Cold and Wet in Boston

There is a weather advisory posted on the Boston Marathon web site concerning tomorrow’s race:

The most up-to-date weather forecast calls for a predicted Spring storm on Monday, including heavy rains (potentially 3 to 5 inches), with the start temperatures in the mid to upper 30′s. Wind will likely be East (in the face of the participants for most of the race) in the 20 to 25 mile per hour range, with gusts to as much as 50 miles per hour. This will produce a wind chill index of 25 to 30-degrees Fahrenheit.

As much as I would like to run Boston, I am glad this was not my year.

Ran 5 miles Friday and then 15 miles yesterday. I waited until mid-day because of storms Saturday morning.

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