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post #1 of 14
Thread Starter 

The 10 weather forecasts for Boston are available ...

 

weather.com has a high of 63, low 48 and 20% chance of precipitation.

 

Maybe a little warmer than I'd like, but it will work.  I'm just sad LRR isn't around here anymore to tell me how stupid it is to focus on the weather this far out.

 

Mike

post #2 of 14
Thread Starter 

Weather.com has high of 63 still, but the low has risen to 51.  That's a little warm for my tastes, but I'll be ready to go!  Chance of rain still at 20%

 

Mike

post #3 of 14

\LRR

 

you know, it's probably a little stupid to focus on the weather this far out.

 

\LRR

post #4 of 14

Weather Watching is a curious thing, because you and I both know that no matter what the conditions, you will still wake up on Monday morning, hop in the bus toward Hopkinton, and be it snow, sleet, rain or clear, toe the line, and your performance will be exactly the same (for the most part). Just pack a few options and buy something at the Expo should the forecast change.

post #5 of 14
Thread Starter 

High of 65, low of 47, chance of rain has risen to 30%!
 

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Originally Posted by em73 View Post

\LRR

 

you know, it's probably a little stupid to focus on the weather this far out.

 

\LRR


Thanks for channeling your inner LRR MoCo! 

 

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Originally Posted by Thor View Post

Weather Watching is a curious thing, because you and I both know that no matter what the conditions, you will still wake up on Monday morning, hop in the bus toward Hopkinton, and be it snow, sleet, rain or clear, toe the line, and your performance will be exactly the same (for the most part). Just pack a few options and buy something at the Expo should the forecast change.


Yeah, I know.  But it helps build the excitement and besides, it gets Dawg worked up!

 

Mike

 

post #6 of 14

Besides, Thor, I need to decide what to wear!! 

post #7 of 14

Whatever.

 

The important question is what is the weather gonna be like for the Wrentham Duathlon on Sunday morning!

post #8 of 14
Thread Starter 

After spiking to a predicted high of 80 yesterday, weather.com is now calling for a high of 75/low of 43 with a 10% chance of rain.  Still a bit warm.

 

Mike

post #9 of 14

Should be awesome for spectating!

 

Are you wearing one of your time goal singlets this year, Mike?

post #10 of 14
Thread Starter 

Not sure yet.  Yes, if I can manage time on Friday to get one made.  Plus, I gotta figure out what my goal time is.  If not, I'll be sporting the Multisport Madness singlet.

 

Mike
 

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Are you wearing one of your time goal singlets this year, Mike?



 

post #11 of 14


Last night weather.com had 66 sun 82 Mon and65 Tuesday.. my running friends were convinced that they were just messing with us Marathoners!! accuweather.com hasn't swung as wildly. 

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Originally Posted by Alaska Mike View Post

After spiking to a predicted high of 80 yesterday, weather.com is now calling for a high of 75/low of 43 with a 10% chance of rain.  Still a bit warm.

 

Mike



 

post #12 of 14

I might have a nonrefundable room I will not use Hilton Airport. If anyone is interested shoot me an email. stevepkoester@gmail.com and I will make them a great deal . Good Luck to everyone. Seapig

post #13 of 14

I looked at five different sources for Boston weather for Monday.  Projected highs range from 86 to 63.

 

:)

post #14 of 14
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Originally Posted by em73 View Post

I looked at five different sources for Boston weather for Monday.  Projected highs range from 86 to 63.

 

:)



63F? Bring it, bitch!

 

86F? Yup, you can bring that too!

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