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  • Location: Camborne
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Quite an interesting article

 

 

Bob Henson • January 16, 2014 | Let’s set aside the outcome of the upcoming Super Bowl XLVII for a moment—for example, how an offense built around a traditional pocket passer will compare with one that uses a new-school quarterback who can run. Instead, let’s look at another critical issue: will it snow on game day?

 

http://www2.ucar.edu/atmosnews/opinion/10945/super-forecasting-challenge

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  • Location: Newton Abbot
  • Weather Preferences: Cold WInters, Hot & Thundery Summers
  • Location: Newton Abbot

Half the fun on Sunday Evenings as November/December approaches is looking at the games in the NFL's outside stadiums for any snow on the Red Zone  Posted Image

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