Unreal conditions in the forecast for Monday.
See our article here.
Will the course record and possibly 2:03:59 fall?
AS Jk says in the article:
"A near-20 mph tailwind might chop three or four minutes off someone's finishing time," said Mr. Kellogg. "A sub-2:03:59 clocking wouldn't actually shock me. I'll tell you this - if Boston had rabbits and the field that is assembled for the 2011 London marathon was running with a time bonus on the line, I'd actually be a little surprised if someone didn't run the fastest marathon time ever recorded."
There was another thread on this topic with two posts which I'm re-post here.
A strong SW wind could bode well for another record time.
Not sure about a CR, but I'll say five runners under 2:07 (including MF Hall!)