The second home game for the Buccaneers hopefully will not resemble the first one with the long weather delay.
The current forecast says it shouldn’t, but in Tampa you just really never know. It should be in the high 80′s most of the afternoon with partial cloud cover and very light winds topping out at no more than 10 degrees. But there are scattered storms in the vicinity, to it is entirely possible this game could get wet at any point.
The humidity will be below 50% at kick and should stay there unless one of those storms wreaks havoc on Raymond James Stadium for the second straight home game.
With both teams coming in with stout defenses and passing games that haven’t really taken off yet, this is a game where weather really wouldn’t be likely to impact it either way. For the sake of Mike Glennon‘s first start in the NFL, he’d probably be hindered a little more than Carson Palmer if these storms do indeed make their way over the stadium, but I still don’t think it would make much of an impact.
It should be almost the perfect September day for football in Tampa Bay, now let’s hope there’s a perfect result to go along with it.
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