I thought that like many sports events that it might have a changed start time. My road race tomorrow was cancelled as potentially unsafe. However with television coverage constraints I suppose something as simple as playing it a little earlier in the day was not possible.
Very likely, although the weather in Edinburgh wasn't too bad - windy but mainly clear and sunny - until it got to about 2 pm when Ciara hit us with a vengeance! Still, we had plenty of warning that the storm was on its way, but I suppose most people hoped it would hold off until later, something that wasn't really helped by variable forecasts.
I thought it made the game a lottery. Despite that I thought Scotland looked most likely to win as they made better choices for the conditions. A pity there is no roof as at the Principality Stadium in Cardiff?
Scotland usually do tend to play better in poor conditions, but if they made better choices then they seemed to have had problems implementing them! A roof would be a good idea, and they do have one now over the West Stand, but I'd think that the cost of renovating the existing stadium at Murrayfield would be too costly for the SRU, although I understand that they're looking to find a new venue, presumably an area where they could build a stadium from scratch, something which might be a little less costly process? As for the match being a lottery, I think the fairly low scoreline sums it up quite well, because the wind played havoc with the ball, particularly when it came to scoring penalty goals.