NFL Weather Forecast for Patriots-Bills: Monday Night Football Expecting Wind & Snow in Buffalo
Photo by Brett Carlsen/Getty Images. Pictured: Stadium workers clear snow at New Era Stadium
- The calendar has flipped to December and the latest New England Patriots vs. Buffalo Bills NFL weather forecast is showing wintry conditions for Monday Night Football.
- According to the updated Patriots vs. Bills forecast, Buffalo is expecting rain, snow and extremely windy weather on Monday night.
- See the detailed Patriots vs. Bills weather forecast, including the effect it's having on Monday Night Football odds.
Patriots vs. Bills Odds
|Date||Monday, Dec. 6|
|Time||8:15 p.m. ET|
*Odds as of Thursday afternoon
I typically hold off on writing actionable NFL weather posts until within 48 hours of kickoff because forecasts can shift enough early in the week to make those articles stale.
As we already know from our Bet Labs software, NFL games played in double-digit winds go under the total 55.2% of the time and it’s not that unreasonable for a matchup expecting 12 mph winds on Wednesday to actually be played in 8 mph breezes on Sunday.
Therefore it’s tough to recommend actionable weather-related betting decisions until we’re much closer to kickoff for most NFL games.
But sometimes a weather forecast is so drastic that it’s worth noting as early as possible, especially if it’s moving betting odds, and that’s exactly what we’re seeing for the Patriots vs. Bills on Monday Night Football.
Let’s take an advanced look at the latest Patriots vs. Bills weather forecast, which includes wet and windy conditions for Monday Night Football.
Patriots vs. Bills NFL Weather Forecast
In order to get the most accurate Patriots vs. Bills weather forecast as possible this far in advance, I turned to Rotogrinders Meteorologist Kevin Roth for his expert breakdown:
“There are plenty of ugly weather spots this week, the worst of which are in Seattle and on MNF in Buffalo (Orchard Park).
Generally my rule is to hold off on weather bets until we are 100% certain about the weather itself, but early indications in Buffalo are that we’re looking at temps below freezing, winds around 20 mph sustained and snow showers.
Even if one of those elements doesn’t pan out, there’s still going to be impactful weather.
The total has already dropped 2.5 points, and with the ugly weather I’m expecting that to drop even more.”