Published: 2010-09-20 09:36:41
Updated: 2010-09-20 09:36:41
Posted September 20, 2010 9:36 a.m. EDT
By Mike Moss
The good folks at the Southeastern Regional Climate Center (SERCC) in Chapel Hill have added a new update to a sports-related page on their web site that might come in handy if you need to plan ahead for a trip to a pro football game somewhere. They've been calculating climate data for all the cities hosting NFL games each week, and putting them into a table available at their web site.
The table for NFL games joins a growing list of links to sporting event-related climate data at SERCC that includes information for college bowl games, NASCAR races, golf tournaments and more. For each NFL game on the upcoming schedule, you can see what the average and extreme high and low have been for the date, along with the record precipitation for the date and when it occurred.