7/28 CBS Tuesday Morning Weather

Good Morning All,

Be prepared for another hot one today! We’ll be close to 90 degrees with partly sunny skies and with the humidity it will feel even hotter. Wednesday looks like the hottest day of the week though with hazy sunshine at 93 degrees. Thursday and Friday don’t provide much of a reprieve though with temperatures in the low 90s both days, giving us a good chance at having our first heat wave of the season.


So does the heat linger for the weekend? Temperatures remain in the upper 80s/low 90s but because of building high pressure the skies could be a little bluer and the air a little drier.


That’s all I have for now, be sure to check back soon for more weather updates.

Victoria Cavaliere
CBS2 Weather Intern

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Cusby transforms lone Macbook USB-C port into an a-la-carte device hub

Cusby provides additional ports to laptops equipped with only a USB-C connection

The new USB-C connection is powerful, versatile, and poised to shape the future of many consumer electronic devices. But despite this promise, new Macbook owners accustomed to having separate ports for HDMI, USB, and/or video, may find a single USB-C port to be rather limiting. Cusby is a compact, modular and expandable adapter designed to make the transition to a USB-C future a bit easier.

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South Korean Vocalist Dean Premiers “I’m Not Sorry” Featuring Eric Bellinger

Now more than ever, the recipe for super stardom requires much more than just talent. To get a taste of the flashing lights, fandemonioum, and accolades of today’s career artist, one must also possess equal parts moxie, artistic range, relentless hustle, and the ever elusive X factor. South Korean Singer-songwriter 22-year-old Dean undoubtedly embodies all the components of this equation.

Attracting the attention of vocalists such as Motown recording artist Mila J, singer-songwriter Eric Bellinger (Beyonce, Usher, Jennifer Hudson, Justin Bieber, Chris Brown), and buzzworthy hip hop artist Anderson Paak, Dean recently premiered his new single I’m Not Sorry featuring Eric Bellinger. The track is a vibrant Hiphop/R&B club track with an undercurrent of DJ influences.

His forthcoming album slated to be released through Universal Records. The album is a collection of tunes certain to set the industry abuzz in 2015. The album covers a myriad of styles ranging from rock, pop, EDM, hip hop, garage and soul. The album is a journey through the soul of a passionate vocalist with an incomparable lyrical panache.

Michael Eletise to Arizona: Wildcats Land 4-Star OL Prospect

Arizona Wildcats head coach Rich Rodriguez has already pieced together a strong recruiting class ahead of the 2016 season. Now, the group has a bona fide headliner after the commitment of Michael Eletise.

The 4-star offensive guard announced his decision Monday back home in Hawaii:

According to 247Sports’ composite rankings, Eletise is the ninth-best guard in the country and No. 192 overall. The Arizona Wildcats climbed three spots to No. 5 in the Pac-12 in 247Sports’ team rankings after he committed.

GOAZCATS.com’s Matt Moreno praised the work of the Wildcats coaches responsible for doing the legwork on the recruiting trail to snag the Honolulu native:

Size certainly won’t be a concern for Eletise; he’s listed at 6’4″ and 313 pounds. Even if he slims down a bit, he projects as a guard or right tackle if absolutely necessary. Guard would be the better of the two options given his impressive strength and somewhat average agility.

You can see Eletise (No. 72) lined up against defensive tackle Rashan Gary in the Vine below, courtesy of ESPN.com’s Erik McKinney:

Bleacher Report’s Tyler Donohue provided another Vine of Eletise battling Gary, the No. 1 DT on 247Sports’ composite rankings:

Offensive guards don’t often grab a ton of headlines, but the work they do inside the trenches is invaluable to both the running and passing games, especially with defensive tackles becoming more and more versatile in the case of the latter.

Eletise showed he can hang with the best in his class when matched up with Gary. There’s no reason he can’t become a fixture on Arizona’s O-line in the future.

China stocks down at midday, defying government moves

The Shanghai Composite Index plunged 8.48% on Monday, the biggest fall since February 27, 2007, despite a broad-based government effort to shore up prices following a weeks-long routChinese shares sank Tuesday morning, a day after Shanghai's steepest slide in eight years, defying renewed government vows of support that analysts warned were not enough to settle nervous investors. The fresh losses, in a volatile session, came despite an unprecedented effort by the government of the world's second largest economy to shore up prices following a month-long rout. The Shenzhen Composite Index, which tracks stocks on China's second exchange, dropped 1.30 percent, or 28.16 points, to 2,131.93.

Farm Aid 30: Willie Nelson, Neil Young Headline 30th Anniversary Show

Farm Aid is coming to Chicago. The annual event, which is celebrating its 30th anniversary, will be held on September 19th at FirstMerit Bank Pavilion at Northerly Island near downtown Chicago. In addition to board members Willie Nelson, Neil Young, John Mellencamp and Dave Matthews, the show will feature Jack Johnson, Imagine Dragons, Kacey Musgraves, Old Crow Medicine Show, Mavis Staples, Holly Williams, Lukas Nelson & Promise of the Real, Insects vs. Robots and Blackwood Quartet.

“We organized the first Farm Aid concert in Illinois in 1985 to respond to the people suffering during the Farm Crisis,” Farm Aid President and Founder Willie Nelson said in a statement. “Thirty years later, in Chicago, we’ll bring together so many of the people — farmers, eaters, advocates and activists — who have made the progress of the Good Food Movement possible. At Farm Aid 30, we’ll celebrate the impact we’ve had and rally our supporters for the work ahead.”

“In 1985, alternatives didn’t exist for most farmers and people didn’t understand that there was a role for them in changing the system,” Farm Aid co-founder John Mellencamp said in a statement. “The Good Food Movement didn’t exist. People thought the farm crisis was a rural problem. But after that first concert, people listened. They realized that if we lost family farmers, we lost Main Street and we lost our food. They stood up with family farmers and now things are changing. We’ve got a lot more work to do, but the connection between rural and urban communities is more real and important to people.”

The first Farm Aid was held September 22nd, 1985 at Memorial Stadium in Champaign, Illinois. It has been held nearly every year since, raising $48 million for family farmers. Over the past 30 years, everyone from Phish to Elton John to Guns N’ Roses to Jerry Lee Lewis and the Allman Brothers have performed. Young played with Lukas and Micah Nelson at last year’s event at Walnut Creek Amphitheater in Raleigh, North Carolina, a spontaneous decision that led to him recording The Monsanto Years with them a few months later.

Tickets for this year’s Farm Aid — ranging in price from $49.50 to $189.50 — go on sale Monday, August 3rd at 10 a.m. CDT at FarmAid.org.

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