Saturday, January 06, 2007

WOAH!!! Look at that!!!

Well, I don't wanna jinx anything but the forecast is sure looking better and better. We're still way out but I'm sure lovin' it. Looks like they're forecasting the cool front coming in a bit sooner than originally predicted. We'll see. Prayers, prayers, prayers!!

edited the very next morning, Sunday, Jan 7

Ok, ix-nay on the better forecast. It just went south real quick. Now, the LOW Sunday morning is around 60. HA!!!

Now, I don't wanna see a bunch of comments about not worrying about the weather and how you don't know what the weather's going to be until you get there, yada, yada, yada. I'm not worrying about the weather. I'm just having fun. This has been a wild roller coaster ride and I want to ride it with my hands in the air, right up to the starting line. Bring it on!!!...all the uncertainty, all the fear, all the miles!!! What a ride!!!

8 comments:

J~Mom said...

I hope the weather turns out nice for you! Thanks for sharing your ride with us!!

Vicky and Dale said...

ISN'T THIS FUUUUUUNN!!!! I'm totally enjoying watching all the first-time marathoners getting ready for their big day and reliving the memories from my first big day = )

The post-race celebration is going to be something to behold!

L*I*S*A said...

I was obsessed with weather last year when I ran Chicago for my debut. It was freakin' cold and windy, but it didn't derail my good time.

I love this journey you are on!!

doug said...

I'll bet 44 and cloudy at the start. 30% chance of rain, but it doesn't rain at all and partly cloudy at noon.

TX Runner Girl said...

Great attitude to have! You will have a great time and finish no matter what the forecast says!

David said...

I predict that a high pressure cell will come through at about 6:55am. This will be followed shortly by flurries of footsteps. Unfortunately, we may be in for some draughts that will only be quenched by scattered showers every 1.5 miles. We may hit our low point at about mile 22, but this will soon be followed by a warm front of thundering applause as we whirl like tornadoes towards the finish line. All in all, the day will be littered with record highs as we sit and wait for the perfect storm to come again in ~ 1 year's time...

Sarah said...

Laughing at David's comment... :)

TX Runner Girl said...

Great forecast David!