Well, football season is here and the weather in Mississippi can sometimes get pretty messy this time of year. There’s a decent chance the Bulldogs will have to deal with some rain as they face off against the Memphis Tigers to get the 2022 season started.
Mississippi State and Memphis are slated for a 6:30 p.m. kickoff in Starkville and, well, the forecast from the good folks over at Weather.com seems to think that there might be a chance for at least some rain at some point during the game.
Be sure to pay attention to the weather! Keep an eye on the radar and make sure you’re staying hydrated throughout the day. If you’re looking for a radar to watch, the good folks over at Weather.com have one available for you to check out right here.
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Starkville Weather: Mississippi State football might deal with some rain vs. Memphis Tigers
Now, I’m no meteorologist, but the weather looks like it might be okay throughout most of the day on Saturday. It’ll be a little warm though. According to Weather.com’s weekend forecast, the high is going to be around 90 degrees and the humidity is set for 74%.
Make sure you’re drinking plenty of water and staying cool.
Around game time, things appear to cool off a little bit. According to Weather.com’s hourly forecast, it’ll be around 86 degrees at 6 p.m. and there’ll be a bit of a breeze. The rain chance currently says it’ll be 16%, but that increases to 33% around 7 p.m. By 8 p.m. there’s a 45% chance of rain and the forecast says scattered thunderstorms.
So, there’s a chance of rain! It’ll be warm! It’s September in the South. Stay hydrated. Take some ziploc bags to put your cellphone in. Enjoy being in Starkville and getting to watch Mississippi State play football!
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