Rain, storms and other nasty weather conditions have rolled through the northeastern United States lately, and MLB games in New York, Chicago, Cleveland, Minnesota, Kansas City and Boston have all seen postponements lately. Similar conditions in Toronto, where ice is falling from the CN Tower, has also put Monday’s Blue Jays game at risk.

Although the Red Sox cancelled their annual Patriots’ Day home game on Monday, there were no such cancellations for the Boston Marathon, where some remarkable people are, uh, taking it in stride. How bad is it? On Sunday, runners are battling through cold, rain and a literal gale of a headwind:

Respect to any of the runners out there, who are risking hypothermia and more for some good old-fashioned sport glory. We have video of the weather conditions, and they do confirm, it’s bonkers out there:

Umbrellas appear to be losing the matchup against weather today:

Desiree Linden became the first American runner to win the women’s race in 33 years, while Japanese runner Yuki Kawauchi won the men’s race. Staying home almost looked better than crossing the finish line:

Also, somebody brought this sign to the marathon, because the Atlanta Falcons will never be allowed to forget:

Hopefully, you’ll be able to avoid going out today if you’re in one of these storm-ravaged cities. Better to just stay home, curl up in a blanket and watch some videos of other people going through it instead.