia GPS brings in-vehicle backcountry navigation to Android Auto
Gaia GPS is now bringing its comprehensive map collection and backcountry capability to Android Auto and Google, for total navigation in the car, on the phone and on the trails. Read more…
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Immersive View is the future of the mapping platform https://luxembourgglobe.com/immersive-view-is-the-future-of-the-mapping-platform/ Sun, 22 May 2022 07:35:42 +0000 https://luxembourgglobe.com/immersive-view-is-the-future-of-the-mapping-platform/ The name has been around for months. Google Maps 3D through the media and generates a lot of interest, because the name promises great things. A few days ago, the product was finally announced under the not so catchy name “Google Maps Immersive View”, which has extremely great potential and probably shows the future of […]]]>

The name has been around for months. Google Maps 3D through the media and generates a lot of interest, because the name promises great things. A few days ago, the product was finally announced under the not so catchy name “Google Maps Immersive View”, which has extremely great potential and probably shows the future of the mapping platform. Because you don’t want to dwell on the pretty pictures.



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Thanks to many data sources, Google Maps is visually impressive, because you can see many points on the earth from the satellite view, partly from the point of view of an airplane, through user photos and, well safe, also from the street view. From the combination of all these sources, the AI ​​of Google Maps creates the new immersive view, which will soon be available for certain metropolises of the world. This was originally expected to be a neater rendering of Google Earth, as it is here on the blog. have described, but it is much more.

Immersive View delivers stunning visuals and, for the first time, truly gives users the feeling of virtually flying over cities. For now there are only images and the video embedded below, but it looks very good and, despite similar capabilities, it’s a big leap from Google Earth. Admittedly, all of this is not entirely computed by AIs, and map editors will sometimes have to lend a hand, but in principle we have probably managed to make such renderings possible with relatively little effort.

It will be many years before Immersive View is available worldwide and it remains to be seen whether AIs can maintain and update this data. But the first step has been taken to bring such a realistic display to the browser. But you shouldn’t stick to the beautiful presentation, because you want to develop it even more.

The announcement already stated that it could implement different weather displays, so it could even display live weather on said images. Additionally, real-time traffic and congestion forecasts were mentioned as potential datasets that could be incorporated into these images. Exactly what it should look like has yet to be shown. In any case, the classic green, yellow and red lines no longer fit into this fancy 3D view. Will the traffic jam be represented with virtually positioned vehicles? It would look like a game.

Immersive View is not a modified Google Maps, but just an additional display variant. However, I think this view could become the norm with the long term map display and leave the satellites and street view in the background. Therefore, we want to present a lot of information. I could very well imagine that location search results can be displayed well there, perhaps with buildings that can be flexibly hidden to ensure a clear view. Similar to live traffic, one could also depict the live rush.

Something like this becomes interesting for route planning, which can be displayed more realistically than ever. In terms of navigation, this might be overkill and would be more of a distraction than a help, but this area can still benefit from a photorealistic interactive landmarks section. The theme will undoubtedly accompany us in the years to come, we look forward to it.

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Golden Fire in Yuba County | Maps, Evacuations, Updates https://luxembourgglobe.com/golden-fire-in-yuba-county-maps-evacuations-updates/ Fri, 20 May 2022 17:09:00 +0000 https://luxembourgglobe.com/golden-fire-in-yuba-county-maps-evacuations-updates/ According to the US Forest Service, Highway 49 in Marysville and Ridge Roads are closed due to smoke. YUBA COUNTY, Calif. – A structure fire has evolved into a small wildfire in the Tahoe National Forest in Yuba County. The fire started Friday morning just south of Camptonville and east of New Bullards Bar Reservoir, […]]]>

According to the US Forest Service, Highway 49 in Marysville and Ridge Roads are closed due to smoke.

YUBA COUNTY, Calif. – A structure fire has evolved into a small wildfire in the Tahoe National Forest in Yuba County.

The fire started Friday morning just south of Camptonville and east of New Bullards Bar Reservoir, according to the Yuba County Office of Emergency Services. The U.S. Forest Service said the fire started as a structural fire and spread to vegetation, crossing Highway 49. Firefighters say about 5 acres have burned so far and a structure was damaged, the structure from which the fire originated.

According to the US Forest Service, Hwy. 49 in Marysville and Ridge Roads is closed due to smoke. The US Forest Service asks people to stay out of the area.

