FIFA World Cup 2014: U.S.-Ghana site under flood alert
Rain is pounding Natal, the site of the United States' opening match.
Brazilian city Natal, host of Monday's match between the United States and Ghana, is currently under a flood alert, according to the Associated Press.
Issued late Saturday, the alert comes less than 48 hours before the U.S. is set to open play in Group G. And more rain appears to be on the way.
Natal has already reached its annual average rainfall for June, and there's a good chance the rain will continue throughout the week.
However, Sunday brought some sunshine, and there doesn't appear to be any reason to believe the match will be delayed.
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