NFL Weather Forecast: Rain Expected for Steelers vs. Bengals, Bills vs. Eagles (Sunday, Week 12)
Photo by Brett Carlsen/Getty Images. Pictured: A Philadelphia Eagles fan watches warm ups in the rain
NFL weather has been relatively tame so far this season, and Sunday's Week 12 forecast appears to be no different.
Sure, temperatures are dropping, and there are some opportunities for rain, but we still haven't seen any sort of combination of frigid conditions, strong winds and/or snow.
Still, understanding the latest NFL weather forecast is a significant part of handicapping football, and there are two games that bettors should be aware of of Sunday.
Below we detail the latest NFL weather report for Steelers vs. Bengals and Bills vs. Eagles in Week 12.
NFL Weather Forecast for Week 12
Steelers vs. Bengals Weather Forecast
1 p.m. ET | CBS
- Spread: Steelers -2 (click here for live NFL odds)
- Over/under: 36.5
We start with the Steelers vs. Bengals forecast, which is showing a combination of wind and rain throughout Sunday's game.
According to the National Weather Service, there is a 70% chance of rain this afternoon with a chance of one-tenth to one-quarter of an inch falling throughout the day.
In addition, our weather data shows consistent winds blowing during the game at nine miles per hour, which could certainly impact both teams, especially on offense, as well.
Bills vs. Eagles Weather Forecast
4:25 p.m. ET | CBS
- Spread: Eagles -3
- Over/under: 48.5
Of the two games we're covering, the Bills vs. Eagles weather forecast is much more tame.
Precipitation could be present today at Lincoln Financial Field, though there is just a 40% chance as of the time of writing.
In addition, breezes of 5-6 mph are expected throughout today's game, so it doesn't appear that conditions will be all that windy either.