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Last home and regular season game of the season -- and you couldn't ask for better weather. Thanksgiving at Kyle Field brings wall-to-wall sunshine, mild temperatures and light winds. We'll cool off quickly, so while tailgating feels comfortable, you'll want a jacket by kickoff.
Midnight Yell Clear skies and a return of north winds help to drop temperatures from 70° afternoon readings. We'll look for midnight temperatures in the upper 40s. Light north winds less than 5mph won't be a factor. Rain: 0%
Tailgating After a cold start in the low 40s, full sunshine slowly warms our Thanksgiving Day up. We'll look for low 50s by 10am, upper 50s by noon, and mid-afternoon temperatures in the low 60s. Wind start light out of the northeast and slowly make a shift around to the east / southeast. Rain: 0%
Kickoff:: Once the sun drops to and below the horizon, you'll be reaching for a jacket. Temperatures take a plunge into the low / mid 50s by our 6:30pm kick off. Clear skies and light east / southeast winds are on hand. Rain: 0%
4th Quarter: We won't drop temperatures off terribly far -- but it will be a crisp end to the game before they lock the gates and start on phase two of redevelopment at Kyle Field. 4th quarter temperatures are expected in the mid 40s. Wind remain light from the south / southeast. Rain: 0%
Enjoy the game and Gig 'em Aggies!
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