On many occasions, the only accurate weather report is yesterday’s. But with some high-profile games coming up this weekend, it makes sense to take an early look at what can be expected when the quartet of open-air games kickoff come Saturday, and Sunday.
According to weather.com, the early game on Saturday — Saints at 49ers — there will be a high of 65 and a low of 43, with only a 10-percent chance of rain. For the nightcap, the Broncos and Patriots will play in a Foxboro climate where the high will be 34 and the low will drop to 15, with only a 10 percent chance of precipitation.
On Sunday, the Ravens will host the Texans will play under a 30-percent chance of snow, with a high of 37 and a low of 27.
Finally, four years after Tom Coughlin’s face-freezing experience at Lambeau field, the forecast currently calls for a high of 21 and a low of 19, with a zero-percent chance of snow.
Thus, for the most part, weather shouldn’t be a factor on Saturday or Sunday. As always, however, the forecast is subject to change.