The high temperature this week in Los Angeles mirrors that of Miami but the levels of humidity found in Miami do exceed that of southern California. What kind of humidity will the Rams and Dolphins be dealing with on Sunday? Here’s the most recent forecast for Sunday’s game.
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- High Temperature: 85 degrees
- Percent rain: 40%
- Humidity: 76%
- Wind: 10 mph
It’s going to be sticky. And remember, the Hard Rock layout is designed to let the opposing team bake in the sun. If there’s little to no cloud cover overhead, the Dolphins will have the advantage of having canopy coverage much sooner than the Rams — who are a team that has been tested with a high-frequency travel schedule.
Can all of this add up to a win for the Dolphins? There’s certainly a path. But the execution in a close game has been a sore spot to this point for the Dolphins. Can they now learn to close out a close game at home with a rookie quarterback at the helm? If they do, expect the excitement around the Dolphins to reach a fever pitch.