The weather should be great for tailgating, but things will be warm once the Kansas City Chiefs and Cleveland Browns get started.
The regular season is here for the Kansas City Chiefs and it looks like things will be warm once they take the field. That’s right, you’ll need to make sure you stay cool and hydrated if you head out to GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium to see the Kansas City Chiefs host the Cleveland Browns.
Of course, things should be pretty nice for folks who will be outside tailgating. It’ll still be warm, depending on how early you get out there and get set up, but it shouldn’t be awful.
According to Weather.com’s forecast for Kansas City, Sunday has a forecasted high temperature of 93 degrees while it has a low of 70 degrees. If the forecast is accurate, it should be sunny throughout the day Sunday.
The temperature should be in the 70’s throughout the early morning and then warm up into the 80’s around 10 a.m. By the time 2 p.m. rolls around, the temperature is forecasted to hit 90 degrees, according to Weather.com.
Kansas City Chiefs weather report: Expect a warm game when the Chiefs play the Cleveland Browns
Once kickoff comes around at 3:25 p.m., it’s expected that the temp will be up to 92 degrees. The Weather.com forecast is expecting temps to stay in the 90’s for a couple hours, so make sure you’re drinking plenty of water should you head out to the game.
At the time of writing this, there’s no real chance for rain at all on Sunday. It should be dry throughout the day. That said, if you’d like to keep up with a radar for whatever reason, Weather.com has a radar available for Kansas City if you click here.