Buffalo Bills will face the reigning Super Bowl champion in Kansas City on Sunday.
Buffalo, New – After two home games at the Bills Stadium in the cold, wind and snow, Buffalo will head to Kansas City for the ACC Championship.
The forecast for Wednesday night at Arrow Stadium is cloudy and cool with a chance for more rain. Scattered light rain is predictable to stimulate, so even when it rains during the game, the stadium and the field are a little wet. It may be a bit windy, but compared to last Saturday’s AFC Division Ravens, the winds are not expected to be that strong.
The archery is an open stadium, so players go out on Sunday night. If fans of any bill plan to watch the game, it would not be a bad idea to include raincoats and extra gloves. Otherwise, fans don’t need to dress as warm as they would on a winter night.
Climate systems affecting the Missouri Valley can be just as exciting as Western New York. Located close to the Rocky Mountains, it is home to many northeastern climates. It could be rain, snow, wind, snow or a quiet, sunny day until mid-January.
In mid-January, the situation in Kansas City is similar to Buffalo. Climate studies show that morning sickness is most common in teenagers who have a high temperature in the afternoon after 30 days. So if the temperatures for the game are really in the 40’s, that will be somewhat “hot” on a normal day, and it will rain if there are no showers.