Skin #42: When the Weather is Against You by American Student Radio published on 2013-11-10T21:58:33Z In Bloomington, Indiana, we’re lucky to have quite a few perfect days for outdoor sports. And pretty much anyone who’s played sports knows this is important. Because when the weather is against you – when fans freeze in the stands or the fog is so bad the center fielder can’t see home plate – it’s easy to just pack it up and go home. At the same time, those bad weather games can be some of the most memorable and fond moments for players and fans alike. You remember them, sometimes, decades later. Can you remember a time when bad weather wreaked havoc on an event? Write us at email@example.com. We want to hear your story. In this episode of Shirts and Skins, Indiana University student Eli Wilz tells ASR’s Sam Rumpza the story of a lacrosse game that he remembers from high school. This episode of Shirts and Skins was reported and produced by Sam Rumpza. Photo from <a href="http://i.cdn.turner.com/si/multimedia/photo_gallery/0810/bad.weather.games/images/fogbowl.jpg" target="_blank">Turner CDN</a>.