By: Matt Galka
October 4, 2013
Tallahassee, FL - Florida State has been monitoring the storm all week. This weekend is parents weekend and the seminoles are hosting the University of Maryland for Saturday's game.
Florida State says it looks like the game and the fans are in the clear when it comes to any impact the weather might have. The Noles welcome the Number 25 team in the country, the Maryland Terrapins as well as thousands of parents this weekend, and the university's emergency management team says the weather should be great for tomorrow afternoon's events.
Dave Bujack, Emergency Management Coordinator: "we expect tomorrow to look much like what it is today so it should actually be a pretty gorgeous day maybe a few clouds a slight breeze but we've been pretty lucky so far with this forecast that the football game and the tailgating should be a great event."
The game starts at 12 tomorrow and while they say the forecast is still uncertain, they don't expect any impacts until late Saturday or early Sunday. So should be just fine for all the tailgaters and folks enjoying the game tomorrow afternoon.
If anything changes, the WCTV Pinpoint Weather team will keep you updated.
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