Once again Mother Nature is looking down on us favorably for our second night game of the season. Often a night game in October can be quite uncomfortable but not this time around. It will be warm for any daytime tailgates with sunshine and high temperatures in the lower to middle 70s. The sun is setting earlier this time of the year so you will likely need a jacket before heading into the stadium as temperatures will drop into the middle 60s before the 7:30pm kickoff.
The damp weather will continue Thursday and into early Friday. Thursday will be rather cloudy damp and cool with temperatures not leaving the 50s in many locations. Will have some showers and drizzle during the day on Thursday. Thursday night will still be damp with areas of frogs and drizzle and some showers. Lows will be in the 50s. Temperatures will try to rebound a little bit on Friday. The day will start off with clouds, fog, and some drizzle.
A slow moving disturbance moving along a front stalled to our south will dominate our weather and give us some gray, damp days through the middle of the week. Wednesday will be rather cloudy and cooler with periods of rain and areas of fog, especially over the ridges. The rain and an easterly flow of air will help to keep temperatures from rising much higher than 60 on Wednesday, many spots may not even get out of the 50s.
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