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Know the Weather for Every College/NFL Football Game

Posted by Dave On September - 4 - 2008

Because tailgating is predominantly an outdoor activity, knowing how to dress appropriately for the expected weather is key. Should you pack the ponchos for rain or pack more beer? Should you pack your tent canopy stakes in case of wind or should you pack more beer? All valid questions and now there are answers.

Weather.com has put together a page that displays the weather reports for all the college and pro football locations for the upcoming weekend. Plan on tailgating the West Virginia vs. East Carolina game this week? Better pack the rain gear because the weather man says it will be a high of 81,  a low of 71 with a 90% chance of rain. Folks tailgating the Standford vs. Arizona State game have no concerns for rain but will have to break out the SPF 50. A high of 108 is expected at Sun Devil Stadium which means there is a 100% chance you’ll need some Gold Bond on the old chassis, gentlemen.

Make sure to bookmark the links below or just bookmark this post (Ctrl+D) to get the scoop on what the weather will be like for your next NCAA or NFL tailgate party.

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