We are monitoring a fire just south of Camptonville/east of New Bullards Bar Reservoir. We understand staff…

Posted by Yuba County Office of Emergency Services on Friday, May 20, 2022

According to the US Forest Service, there are no evacuations at this time.


According to Cal Fire, the 2021 fire season started earlier than previous years, but also ended earlier. In January 2021, just under 1,200 acres burned due to nearly 300 wildfires. The fires resumed in the summer when the Dixie Fire burned in five northern California counties – Butte, Plumas, Shasta, Lassen and Tehama. The Dixie Fire started on July 13 and was not brought under control until October 25, burning nearly a million acres. It has since become the second largest wildfire in state history and the largest non-complex fire.

Overall, 2.5 million acres were burned in 2021 from 8,835 wildfires. Over 3,600 structures were destroyed and 3 people killed.

If you live in a wildfire-prone area, Cal Fire suggests creating a defensible space around your home. A defensible space is an area around a building in which vegetation and other debris are completely clear. At least 100 feet is recommended.

The Department of Homeland Security suggests putting together an emergency kit of important documents, N95 respirator masks, supplies to take with you if you have to leave at any time. The agency also suggests signing up for local alert system notifications and learning the best about your community’s evacuation plans to prepare you and your family in the event of a wildfire.

Some counties use Nixle Alerts to notify residents of severe weather, wildfires, and other news. To sign up, visit www.nixle.com or text your postcode to 888777 to start receiving alerts.

Read more: Are you ready for wildfires? Here’s what to do to prepare for fire season.

PG&E customers can also subscribe to SMS, email or phone call alerts. If you are a PG&E customer, visit the Profile & Alerts section of your account to register.

What questions do you have about the latest wildfires? If you are affected by wildfires, what would you like to know? Text the ABC10 team at (916) 321-3310.

Watch more from ABC10: Finding your escape route in a forest fire | must know

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Pennsylvanians vote for 2022 primaries under recut maps – NBC10 Philadelphia https://luxembourgglobe.com/pennsylvanians-vote-for-2022-primaries-under-recut-maps-nbc10-philadelphia/ Tue, 17 May 2022 16:57:34 +0000 https://luxembourgglobe.com/pennsylvanians-vote-for-2022-primaries-under-recut-maps-nbc10-philadelphia/ Voters from both parties on Tuesday chose Pennsylvania state officials to be their nominees for lieutenant governor this fall and some prominent GOP leaders in the General Assembly found themselves in tight races. Republicans elected state Rep. Carrie Lewis DelRosso to run in November with their pick for governor, state senator Doug Mastriano. Democrats have […]]]>

Voters from both parties on Tuesday chose Pennsylvania state officials to be their nominees for lieutenant governor this fall and some prominent GOP leaders in the General Assembly found themselves in tight races.

Republicans elected state Rep. Carrie Lewis DelRosso to run in November with their pick for governor, state senator Doug Mastriano. Democrats have given their gubernatorial nominee, Attorney General Josh Shapiro, his pick for second-in-command, Rep. Austin Davis.

DelRosso, in his first term in the General Assembly, prevailed in a nine-candidate race, while Davis easily beat state Representative Brian Sims, whose vigorous campaign could not overcome the Shapiro’s endorsement for Davis. Both DelRosso and Davis are from Allegheny County.

Davis, a McKeesport resident, has been a state representative since 2018 and is a former executive aide to Allegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald, a prominent elected Democrat. DelRosso is a former borough council member who runs a public affairs and marketing firm.

In Pennsylvania, candidates for governor and lieutenant governor are not paired in the primary ballot, but run as a ticket in the fall.

The Lieutenant Governor is the Chairman of the Board of Pardons and presides over sessions of the State Senate.

As the votes were still being counted late Tuesday, the Republican chairs of the powerful Appropriations Committee of both state legislative chambers were in very close races – Sen. Pat Browne, of Lehigh County, and State Rep. Stan Saylor , of York County.

Another veteran member of the York County Republican House, Rep. Keith Gillespie, was also in close competition.

In another fiercely competitive primary, state Rep. Summer Lee, D-Allegheny, was neck and neck with attorney Steve Irwin for an open seat in Congress in the Pittsburgh area.

Pennsylvania voters also voted in primary contests for 17 congressional seats on Tuesday. The state’s delegation to the US House was 18 – nine Democrats and nine Republicans – before one delegate was lost due to 2020 census figures.

