Week 2 of the college football season is off to a slow start for many teams around the country.

Bad weather has delayed and suspended several big matchups early on in Saturday’s slate of games.

Vanderbilt vs. Wake Forest, which kicked off at 11 a.m. ET in Winston-Salem, was suspended with 12:59 left in the first quarter after lightning had been reported within 8 miles of the stadium. After being delayed over an hour, the game finally resumed and Wake Forest currently has a 3-0 lead over the Commodores.

That wasn’t the only game in North Carolina impacted by the weather.

NC State vs. Notre Dame was also delayed after lightning was reported in the area and the game, which kicked off at 12 p.m. ET, remains in a delay. Notre Dame currently holds a 3-0 lead, but it is not clear when the game will resume. After the stadium board shorted out after lightning, it seems the game might be far from resuming.

Just north in Virginia, Purdue and Virginia Tech were also impacted by bad weather. The game, that kicked off at noon, went into a weather delay in the first quarter and has not resumed. The Boilermakers lead 7-0 early.

The fourth game in a weather delay is Georgia Tech’s matchup with South Carolina State. The game has not kicked off yet, but has an approximate kickoff time of 1:22 p.m. ET.