WEST LAFAYETTE, IN – OCTOBER 31: A general view of the field at the Purdue Boilermakers and Nebraska Cornhusker game at Ross-Ade Stadium on October 31, 2015 in West Lafayette, Indiana. (Photo by Cory Seward/Getty Images)With summer over and football season officially here, several teams are experiencing the negative side of Mother Nature.Following its season-opening defeat to Northwestern, Purdue is hoping to grab its first victory of 2018. Yet, the Boilermakers will have to prepare for gloomy weather in Indiana.The Boilermakers are scheduled to host Eastern Michigan at 12:00 p.m. ET, but the current field conditions look quite brutal.Poncho Day at Ross-Ade Stadium pic.twitter.com/dRKa8XpBmi— mike carmin (@carmin_jc) September 8, 2018It’s safe to say that Ross-Ade Stadium will be soaked for today’s showdown. As of right now, the forecast predicts rain into tomorrow morning.Both teams could resort to heavy ground attacks, as rain usually affects production from the quarterbacks. Nonetheless, expect more touches from D.J. Knox, who totaled 77 rushing yards on seven carries last week.I’m LOOKING LIVE…at Ross-Ade Stadium for what will be a wet afternoon of football as #Purdue hosts Eastern Michigan. As tradition, the view from my home office today. pic.twitter.com/epMW2uGNdF— Matthew Stevens (@matthewcstevens) September 8, 2018Although the weather looks awful, the Boilermakers have an excellent chance to capitalize on their four-game homestand.Fans can watch the action unfold on the Big Ten Network at noon.