Discussion in 'Colorado Football Message Board' started by Duff Man, Sep 11, 2013.
Are they going to have to practice in the rain all week? I just looked at the forecast for Boulder and it looks like it's rained the last 3 days and will be thunderstorms for the next 2.
How bad has it been?
Apparently tourential downpours right now, been cool and cloudy yesterday and today. It will be a week of soggy practice for the buffs.
Pretty much non-stop light to moderate rain.
Raining all day. On and off yesterday too
even practicing in the morning won't help. it was dumping this AM
Well, on the bright side, steady rain is forecasted for all day Saturday in Boulder... At least they are getting some practice in similar conditions to what they will have to play in on gameday.
How my sun taste?
based on that forecast, fleeting.
September in the PacNorthwest is amazing.
So you are saying we need an IPF and a Dome??? We are never gonna raise that kind of money...
Okay, you're right... I could swear I just saw "steady rain" for Boulder's Saturday forecast on weather.com. Guess I didn't give it enough time to load Saturaday's forecast. Must have been looking at today's still.
Forecast outlook as of 12:00 today.
Except F***ing Nebraska. F*** that place.
"It's great for the drought"
-every coloradan in an awkward conversation on a rainy day.
I will throat punch the next asshole who tells me we are in a drought.
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Dammit, now I have to return my poncho and galoshes!
Then let me direct you to our good friends in Lincoln. They need a good throat punch.
I only accept moisture in 1 way. The fluffy white stuff that comes early, often, and is most righteous!
Too bad about the forecast. A rainy day would actually be a great help in slowing down that FSU offense.
You like fat, churchy girls?
We all know a Wednesday forecast for Boulder on Saturday has a snowballs chance in hell of getting the sweet spot, right?
Didn't they spend few millions on the bubble? Use it.
We should build an IPF because it's rained 3 days in Boulder? That's happened twice since I lived here I think! But yeah, I get the point. We need an IPF so we can tell recruits that we have one.
The monsoons of late is actually normal for Colorado- the state has been in a drought for the last 10 years.
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