BALTIMORE (WJZ) — The Ravens are about to face off against the Titans Saturday night in a divisional playoff. The good news, the rain will hold off until late in the game.
WJZ Meteorologist Chelsea Ingram said the rain will hold off for tailgating and at kickoff it’ll be warm and breezy.
Happy #PurpleSaturday! We are SO excited for the #Ravens game tonight and I am SO excited about this forecast! Highs in the upper 60s today means low 60s by kickoff! It will be breezy! See you on #WJZ with the purple deets! #MDWX #Baltimore pic.twitter.com/34qVVCUSRB
— Meg McNamara (@MegWJZ) January 11, 2020
Temperatures will be mild Saturday with 68 as the high. That’s nowhere near the normal high of 41.
Expect the low 60s and mild during the game. It will be warm and breezy at kickoff.
However there could be some rain in the 4th quarter and rain may be falling as fans leave the stadium.
The rain will continue overnight and its expected to end early Sunday.
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The Ravens take on the Tennessee Titans starting at 8 p.m. on Saturday on WJZ.
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