NFL playoffs 2019: Weather in Kansas City could affect Chiefs-Colts game | NFL

Oh, the climate outdoors is frightful … and that is precisely the place Saturday’s AFC playoff recreation between the Chiefs and Colts goes to be performed. Outdoors. In Kansas Metropolis. Within the c-c-cold. And snow.

How a lot snow are we speaking about? Quite a bit. 

As of 6 a.m. native time, in keeping with the Nationwide Climate Service and the Indianapolis Star, greater than 7 inches of snow had fallen within the Kansas Metropolis space with extra on the best way. And that is not even the worst half. Kickoff is 3:30 p.m. CT, proper across the time the Climate Service says that snow may presumably combine with freezing rain earlier than – fortunately – switching again to solely snow. The temperature is anticipated to be round 30 levels with the wind chill at 20 levels.

The Arrowhead Stadium crew has been working tirelessly to maintain the sphere in the very best situation attainable.

However the gamers aren’t the one ones who shall be challenged by the weather Saturday. Followers’ seats will not be toasty …

… and that is what they’ll anticipate as soon as they navigate the roads to the stadium.

It’s fairly, although …

If you happen to’re watching from the heat of your house, you may discover the sport on NBC. Kickoff is 4:30 p.m. ET


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