With two exceptions (Little Rock and College Station), the SEC should see kickoff temperatures in the 60s and 70s on Saturday.

Can it get any better than sunny and 67 degrees, which is the expected weather when Missouri takes on Arkansas State in Jonesboro? Fans at Wade Davis Stadium in Starkville may even need a light jacket, as the game should get underway to clear skies and 62 degrees.

Alas, there are a few threats to the nice weather expected across most of the region. three games feature a significant chance of thunderstorms at kickoff. Those matchups include Auburn, Georgia, Vanderbilt and Florida.

After five games got delayed, canceled or called early due to lightning early last season, last week featured three more such contests: McNeese State at LSU, Louisiana-Monroe at Georgia and Bowling Green vs. Tennessee.

Here’s to hoping for no more weather interruptions this week.

Check out the complete kickoff forecast below.

GameTimeStadiumWeather/Temp/Rain
Jacksonville State at AuburnNoonJordan-Hare StadiumScattered T-storms, 72 deg.
35% chance of rain
Fresno State at Ole Miss3:30 p.m.Vaught-Hemingway StadiumPartly cloudy, 71 deg.
0% chance of rain
Georgia at Vanderbilt3:30 p.m.Vanderbilt StadiumScattered T-storms, 69 deg.
35% chance of rain
MTSU at Alabama4 p.m.Bryant-Denny StadiumSunny, 79 deg.
0% chance of rain
Toledo at Arkansas4 p.m.War Memorial StadiumCloudy, 84 deg.
15% chance of rain
Oklahoma at Tennessee6 p.m.Neyland StadiumMostly cloudy, 68 deg.
15% chance of rain
Ball State at Texas A&M7 p.m.Kyle FieldSunny, 84 deg.
0% chance of rain
Missouri at Arkansas State7 p.m.Centennial Bank StadiumSunny, 67 deg.
0% chance of rain
East Carolina at Florida7 p.m.Ben Hill Griffin StadiumScattered T-storms, 73 deg.
45% chance of rain
Kentucky at South Carolina7:30 p.m.Williams-Brice StadiumMostly cloudy, 76 deg.
15% chance of rain
LSU at Mississippi State9:15 p.m.Davis Wade StadiumClear, 62 deg.
0% chance of rain

All forecasts are based on Weather.com and all times ET.

*Indoor stadiums