North Korea advised the US State Department of its intention to test a nuclear device prior to today's underground explosion, but did not say when it would conduct the test, department spokeswoman Victoria Nuland told Reuters.
Nuland said the notice came through "usual channels" but declined to say when Washington received the notification.
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After a very foggy start it should be a sunny afternoon for most of us.