NFL Weather Report: Will Snow, Rain Impact Jaguars vs. Chiefs Saturday?
Photo by Nick Tre. Smith/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images. Pictured: Interior view of the snowy field at Arrowhead Stadium
- The latest Jaguars vs. Chiefs NFL weather report is showing a signficiant chance of rain, and potentially snow, at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City on Saturday afternoon.
- Of course, it's the timing of this precipitation that should most concerning for NFL bettors.
- With this in mind, we detail the very latest NFL weather forecast for Jaguars vs. Chiefs in Saturday's Divisional Round matchup.
Jaguars vs. Chiefs NFL Odds
|Date||Saturday, Jan. 21|
|Time||4:30 p.m. ET|
*Odds as of Saturday morning
The first of the weekend’s four Divisional Round matchups pits Jacksonville against Kansas City, and the latest Jaguars vs. Chiefs NFL weather report shows poor conditions will likely impact this game.
Both snow and rain are in the updated NFL weather forecast for Jaguars vs. Chiefs, but there is still some uncertainty on which type of precipitation will be the most prominent at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City on Saturday afternoon.
With this in mind, let’s dig deeper into the updated Jaguars vs. Chiefs NFL weather report, including just how bad the conditions will be for today’s Divisional Round matchup.
Jaguars vs. Chiefs NFL Weather Report
According to the National Weather Service, there’s a 70% chance of rain on Saturday afternoon that dips down to a 60% chance of rain and snow in the evening.
However, with a 4:30 p.m. ET kick, Jaguars vs. Chiefs may miss the snow altogether.
The current forecast is calling for the snow to hit around 9 p.m. ET, meaning the game will likely be over should this timeframe be accurate.
Still, there is rain expected throughout the day, which will certainly impact the on-field play.
According to live NFL odds, the Chiefs are currently 9-point spread favorites against the Jaguars, with the over/under sitting at 53.