蓝色预警:台风“海鸥”加强 沿海部分地区将有7-8级大风–社会–人民网

  人民网北京11月19日电(冯粒) 中央气象台11月19日06时继续发布台风蓝色预警:   今年第26号台风 “海鸥”已于昨天(18日)夜间由强热带风暴级加强为台风级,今天(19日)早晨5点钟其中心位于菲律宾马尼拉北偏东方约530公里的巴士海峡海面上,就是北纬19.1度、东经122.5度,中心附近最大风力有12级(33米/秒),中心最低气压为975百帕,七级风圈半径180-280公里,十级风圈半径50-80公里。   预计,“海鸥”将以每小时5-10公里的速度向偏西转西南方向移动,强度变化不大,并于19日傍晚前后在吕宋岛北部沿海登陆(25-30米/秒,10-11级,强热带风暴级),之后移入南海,并逐渐减弱消失。   大风预报:受冷空气和“海鸥”共同影响,19日08时至20日08时,东海南部海域、台湾海峡、巴士海峡、台湾以东洋面、南海东北部和中东部海域、浙江南部沿海、福建沿海、广东东部沿海、台湾岛沿海、黄岩岛将有7-8级大风,其中巴士海峡、台湾海峡、南海东北部和中东部的部分海域风力有9-10级,台风中心经过的附近海域风力可达11-12级,阵风13-14级。   降雨预报:19日08时至20日08时,台湾岛东部有中雨,局地有大雨到暴雨(30-60毫米)。   相关水域水上作业和过往船舶应当回港避风,加固港口设施,防止船舶走锚、搁浅和碰撞。   加固或者拆除易被风吹动的搭建物,人员切勿随意外出,应尽可能待在防风安全的地方,确保老人小孩留在家中最安全的地方,危房人员及时转移。当台风中心经过时风力会减小...

From dodgy stitching to cheap fabrics, today’s fashions are designed not to last

We’ve all experienced the irritation of a much-loved dress or top shrinking in the wash, coming apart at the seams or fraying at the hem. Many clothes don’t seem to last for more than a few wears these days, no matter how carefully we look after them. Yet in our throwaway society, we often accept this lack of longevity as one of those things. After all, we can just go to a High Street shop – or online – and buy a new item for the cost of a cinema ticket. We’ve all experienced the irritation of a much-loved dress or top shrinking in the wash, coming apart at the seams or fraying at the hem – so FEMAIL tests some popular brands to see how they hold up Yet when you splash hundreds on a coat or suit and it meets the same fate, it makes you wonder what’s going on. The soaring popularity of vintage clothing proves that many garments from the Sixties, Seventies and Eighties have lasted decades. Today, men’s shirts are designed to last just 30 washes, according to trade association the International Fabricare Institute. Some brands even use impermanence as a selling point – Nike charges £90 for its Mayfly trainers, which were originally designed to fa...

Thanksgiving Break is not just for relaxing with friends and family while eating a variety of

Thanksgiving Break is not just for relaxing with friends and family while eating a variety of high-calorie foods. It is also a great opportunity to do some holiday shopping on Black Friday. There are a lot of shopping centers in Knoxville and a lot of deals to be had, so here are some of the best deals Knoxville has to offer in preparation for November 29. Most 70” to 75” flat screen TVs will be 30 percent off from $549.99 to $749.99, while 50” to 55” TVs will be 15 percent to 17 percent off of $229.99 to $279.99. They are also offering deals on computers. Brand new HP laptops and Samsung Chromebooks will be up to 50 percent off. Light and heavy hoodies will be $9.99 to $21.99. Heavy rain and snow jackets will be $24.99 to $39.99, and wool coats will be up to $49.99. Light tees will be $7.99; pajama sets, leggings, quarter zips and thermal sweaters will be $9.99; hoodies will be $12.99; dress pants and jeans will be $14.99 to $19.99; and light cardigans and sweaters will be $19.99 to $29.99. If you need new tools or household appliances, Lowe’s has you covered. They will be open at 6 a.m. on Black Friday. New refrigerators will be down 25 percent to 50 percent. Those rates will ...

