Bills vs. Vikings NFL Weather Report: Buffalo Snow, Rain & Wind Could Affect Sunday’s Week 10 Matchup
Photo by Jim Davis/The Boston Globe via Getty Images. Pictured: Heavy rain falls outside of Bills Stadium
- The latest NFL weather forecast for Bills vs. Vikings in Buffalo shows a chance of rain, wind and even snow falling at Highmark Stadium on Sunday afternoon.
- Obviously, wet and windy conditions would negatively impact offense, making it harder for both teams to score points.
- Continue reading to see the updated NFL weather report for Bills vs. Vikings on Sunday afternoon.
Vikings vs. Bills Odds
|Date||Sunday, Nov. 13|
|Time||1 p.m. ET|
*Odds as of Sunday morning
The major topic of conversation heading into Sunday's Vikings vs. Bills NFL Week 10 matchup is whether Buffalo quarterback Josh Allen will be able to play despite suffering an injury to his right elbow.
However, there's good reason to think that the NFL weather forecast for Vikings vs. Bills will also come to the forefront as wind, rain and even snow are possible for Sunday afternoon's game in Buffalo.
With this in mind, let's take a look at the latest NFL weather forecast for Vikings vs. Bills on Sunday afternoon.
Vikings vs. Bills NFL Weather Forecast
According to the National Weather Service, there's a 50% chance of precipitation at Highmark Stadium in Buffalo on Sunday, with rain and snow possible prior to 12 p.m. ET before transitioning into rain from that point forward.
Temperatures should reach the low 40s as well, so even if snow does fall, no accumulation is expected.
However, wind appears to be a constant in Buffalo on Sunday afternoon, with the updated NFL weather forecast for Vikings vs. Bills calling for 9-14 mph winds today, including gusts of 24 mph.
In fact, Sports Insights' NFL weather data provides even more detail with steady 11 mph breezes expected throughout the game on Sunday.
According to live NFL odds, the Bills are 6.5-point favorites against the Vikings, with the over/under sitting at 44.5.