NFL Weather Forecast for Colts vs. 49ers: Sunday Night Football Expecting Heavy Rain & Wind
Photo by Patrick Smith/Getty Images. Pictured: NFL fans look on in the rain
- Heavy rain and strong winds are expected for Sunday Night Football's Indianapolis Colts vs. San Francisco 49ers NFL matchup.
- Poor weather can clearly make scoring more difficult, which is having a significant effect on Colts vs. 49ers NFL odds.
- See the detailed Colts vs. 49ers NFL weather forecast, including how bettors are moving Sunday Night Football odds.
Colts vs. 49ers NFL Odds
|Date||Sunday, Oct. 24|
|Time||8:20 p.m. ET|
*Odds as of Sunday morning
The season of inclement NFL weather is officially upon us.
We haven’t quiet reached the time of year when temperatures dip low enough for snow and ice, but wind and cold rain are certainly picking up as we near November.
Following the slog of a game between the Denver Broncos and Cleveland Browns that saw brutal weather result in just 31 points scored on Thursday Night Football, we have another wet and windy forecast for Sunday Night Football.
It’s not expected to be pretty for the Colts vs. 49ers matchup in Santa Clara tonight, and yes, this weather forecast is having a real impact on Sunday Night Football betting odds.
Colts vs. 49ers NFL Weather Forecast
According to the National Weather Service, strong winds and extremely heavy rain is expected Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara on Sunday night.
The latest Colts vs. 49ers weather forecast is calling for consistent 7-17 mph winds, with gusts up to 45 mph possible.
The rain will also be heavy as well, as one to two inches of precipitation could fall on Sunday night alone.
As one would expect, these conditions are not optimal for scoring, and updated Colts vs. 49ers odds reflect that.
The Sunday Night Football over/under sat at 45.5 back on Monday, but has since fallen to 42.5 (click here for live NFL odds).
Considering the ugly weather, don’t be surprised to see this line continue to drop as more bettors become aware of the Colts vs. 49ers forecast.