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New Year’s Day Football Forecasts

31 Dec 2019, 6:25 am

Not only do we have the excitement of ringing in 2020 on Wednesday, but there will be some big College Football games going on throughout the day.  The question is will there be any weather impacts for those games?  Here is the latest New Year’s College Football Forecast.

Rose Bowl

Of course this game always stands out since it has a world famous parade before the game.  Strong winds are in the forecast Tuesday, but those winds will be much weaker on Wednesday for a great football forecast!

Outback Bowl

The timing is working out perfectly with this game on Wednesday.  The weather has been active across Florida for the past few days, but that won’t be the cast for this game with sunshine and mild temperatures.

Citrus Bowl

Again, games in Florida are really lucking out with the timing. This is another game where if it had been played a few days ago, rain and winds would have been an issue.  Not the case for Wednesday with sunshine and highs in the 60s.

Sugar Bowl

Since this game will be played indoor the weather won’t be an issue, but the same can’t be said for the tailgating forecast.  Moisture moving out of the Gulf of Mexico will help to contribute to cloudy skies and there could be some showers around.  Plus, the rain could impact everyone leaving the game as well.

Have a safe and happy New Year!  We will be monitoring the forecast for these games all day Wednesday so make sure you keep checking back with WeatherNation for any changes.

 

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