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By Carlie Kollath Wells | Posted May 21, 2018 at 10:28 AM | Updated May 22, 2018 at 07:39 AM
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Hurricane forecasters on Monday (May 21) were tracking a weather disturbance they say has a low chance of developing into a tropical depression this week in the Gulf of Mexico. It has the potential to make things wet in New Orleans for Memorial Day weekend.


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, the weather disturbance was in the Caribbean Sea and extended across Cuba and the Florida peninsula. It's expected to move into the central or eastern Gulf of Mexico over the next several days.


What does it mean for New Orleans?

The National Weather Service office in Slidell said the system could bring heavy rainfall to the northern Gulf Coast starting late Friday and through Memorial Day weekend, depending on the speed and the track.


Danielle Manning, a meteorologist at the Slidell office, said the forecast currently has the metro area getting four to five inches of rain over the next seven days.

But, she cautioned those totals depend on the disturbance and said the forecast will likely change.

"Keep an eye on the forecast and be prepared for a potentially wet weekend," she said Monday morning.

There is a 20% chance for tropical development in the next 5 days. We will be watching closely as the moisture associated with this low pressure could increase chances for rain over our Memorial Day Weekend.


Will it become a storm?

Forecasters with the National Hurricane Center said the disturbance on Monday morning has a near 0 percent chance of developing into at least a tropical depression within 48 hours and a 20 percent chance (low) of developing into at least a tropical depression within five days.

The development stages are, from weakest to strongest:

For this system, the National Hurricane Center said environmental conditions aren't expected to be favorable for development during the next couple days. However, "some gradual development" is possible later this week while it moves into the Gulf.

The system could bring heavy rain to western Cuba and Florida over the next several days regardless of development, forecasters said.

Read the full outlook.

It is too early to say whether this system will become the first named tropical system, but it is worth monitoring this week as it could be a threat to LA later this weekend or early next week.

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As with viewers and binge-watching, many drivers appear to enjoy the forward-dispatch feature, which can increase earnings by keeping them busier. But it can also work against their interests by increasing the number of drivers on the road and defusing fare surges. And whether they enjoy it is separate from the question of agency — whether they have it, or whether the company does.

Uber officials say the feature initially produced so many rides at times that drivers began to experience a chronic Netflix ailment — the inability to stop for a bathroom break. Amid the uproar, Uber introduced a pause button.

“Drivers were saying: ‘I can never go offline. I’m on just continuous trips. This is a problem.’ So we redesigned it,” said Maya Choksi, a senior Uber official in charge of building products that help drivers. “In the middle of the trip, you can say, ‘Stop giving me requests.’ So you can have more control over when you want to stop driving.”

It is true that drivers can pause the services’ automatic queuing feature if they need to refill their tanks, or empty them, as the case may be. Yet once they log back in and accept their next ride, the feature kicks in again. To disable it, they would have to pause it every time they picked up a new passenger. By contrast, even Netflix allows users to permanently turn off its automatic queuing feature, known as Post-Play.

This pre-emptive hard-wiring can have a huge influence on behavior, said David Laibson, the chairman of the economics department at Harvard and a leading behavioral economist. Perhaps most notably, as Ms. Rosenblat and Luke Stark observed in an influential paper on these practices, Uber’s app does not let drivers see where a passenger is going before accepting the ride, making it hard to judge how profitable a trip will be.

Sometimes all that is necessary is the mere setting of a so-called default. Because humans tend to be governed by inertia, automatically enrolling them in retirement savings plans and then allowing them to opt out results in far higher participation than letting them opt in. Making Post-Play the default can have the same effect.

“If done right, these things can be socially beneficial,” Mr. Laibson said. “But you can think of all sorts of choice architecture that are quite contrary to human well-being.”

Even Mr. Hall, the Uber research director who downplayed the importance of behavioral economics to the company, did make at least one concession. “The optimal default we set is that we want you to do as much work as there is to do,” he said of the company’s app. “You’re not required to by any means. But that’s the default.”

Ride-share companies, which do not bear the direct costs of drivers being idle, want to have as many drivers available as possible.
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There are aspects of the platforms that genuinely do increase drivers’ control over their work lives, as Uber frequently points out. Unlike most workers, an Uber driver can put in a few hours each day between dropping children off at school and picking them up in the afternoon.

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In a preview clip from Cutler’s wife Kristin Cavallari’s show, “Very Cavallari,” Cutler stops short of saying he is definitely retired.

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“I mean, I can’t say 100 (percent),” Cutler said. “Probably.”

Cutler said he won’t know for certain until September, which seemed to annoy his wife.

“You have to realize how many sacrifices I have made over eight football seasons that we’ve been together,” Cavallari said. “You need to support what I have going on. This is my football. This is my turn.”

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It may be hard to believe, but training camps are just around the corner, and that means meaningful football isn’t far off. It also means that previously injured players, under-performers and sophomores have another opportunity to prove they belong in the hard-hitting NFL.

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