Updated Titans vs. Chiefs Weather Forecast & Betting Odds: Expect Wind & Bitter Cold Temps at Arrowhead Stadium
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- The latest weather forecast in Kansas City for Sunday's AFC Championship Game between the Tennessee Titans and Kansas City Chiefs calls for double-digit-mph winds and frigid temperatures.
- The weather has impacted the latest betting odds: The Chiefs are favored to win (spread: K.C. -7) and the over/under has dipped down a bit to 51 or 51.5, depending on the sportsbook you're looking at.
- Let's analyze the updated forecast and use our historical betting data to determine the smart way to bet Titans-Chiefs.
Aside from nearly identical point spreads and some surprise teams making appearances, the story for today’s NFL Conference Championship Weekend surrounds the weather — well, at least in one of the games.
While not as breezy as last week’s forecast, today is still projected to be a windy one in Kansas City, and if history is any indication, bettors are going to want to keep an eye on that leading up to kickoff.
Odds and forecast as of Sunday at 12 p.m. ET. Check out FanDuel, where Action Network users get a risk-free bet up to $500.
Titans vs. Chiefs Weather Forecast
AFC Championship goers, bundle up. Temperatures at kickoff are expected to be just below the 20-degree mark and should fall to 19 degrees by 6 p.m. ET.
On top of that, double-digit wind speeds (10-12 mph) are now forecasted throughout the game, which will only add to the unpleasantness.