Ravens vs. Cowboys Weather Report
By Brett Foote
Oct 14, 2012; Baltimore, MD, USA; Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice (27) reacts after scoring a touchdown in the fourth quarter against the Dallas Cowboys at M&T Bank Stadium. Baltimore defeated Dallas 31-29. Mandatory Credit: James Lang-USA TODAY Sports
Here is your official Ravens vs. Cowboys weather report for tonight’s game. It’s going to be hot, hot, hot in Arlington Texas, with a slim chance of rain to cool things off. Whether or not Jerry Jones decides to keep the roof of AT&T stadium closed, we don’t know, but we would imagine he will. No reason to risk losing players to cramps or random heat strokes. Or torture your fans. Here are the game time conditions.
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Kickoff time: 7:00 p.m.
Conditions: Partly Cloudy
Kickoff temp: 98 degrees
Wind: S at 10 mph
Heat index: 101 degrees
The high on Saturday is expected to hit 103 degrees sometime around 3 pm, and the triple digits will linger until just before kickoff. The heat index will climb to around 105 degrees as well. Even by halftime temps will linger in the lower 90’s, but humidity will remain around the same range. Precipitation chances decrease as the evening progresses and are essentially 0% after halftime.
Of course, this will all be moot if J.J. decides to keep the roof closed and the A/C running. Which we expect that he will. For fans attending the game, we would suggest perhaps moving your tailgate inside, or at least mixing in plenty of water with those adult beverages. Personally, I would find a nice local pub to peruse until kickoff. Just saying.