At the State House, three races have pitted incumbents in districts where the primary winner is likely to be sworn in in January.

Northwest of Harrisburg, Rep. Perry Stambaugh was well ahead in the GOP primary against Rep. Johnathan Hershey. Southwest of Allentown, Republican Representative Ryan Mackenzie had a large lead over Representative Gary Day. And in Philadelphia, Democrat Chris Rabb won the primary against Representative Isabella Fitzgerald.

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These maps show how wildfires are changing in the United States https://luxembourgglobe.com/these-maps-show-how-wildfires-are-changing-in-the-united-states/ Mon, 16 May 2022 04:01:28 +0000 https://luxembourgglobe.com/these-maps-show-how-wildfires-are-changing-in-the-united-states/ Over the past two decades, the area burned by wildfires in the western United States has quadrupled; in the Great Plains, it is sevenfold. The number of individual wildfires has also increased in almost all parts of the country, and as climate change progresses, the fires will get worse. A new tool helps show how […]]]>

Over the past two decades, the area burned by wildfires in the western United States has quadrupled; in the Great Plains, it is sevenfold. The number of individual wildfires has also increased in almost all parts of the country, and as climate change progresses, the fires will get worse. A new tool helps show how likely your house or apartment (or a house you might want to buy) will be to wildfires.

“To date, nothing from government or private industry has looked at the specific wildfire risk of a building today, how your home might be affected, and then how that will change over time. next 30 years because of climate change,” says Matthew Eby, founder and executive director of First Street Foundation, the nonprofit that released the new tool, called Fire Factor.

[Image: courtesy First Street Foundation]

The team developed a peer-reviewed model that takes into account multiple factors, from topography to the presence of combustible fuels like trees, and then ran it repeatedly under a wide range of weather conditions. “We need to run this model 100 million times, on all of its components, to create a probabilistic map of how wildfires can move across the landscape,” says Ed Kerns, chief data officer at the First Street Foundation. . For each property, the model takes into account specific building materials and age, as older homes may be less likely to have features such as vents that prevent hot embers from being sucked into an attic.

[Image: courtesy First Street Foundation]

A tool the nonprofit built earlier, called Flood Factor, calculates the risk of flooding in specific homes. Now the flood and fire tools will be available on a site called Risk Factor. The same data will also be available on Realtor.com, where potential buyers can quickly understand the risks of any property.

The risks are not limited to states like California or Colorado; fires are also increasing across much of the country, including southeastern states like the Carolinas, Kentucky and Tennessee. “There’s a lot of fuel there, a lot of forest, a lot of vegetation,” Kerns says. “And it’s going to get drier and hotter inside with climate change. These fuels will dry out and become more combustible. This can happen quickly, even in wet, humid states like Florida, which already experiences major fires frequently.

When homeowners better understand their risk, they can take steps to protect their home, such as clearing vegetation to create a buffer zone around the house or replacing a wooden roof with metal. Governments can also use the model to look at larger maps and strategize to add larger infrastructure like firebreaks, or to decide which communities are most at risk and should be the first to get funding for become more resilient.

As people consider their risk of fire or flooding, Eby recommends looking beyond their own address. “The house is as safe as the community it is part of,” he says. “Unfortunately some homes are totally safe, and they see the fire factor or the flood factor for their individual property and think it’s okay, but you kind of have to scroll down a bit to see what’s going on in the community – what roads are at risk, what critical infrastructure is at risk, what social infrastructure such as schools and government buildings are at risk – so that you kind of understand the bigger picture.

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Orange County Coastal Fire | Evacuations and Maps https://luxembourgglobe.com/orange-county-coastal-fire-evacuations-and-maps/ Sat, 14 May 2022 18:42:00 +0000 https://luxembourgglobe.com/orange-county-coastal-fire-evacuations-and-maps/ An area remains in a mandatory evacuation order as the fire continues to burn. LAGUNA BEACH, Calif. — Nearly 800 homes are safe after part of the Coastal Fire evacuation order was lifted. According to the city’s website, firefighters will focus on hot spots as they continue to battle the blaze on Saturday. With evacuation […]]]>

An area remains in a mandatory evacuation order as the fire continues to burn.

LAGUNA BEACH, Calif. — Nearly 800 homes are safe after part of the Coastal Fire evacuation order was lifted.

