Updated 49ers vs. Chiefs Weather Forecast: How Windy Conditions Could Affect Super Bowl 54 in Miami
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- The Updated 49ers vs. Chiefs weather forecast includes wind for tonight's game at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami.
- Learn the details of the Super Bowl 54 forecast and what it means when making betting picks.
Super Bowl 54 will be played outdoors, meaning the 49ers and Chiefs will have to contend with whatever conditions are thrown at them at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami, Fla.
Rain will not be an issue, but there is a chance for windy weather conditions.
According to our Bet Labs data, 55.9% of NFL games played in double-digit breezes have gone under the total since 2003.
So, should bettors worry about wind when handicapping the 49ers vs. Chiefs over/under in Super Bowl 54?
Let’s take a detailed look at the Super Bowl 54 weather forecast.
Super Bowl 54 Weather Forecast
With less than 12 hours until Super Bowl 54 kicks off, Sports Insights’ weather data is forecasting breezes of 7 mph to start the game before dropping to 5 mph by 9 p.m. ET.
The National Weather Service expects a similar pattern, as windy conditions during the day dwindle to 6-8 mph by Sunday night.
Behind 75% of bets, the total pushed from an opener of 51.5 to 54.5, but late under money has hit the market, knocking the line back down to between 53.5 and 54 at most sportsbooks.
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