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Last updated November 23, 2012.
Virginia at Virginia Tech
Friday Forecast: Increasing clouds, 55-60.
Gameday: Saturday, November 24
Pre-game, 10:00 a.m.
Partly sunny, windy, 33.
Partly cloudy, windy, 35
Post game, 4:00 p.m.
Partly cloudy, windy 34.
Very cold and windy conditions behind a strong cold front. Temperatures hold in the mid-30s with winds 15-25 mph, gusting over 30 mph. Wind chills will be in the 20s and a few snow flurries can't be ruled out.
Bottom line: Uncomfortable weather, uncomfortable close to season. Virgina Tech 28, Virginia 13 (Prediction record: 7-4)
Sunday Forecast: Mostly sunny, 40-45.
Previous game predictions:
'Hoos cruise. Virginia 41, Richmond 14 (actual Virginia 43, Richmond 19)
'Hoos sneak by. Virginia 20, Penn State 16 (actual Virginia 17, Penn State 16)
More misfortune in Atlanta. Georgia Tech 24, Virginia 21 (actual Georgia Tech 56, Virginia 20)
Strong effort, tough loss. TCU 28, Virginia 21 (actual TCU 27, Virginia 7)
This one stings. Louisiana Tech 34, Virginia 31. (actual LA Tech 44, Virginia 38)
Some progress, but more frustration. Duke 24, Virginia 20. (actual Duke 42, Virginia 17)
A great day to turn things around. Virginia 28, Maryland 24. (actual Maryland 27, Virginia 20)
Hoos finally get it done. UVA 31, Wake Forest 21 (actual Wake Forest 16, Virginia 10)
Falling just short again. NC State 24, UVA 21 (actual Virginia 33, NC State 6)
Great weather, better game. Virginia 28, Miami 21 (actual Virginia 41, Miami 40)
No cooling down this team. Virginia 27, UNC 21 (actual UNC 37, Virginia 13)
Forecast prepared by TheSabre.com meteorologist Jason Samenow. Feel free to email him with any questions regarding the forecast.
Jason Samenow (BadgerHoo) graduated with a B.A. in Environmental Science, concentrating in Atmospheric Science, from the University of Virginia in 1998. He completed his Master's Degree in Meteorology at the University of Wisconsin-Madison in the summer of 2000. He is the Weather Editor at the Washington Post, and chief meteorologist for washingtonpost.com's Capital Weather Gang blog.