Ravens vs. 49ers Weather Report
By Brett Foote
September 27, 2012;Baltimore, MD, USA; NFL referee Gene Steratore reacts to the rain during the game between the Cleveland Browns and the Baltimore Ravens at M&T Bank Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Evan Habeeb-USA TODAY Sports
Here is your Ravens vs. 49ers weather report for tonight’s preseason game. The weather forecast looks fantastic with no precipitation to report and no wind to speak of. Definitely not the kind of forecast we will be seeing once the season is a few weeks old. Feast your eyes on these conditions:
Kickoff time: 7:30 p.m.
Kickoff temp: 81 degrees
Wind: NNW at 6mph
Heat index: 81 degrees
By halftime, temps will have dropped to around 76 degrees with a 4 mph wind coming out of the north. Humidity will still hover around a reasonable 49%, and there is a 0% chance of precipitation for the entire duration of the game. If you’re have tickets, you are in for a pleasant evening.
Doesn’t get much better than that. We would expect that there will be no limitations or changes to play calling based on these conditions. Both offensive coordinators can open it up if they so desire. On top of that, it isn’t so hot that teams will have to worry about guys cramping up either. Should be a nice, pleasant evening for football.