(25)Minnesota kicks off @(23)Nebraska @M00N time
Other noon games include:
@(6)Ohio St. vs Indiana
@(11)Michigan St. vs Rutgers
Penn St. vs @Illinois
Northwestern vs @Purdue
@(10)Georgia vs Charleston Sou.
@(21)Oklahoma vs Kansas
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Section 13 row 18. Good seats, right behind flag pole in end zone. Parking pass to brown lot.
Tried to give these away yesterday, but they guy I gave them to had something come up.
Must be able to pick up in Royal Oak.
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I apologize for the delay and the shortness of this forecast, my aunt passed away last night and I'm a little out of sorts. Happy last home game Michigan fans- the weather is a doozy. Low pressure is working its way through the region. The warm front associated with it has already passed through and is to the north of us in Canada, bringing us warm southerly air today. However- warm rain on the cold surfaces is freezing, making it very slick. We do warm up this afternoon, but keep scattered showers around. Grab a couple layers and the raincoat!
Tailgating - Extremely icy roads and sidewalks across Michigan this morning, including Ann Arbor. We do have a freezing rain advisory until 11am or noon depending on where you live (A2 is 11am). Use extreme caution if you're driving. The temperature will start warming past 32 degrees throughout the morning and that'll improve conditions. Up near 40 degrees for lunch, but make sure to factor in the wind chill! Winds are out of the SW at about 15mph with gusts in the low 20s -giving wind chills in the 30s.
Kickoff - 42 degrees with a SW wind staying up at a steady 15mph, gusts in the low 20s. This will keep the wind chill in the low 30s. Cloudy skies with scattered showers passing through- so hopefully you remembered the raincoat!
Halftime - Still remaining at 42 degrees, but with the passing showers and wind chill remaining in the low 30s, you may want to make the run to get hot chocolate! Winds stay up too, out of the SW at 15 with gusts around 20.
Post Game - Thanks to the warm southerly airflow we stay around 40 degrees not only to end the game, but through the late night. We lose the wind gusts after dinner, but keep SW winds up around 15mph. This will keep it feeling like the low 30s. Overcast skies stay with us, as does the chance of rain-so keep that raincoat or umbrella handy if you're headed out on the town to celebrate a win! Let's go blue!
Nothing earth shattering in this Feldman bit, but if you're like me and can't get enough of the guy, check it out.