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Wind looks steady at 12 mph, temp mid-20s

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  1. Tunescribe

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    Mid-20s almost sounds balmy compared to the previous forecasts.
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    It's gonna feel like 11-13 degrees, that'll suck for a certain Southern California football team.

    See, this is why worrying about the weather seven days in advance is kinda pointless.
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    What's the orientation of the field at Gillette (N-S, E-W, etc)? Wind is predicted to be West-Northwest. Would that be endzone to endzone, across the field or diagonally across the field? Drilling down on this far too much. 12 mph probably doesn't preclude anything in the passing game except you want to be a little more careful on long throws.
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    Check out the weather.com Game Page - the Wind Direction picture shows the wind direction with regard to the direction of the field.

    http://www.weather.com/outlook/events/nfl/gameforecast/02035?eventid=239439
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    I just moved from New England to Florida 3 Weeks ago and I do not miss that weather at all! It does not take very long to get used to the weather down here. Usually sunny low 80's
    Anyway, just letting you guys know there are plenty of New England transplants and snow birds down here in Florida routing the pats on.
    Also looking forward to spring training down here.
    GO PATS!!!!!!!!
    JIGA
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    Oh yeah! So, pretty much a diagonal wind. I think Tom has the stronger arm. Rivers looks like he pushes, or shortarms the ball, but he still somehow gets quite a bit of velocity on it. Let's go, game tomorrow, can't wait.
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    Thanks! That shows it all.
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    Thats wind speed will be no factor.I was at the game last week and the wind was like from 10-15 mph from the same direction.This is huge IMO.
    It will be 20 degrees colder thats all.probably 20 degrees colder than what the Pats are use to,but about 60 degrees colder than the electric mouths deal with.
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