Originally Posted by Luke Skycocker
Kinda disappointing that the field can't hold just over an inch of rain over the span of 3 days, but whatever
You also have to take into account the tide levels too. An inch of rain makes a big difference when it's high tide. At high tide the marsh just behind the field is filled with water, not to mention the roads leading to/from the field, as well as the parking areas. Again, you have to think of it in Charleston terms, not Columbia terms.