landing spot. will be interesting to see how he does.
Looking at the mid and upper 70s for the lunchtime and early afternoon hours, with a good amount of wind. South winds at a steady 10mph (leaves and little twigs blow about) but gusts could be up to 20mph (you'll see some smaller trees sway).
Looking at just under 70 degrees for the kickoff. The wind gusts will die down, but we'll hang on to the steady 10mph southerly flow. Very sunny, with just a few thin clouds making their way through.
Mid 60s by halftime. Winds starting to go down a bit also to around 8mph. Mostly clear skies.
Staying in the low to mid 60s until closing time, then dropping to the upper 50s. Winds out of the south around 5mph with skies staying mostly clear. Whether you're headed home late that night or on Sunday, you'll have great traveling weather. Clear and calm throughout the night, and Sunday stays clear as well, reaching the low 70s.
If you're staying home... Very similar weather, but we'll be a bit warmer. Looking to hit the low 80s in Ann Arbor tomorrow, and not nearly as windy as in Evanston- we'll have southerly winds between 8-10mph, but not the higher gusts they'll see there. 70 degrees at kickoff, dropping to the upper 60s by halftime, and those clear skies let us cool quickly into the evening hours. Mid 60s by the game's end, and cooling to the upper 50s by last call. It's a perfect night to hit the local places, grab some food and drinks, and celebrate a win!
Christina Burkhart is a meteorologist for NBC/ABC in Traverse City, MI. She grew up in Ann Arbor and associates Saturdays with Michigan football. Go Blue!!
Interesting behind-the-scenes look at the dumpster fire in Columbus and the possibility of Urban Meyer taking either the OSU or PSU job at the end of this season.
Coach is concerned about the chowder.
The NCAA has ruled that OSU reciever Devier Posey must sit 5 more games and repay the benefits he received this season. This means 5 more games for OSU without their top receiver, but he will be back for the Michigan game.
So I was just going over my sports schedule this weekend and noticed this:
Michigan Football: 7pm EST
Detroit Tigers: 8pm EST
Detroit Red Wings: 9pm EST
Really? We have to have all three teams play at the same time?
I understand Michigan sets its schedule before either the Wings or Tigers and the Wings have to play an evening game after playing the night before, so why can't the Tigers play at 3:30pm? Anyone else frustrated with the scheduling?
Here is a story on Hoke and what his original "dream job" was prior to the UM coaching gig.
Sounds about right. The more I learn about this guy, the more interesting he becomes.