Chiefs fans endured the coldest game in Kanas City history with a dominant victory over the Dolphins and now travel to Buffalo, whose fans admirably helped clear the stadium of overwhelming snow prior to the Bills' Wild Card win.
We've still got several days until the Sunday night showdown, but early weather reports suggest there's another cold front in store.
That being said, it'll likely be at least 20 degrees warmer in Buffalo than it was in Kansas City for the Wild Card round. The issue will be an impending snow onslaught expected Wednesday.
Bills vs. Chiefs Weather Forecast Predicts Freezing Temperatures
Current forecasts project a low of around 15 degrees with winds from 5-10 MPH. That's a big improvement from the -25 wind chill Chiefs fans experienced and 20+ MPH winds, potentially making this contest feel like a warm reprieve for Kansas City.
It's worth noting, however, that the Bills' stadium does not have heaters underneath the field, like GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium does.
In Patrick Mahomes' first road playoff game, he's entering what should be a brutally cold but still exciting stadium. What better time to rip a fanbase's heart out than right now?
The Chiefs are favorites in the matchup and I think Mahomes will get the job done, espeically given the two-day rest advantage the Chiefs hold. Re
Current reports now suggest two to three more feet of snow are on the way Wednesday, with Buffalo schools already shutting down. We'll see how this impacts the game and keep you updated throughout the week.
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