at least it's not just us?
The weather today in Bloomington is supposed to be windy (10 mph) with a 30% chance of rain. IME this will benefit Michigan's defense by limiting the downfield success of Chappel. In turn, this shouldn't affect Michigan's offense the way it will Indiana's.
What does the MGoCommunity think?
Saturday: Showers and thunderstorms likely before 2pm, then a chance of showers. Cloudy, with a high near 69. South wind around 10 mph. Chance of precipitation is 60%. New rainfall amounts between a quarter and half of an inch possible.
It may be dry by game time.
The weather forecast for Saturday at Notre Dame is "Showers" but also "plenty of sun":
If it does turn out to be a rainy day, or even a wet grass field, this will presumably affect Denard's ability to cut etc (but perhaps not his straightaway speed), somewhat neutralizing our best weapon. Anyone else with more expertise than I have thoughts on this?
It's still a bit early for a definitive forecast, but here's weather.com's South Bend outlook:
What potential effect on the game plan, one wonders???
I don't know how we missed this last week.
"A university spokeswoman said that the team's trainers recommended to cancel the first practice because of temperatures in the 90s and high humidity levels. Much of central Ohio was placed under an air quality alert on Friday, meaning that children, the elderly and sensitive groups should stay inside."
Sensitive groups = tOSU football.
Looking at the radar and Channel 24 out of Toledo (I'm in Adrian).
If you're much south of Ann Arbor, it's a good idea to get ready to get your ass to safety ASAP. Tornado Warning for Lenawee County, and Monroe County is due for one soon.