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    Weather forecast for 2007 Opening Day.

    Hey all!! I have done this every year since I've joined the board so people can keep up with what the weather is going to be like in Cincinnati on opening day. Also I look forward to posting this every year because it means that we're only 10 days away from Reds baseball! Anywho...I know this will probably change 100 times between now and then but here's the forecast as of now for Monday, April 2nd.

    Sunny, 53/37, 0% precipitation.

    Last year Harangatang had great info for this thread, hopefully he drops by.
    Benzinger backing and calling! And the 1990 world championship series belongs to the Cincinnati Reds!

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    Re: Weather forecast for 2007 Opening Day.

    Mon
    Apr 2

    Sunny
    53/37 10%

    according to weather.com 10 day forecast.


    but these 10 day things change all the time.

    wait until you see a 5 day.

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    Re: Weather forecast for 2007 Opening Day.

    53! Wow....I guess this heatwave isn't going to last.

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    Re: Weather forecast for 2007 Opening Day.

    53 degrees would be an improvement over last year...that wind was too cold last year

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    Re: Weather forecast for 2007 Opening Day.

    My prediction 63 and Sunny!

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    Re: Weather forecast for 2007 Opening Day.

    Last year I froze (wasn't dressed properly but I still stayed the entire game, even though it was ugly). Hopefully it resembles the game from 2 years ago a little more than last year, weather and non-weather wise.

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    Re: Weather forecast for 2007 Opening Day.

    Last year was miserable, I tried to have a cookout with a bunch of friends and not only were we all freezing, but the game was awful so I was in a bad mood all day. Even if it is a high of 53, as long as it's sunny I'm good with that. I like RBAs prediction!
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    Re: Weather forecast for 2007 Opening Day.

    It used to crack me up...

    The forecast for Opening Day followed an annual progression

    10 days out - 72 and sunny
    7 days out - 65 and mostly sunny
    5 days out - 60 and partly cloudy
    3 days out - 57 and periods of clouds and sunshine
    1 days out - 55 and mostly cloudy
    Game Day - anybody's guess, one year we got snow, the next wild chill type cold, one year the sun actually shined, but NEVER and I mean NEVER 72 and sunny!

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    Re: Weather forecast for 2007 Opening Day.

    Update. A step in the right direction! Temperature wise anyways.

    Mon
    Apr 2 Partly Cloudy
    57/43 10%
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    Re: Weather forecast for 2007 Opening Day.

    EVEN BETTER UPDATE:

    Monday April 2nd

    Partly Cloudy
    High 61°/ Low 44°
    Precip. Chance 10%
    Wind: WNW 10 mph

    i'm going to go check and see if WNW wind is blowing in or out of the park.
    if i can figure it out i'll update it.

    UPDATE: the best that i can figure, the WNW winds, look like the wind will be blowing IN the stadium from right field.
    Last edited by redsgabp; 03-25-2007 at 09:17 PM.

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    Re: Weather forecast for 2007 Opening Day.

    Fantastic update!!!


    Mon
    Apr 2 Mostly Sunny
    72/45 10% Precip.
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    Re: Weather forecast for 2007 Opening Day.

    Quote Originally Posted by redsgabp View Post
    EVEN BETTER UPDATE:

    Monday April 2nd

    Partly Cloudy
    High 61/ Low 44
    Precip. Chance 10%
    Wind: WNW 10 mph

    i'm going to go check and see if WNW wind is blowing in or out of the park.
    if i can figure it out i'll update it.

    UPDATE: the best that i can figure, the WNW winds, look like the wind will be blowing IN the stadium from right field.
    WNW would be blow from left to right field. The stadium faces ENE.
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    Re: Weather forecast for 2007 Opening Day.

    Quote Originally Posted by Tommyjohn25 View Post
    Fantastic update!!!


    Mon
    Apr 2 Mostly Sunny
    72/45 10% Precip.
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    Re: Weather forecast for 2007 Opening Day.

    The National Weather Service now has a forecast for Monday. This is their opening day forecast:

    Partly cloudy, with a high near 63.

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    Re: Weather forecast for 2007 Opening Day.

    Quote Originally Posted by Tommyjohn25 View Post
    Sunny, 53/37, 0% precipitation.

    Last year Harangatang had great info for this thread, hopefully he drops by.
    I'm here I've just been lurking more and more of late. According to current indications that's right but it is really dependent on what happens with this next system coming in. There is a low that will be dropping some bad severe weather over the Plains on Wednesday and new low will form as the first one moves off and affects the Cincinnati area this weekend. Current model runs are showing that the low will be out of the Cincinnati by Monday morning but the timing could change dramatically. Hope this helps.


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