Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs Philadelphia Eagles Weather Forecast: Today, the weather at Raymond James Stadium is the most important thing for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers as they get ready to face the Philadelphia Eagles in the NFL Wild Card Round.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs Philadelphia Eagles Weather Forecast
Raymond James Stadium is getting ready for the NFL Wild Card Round on Monday, January 15, at 8:00 p.m. ET, when the Tampa Bay Buccaneers play the Philadelphia Eagles. The game promises to be very exciting on the field, and the weather report makes fans and players even more excited.
The high temperature during the day will be 70 degrees, and the low temperature at night will be 62 degrees. RealFeel from AccuWeather says that it will be 53 degrees at night. As for weather, there is a 25% chance of rain during the day and a 2% chance of thunderstorms during the day. There will not be any buildup during the day.
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The chance of rain rises to 58% as the night goes on, and there is also a 20% chance of thunderstorms. The amount of rain that is expected at night is 0.20 inches. The wind speed affects how the game is played. During the day, winds will be ENE 12 mph, gusts up to 22 mph. At night, the wind will come from the south at 15 mph, with gusts up to 30 mph.
With a good 5-1 record during the regular season, the Buccaneers won the NFC South division and secured the fourth seed in the NFC playoff picture. They are now in the Wild Card Round. They lost badly to the Philadelphia Eagles in Week 3 of the regular season, even though they were ahead 25-3 for a big part of the game.
However, both teams have changed since then. The Eagles had a rough end to the regular season, while the Buccaneers found their groove. Pete Prisco of CBS Sports thinks the Buccaneers will win, pointing out that the Eagles have been having a rough patch lately and looking forward to a great game from Buccaneers wide receiver Mike Evans.
Fans are looking forward to the game under the Florida night sky, though the weather report says it will be cloudy. This adds to the already tense playoff mood at Raymond James Stadium.