Titans vs. Packers Weather Forecast: How Snow Is Moving Sunday Night Football Betting Odds
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- The latest Tennessee Titans vs. Green Bay Packers weather forecast includes snow and wind at Lambeau Field for Sunday Night Football.
- Strong winds make it more difficult to connect on explosive downfield throws and accurately kick field goals and extra points.
- See the detailed Titans vs. Packers weather forecast, and how it's affecting Sunday Night Football betting odds.
Titans vs. Packers Odds
|PRO Projections||Packers -2.6 | O/U: 57.3|
|Time/Channel||8:20 p.m. ET, NBC|
Stop me if you’ve heard this before: Winter weather at Lambeau Field isn’t expected to be all that accommodating for a late-season NFL matchup.
The latest Tennessee Titans vs. Green Bay Packers forecast is calling for cold and windy conditions, and even snow, for the Sunday Night Football matchup.
With this in mind, let’s dig into the Titans vs. Packers weather forecast and what it means for NFL bettors.
Titans vs. Packers Weather Forecast
The National Weather Service is predicting temperatures to dip into the teens in Green Bay, with four inches of snow possible throughout the day and night.
The latest forecast suggests snow will taper off around 10 p.m. ET, but it’s the wind that should be catching the attention of bettors.
Sports Insights’ weather data is forecasting 15-17 mph breezes blowing directly across Lambeau Field throughout the entire game, which shouldn’t make the passing or kicking games all that fun.
The Titans vs. Packers over/under opened at 56 and has dropped to 54, yet still offers the highest total of Week 16.
However, as more bettors become aware of tonight’s weather forecast, don’t be surprised to see that number tick down from now through kickoff.
Be sure to check The Action Network’s NFL Live Odds Page for the latest Tians vs. Packers odds movement.