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Weather Report for Saturday’s Notre Dame USC Game in Los Angeles, California

The forecast for Saturday’s game is what the actual weather was during the 2012 game. Coincidence?

Texas v USC Photo by Harry How/Getty Images

The Notre Dame Fighting Irish and USC Trojans will kickoff at 5 p.m. Pacific time Saturday under clear skies and amid temperatures in the mid-60s, according to the latest Accuweather forecast.

There is currently a zero percent chance of rain in the area, and winds will be limited to a light breeze. The temperature is expected to drop between five and ten degrees from kickoff to final whistle, but the forecast says the wind won’t pick up and the rain won’t materialize. Visibility will be clear throughout.

The high of 70 degrees Fahrenheit and low of 54 degrees is pretty typical for a Nov. 24 in Los Angeles, although it was hotter (84 degrees) on the same day last year.

The last time the Irish played on the road on Nov. 24 was 2012 when they played the Trojans. The temperature at kickoff was 66 degrees, the wind was calm and the visibility was clear.

Go Irish. Beat Trojans.