Dabo Swinney discussed the uncertain weather forecast for the Clemson-NC State game on Saturday.

It will be a home game for the Tigers and the weather conditions could be unfavorable for both teams. The East Coast is expected to see remnants of Hurricane Ian and South Carolina will likely be impacted by part of the storm.

If the weather is as powerful as it is expected to be, it could be a factor in Saturday’s game. The rain could impact the offensive game plans for Clemson and NC State. Swinney is prepared to work through the weather.

“No idea what the weather is gonna look like,” Swinney said in his weekly press conference on Tuesday. “Sounds like it’s going to be wet, but it’s going to be wet for both sides. We’ll have to find a way. ”

Clemson is coming off an overtime thriller against Wake Forest in Week 4. The Tigers managed to escape with a 51-45 road victory and will look to remain undefeated for the rest of the regular season. This Saturday’s game will feature 2 top 10 teams and it could decide the conference at the end of the season.

For now, kickoff is still scheduled for Saturday at 7:30 p.m. ET.