Latest NFL Weather Forecast for Bears vs. Bills: Windy Conditions Moving Odds for Saturday’s Game
Photo by Dylan Buell/Getty Images. Pictured: A snow plow is used at Soldier Field
NFL Odds for Bears vs. Bills
|Date||Saturday, Dec. 24|
|Time||1 p.m. ET|
*Odds as of Saturday morning
What a week of NFL weather.
After a wet and windy Jaguars vs. Jets game in East Rutherford, N.J. on Thursday Night Football, wintry conditions are expected to impact more Week 16 games on Saturday afternoon.
Saints vs. Browns appears to be getting the worst of it today, but football bettors should also be aware of the latest NFL forecast for Bears vs. Bills, which is calling for the potential of snow and very strong winds Saturday in Chicago.
NFL Weather Forecast for Bears vs. Bills
While snow is possible Saturday in Chicago, it’s the wind and cold temperatures that will have the largest impact on the game.
There’s a chance of flurries this afternoon at Soldier Field, according to the National Weather Service, though a high (yes, high) temperature of 11 degrees is expected.
In addition to frigid temperatures are steady winds of 25-30 mph, with gusts as high at 40 mph. This could drive the wind chill down to -24 degrees Saturday afternoon in Chicago.
Clearly, temperatures this cold and wind gusts this strong will have an impact on both offenses, making it especially difficult for quarterbacks and kickers to do what they do best.
According to live NFL odds, the Bears vs. Bills over/under is between 40 and 40.5 depending on the sportsbook, but don’t be surprised to see this line fall between now and kickoff as more bettors become aware of the latest Chicago weather forecast.
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