US Time Thursday: Net temperatures drop
FDA extends Johnson & Johnson vaccine shelf life
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) extended the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine's shelf life on Wednesday to six months amid state officials' concerns of expiring doses.The federal agency approved an amendment to Johnson & Johnson's emergency use authorization to allow its single-dose vaccine to be stored at normal refrigeration temperatures of 36 to 46 degrees Fahrenheit for half a year. Before the update, the vaccine was set to expire after 4 1/2 months.
The time will be marked Thursday by a trail plan on the country under a northern flow with net temperatures drop, according to weather forecasts France. The Mediterranean around the Alps will benefit from a pretty generous sunshine even though altitude clouds will scroll while the Mistral and the Tramontane will reinforce significantly by mid-day, reaching 80 to 90 km / h in spikes.
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Some showers of rain and snow mixed
Instability will remain from Corsica still giving showers, rarer in second part of the day but the western wind will blow up to 70 to 90 km / h on the exposed Caps . From Grand East to Burgundy-Franche-Comté, Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes and Occitania, the sky will remain covered giving frequent showers, snow beyond 500 m in the morning lowering 200 m on the central massif , 600 m on the Alps and then to the plain at the end of the day.
In the rapid flow of north, the clouds will block on the chain of the Pyrenees, it Neigera from 900 to 1,000 m in the morning, 300 to 400 m in the afternoon, these snowfall will occur under a strong wind reaching up to 100 km / h on the ridges. On the rest of the country, the thinning will make equal game with the cloudy passages giving locally some rain showers and snow mixed, more frequent from Normandy to the Hauts de France. An accaltimia will emerge in the afternoon in the west.
NYC school kids eat lunch outside despite dropping temps in order to social distance
New York City school children are still eating outside so they can social distance despite temperatures dropping ahead of the winter months. "It’s getting a little ridiculous at this point," one mother at MS 104 in Manhattan told the New York Post. "They’ve eaten outdoors every day this week. It’s cold." Temperatures in New York City this week reached a high of 56 degrees and a low of 30 degrees. The Department of Education allowed principals to figure out their own lunch arrangements this year to comply with social distancing rules.
The northwestern wind is moderate to strong enough on the Atlantic facade and the coast of handlebar but will weaken in the afternoon. The sky will take care again on the tip of Brittany at the end of the day announcing the arrival of a new degradation in the next night.Up to 11 ° On the southern half
Temperatures will be sharply dropped over a large part of the country. The minimums will be in the order of -2 to +3 degrees within the territory, they will be between 4 and 7 on the coast of the Channel and the Atlantic Facade, between 5 and 9 on the Mediterranean circumference. The maximum: 3 to 5 degrees on a good northeastern quarter of the country, from 5 to 8 in the northwest, from 7 to 11 on the southern half.
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