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The House Next Door: Meet the Blacks 2 (credited onscreen as The House Next Door) is a 2021 American parody black comedy horror film directed by Deon Taylor, and written by Taylor and Corey Harrell. A sequel to the 2016 film Meet the Blacks, it stars Mike Epps and Katt Williams, with Bresha Webb, Lil Duval, Zulay Henao, Tyrin Turner, Michael Blackson, Andrew Bachelor, Gary Owen and Danny Trejo in supporting roles. In the film, which primarily satirizes Fright Night, Carl Black (Epps) moves his family back to his childhood home, encountering a mysterious new neighbor (Williams), a pimp who may be a vampire.




Black Night 2.mp4



Roman Reigns will now be acknowledged as the undisputed champion of WWE. Reigns unified his Universal title and Brock Lesnar's WWE championship with a pinfall victory in the main event of the two-night WrestleMania 38 on Sunday night in Dallas. Reigns hasn't lost a match since December 2019.


The Orlando Elks is located near downtown Orlando in the Milk District, and have a large parking area with free parking. Join us for dinner and dancing to live music on Friday nights, Bingo on Monday nights, and Burgers and More during the lunch hours on the first and third Saturdays of each month! Check our Calendar or call 407-894-1079 for more information.


I got that call that night and I was headed there and I got just about on the highway when they told me she didn't make it. So, I know what these parents are going through \u2026 at one point. I\u2019m out there just to help them. But when it hits your doorstep, you understand why you\u2019re really helping them. And not until then. You can do all the work you want to do out here and help people and try to stop this violence and try to engage them with all law enforcement agency. You only know that feeling \u2026 but until it hits your doorstep, then you\u2019ll understand the full effects of it.


The linear optical cells fit seamlessly in the reduced design of the Line. To meet different application requirements, light output is scalable based on the modules chosen. The higher output modules will maintain the same visual comfort as the low output since surface area increases accordingly. Increasing surface area with lumen output maintains a consistent appearance across all module sizes. The comfort feature option can be used by placing a small optic attachment over LED groups which refracts and adds some diffusion to soften the appearance of the light engine at night.


A pitch-black night sky with glimmering stars is much more than just the perfect background for designing urban spaces using light. A Night Sky is important for natural rhythms too and as a result for the well-being of human beings, animals, and plants.


With black optics and warm CCT options you can create lighting designs that are more responsible in regard to environmentally sensitive areas. Spaces near observatories, forests, beaches and Dark Sky Certified communities/parks are the target applications forLine Black.


A comprehensive palette of colors allows different characteristics to be achieved, from harmonious color tones to contrast-rich accents. Selux standard finishes include white, semi-matte black, black, silver, and bronze. Custom RAL images are available upon request.


The Day/Night Band (DNB) utilizes a sun/moon reflectance model that illuminates atmospheric features, and senses emitted and reflected light sources during the nighttime hours. The DNB is at 0.7um and is apart of 22 spectral channels on-board the Suomi National Polar-orbiting Partnership (S-NPP) satellite and the new NOAA-20 satellite.


Infrared imagery, at a high temporal resolution (i.e. in this case, every 5 minutes) shows the magnitude of the Willa as the eyewall begins to traverse the Islas Marias then move toward the Mexican coast. Deep convection (i.e. regions of heavy precipitation) denoted in dark red-to-black colors, is spotted predominately to the north and west of the eyewall.


The Split-Window Difference product shows areas of dust, produced by the high winds, seen within the black ellipses. Regions of low-level dust are denoted as negative values, and represented by dark brown signatures. The Split Window Difference product identifies these areas as dust, due to the 10.3um Brightness Temperature (BT) is colder than the 12.3um BT; where silicates in dust are absorbed in 10.3um.


In complement to the Split Window Difference product, one can use the GeoColor product to identify dust within the black ellipses. Play the following video. Notice dust over land may not be as discernible to dust advecting over bodies of water. If one is still having trouble identifying dust, focus on the following cities: Long Beach, Mission Viejo, Oceanside, Temecula, the Salton Sea, Ocotillo, and Barstow.


To begin with, a brief discussion of imagery before and after the hail swaths and damage scars is given below. Before the events (left side image in the figure below) this is how the GOES-16 ABI imagery appeared on 10 July 2018. For those not familiar with the region displayed in the imagery, the dominant brownish color is typical due to the semi-arid climate of the western High Plains. During the three weeks following 10 July a persistent northwesterly flow pattern existed that supported multiple severe weather episodes. As a result, several surface features, indicated by black line segments are evident at the end of the period (right side image in the figure below).


An independent observing system that captured the storms is the MRMS mid-level rotation tracks. As is seen in the figure below, the pairs of black arrows correspond to the location of rotating storms. A comparison of the figure below with the previous three figures above provide additional evidence of convective activity where the hail swaths occurred.


On 30 July 2018 at 1415 UTC imagery in the early morning is used to indicate the hail scars due to the previous two convective events (see figure below). The hail damage scars from the first case are denoted by two black line segments. Within each oval, hail damage scars are evident. A comparison of the figure below with the first figure of the blog can be used to help the reader identify hail damage scars.


As in the other case, the MRMS mid-level rotation tracks are used an additional source of information. As is seen in the figures below, the pairs of black arrows correspond to the location of rotating storms. A comparison of the figures below with the previous figures for this case provide additional evidence of convective activity where the hail swaths occurred.


The Suomi-National Polar-orbiting Partnership (S-NPP) satellite observed Hurricane Lane via Near-Constant Contrast (NCC) product, earlier this morning at 1228Z, 23 August 2018. The NCC is a derived product of the Day/Night Band (DNB) sensor, that illuminates atmospheric features and senses emitted and reflected light sources (i.e. cloud cover and cloud convective tops from Lane) during the nighttime. In the NCC image, notice the large areal extent of Hurricane Lane, as the northern/northeastern periphery of the storm has reached the southern shores of the Hawaiian islands, bringing heavy precipitation rates. 041b061a72


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