Alexa and Google can control four different devices with one $23 smart power strip

If you insist on buying from big brands, you’ll pay as much as $30 for a single Wi-Fi smart plug. Meanwhile, if you’re smart you can get a high-quality power strip with four individually controllable smart outlets for way less than that. The Teckin Smart Power Strip has plugs that work with Alexa, Google Assistant, IFTTT, or an app, and you can snag one for just $22.95 right now if you use the coupon code I8HTYBWU at checkout. What are you waiting for!? Follow @BGRDeals on Twitter to keep up with the latest and greatest deals from around the web. Quantities may be limited. Prices are subject to change without notice and coupons may expire at any time. Some deals may not be available to all customers. BGR may receive a commission on orders placed through this article. Cotton Power Cord, Textile Power Cord, Cloth Power Cord – Aoteng,https://www.lightsstring.com/

Amazon, which offers its paying Prime members the option of unlimited grocery deliveries through its Amazon Fresh

Amazon, which offers its paying Prime members the option of unlimited grocery deliveries through its Amazon Fresh business, said it is eliminating the extra fee for shoppers currently using that service and extending the free offer to all Prime shoppers in coming months. It also plans to speed deliveries to as little as two hours. Amazon Fresh previously had a $14.99 monthly fee on top of its Prime membership, which costs $119 annually or $12.99 per month for most U.S. consumers. The move marks a new signal of Amazon’s ambitions to expand grocery well beyond its Whole Foods Market business and the current confines of Fresh. It also appears to combine elements of newly launched capabilities that reduced delivery times on Amazon’s e-commerce offerings with services such as Prime Now, which offer one- and two-hour deliveries utilizing contract shoppers and delivery drivers out of Whole Foods stores. The move could also tie to Amazon’s reported interest in rolling out a new physical grocery chain, although the company has still not acknowledged that ambition yet. “Prime members love the convenience of free grocery delivery on Amazon, which is why we’ve made Amazon Fresh a free benef...

Bread-Baking Kitchen Hacks to Save Money Plus the Easiest Scone Recipe|MOTHER EARTH NEWS

Catalogs of all sorts regularly fill my mailbox. Prices in the kitchen catalogs are particularly shocking to me. Surely only millionaires with humongous kitchens can buy all these gadgets. The rest of us have budgets and struggle for cabinet space. Dough proofer. First on my really shocked list is an electric bread dough proofer for $170.00. I think they do use one on The Great British Baking Show, but they’re always time constrained on that show. All the many bread books I have suggest a long, cool rise for best flavor and texture. I use a plastic underbed box, 28-quart, under $10 at most stores. Three of them fit easily on my dining table. Each tub fits over three loaves of rising bread or pans of rolls. If it’s really cold in the house or I’m in a hurry, I just fill a couple jars with hottest tap water and stick them under the tub for extra warmth and humidity. Gosh, I just saved $160. When baking day is done, I nest the boxes and shove them in a closet. For the first rise, a stack of tubs that once held penny candy or bubblegum on a convenience store counter work perfectly. These tubs are the perfect size to rise to double or more a dough from 6 or 7 cups of flour, which ma...

World domination: Why Korean beauty products are the next big thing

نستخدم ملفات الكوكيز لنسهل عليك استخدام مواقعنا الإلكترونية ونكيف المحتوى والإعلانات وفقا لمتطلباتك واحتياجاتك الخاصة، لتوفير ميزات وسائل التواصل الاجتماعية ولتحليل حركة المرور لدينا…اعرف أكثر We use cookies to personalize content and ads , to provide social media features and to analyze our traffic … Learn more Snail mucus, bee venom and starfish extract. Recipe for a magic potion or the latest ingredients found in Korean beauty products? As the leading innovators in beauty, South Korea has be quietly been pushing the envelope on skincare technology for years, essentially leaving the rest of us in the dust. Why? Well, according to data from Korean skincare brand, AmorePacific, Korean women undergo 26 to 27 steps in their beauty routine on average, whereas women in the US only use six to seven. But it’s only recently, with the arrival of e-commerce, that Korean beauty products, some downright wacky, have become readily available on the international market. And we’re lapping them up in a big way. Unlike some of the biggest beauty fads out there (butt-plumping cream, anyone?), this is no short-lived trend. There’s more to our growing fascination with...

Cord cutter or cable keeper, we can use this help | Editorial

It’s been a while since Assemblyman Paul Moriarty, D-Gloucester, was praised here for proposing a bill that goes back to his roots as a former TV consumer reporter. Consider it done. New legislation just dropped by Moriarty involves TV, as well as consumerism. It would make New Jersey the first U.S. state to require that ads for cable TV service and other video subscription services display “all-in” charges — not misleading teaser prices that exclude a host of mandatory monthly fees. Loopholes in fine print have aggravated customers for years, with ads for cellphone service and car leases, too. But, as consumers increasingly weigh whether staying connected to cable, or subscribing to several streaming services and phone apps, buys the most desired “content” for their money, it’s a good time to make the providers come clean. You know the ad-copy drill:. For $79 or $89 a month, Comcast or Fios promise you the moon and the stars, if you’re willing to keep them around for a year or two. Dish and Direct TV satellite dealers do the same. Of course, it’s never just $79 or $89. Add local broadcast and sports channel fees that cost around another $20 a month. You can’t escape them, even ...