Planning to attend a high school football game in your community tonight? Here's how to stay comfy.
Bring an umbrella (or poncho) with you tonight if you attend a high school football game in your Patch community. Just in case. According to WeatherBug.com, there will be a 40-percent change of isolated thunderstorms by the time Gwinnett County games kick off at 7:30 p.m. Weather.com is a little kinder, putting the precipitation chance at 30 percent. Temperatures should be in the low 80s at kickoff, falling to the mid-to-high 70s by the final whistle. This Weekend's Football Games Want to read more about Gwinnett football? Check out these stories: Football Chatter: Grayson vs. Miami Central a Battle of No. 1s Football Predictions: Who'll Win Game of Week match between Dacula and Mill Creek? Football Scoreboard: Scores from Week 1
Fall weather makes appearance for tonight's gridiron action between Duluth and Norcross.
Friday, September 16, 2011
There's plenty of local high school football action planned for tonight, and if you're headed to any of the games, you might want to take a sweater -- you might even want to wear it. According to Weather.com, at kick-off time the temperatures in Duluth -- and pretty much anywhere else in Gwinnett County -- is expected to be 64 degrees and dropping. By the time you get out of the stadium, the temperature is likely to be below 60 and headed down to the mid 50s before sunrise. The Duluth Wildcats are playing the Norcross Blue Devils at 7:30 p.m. at the Norcross High School stadium. Although it's only a 10 percent chance, there also is a slight possiblity of a sprinkle of rain, so getting wet isn't out of the question either. Go prepared and …