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GSUsTALON
10-10-2005, 04:53 PM
like the one you got in Statesboro last year. so I told them to keep it under 40 this time. If The Jacks can score 21 & GSU scores 38 than you should come away from the game feeling good.

OK_Jackrabbit
10-10-2005, 05:47 PM
It's getting colder up here every day...

GSUsTALON
10-10-2005, 06:34 PM
No but really whats the avg temp for the game.& dont throw some slop number at me. any chance U can dome that hell hole feild of yours?

90Jackrabbit
10-10-2005, 10:00 PM
Talon here is some info from the national weather service in Sioux Falls about the snowiest autumns on record.

THIRD AND FOURTH PLACES GO TO THE FAMOUS HALLOWEEN SNOWSTORM OF OCT.
31ST/ NOV. 1ST IN 1991 IN WHICH 12.1 INCHES FELL FOLLOWED BY BLIZZARD
CONDITIONS...AND THE LATE NOVEMBER 2001 STORM OF THE 26-27TH WITH A
STORM TOTAL OF 12.6 INCHES OF HEAVY WET SNOW.

THE HALLOWEEN SNOWSTORM OF 1991 TOOK THE PRIZE FOR THE HEAVIEST SNOW SO
EARLY IN THE SEASON FOR SIOUX FALLS. THE EARLIEST SIGNIFICANT SNOWFALL
SINCE RECORDS BEGAN IN 1893 WAS 5.1 INCHES ON OCTOBER 8/9 IN 1970.

IT SHOULD BE MENTIONED ONE OF THE WORST WINTER STORMS IN OCTOBER/
NOVEMBER HISTORY WAS NOT A SNOWSTORM BUT AN ICESTORM. ON NOVEMBER
15TH/16TH 1996 BETWEEN 2 AND 3 INCHES OF FREEZING RAIN...SLEET...AND
SOME SNOW OCCURRED IN THE SIOUX FALLS AREA....CAUSING CONSIDERABLE
DAMAGE TO TREES AND POWER LINES.


and here are the record low temps for each day in the month of October.

DATE RECORD LOW YEAR
1 23 1974
2 21 1974
3 25 1987
4 22 1952, 1968
5 20 1952
6 21 1898
7 17 1974
8 15 2000
9 18 1906
10 18 1987
11 20 1987
12 15 1917
13 13 1909
14 19 1937
15 23 1943, 1952,
1972, 1974
16 19 1976
17 13 1976
18 15 1972
19 9 1972
20 13 1917
21 11 1913
22 17 1916
23 13 1895
24 17 1955
25 17 1919
26 10 1936
27 10 1925
28 2 1925
29 -5 1925
30 7 1925
31 13 1949, 1993


Talon did you notice that the lowest temp ever in the month of October was the 29th, and we also tend to get snowstorms around Halloween.

P.S. These records are from Sioux Falls which is about 60 miles south of Brookings, the snow gets deeper and the temps get colder the farther north you go.

SiouxFallsJack
10-10-2005, 10:53 PM
Talon here is some info from the national weather service in Sioux Falls about the snowiest autumns on record.

THIRD AND FOURTH PLACES GO TO THE FAMOUS HALLOWEEN SNOWSTORM OF OCT.
31ST/ NOV. 1ST IN 1991 IN WHICH 12.1 INCHES FELL FOLLOWED BY BLIZZARD
CONDITIONS.

THE HALLOWEEN SNOWSTORM OF 1991 TOOK THE PRIZE FOR THE HEAVIEST SNOW SO
EARLY IN THE SEASON FOR SIOUX FALLS. ;D ;D

and here are the record low temps for each day in the month of October.

DATE RECORD LOW YEAR

29 -5 1925
BUUURRRRRRRRRRRR

P.S. These records are from Sioux Falls which is about 60 miles south of Brookings, the snow gets deeper and the temps get colder the farther north you go.


Now thats some real football weather!

GSUsTALON
10-11-2005, 01:11 PM
What a f'n icebox. Being a GSU man I always think we'll win every game but in truth i worry less about the foe than the weather. Ive seen a cold , slik pigskin and shiiiityfeild do more to derail the eagle express than a pair of 250lb LB linebackers with 4.4 speed could dream of.

wererabbit
10-12-2005, 07:34 PM
HEY THEY ARE JUST MESSING WITH YOU. Tell your georgia boys that the weather will be around 50 - 60 above . all you need is just warmer socks nothing else needed.

GSUsTALON
10-13-2005, 04:01 PM
where-du-rabbit

I didnt mean to sound mad :)

wererabbit
10-13-2005, 07:26 PM
hey i am just kidding also if your boys just end up wearing extra socks they could be in a world of hurt ;D