As the Miami Dolphins face off against the Washington Commanders in Week 13, a cloudy forecast raises questions about game conditions.

Week 13 action sees the Miami Dolphins (8-3) gearing up to take on the Washington Commanders (4-8), and all eyes are on the weather forecast as both teams prepare for battle.

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The current weather report for game day indicates a temperature of 15°C with a RealFeel of 13°C. Cloudy skies dominate, setting the stage for potential challenges during the matchup. Attendees are advised to consider a rain jacket, as a slight drizzle is expected throughout the football game.

The wind, blowing from the SSW at 13 km/h with gusts reaching 20 km/h, adds an extra layer of complexity for players and strategists. Additionally, there’s an 80% probability of precipitation, with a predicted rainfall of 1.2 mm during a 2-hour window. While the chance of thunderstorms is low at 2%, the cloud cover stands at a substantial 97%.

Last week, the Dolphins secured a victory against the New York Jets despite some hiccups, maintaining their dominant standing in the league. Tua Tagovailoa faced challenges, but Jaylen Waddle and Tyreek Hill shone with 100-yard receiving days. Miami’s defense, however, lost linebacker Jaelan Phillips to a torn Achilles.

On the flip side, the Commanders experienced a coaching shakeup and are looking to rebound after a Thanksgiving loss to the Dallas Cowboys. Sam Howell’s impressive performance wasn’t enough to overcome defensive struggles.

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As the Dolphins aim for another win, the Commanders, amidst changes and challenges, seek an opportunity for an upset. With the weather playing a potential role in this matchup, fans and analysts will be closely monitoring how conditions impact the game at the yet-to-be-revealed venue.