Make sure you pack a sweatshirt, Husker fans.
Nebraska football fans are in store for a cooler game day at Memorial Stadium, at least in comparison to the past two Saturdays.
Bryon Miller, a meteorologist at the National Weather Service's Valley, Neb., office, said temperatures in Omaha and Lincoln are slowly warming into the lower-70s this morning. Miller said highs will top out near 80 this afternoon and the skies will be mostly cloudy.
There's about a 20 percent chance rain could fall before the final buzzer sounds, Miller said, but it's likely those storms hold off until tonight. This evening brings a 70 percent chance of rain in the Omaha and Lincoln areas, Miller said.
Also a factor: wind. During the early part of today's game, Miller said, winds from the south could reach 10-20 mph, then increase to 15-25 mph before it's over.
Sunday is likely to be even cooler with highs in the lower-70s, Miller said. Monday will stay cool, Miller said, but then a gradual warming trend will push temperatures toward the 80s by week's end.
The National Weather Service forecasts about a 40 percent chance of rain Sunday morning and Monday night through Tuesday.