According to Weather.com, it will be 65 degrees Fahrenheit at the time of the 3:00 p.m. CT kickoff in Estadio Azteca. The temperate will drop throughout the game, but ever so slightly. It will be 61 degrees Fahrenheit late in the fourth quarter.
There will be little to no chance of precipitation on Sunday afternoon down in Mexico City, topping out at 5 percent during the second half of the game. Humidity will be as low as 43 percent, but as high as 50 percent from start to finish in this game. There will be a constant 10 to 13 mile per hour north wind going on throughout the game.
The wind could have an impact in the kicking, especially with the game being played at 7,000 feet above sea level. However, no chance of rain, little humidity and temperatures in the low 60s make it ideal to play football in. That being said, this game is all about the altitude and poor air quality of Mexico City.
Since football is more stop-and-go than other sports, the elevation won’t be as impactful as you would like to think. However, it will be in the mind of most players playing in this game. We might see a few more explosive plays in this game because of the elevation due to guys getting gassed on a down or two.