Indianapolis Colts vs. Chicago Bears Weather Forecast: Expect Windy Conditions at Soldier Field on Sunday
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Colts vs. Bears Betting Odds
|Colts Odds||-3 [Bet Now]|
|Bears Odds||+3 [Bet Now]|
|Over/Under||43 [Bet Now]|
|Time/Channel||4:25 p.m. ET on CBS|
Soldier Field is no stranger to bad weather, but snow is typically the culprit for the Chicago Bears.
While temperatures are expected to be well above 50 degrees throughout the day, it’s windy weather that could trouble Sunday’s Indianapolis Colts vs. Chicago Bears NFL Week 4 matchup.
Let’s take a look at the latest Colts vs. Bears weather forecast and how it’s affecting betting odds:
Colts vs. Bears Weather Forecast
According to the National Weather Service, steady winds of 15-20 mph are expected in Chicago throughout the day, with gusts up to 30 mph.
Sports Insights’ weather data explains that stronger winds are expected early in the afternoon, blowing between 13-15 mph throughout the game.
While 68% of bets are on the over, the total has dropped from 45 to 43. Considering that 55.5% of NFL games played in double-digit winds have fallen under the closing total since 2003, it’s not all that surprising to see this number on the move.
Our NFL PRO Report, which examines sharp action, big bets, historically-profitable systems, model projection edges and top experts, provides even more reasoning as to why bettors should target this total as well.