It rained almost all day today in Qinhuangdao, which shouldn't be a surprise if you saw the amount of dragon flies that were out yesterday. That's right. According to the USA's team liaison officer, Sheri, if the dragon flies come out, it means rain is coming. Them's some smart insects. It rained quite hard in the morning and evening. The ocean was churning up a bit too and there were actually some waves crashing on the shore. It's supposed to drizzle through the night and into the next morning, so the U.S. team could be in for a wet practice on Friday. The fields are in excellent shape here, although a bit soft, and the screw-in cleats could be called up. Interesting WNT Note: Goalkeeper Nicole Barnhart is the only WNT Player who almost exclusively wears screw-ins. But we digress...Hopefully the rain will pass and the weather for the USA's first match on Aug. 6 will be nice.