a terrible blight on our fine country
Someone asked if we could borrow last week's weather for this week - if only! It's going to be a raw day, no question about it. We have high pressure to the north, a stationary front along the coast, an upper level low over the SE U.S., and then of course Joaquin to the south as well. Being smooshed between a couple of systems will keep us in breezy NE winds, and that upper low is helping to bring some of Joaquin's moisture on up for more rain. I'd wear a couple layers and a poncho!
If you're traveling...
Rainy & windy! We actually have a flood watch through Saturday morning. Estimates show 2-3+" of rainfall overnight, and with another good 1/4" possible in the morning, be careful of ponding on the roads. I also wouldn't wear the nicest shoes, since there'll be plenty of puddles and mud around! You're probably going to want the hot coffee heading out the door too - temps will be in the low 50s to start our Saturday. Winds will remain up, steady in the upper teens (leaves and papers blow about, small branches sway) and there will be gusts into the low 30s (you can hear the wind whistle, it's hard to use an umbrella).
56 degrees to start the game. Cloudy skies with a pretty good chance it'll rain at some point in the first half. Good news is, showers look to break up a lot after lunch, so although they're still relatively likely, we may catch a break. Winds remain high, up around 17mph with gusts into the low 30s (empty garbage cans tip over, big trees sway).
Anyone up for hot chocolate? Up a degree by the half, but we're going to keep the gray skies around, and still have a decent chance for showers. The positive side to a little rain is there doesn't look to be much lightning - ok, ok, I know that's not super awesome news, but we gotta take what we can get out of a day like this! Winds haven't budged.
Topping out in the upper 50s in College Park - a day below normal for them (go figure, nice weather returns this coming week). More scattered showers are possible throughout the rest of the day and overnight, but they do taper off quite a bit into Sunday. We stay in the mid 50s temperature-wise through the rest of the night, with NE winds staying up at 20mph, gusting in the low 30s. Go blue!
If you're staying home...
A gray day with scattered showers passing through. We're going to struggle to hit 50 degrees today, and we'll spend most of the day in the 40s. Breezy for us here too, with winds out of the ENE around 20mph, gusting to 30mph. We lose the gusts around dinner-time, but keep steady NE winds at 15mph into the late-night. Temperatures will remain in the mid 40s through the evening and overnight. Grab the jacket if you're headed out to watch the game!
Christina Burkhart is a meteorologist for ABC in Flint, MI. She grew up in Ann Arbor and associates Saturdays with Michigan football. Go Blue!
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Combine that with another year of Harbaugh and staff, a remarkably easy nonconference and expected attrition in the conference, and 2016 sets up to be a pretty good year, to say the least.
What I'm interested in though is the year after, since we'd be set up to lose the bulk of the O-line, Butt, and Darboh, along with Smith and Green. What's your best guess for the starters against Florida?
My stab: Oline- Cole (provided he's not kicked inside), Dawson, Kugler, JBB, Newsome WR: Harris, Ways, Canteen in some order outside, Brian Cole in the slot TE: Bunting, Wheatley, Hill at H Back RB: Isaac, FB: Poggi, QB: Assuming Rudock lasts the year, next year's competition winner, probably O'Korn DL: Mo Hurst, Mone, (knocking heavily on wood placeholder) Buck: Marshall LBs: McCray, Furbush, Wangler Secondary: Peppers, Kinnel, Richardon, Watson, Dawson
7 PM Memphis at South Florida ESPN2
7 PM Temple at Charlotte CBSSN
10:15 PM Uconn at BYU ESPN2
G'day, mates. Yes, we really do say that at times, in case you were wondering. This is some damn good beer, as is most pumpkin ale. I love this time of year.
Al Borges says he's lost 70-plus pounds. He's got jokez, too. "It's like tossing a lawn chair off the Titanic."— Brandon Marcello (@bmarcello) September 30, 2015
Eight years removed from his final season at Auburn, Borges returns as the enemy coordinating San Jose State's offense. He's a changed man, too. He's traversed the California highways at two jobs and coached on the sidelines of Michigan. "I learned a lot of stuff about myself, but I've learned even more about the greatest game ever invented, and what might be the worst business ever invented," said Borges, who was fired at Michigan following the 2013 season.