Kansas City Chiefs vs. Buffalo Bills Weather Report: Expect Rain at Bills Stadium on Monday
Photo by Jim Davis/The Boston Globe via Getty Images. Pictured: Heavy rain falls outside of Bills Stadium
Chiefs vs. Bills Betting Odds
|Spread Projection||+3.4 (see all projections)|
|Over/Under Projection||54.9 (see all projections)|
|Time/Channel||5 p.m. ET, FOX|
Data as of Monday at 1 p.m. ET.
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Buffalo is no stranger to inclement weather, especially as the NFL season progresses from fall to winter.
While snow and winds are often the culprit, tonight’s Chiefs vs. Bills matchup should see some rainfall throughout the game.
Let’s take a detailed look at the Chiefs vs. Bills weather forecast to determine just how troubling rain might be on Monday night.
Chiefs vs. Bills Weather Forecast
According to the National Weather Service, Buffalo is expecting scattered showers at 5 p.m. ET, which is when tonight’s game is scheduled to kick off.
Rain should continue throughout the game, but it’s also important to note that winds will be calm and shouldn’t pose much of an issue for both passing attacks.
After sitting at 57.5 very early this morning, the Chiefs vs. Bills over/under has fallen to 55.5 (click here for live NFL odds), so the betting market could very well be reacting to the wet weather forecast.
Can we say for sure that rain is the reason for this total moving? No, but as our NFL PRO Report details, the number is on the move and it’s respected bettors moving it.