It looks as if the day of Super Bowl LIII will have a cloudy start, as Mercedes Benz Stadium is facing overcast conditions; it is currently 53°F down in Atlanta. As far as rain is concerned, it will only have a real impact for this morning. We will possibly see some clearing in time for kick-off, and those clear conditions could continue until the very end of the game. Temperatures will also be very enjoyable as well for those who bought a ticket and the two participating teams who worked so hard to get to the Super Bowl, as they could start in the upper 50’s for kick-off and sink to the lower 50’s as the game ends.
Winds will possibly be very calm with few gusts during the game, and winds could come mainly from the east to northeast.
Conversely for those who are on campus this Super Bowl day, it is currently sunny, but will see an increase in cloudiness for the evening. Highs will reach the lower 60’s and lows will be in the low 40’s. For and update on Monday, class goers will face cloudy conditions, with those with evening classes possibly facing a chance of showers. Highs will reach the upper 50’s and lows will be in the lower 50’s. Tuesday could have a slight chance of showers as well, with highs in the mid 50’s and lows in the upper 40’s.
Today: Sunny for the morning, cloudy for the evening; High: 63, Low: 40
Monday: Cloudy with a 50% chance of rain for the evening; High: 58, Low: 50
Tuesday: 40% chance of showers throughout the day; High: 52, Low: 49