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Posted at 6:29 AM ET, 12/21/2008

SkinsCast: Windy and Very Cold

By Josh Larson
Redskins vs. Eagles
Sunday, 4:15 p.m., FedEx Field
Kickoff2-Min WarningWeatherChance of Precip.
35F30FGradual clearing, cold10%
If you attended the Ravens game in Baltimore, you can probably still feel the cold in your bones two weeks later. Today's game will have a similar feel. Strong winds and falling temperatures through the 30s (wind chills in the teens) will make you glad you brought a blanket, extra layers, warm socks, a hat and gloves.
 

SkinsCast appears before every Redskins home game. Also, see our full forecast through early next week.

By Josh Larson  | December 21, 2008; 6:29 AM ET
Categories:  SkinsCast  
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Comments

Thanks as always. Since game time was recently bumped to 4:15, could you gear the updated forecast to the new time? And while I'm at it, please make the forecast say: 1) cold rain, high of 34, but moving out quickly and bone dry at least 1 hour before kickoff; or 2) heavy snow throughout the game, high of 31? Actually, the latter is preferred.

Posted by: ParkerGP | December 18, 2008 7:28 AM | Report abuse

@ParkerGP

I just updated the forecast. The later game time makes a significant difference in the forecast. Storm could be moving out around kickoff...

Posted by: CapitalWeatherGang | December 18, 2008 9:05 AM | Report abuse

Is it possible to get a BowlCast -- a forecast for the EagleBank Bowl at RFK on Saturday?

Posted by: ChrisChase | December 18, 2008 1:03 PM | Report abuse

What are the chances for snow?

Posted by: UVA97 | December 18, 2008 5:19 PM | Report abuse

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