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'100 percent confidence' for warm, sunny Sunday at New Era Field

Are you ready for some sunshine?

The Buffalo Bills will return from the bye week under sunny skies and unseasonably warm temperatures when they host the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Sunday, according to the National Weather Service.

Forecasters say it's as certain as a Stephen Hauschka kick from 50 yards or more.

DJ Swagg, real name Doug Wilson (right), of Buffalo, and Kalen Williams, of Lackawanna party on the warmest Bills home game on record Sept. 24. It'll be unseasonably warm again this week at New Era Field, forecasters said. There's a 100 percent chance for sunshine. Temperatures will be in the 70s. (Luke Hammill/Special to The News)

Excerpted from Monday's forecaster's discussion. (National Weather Service)

In plain English? Here's what you can expect this "absolutely gorgeous" weekend, according to weather service forecasters:

  • near 70 degrees on Friday under sunny skies.
  • a mostly sunny, 74-degree Saturday.
  • 79 degrees and a mostly sunny Sunday afternoon.

The average high temperature for the third weekend in October is 57 degrees.

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