AUSTIN (KXAN) — Texas football fans heading to DKR-Texas Memorial Stadium on Saturday need to dress for the coldest game of the season.

Texas game forecast
Texas v. TCU forecast

As the Longhorns take on TCU Saturday at 6:30 p.m., kickoff temperatures will be near 51° under mostly clear skies with north winds of 5-15 miles per hour. Temperatures by the end of the game will dip to 44° — cold enough to generate a wind chill temperature in parts of the stadium as cold as 39°.

A forecast high temperature of 57° in Austin this Saturday will make for the coldest Texas football gameday since Nov. 26, 2021 when the high temperature was also 57°.

Saturday’s game will be more than 30 degrees colder than any other home game this year.

2022 Texas home gameday high temperatures

  • Sep. 3 v. ULM: 90°
  • Sep. 10 v. Alabama: 95°
  • Sep. 17 v. UTSA: 98°
  • Oct. 1 v. West Virginia: 89°
  • Oct. 15 v. Iowa State: 95°

Those heading to ESPN College Gameday during the day Saturday will need long sleeves and a light jacket. By 10:30 p.m., however, we recommend a heavier jacket, hat and gloves. The wind chill will be especially uncomfortable in exposed upper bleachers at DKR-Texas Memorial Stadium.

This colder-than-normal November weather is expected to continue through the entirety of next work week as reinforcing pushes of Canadian air arrive.

Stay with the KXAN First Warning Weather team for updates as we turn the page quickly to winter.