28
Jun
12

4th of July and Boilermaker

Well, we’re down to what you might call, the “stretch run”, if you are a runner. “Final kick”.

First, the 4th of July, Independance Day, looks fantastic. The only storm chances are Saturday, Sunday, and Monday afternoons. Then, beautiful Tuesday and Wednesday, which is the holiday. Temps will remain in the 80s each day, with the warmest being Friday and Saturday, the coolest being Tuesday. That covers the forecast, and the holiday.

As for the Boilermaker, quick recap. The average starting temp for 8am on that date is about 65F, and that’s about where I expect it this year 🙂 In fact, the only weather I see thus far, is the possibility of early fog, but runners wont mind that. The fog would turn into haze, and the day will likely be warm, a bit humid, hazy, and with light wind. So, for right now, I’d say, bring the sunglasses and sun screen, because after 8am, any fog would likely be gone anyway.

I will have some snazzy graphics depicting the forecast for the race, starting tonight at 10PM on WFXV, and at 11PM on WUTR.

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