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RAIN being forecasted DURING the game

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For our visiting desert dweller, rain is the liquid water precipitation that falls periodically in habitats that are suitable for life.

Its being forecast for during the game.

This gives Carolina a huge advantage.

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Anybody have an idea of what sec 300 rows are covered by the upper deck?

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The one downside of my seats during a game is if it's a hard rain - the seating bowl fill with water and row 1a is literally under water and mine are mostly under. I've sat on top of the seatback with my feet on top of the seatback in front of me on more than one occasion. When it's that bad though, a lot of people retreat to the concourses. Thankfully once it slacks down - it drains very quickly. But when it's hard, you've got literal waterfalls coming down from the upper deck and it all comes right down to my seats.

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Do we really need the advantage?

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You won't be sitting come Saturday night

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You won't be sitting come Saturday night

If you're in my seats and it fills up like that - you can't stand unless you want to stand thigh deep in water. I'll pass on that and prop my feet on the seat back in front of me. I wouldn't have it any other way though.

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Bring it! I hope it rains like a mother fuger. I'll be standing the whole game anyway.

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with all the gloating about the weather, i can seriously see the rain being a factor in us losing somehow now.. :(

im nervous

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