According to the city’s website, firefighters will focus on hot spots as they continue to battle the blaze on Saturday. With evacuation orders reduced, only 131 homes are now listed as mandatory evacuations.

“Risks throughout the region continue to be mitigated to make the area safe for residents to return to their homes whenever possible,” the City of Laguna Niguel website says.

These figures were updated on Saturday morning. Find the latest figures from Orange County Fire Authority.

  • 200 acres
  • 40% containment
  • 20 houses destroyed
  • 11 houses damaged
  • 456 firefighters on site
  • 769 homes lifted from evacuations
  • 2 firefighters were injured and discharged from hospital
  • Orange County Sheriff’s Office HERE
  • Orange County Fire Authority HERE

EVACUATIONS:

The Orange County Sheriff’s Office says evacuations have been scaled back, but remain in place for several streets:

Mandatory evacuations remain on six residential streets: Coronado Pointe, Vista Court, La Vue, La Fleur, Le Port, Via La Rosas, Vista Montemar. An evacuation center is set up at the Crown Valley Community Center at 29751 Crown Valley Parkway.

Map of Orange County Sheriff’s Office Evacuation Zones:


FIRE CARD:

A map shows the latest fire activity:


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FOREST FIRE PREPARATION

According to Cal Fire, the 2021 fire season started earlier than previous years, but also ended earlier. In January 2021, just under 1,200 acres burned due to nearly 300 wildfires. The fires resumed in the summer when the Dixie Fire burned in five northern California counties – Butte, Plumas, Shasta, Lassen and Tehama. The Dixie Fire started on July 13 and was not brought under control until October 25, burning nearly a million acres. It became the second largest wildfire in state history and the largest non-complex fire.

Overall, 2.5 million acres burned in 2021 due to 8,835 wildfires. Over 3,600 structures were destroyed and 3 people were killed.

RELATED: EXPLANATOR | Why is home protection important in the event of a forest fire?

If you live in an area prone to wildfires, Cal Fire suggests creating a defensible space around your home. A defensible space is an area around a building in which vegetation and other debris are completely clear. At least 100 feet is recommended.

LOOK: What you need to know to prepare and protect yourself from wildfires

The Department of Homeland Security suggests putting together an emergency kit of important documents, N95 respirator masks, and supplies to take with you if you have to leave at any time. The agency also suggests signing up for local alert system notifications and learning the best about your community’s evacuation plans to prepare you and your family in the event of a wildfire.

Some counties use Nixle Alerts to notify residents of severe weather, wildfires, and other news. To sign up, visit www.nixle.com or text your postcode to 888777 to start receiving alerts.

RELATED: Are You Ready For The Wildfires? Here’s what to do to prepare for fire season.

PG&E customers can also subscribe to alerts by SMS, email or phone call. If you are a PG&E customer, visit the Profile & Alerts section of your account to register.

What questions do you have about the latest wildfires? If you are affected by wildfires, what would you like to know? Text the ABC10 team at (916) 321-3310.

EXTENDED COVERAGE | PG&E settles Kincade and Dixie fire cases without admitting crimes

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PG&E maps where power line burial will be in NorCal https://luxembourgglobe.com/pge-maps-where-power-line-burial-will-be-in-norcal/ Thu, 12 May 2022 20:45:00 +0000 https://luxembourgglobe.com/pge-maps-where-power-line-burial-will-be-in-norcal/ 1 of 43 Planned underground in Cool, El Dorado County The yellow dot represents this project is planned for 2022. PHOTO: PG&E 2 of 43 Planned underground in Cool, El Dorado County The blue dot represents this project scheduled for 2023. PHOTO: PG&E 3 out of 43 Planned underground in Cool, El Dorado County The […]]]>

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UK weather forecast: Charts turn red as 28C ‘mini heatwave’ hits | United Kingdom | News https://luxembourgglobe.com/uk-weather-forecast-charts-turn-red-as-28c-mini-heatwave-hits-united-kingdom-news/ Mon, 09 May 2022 15:40:00 +0000 https://luxembourgglobe.com/uk-weather-forecast-charts-turn-red-as-28c-mini-heatwave-hits-united-kingdom-news/ The latest weather forecast suggests the UK is ahead of a fairly average if not cooler than usual week of weather. But, from Sunday, temperatures will hit 20 degrees across much of Britain. Before the warmer weather arrives, the highest temperatures will be around 20 degrees. These are expected to reach 22C or 23C in […]]]>

The latest weather forecast suggests the UK is ahead of a fairly average if not cooler than usual week of weather. But, from Sunday, temperatures will hit 20 degrees across much of Britain.

