We're looking forward to another great weekend of college football. Auburn is off this week, getting some extra time to practice for their big game next week with the visiting Razorbacks of Arkansas.
Alabama is at home again this week, looking to stay unbeaten, and retain their #1 ranking.
Some showers are possible for pre-game festivities and a few could stick around for kickoff. However it doesn't look like it will be a persistant rain. Temperatures will be in the upper 70s at kickoff.
Rain chances will diminish throughout the game with just a stray shower possible by the 4th quarter. Temperatures will fall into the upper 60s toward the end of the game.
Tennessee is on the road trying to upset #5 Georgia in Athens. Showers are a possibility here as well throughout the game. Temperatures will be mild, running in the 70s to around 80 during the game.
Alabama A&M is at home taking on Grambling State in the Lewis Crews Classic Saturday evening. The Bulldogs are trying to go 5-0 and stay atop the SWAC East standings against the winless Tigers. The weather shouldn't be an issue with only a rogue shower possible at kickoff. Any threat for rain should evaporate by the 4th quarter. Temperatures are expected in the 70s during the game.
It's Homecoming at UNA this weekend. New Gulf South Conference member, Shorter University, comes to town for their first meeting ever with the Lions on the football field. Most of the action should happen on the field and not in the sky with rather uneventful weather expected. A stray shower is possible at kickoff, but the chance for rain is only 10%. Dry weather is likely by the 4th quarter with temperatures dropping from the mid 70s to the upper 60s during the game.
WAFF 48 Storm Team