Georgia football has had a few weeks in a row of colder weather for game time, but the Dawgs will get some warmer weather for the final regular-season game of the year against Georgia Tech.
According to weather.com, Atlanta will see a high of 60-degrees and a low of 32-degrees.
With Georgia and Tech kicking off at noon, it’ll be 53-degrees and partly sunny. There is a zero percent chance of rain, so leave the poncho at home.
For the early risers that like to get to the tailgate at dawn, be prepared to have a heavy layer as it’ll be 32-degrees at 7 a.m. The sun will rise at 7:20 a.m. and early on the morning, the wind will be at a slight breeze.
Georgia football will get warmer weather for the Tech game.
With December approaching, getting a upper 50s kind of game is welcomed. This game will be almost comfortable for some people, and with this one likely going to be a blow out, at least fans won’t get too cold.
Georgia has gotten blessed all throughout the year with good weather, and it looks like Game 12 will be the same. The Dawgs have won the last 11, so hopefully the good weather will result in win No. 12.
Fans should take an extra layer just in case they tend to get cold, but a solid fall outfit would work perfectly for this game. By the end of the game, the temperature will begin to drop, so this extra layer will be good to tote around.
Georgia fans get to Bobby Dodd Stadium early, to be loud and ready to make Atlanta their home. They will need to use this as a test run for next week in the SEC Championship against Alabama.
So the football gods will bless the Dawgs on Saturday for their final regular season game. Georgia is looking to make history and go 12-0 for the first time in 40 years. Enjoy the weather because it’s a good omen for what is to come.