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September 12, 2013 - 11:52 AM
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Gameday forecasts for College Football through the day on Saturday! - Week #3

Here we go and certainly feeling like Fall across the United States.....Just in time for College Football! Check the weather forecast out here and as always, be sure to check out and follow "TailgatingWeatherGal" for all the information you need on gameday!

 

Week 3 -

Saturday (9/14/13)

#5 Stanford @ Army: Saturday Noon at Michie Stadium in West Point, NY: A great day for football! Temperatures will start in the lower 60s at kickoff and rise to the mid 60s with plenty of sunshine through the game. Nice NW wind at 5 - 10 mph.

#7 Louisville @ Kentucky: Saturday Noon at Commonwealth Stadium in Lexington, KY: Sunshine through the game with temperatures in the lower 60s at kickoff. The temp will rise into the upper 60s by the 4th quarter but still comfortable. NE winds at 5 - 10 mph.

Akron @ #11 Michigan: Saturday Noon at "THE BIG HOUSE" in Ann Arbor, MI: A little chilly to begin but plenty of sunshine through the duration of the game. In the mid 50s at kickoff only rising through the low 60s by the 4th quarter. Light winds.

#16 UCLA @ #23 Nebraska: Saturday 11:00AM Memorial Stadium (CT) in Lincoln, NE: A 30% chance of showers and storms rolling through the area but they look to stay mainly north of Memorial Stadium.

Virginia Tech @ Eastern Carolina University: Saturday Noon: Bagwell Stadium in Greenville, NC: Very nice day out there with temperatures around 73 at kickoff and only moving into the mid-70s by the 4th. Not humid if you can believe it and plenty of sunshine.

Georgia State @ WVU: Saturday Noon: Mountaineer Field at Milan Puskar Stadium in Morgantown, WV: A little cool to start things off in Morgantown with temperatures in the upper 50s at kickoff. Sunshine with no humidity. Daytime temperatures will rise into the mid 60s by the 4th quarter with a north wind at 5 mph.

Mid Afternoon Games

#1 Alabama @ #6 Texas A & M: Saturday 2:30 PM (CT) College Station, TX at Kyle Field: Warm at kickoff with temperatures right around the 90 degree mark. Temps moving into the mid 90s through the game

Tennessee @ #2 Oregon: Saturday 12:30 (PT) Eugene, OR Autzen Stadium: Great day out there for football in the Pacific NW. Temperatures in the mid-70s at kickoff rising into the mid 80s by the 4th quarter! SW winds at 5 mph.

Nevada @ (#10) Florida State: Saturday 3:30PM Doak Campbell Stadium, Tallahassee, FL: A hot day (shocker) in Florida with a chance of a stray thunderstorm during gametime. Humid, with temperatures in the low 90s at kickoff and moving into the upper 80s by the 4th quarter. Light winds.

Deleware @ Navy: Saturday 3:30PM Navy-Marine Corp Memorial Stadium, Annapolis, MD: Beautiful day at the Naval Academy! Around 70 at gametime with temperatures slipping into the mid 60s by the end of the game. All sunshine and no humidity!

Late Games:

UCF @ Penn State: Saturday 6:00PM, Beaver Stadium, Happy Valley, PA: Perfect outside with temperatures falling from around the 60 degree mark at gametime to around 50 by the 4th quarter. Feeling like Fall out there! Sunshine to start, the sun will set by 7:1PM. Clear skies during the evening hours, NW winds at 5 - 10 mph.

Maryland @ UCONN: Saturday at 7:30PM, Rentschler Field, East Hartfort, CT: A cool evening as temperatures fall from around 63 at kickoff to the mid 50s by the 4th quarter. Clear skies and light winds with the sunsetting at 7:02 PM.

(#21) Notre Dame @ Purdue: Saturday 8:00PM at Ross-Ade Stadium West Lafayette, IN: Sunseting at 7:50 PM with a light SSE wind at 5 mph. Clear skies with temperatures at kickoff around 65 degrees. Temps bottoming out by the 4th quarter in the mid 50s.

(#25) Old Miss @ Texas: Saturday 7:00PM (CT) Darrell K Royal–Texas Memorial Stadium Austin, TX: Sunsets at 7:39 with temperatures in the lower 90s by kickoff. Warm out there but temperatures will fall through the 80s by the end of the game. E wind at 5 - 10 mph and partly cloudy skies.

 

 

 

 

 

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