It seems fitting that the weather for the next weekend’s game at Orchard Park is just the opposite.
Buffalo, NY – Buckle up, mafia bills! There’s a chance you’ll get a cold and snowy winter match before the season ends.
After Buffalo Bills beat Indianapolis Colts last weekend on a mostly sunny and fun winter day, it seems fitting that the expectations for the following weekend will be the exact opposite. Especially since the AFC Divisions Tour will be played at night during prime times on Saturday Football Night on Channel Two.
As of Wednesday, there is no guarantee that snow will fall during the match, but there is definitely a chance. Regardless, expect temperatures to be close to freezing under a mostly cloudy night sky. There would be no sunshine to make her “feel” warmer than it would actually be. Any fan who attends the Saturday night match will want to wear warm layers in layers and bring a spare pair of hats and / or gloves in case they get wet from the snow.
For the chance of snowfall, Storm Team 2 is monitoring the weather system that will move across the Northeast from Friday through Sunday. It will likely bring rain and snow on Friday as it moves from Buffalo. In the wake of this, the winds could turn and become westerly than Lake Erie on a Saturday. This would bring an opportunity for improved snow bathing by the lake, but as we all know, lake effect bands don’t guarantee snow for the masses, or Orchard Park.
Of course, weather is known to be the third player in these NFL open games. lately Interview On Tuesday with Adam Shifter of ESPN, Raven midfielder Lamar Jackson revealed that he had never played in a snow game during his NFL career. The last time he played on snow was in college.
You hear that BillsMafia? In the meantime, stay informed of the latest forecasts from Team Storm 2 As we approach the weekend.