OK. Here we go. About a week and a half till opening day and looks like we may get snow on the ground for the opener. It's still too far out to say for sure, but the computer models have been showing this possibility now for over a week and the evidence is getting stronger. Take a look: This is a government computer forecast model for Nov. 26 (Opening Day): To explain the map...obviously the green is precipitation. The orange and blue lines represent temperature in Celsius at appoximately 5000 ft above sea level, where most precipitation forms. You'll notice the orange line is 10c or 50f. The blue line that runs through Tennessee represents 0c or 32f, right at freezing point. Most importantly, the line that clips northern Ohio represents minus 10c or 14f. So it appears we are in for decent precipitation with all of Ohio below freezing...at least at 5000 feet. At least we won't be wearing T-shirts this year.