Pac-12 Championship Weather Forecast: Expect Wind & Rain for Oregon vs. Utah

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  • The Utah vs. Oregon weather forecast is calling for wind and rain tonight in Santa Clara, Calif.
  • We detail the Pac-12 Championship weather and live movement and what it means for college football bettors.

The Northeast just finished getting pounded by the first major snowstorm of the season, and now precipitation in California is becoming a point of interest for college football bettors.

Tonight’s Oregon vs. Utah Pac-12 Championship Game will be played at Levi’s Stadium — the home of the San Francisco 49ers — in Santa Clara, Calif. and the weather forecast isn’t pretty.

Let’s take an early look at the Oregon vs. Utah weather forecast and what bettors need to know about the Pac-12 Championship Game.

Oregon vs. Utah Weather Forecast

According to Sports Insights’ weather data, 12-14 mph winds are expected at Levi’s Stadium tonight.

The National Weather Service also expects gusts up to 33 mph in Santa Clara this evening in addition to a 100% chance of rain.

In fact, there is currently a wind advisory in effect for this region until Saturday morning. This is obviously bad news for offensive efficiency and the betting market has taken notice.

Sharp money has driven this total down from 51 to 45.5, and this over/under movement is likely heavily influenced by the Oregon vs. Utah weather forecast.

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Fifty-two percent of bets wagered on the Pac-12 Championship total have hit the under, but expect that number to climb as more casual bettors get wind of the forecast for tonight’s matchup.

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