The Weather Could Be An Issue For Winter Classic

Probably could have just updated the old post. But its summer, who gives a shit. It's not like we had to do any work for this post.
 
 
Great research by Meecrofilm via cblog in the last post breaking down the last ten winters. The forecast?
 
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Check out the weather in PGH on Christmas Day in the past 10 years.
(highs and precipitation)
2009: 45 degrees, .7 inches of rain
2008: 37 degrees
2007: 45 degrees .7 inches of rain
2006: 47 degrees, .36 inches of rain
2005: 40 degrees, .08 inches of rain
2004: 22 degrees
2003: 30 degrees, .01 inches of rain, .5 inches of snow
2002: 35 degrees, .38 inches of precipitation
2001: 24 degrees
2000: 17 degrees

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And then take that and look a week later, New Year's Day.

2010: 34 degrees, .4 inches of snow, .02 inches of rain
2009: 29 degrees
2008: 40 degrees, .4 inches of snow, .04 inches of rain
2007: 56 degrees
2006: 40 degrees
2005: 53 degrees
2004: 47 degrees, .01 inches of rain
2003: 42 degrees, 1.22 inches of rain
2002: 23 degrees
2001: 25 degrees

 
 
It hasn't been below 32 degrees on New Years Day since 2002.
 
Not to mention, Heinz Field could be under water from yearly tears of Steeler fans.
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first time we probably should use "lol" at a pic.
 
Go Pens.
 
 
 
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