LOL....The weather channel says the Bills will win! (1 Viewer)

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I had no idea the Weather Channel folks were football experts! They say Bills win by three.

http://www.weather.com/activities/events/nfl/nflpreview2009.html?page=11

On another note, Meteorologist Sean Payton predicts a hurricane will hit Buffalo Sunday afternoon at approximately 4:05 p.m. Eastern Time. The hurricane, named Hurricane Drew by the National Weather Service, is expected to produce variably strong short win gusts to all directions in excess of 50 mph. These horizontal gusts will cause great damage to unprotected areas throughout the Buffalo area. Equally dangerous and related gold lightening strikes from great distances will also be evident throughout this time period, but no chance of any Hail Mary activity is to be expected. Accompanying the win gusts will be rapid, but powerful ground surges, which may render passersby dazed and unaware of their potential for damage. Local residents should take all precautions to protect themselves and their property.

Dark black storm surges will be dangerous and sporadic behind the levee which protects the Trent Edwards Canal, and should be unpredictable but unrelenting between the alternating periods of Drew's win gusts. Buffalo weather should return to normal shortly after 7:50 Eastern Time, with residents trying to return to their homes having lost their pride and dignity, along with half of their defense against the storms, shortly thereafter.

Please continue to tune in to this station for further updates of the conditions in Buffalo.
 
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Jim Cantore hates two things: calm weather and the Saints.
 

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TWC headquarters are in Atlanta. I guess that explains it all. Cantore, Forbes, and Lyons are Dirty Birds!
 

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TWC headquarters are in Atlanta. I guess that explains it all. Cantore, Forbes, and Lyons are Dirty Birds!
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They better issue an immediate mandatory evacuation for the Bills locker room.
 

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Probably because the Weather Channel is located outside of Atlanta in Marietta.
 

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If the Saints held still held their training camp in Thibodaux, they would be used to a wet and muddy field. How embarrassing that a team from NOLA might have trouble in the rain.
 

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I had no idea the Weather Channel folks were football experts! They say Bills win by three.

http://www.weather.com/activities/events/nfl/nflpreview2009.html?page=11

On another note, Meteorologist Sean Payton predicts a hurricane will hit Buffalo Sunday afternoon at approximately 4:05 p.m. Eastern Time. The hurricane, named Hurricane Drew by the National Weather Service, is expected to produce variably strong short win gusts to all directions in excess of 50 mph. These horizontal gusts will cause great damage to unprotected areas throughout the Buffalo area. Equally dangerous and related gold lightening strikes from great distances will also be evident throughout this time period, but no chance of any Hail Mary activity is to be expected. Accompanying the win gusts will be rapid, but powerful ground surges, which may render passersby dazed and unaware of their potential for damage. Local residents should take all precautions to protect themselves and their property.

Dangerous dark black storm surges will be dangerous and sporadic behind the levee which protects the Trent Edwards Canal, and should be unpredictable but unrelenting between the alternating periods of Drew's win gusts. Buffalo weather should return to normal shortly after 7:50 Eastern Time, with residents trying to return to their homes having lost their pride and dignity, along with half of their defense against the storms, shortly thereafter.

Please continue to tune in to this station for further updates of the conditions in Buffalo.

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I'm still having trouble understanding how FieldTurf becomes muddy. :idunno:
 

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