Colorado Rapids’ residence match vs. Seattle Sounders postponed by blizzard forecast
The Colorado Rapids have postponed their match against the Seattle Sounders until Sept. 7. Originally scheduled for Wednesday evening, an impending snowstorm has forced the Rapids and their fans to make new plans for the night.
The winter storm is expected to bring 4-8 inches of snow to the Denver area with 50 mph winds. The possible blizzard was too much for the Rapids (0-4-2) to attempt a potential Snow Clasico Four — just five weeks after the third edition when Colorado played Portland to a draw.
The Rapids are still scheduled to play at home at 7 p.m. Saturday against D.C. United. The forecast clears up Friday and Denver-area temperatures are expected to be in the 50s with some sun during the day Saturday.
The Colorado Rapids have postponed their match in opposition to the Seattle Sounders till Sept. 7. Initially scheduled for Wednesday night, an impending snowstorm has pressured the Rapids and their followers to make new plans for the evening.
The winter storm is anticipated to convey 4-Eight inches of snow to the Denver space with 50 mph winds. The potential blizzard was an excessive amount of for the Rapids (0-4-2) to aim a possible Snow Clasico 4 — simply 5 weeks after the third version when Colorado performed Portland to a draw.
The Rapids are nonetheless scheduled to play at residence at 7 p.m. Saturday in opposition to D.C. United. The forecast clears up Friday and Denver-area temperatures are anticipated to be within the 50s with some solar throughout the day Saturday.