Vikings Stadium Collapse
December 12, 2010 by USA Post
Vikings Stadium Collapse, The collapse of the roof of the Metrodome early Sunday morning has left the Vikings and the Giants without a place for their Week 14 clash, but they should be happy that they are not inside when it happened.
The “deflated” roof seemed to swell in the dome – a leak of more snow in small streams of powder – as seen from inside the stadium.
Forecasters say the Santa Ana winds blowing in from abroad could send Southern California temperatures to near record levels.
Jamie Meier of the National Weather Service said downtown Los Angeles could see a high of 82 degrees on Sunday. The record for December 12 is 86 degrees in 1895.
Temperatures in the region of Los Angeles should remain in the 80 to a cooling trend begins Tuesday.
High winds arrived Saturday with hurricane force gusts above Whitaker Peak. City News Service said wind gusts in the mountains near Lake Castaic hit 78 miles per hour.
Winds exceeded 50 mph in some mountain areas before decreasing Saturday night.
Meanwhile, the Midwest trying to dig from a snowstorm that caused the roof of Teflon Minnesota Vikings stadium collapse.
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