Sunday Weather Forecast for Browns vs. Chiefs: Expect Strong Winds at Arrowhead in NFL Divisional Round Playoff
Jamie Squire/Getty Images. Pictured: A Kansas City Chiefs flag flies at Arrowhead Stadium.
- The weather forecast for Saturday's game in Buffalo was a big storyline and dominated the news.
- We take a look at the expected conditions for Sunday's Browns-Chiefs game, which will be anything but perfect.
Browns vs. Chiefs Odds
|PRO Projections||Chiefs -8 | O/U: 55|
|Time | Channel||3:05 p.m. ET | CBS|
Thanks to snow and wind, the weather forecast Ravens vs. Bills game in Buffalo was a huge story leading up to Saturday’s game for both NFL bettors and fantasy football players.
And while snow is not in the forecast for Sunday’s Browns vs. Chiefs matchup, cold and windy conditions are expected at Arrowhead Stadium.
Let’s take a look at the detailed Browns vs. Chiefs weather forecast, and what it means for this NFL playoff matchup.
Browns vs. Chiefs Weather Forecast
According to the National Weather Service, the high temperature will be in the upper 30s in Kansas City today, with 6 to 13 mph breezes and gusts up to 21 mph.
And when it comes to the wind, timing appears to be everything, which Sports Insights’ weather data breaks down in more detail.
Winds should blow between 10-15 mph throughout the game, though they’ll be decreasing as time progresses.
Since 2003, unders are 518-419-10 (55%) in games played in average breezes of at least 10 mph, and that win rate increases 61% in postseason matchups.
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