Notre Dame football: Weather report for Week 1 against Florida State

The Notre Dame football team will take on Florida State in the season opener, and here is the weather report for the Week 1 matchup.

It is finally Gameday, as the Notre Dame football team will travel to Florida to take on the Florida State Seminoles in Week 1 action. The game will be in primetime on Sunday night, kicking off at 7:30 PT ET, and as we saw throughout the weekend, the Irish need to go into this one on a mission.

All weekend long we saw big-time programs in tough matchups, with some top-25 teams losing, including some games to unranked teams. For the Irish to beat the Seminoles, they will have to rely on a bunch of new starters to the starting lineup, but overall, they have enough talent to come out of Doak Campbell Stadium as victors.

Here, we will take a look at what the weather is going to look like for this exciting Week 1 matchup.

Notre Dame football getting perfect weather Sunday night

Looking at the forecast over at weather.com, it looks like it is going to be a beautiful night in Tallahassee for the Week 1 matchup against Florida State. In fact, there is barely a chance of rain, and it is not going to be too hot, so I do not expect weather conditions to affect this game at all.

During the game, there is a less than 10 percent chance of rain in the area, and the temperatures will be between the mid-80s and high-70s.

Florida State has still yet to announce a starting quarterback, something we will know as we get closer to kickoff, but they have two solid choices in Jordan Travis and McKenzie Milton. The Irish will have to be on their toes depending on who is under center, as both players have proven to be playmakers throughout their careers.

There is a lot to be excited about with this year’s Notre Dame football team, and after all the prep work, they will finally get to put it all together when it counts. We saw a bunch of teams on their schedule fall in Week 1, looking like more winnable games than before this weekend, but the Irish just need to focus on what they can control, and that is winning Sunday night.