The Chiefs have battled through two consecutive games with poor weather conditions and should get a reprieve in Baltimore against the Ravens in the AFC Championship on Sunday.
Moderate winds in the range of around 15 MPH are expected for the contest, though Chiefs fans and players alike will enjoy much warmer temperatures than we've endured the last couple of weeks.
Here's the latest on the weather forecast below:
Chiefs vs. Ravens Weather: Moderate Winds but Comfortable Temperatures Predicted
Current Baltimore weather forecasts expect temperatures close to 50 degrees with winds approaching 15 MPH, though the rain should clear out during the game.
There's a 75% chance of rain throughout the morning, though it slowly dissipates throughout the day. It'll be a far cry from the -20 degree wind chill the Chiefs played against the Dolphins with, so we shouldn't see much impact on the teams from the precipitation.
Perhaps the biggest impact could come in the kicking game. We saw Kansas City beat Buffalo on missed field goal at the end of the Divisional Round, and Justin Kicker and Harrison Butker are perhaps the two best kickers in the NFL.
Should the gusty conditions impact special teams play, that could be a massive storyline next week.
We'll keep you updated on any changes in the forecast, but it looks like good news for Chiefs fans heading to Baltimore.
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