UPDATE: WrestleMania was paused Saturday night, and the group was instructed to look for shelter as storms soaked Raymond James Stadium.
Very well. This is a #WrestleMania instant. Crowd staying advised to search for shelter in the concourse ideal after the exhibit begun. I really do not believe this has occurred ahead of at ‘Mania. @BN9 @bn9climate pic.twitter.com/SqJ48i1p4g
— Tim Wronka (@TimWronka) April 11, 2021
It is action-packed, drama-stuffed, shirt-tearing enjoyment – and it may well get a small soggy.
WrestleMania is about to bodyslam Tampa, and (a limited amount of) admirers will file into Raymond James Stadium this weekend.
But the WWE superstars may possibly be battling extra than just about every other this weekend. Showers and storms are in the forecast for the Bay region, so it will most likely be a very good plan to provide a rain jacket.
Most of Saturday will be dry, but a line of wet weather will shift toward Tampa in the night. Showers and storms will be shifting southward and probable arrive at the Bay location close to 5 to 8 pm. They will be weakening as they move in, but it would be a good idea to keep an eye on Klystron 9
Wind and rain at Raymond James as admirers head into #WrestleMania @BN9 @bn9weather conditions pic.twitter.com/cuY1q6Q36f
— Tim Wronka (@TimWronka) April 10, 2021
Temperatures will be in the 70s Saturday night at Raymond James Stadium. That batch of rain will exit with partly cloudy skies the relaxation of the night.
Sunday will be generally cloudy with a heavier batch of rain going in. By Sunday night — night two of WrestleMania — most of the rain will be absent but there could be a few lingering showers.
Temperatures will be in the upper 60s to very low 70s Sunday night.