Before the warmer weather arrives, the highest temperatures will be around 20 degrees.

These are expected to reach 22C or 23C in the southeast today, May 9, according to the BBC.

However, it will be much cooler in the west.

Parts of Scotland and Northern Ireland could also see rain.

This trend will continue tomorrow, with the latest Weather report for the coming week suggesting parts of the West of the UK could even see rain and thunder.

The weather will remain windier and more unstable as the week progresses.

Temperatures should remain fairly average for the season.

The weekend will bring changes to this pattern, including higher temperatures.

READ MORE: Brits blast Tories and Labor for being ‘equally bad as each other’

Jim Dale of the UK Met Services offered an even more optimistic report.

He told Express.co.uk that the UK is set to experience (from Sunday) a “mini heat wave”.

Mr Dale said the surge was expected to last “five to six days”.

He added: “The southeast can reach 28C at the top.”

UK weather maps also show that most of the UK will be unaffected by rain as warmer temperatures drop.

There are no Met Office weather warnings for the coming week.

This is unlikely to change given the increasingly stable conditions.

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Lawmakers redraw SC House cards to settle discrimination lawsuit https://luxembourgglobe.com/lawmakers-redraw-sc-house-cards-to-settle-discrimination-lawsuit/ Mon, 09 May 2022 02:25:00 +0000 https://luxembourgglobe.com/lawmakers-redraw-sc-house-cards-to-settle-discrimination-lawsuit/ If the General Assembly fails, the lawsuit will go to trial later this month. COLUMBIA, SC – A settlement of a redistricting lawsuit has added drawing new South Carolina House maps to the list of things state lawmakers must do in the last three days of the US session. General Assembly this week. The House […]]]>

If the General Assembly fails, the lawsuit will go to trial later this month.

COLUMBIA, SC – A settlement of a redistricting lawsuit has added drawing new South Carolina House maps to the list of things state lawmakers must do in the last three days of the US session. General Assembly this week.

The House agreed to redraw maps that include areas around Orangeburg County, areas around Richland and Kershaw counties, and areas around Horry and Dillon counties.

The new cards would settle the ACLU and NAACP lawsuit. If the maps are successfully redrawn, they will not be able to come into effect before the 2024 elections because the registration of candidates has already ended for the primaries on June 14.

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If the General Assembly fails, the lawsuit will go to trial later this month.

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Diesel Spill + Unconstitutional Cards + Day of Prayer https://luxembourgglobe.com/diesel-spill-unconstitutional-cards-day-of-prayer/ Sat, 07 May 2022 03:55:00 +0000 https://luxembourgglobe.com/diesel-spill-unconstitutional-cards-day-of-prayer/ Up and over to them, Marietta! It’s Saturday, so let’s start with everything you need to know about what’s going on in Marietta today. First, today’s weather forecast: Wind with rain and drizzle. High: 58 Low: 46. Here are the best stories in Marietta today: The road is clear after a diesel fuel spill on […]]]>

Up and over to them, Marietta! It’s Saturday, so let’s start with everything you need to know about what’s going on in Marietta today.


First, today’s weather forecast:

Wind with rain and drizzle. High: 58 Low: 46.


Here are the best stories in Marietta today:

  1. The road is clear after a diesel fuel spill on State Route 7. The spill happened in Belpre Friday afternoon. (WTAP)
  2. The Ohio Redistricting Commission failed to submit new legislative maps and resubmitted maps that had previously been ruled unconstitutional. (Statehouse News Bureau)
  3. Many in Marietta recognized the National Day of Prayer. (Marietta Times)

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You are now in the loop and ready to start this Saturday on the right foot! I’ll be in your inbox tomorrow with another update.

Christopher Schmitt

About me: Hi, I’m the Community Editor for Patch.com/marietta. I have lived in Marietta most of my life. I graduated from Ohio University’s EW Scripps School of Journalism in 2014. I wrote for a community newspaper before moving to New York to be a national correspondent for IHeartRadio. I look forward to bringing my experience home and providing Marietta with the exceptional journalism she deserves. You can email me at christopher.schmitt@patch.com or call me at 740-516-4969.

Do you have a topical tip or a suggestion for an upcoming Marietta Daily? Contact me at christopher.schmitt@patch.com

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