The Eagles' party at Lincoln Financial Field to celebrate their Super Bowl win and open the 2018 NFL season has been interrupted by Mother Nature.
Severe weather closed in on the Linc ahead of the Eagles' regular-season opener against the Atlanta Falcons and forced kickoff to be pushed back to 9:05 p.m.
A message from the National Weather Service was posted on the videoboard asking everyone to take cover in stadium concourses.
Fans headed for cover just as rain started to fall and lightning began to light up the South Philadelphia sky.
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The storm was expected to be severe but brief.
Small, but heavy thunderstorm approaching South Philly & The Linc. Lightning, heavy rain and gusty winds- but will be brief! #eagles #philly #nfl #firstalertwx pic.twitter.com/EHhRAwEWLJ— Violeta Yas (@YasT62) September 6, 2018
Players and fans weren't the only ones upset by the delay.
Unbelievable. We've got a weather delay here at The Linc. This crowd was so fired up and now we're not sure what time the game is going to start. But whenever we kickoff they will be ready. Shooting for 8:55 now— Tony Dungy (@TonyDungy) September 6, 2018
Well, not everyone.