Initial tailgating will be a bit sticky and the relative humidity will be a bit high as the sun burns through some early clouds. Expect it to be a beautiful day to kickoff the season in Death Valley though as we should be approaching the high temp of 84 shortly after kickoff.
In-stadium temps will be a few degrees higher after a rather comfortable morning. Keep in mind that 9 on the UV scale when applying the sunscreen, and adding a water in after a few beverages, as the sun will be at it’s peak during the tailgating hours though it will be hotter after kickoff, than it is at noon.
For those hanging around for a little post game celebration, expect a very pleasant evening after the sun dips over the horizon and the temps hover in the mid to upper 70’s. Be prepared for a few mosquitoes though as they will be out strong after the recent rain. Thunderstorms are in the forecast for the afternoon and evening hours but only at a 20-30% expectancy rate. The real heat will be felt by the FAU offensive backfield and the only thing expected to fall from the skies are bombs on the Owl Defense in a performance that should shut the critics up on whether Proctor can step up behind some guy named Whitehurst.
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