As fires burn throughout California, the LA Rams game day weather forecast could be smokey. Will that smoke play an impact on the game?
The LA Rams’ new home field, located at the ultra-impressive SoFi Stadium is located in Inglewood, California. The weather forecast for the area is like an 8-track tape. Over the next seven days, including football Sunday, the weather will be almost identical to the previous day’s weather.
The temperature ranges will be in a tight range over the next seven days., from 78 degrees to 86 degrees. The forecast also calls for steady winds from the west-southwest from eight to twelve miles per hour. But perhaps the most concerning component of the weather conditions for game time is the likelihood of smoke and haze.
The presence of smoke is not something that will descend upon the football field moments before kickoff. It’s smokey now, and the forecasted conditions will remain constant for the next week or more. No rain means no help fighting fires. So what does that mean for the LA Rams and Dallas Cowboys?
Dallas Cowboys – LA Rams, game time details:
Date: Sunday, September 13, 2020
Time: 5:20 pm PT
Location: SoFi Stadium, Inglewood, California
What TV channel is the Cowboys-Rams game on?
The game is the featured Sunday Night Football game, airing on NBC Sports.
Will the Cowboys-Rams game be broadcast via the radio?
You can catch the Rams on KSPN (710 AM) and KCBS-FM (93.1 FM). Other radio stations carry the Rams throughout the California listening area. You can also tune in via the internet by checking out Tunein.com/Los-Angeles-Rams.
Injury reports: The official injury list is here.
LA Rams: OLB Terrell Lewis, LB Travin Howard, NT A’Shawn Robinson are out.
RB Darrell Henderson is working through a hamstring injury.
Dallas Cowboys: LB Sean Lee, OT La’el Collins are out
CB Chidobe Awuzie, WR Amari Cooper, LB Luke Gifford, CB Jourdan Lewis are working through injuries.
How do I enjoy football this year with no stadium?
Be sure to check us out on the game day on Twitter: Ramblin Fan, and on our Facebook Page for pregame and post-game analysis. In the meantime, the Rams are getting ready for the first game of the season, and we’ve got a lot more ground to cover. Go Rams!