NFL Weather Forecast for Packers vs. Seahawks: Snow & Strong Winds Could Hit Green Bay on Sunday
Dylan Buell/Getty Images. Pictured: Lambeau Field
- The latest NFL weather forecast for Seahawks vs. Packers is showing unpleasant conditions at Lambeau Field in Green Bay on Sunday afternoon.
- Snow and wind are expected to hit Green Bay this afternoon, but the amount of snow and strength of wind is key.
- Let's take a detailed look at the updated Seahawks vs. Packers NFL weather forecast, including how savvy bettors can take advantage.
Packers vs. Seahawks NFL Odds
|Date||Sunday, Nov. 14|
|Time||4:25 p.m. ET|
*Odds as of Sunday morning
Cold weather is here with a vengeance for Sunday’s NFL Week 10 slate.
Wet, windy conditions with snow are already expected to hit today’s Lions vs. Steelers matchup in Pittsburgh, and according to the latest Green Bay weather forecast, the conditions could be snowy for Sunday’s Seahawks vs. Packers game at Lambeau Field as well.
Interestingly, with Russell Wilson returning from an injured finger and Aaron Rodgers from the reserve/COVID-19 list, today’s Seahawks vs. Packers matchup was setting up to be a very high-scoring affair.
However, based on the updated Green Bay weather forecast, both star quarterbacks will have unfavorable conditions to deal with.
Let’s examine the detailed Seahawks vs. Packers weather forecast, and how bettors can take advantage ahead of this afternoon’s game at Lambeau Field.
NFL Weather Forecast for Packers vs. Seahawks
According to the National Weather Service, there’s a 60% chance of precipitation this afternoon in Green Bay, which includes a mix of both rain and snow.
In fact, there is also a Winter Weather Advisory in the area due to slippery travel conditions.
However, it does appear that the snow should taper off before Sunday’s 4:25 p.m. ET kickoff, but bettors and fantasy football players should be more concerned about the wind.
Steady 13-15 mph breezes are also expected in Green Bay, with gusts up to 30 mph, which certainly won’t help either teams’ passing or kicking games.
From an NFL betting perspective, The Action Network’s Bet Labs software reveals that a 55.2% of games played in winds of at least 10 mph have gone under the closing total since 2003, so it’s reasonable to assume that scoring could be negatively this afternoon.