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Sign up to receive the daily forecast email MADISON (WKOW) - While it was a hot start to the month, the 80s aren't expecting to make a return over the next seven days. A large area of low pressure is slowly being pushed east and in doing so, cloud cover along with the chance for rain/an isolated storm can't be ruled out throughout the rest of the weekend. Which is why our temperatures are going to be cooler. There'll be a chance for scattered rain showers and/or an isolated thunderstorm throughout Saturday night. As we look ahead into Sunday, skies will remain cloudy and we'll lose the thunderstorm threat but keep the rain threat. However the rain chance will diminish going into Sunday night with an isolated threat possible Monday and Tuesday.

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Under the chef Daniel Humm, Eleven Madison Park has made a point of reinventing itself often. Humm’s cooking has always been process-intensive.Credit...Daniel Krieger for The New York Times At Noma, these sauces are administered so subtly that you don’t notice anything weird going on; you just think you’ve never tasted anything so extraordinary in your life. At Eleven Madison Park, certain dishes are as subtle as a dirty martini. It’s possible that some of the special sauce is so concentrated that an extra drop or two can push things over the top. This would explain why a half-eggplant in which glazed slices of pickled eggplant ride like passengers in a canoe had an intoxicating richness the first time I ate it and a cloying heaviness the next. A couple of the kitchen’s efforts to get plants to mimic something else succeed. When it happens, all doubts evaporate for a few minutes. Tonburi, made from Japanese summer-cypress seeds, arrives on chipped ice inside an antique silver caviar bowl that looks as if it belonged to the Romanovs.

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states have introduced or passed some type of legislation restricting or regulating the use of solitary confinement — like limiting the practice for juveniles, for example. But it is still widely used in American jails and prisons. Inmates in solitary typically live in a small cell for up to 23 hours a day. They have little sensory stimulation, like sunlight. Access to reading materials, educational programming and personal property is limited or nonexistent. Prisoners may get one hour in a recreational yard, an equally isolated area typically enclosed or surrounded by concrete walls, with a secured high window that opens for fresh air. An analysis by researchers with the University of Colorado and Human Rights Watch suggests that more than half of all prison suicides occur in solitary confinement. A study conducted by the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene found that the rate of self-harm among those in solitary is 10 times that of the general prison population. The isolation can be particularly destabilizing for people with preexisting mental health conditions, often exacerbating underlying issues that cause people to end up behind bars in the first place.

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Gigantic 'shark-toothed' dinosaur discovered in Uzbekistan An illustration of the "shark-toothed" dinosaur Ulughbegsaurus uzbekistanensis, who lived in what is now Uzbekistan about 90 million years ago. (Image credit: Julius Csotonyi) About 90 million years ago, a gigantic apex predator — a click this over here now meat-eating dinosaur with serrated shark-like teeth — prowled what is now Uzbekistan, according to a new study of the behemoth's jawbone. The 26-foot-long (8 meters) beast weighed 2,200 pounds (1,000 kilograms), making it longer than an African elephant and heavier than a bison . Researchers named it Ulughbegsaurus uzbekistanensis, after Ulugh Beg, a 15th-century astronomer, mathematician and sultan from click to find out more what is now Uzbekistan. What caught scientists by surprise was that the dinosaur was much larger — twice the length and more than five times heavier — than its ecosystem's previously known apex predator: a tyrannosaur, the researchers found.  Related: The 10 coolest dinosaur findings of 2020  The chunk of jawbone was found in Uzbekistan's Kyzylkum Desert in the 1980s, and researchers rediscovered it in 2019 in an Uzbekistan museum collection. The partial jawbone of U. uzbekistanensis is enough to suggest that the animal was a carcharodontosaur, or a "shark-toothed" dinosaur. These carnivores were cousins and competitors of tyrannosaurs, whose most famous species is Tyrannosaurus rex .  The two dinosaur groups were fairly similar, but carcharodontosaurs were generally more slender and lightly-built than the heavyset tyrannosaurs, said study co-researcher Darla Zelenitsky, an associate professor of paleobiology at the University of Calgary. Even so, carcharodontosaurs were usually larger than tyrannosaur dinosaurs, reaching weights greater than 13,200 pounds (6,000 kg). Then, around 90 million to 80 million years ago, the carcharodontosaurs disappeared and the tyrannosaurs grew in size, taking over as apex predators in Asia and North America.  Two late Cretaceous dinosaur apex predators: a carcharodontosaur (left) and a tyrannosaur (right).

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