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Old 09-19-2010, 05:09 PM   #1
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Nobody told me they relocated Invesco on the surface of the sun. Holy hell it was hot today.
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How hot was it?
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Old 09-19-2010, 05:43 PM   #4
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hottest game ever at invesco they said 91 degrees.

i live in phoenix and happened to be moving my personal belongings to our new home, freaking 110+

a very hot day in the southwest.
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Old 09-19-2010, 05:53 PM   #5
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It was stupid hot... It was really funny after half-time. The west side of the stadium (in the shade) was packed, the east side took a long time to filter back in. The club level never came back.
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Old 09-19-2010, 06:18 PM   #6
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I was on the East side and was miserable. Good thing the Broncos plaed so well!
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Old 09-19-2010, 06:20 PM   #7
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Thought it was hotter today at Invesco than it was last week in Jacksonville.
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Old 09-19-2010, 06:21 PM   #8
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100 degrees in Denver does not even remotely compare to 100 degrees in the south. Not even close. When it's 100 degrees in Denver, you can use perspiration and shade to your advantage.
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Old 09-19-2010, 06:26 PM   #9
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100 degrees in Denver does not even remotely compare to 100 degrees in the south. Not even close. When it's 100 degrees in Denver, you can use perspiration and shade to your advantage.
That's great. I've been to both games this season, and it felt much hotter today than it did last week in Florida.
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Not sure I have ever been hotter at a game in my life. When we got back to the car it said 100 - but then in about five minutes dropped to a more comfortable 99. We were on the southeast side - cooked is the term that comes to mind.
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I think they showed that on the field it was almost a 120 on the field. i dont know how but that is what the thing said
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Old 09-19-2010, 06:34 PM   #12
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That's great. I've been to both games this season, and it felt much hotter today than it did last week in Florida.
I was at neither game. But I hear the Jacksonville game was an early game, and it rained... you know, the weather phenomenon that typically follows a cold front? My statement is what they call a "generalization." For instance: typically it is much more uncomfortable when excessive heat is combined with humidity. Generally the humidity in Denver doesn't compare to the southern climates.
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It didn't rain until the end of the 3rd quarter, the heat index was at 100 until the mid-3rd, but thanks for telling me about the weather I was present for.
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It didn't rain until the end of the 3rd quarter, the heat index was at 100 until the mid-3rd, but thanks for telling me about the weather I was present for.
A heat index of 100 is not really that hot for late summer in Florida. I would dare say most Floridians would call that "not really that hot."
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hottest game ever at invesco they said 91 degrees.

i live in phoenix and happened to be moving my personal belongings to our new home, freaking 110+

a very hot day in the southwest.
September and Arizona = Very hot. Why would today of most days from April to September be any different. You live in a freaking furnace. Your new home is going to be hot as hell too. BTW, nice seeing ya post again.
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It was stupid hot... It was really funny after half-time. The west side of the stadium (in the shade) was packed, the east side took a long time to filter back in. The club level never came back.
by the noise level, we could never tell the difference.
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I think they showed that on the field it was almost a 120 on the field. i dont know how but that is what the thing said
Not shocked. We had a woman in our section whose husband had one of those digital compass deals. It was reading 126 but I wasn't sure at the time how accurate it was.
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Old 09-19-2010, 07:58 PM   #19
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Oppressive heat today. Good thing the Broncos rolled!
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A heat index of 100 is not really that hot for late summer in Florida. I would dare say most Floridians would call that "not really that hot."
This was our second summer here, last Sunday was the hottest day in those 2 years. Until the rain came it was brutal. HI of 100 anywhere is no fun, the difference comes when you get into the shade, it's a lot better when you don't have humidity.
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Old 09-19-2010, 08:56 PM   #22
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I think they showed that on the field it was almost a 120 on the field. i dont know how but that is what the thing said
If you put a thermometer in the sun, it generally creeps up. They had one in the shade that read 100, which I'm sure was more accurate. The official high temp was 96 today, and yeah if you're in the sun, that's pretty dang hot. I heard the highest temp ever in September was 97, so today was pretty dang hot.

That's why you'll always see Denver take the West sideline at home. Not only do they get the shade later in the game, the coaching staff doesn't have the sun in their eyes.
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