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    Army vs. Navy: Chilly, snowy weather in store for 118th meeting

    By Katy Galimberti, AccuWeather staff writer
    December 09, 2017, 1:09:55 PM EST

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    One of the most celebrated games of the college football season will mark the end of regular season play this Saturday as Army (8-3) takes on Navy (6-5) in Philadelphia.

    ESPN's College GameDay will broadcast from the site before the game, which will kickoff at 3 p.m. EST at Lincoln Financial Field.

    It will be a wintry scene in Philadelphia as a few inches of snow will fall on Saturday.

    The steadiest snow will hold off until the early afternoon with temperatures hovering in the low to mid-30s during the day.

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    In this Nov. 11, 2017, file photo, Army coach Jeff Monken, center, and players celebrate a 21-16 win over Duke in an NCAA college football game in West Point, N.Y. (AP Photo/Hans Pennink, File)


    The snow could make traction difficult for the players and the football slick at times.

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    Winds up to 12 mph won't impact play but will make it feel even colder. Fans should be prepared and dress in warm layers as AccuWeather RealFeel® Temperatures will only be in the 20s.

    The Black Knights will be looking for their second consecutive victory over the Midshipmen. Army's 2016 victory ended a 14-game losing streak to Navy, which began back in 2002.

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