From beginner runner to marathoner!
That graphic isn't very precise...some of the sites I checked say "PM showers"...find a site that shows hour=by=hour forecasts.Worse is the high temps show as 70F. This race starts uber-late for a marathon (most start at 7am in the states) and so we are more vulnerable to high temps nost-noontime.Temps above 60F will slow us down a bit..I would prefer a light rain to that, actually. It is what it is. We will run anyway 8)
I agree Paul, I do not like the fact that we will be running during the hottest time of the day with 70 F degrees and sunny skies!
All we want is around 15 degrees and some cloud. That shouldn't be too much to ask for :-)Oh and no wind of course but that goes without saying...