It’s going to be an electrifying environment when UGA plays host to Notre Dame this weekend in one of the biggest home games in school history.
And it looks like the weather is going to fully cooperate.
When the showdown kicks off at 8 p.m. Saturday, the weather forecast calls for temps of 70 degrees with 0% chance of rain.
By the time that halftime arrives, it could drop to the high 60s.
Does it get any better than that? The brutal heat wave (which hit almost 100 degrees last weekend) seems like a distant memory.
The only negative about the gorgeous weather is that hot and humid weather would’ve likely played heavily in the favor of UGA. Notre Dame, located near Chicago, is used to playing in these types of temps.
One last thing: If you’re going to the early to observe the set of ESPN GameDay on the UGA campus, then expect temps in the 60s on Saturday morning.