Tonight's game between Manchester City and Sunderland has been postponed due to unsafe conditions. More storms have hit an already badly-flooded UK, reportedly bringing winds of up to 100mph. Not exactly the sort of weather to be kicking a ball around in.
Greater Manchester Police tweeted confirmation that the game had been postponed, also issuing a severe weather warning in Manchester city centre due to strong winds:
It looked like this might not be the only Premier League match to fall victim to the weather this evening, though after a pitch inspection it looks like Stoke City's game at home to Swansea City will go ahead as planned -- albeit with a delayed kickoff:
Kick-off of #SCFC v Swansea has been put back to 8pm, due to traffic issues around the Britannia Stadium— Stoke City FC (@stokecity) February 12, 2014
Update: Everton vs. Crystal Palace is off as well. Goodison Park isn't looking so good.
Everton v Crystal Palace has been postponed due to building damage which has led to safety concerns.— Sky Sports News (@SkySportsNews) February 12, 2014