Sports stars can often be seen wearing a baseball cap and a cap, as if they are the stars of the game.
But that is not always the case, as there are times when sports fans may choose to be more active than usual.
With the Superbowl coming up, there is always a chance that sports fans can opt to be in their usual fashion and not be affected by the weather.
The weather, it turns out, can play a big part in the Superdome weather.
According to the US National Weather Service, the weather forecast for the Superstorm Sandy is expected to be pretty decent, but not great.
While the worst storm, a category 5, has been moving along the coast of New York, the Atlantic and Gulf of Mexico, a low pressure system has moved up the coast, bringing with it some high winds and heavy rainfall.
As of this writing, a heavy rainfall is expected along the New Jersey shore, and as the storm moves inland, it is possible that it could bring significant flooding and damaging winds to parts of the state.
The Weather Channel’s Andrew DeMuth says the storm is expected not to be as strong as Sandy, but that it will be heavy and could bring flooding.
The forecast also suggests a low in the Atlantic Ocean, which could lead to significant erosion.
As DeMueys report notes, Sandy made landfall near Cape Cod on Wednesday morning, bringing winds up to 80mph.
It was just before 2:00am EST when Sandy made its landfall in the area of the New York City metropolitan area, with winds at up to 50mph.
The storm is not expected to become a major threat to the New England coast, but the forecast could still bring flooding in some areas.
DeMuzies report suggests that a high pressure system will move up the eastern coast of the United States in the next few hours.
This low pressure is forecast to bring heavy rain to parts in the western United States, but a low could also be a problem in parts of Texas and Louisiana, which have already received the most rain in a single day, with some areas seeing as much as 25 inches in some places.