Will the Texans have a 'snow’down against the Chiefs?
Check out Sunday’s weather forecast for Kansas City
Going deep into the NFL playoffs can sometimes lead to playing in some very harsh winter conditions when the Houston Texans are on the road.
That will be the case when the Texans lock horns with the Kansas City Chiefs at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City on Sunday.
The Texans and their fans will need to be ready to battle the elements, along with Chiefs’ Quarterback Patrick Mahomes.
The storms that came through the Houston area Friday night were also part of the same system that dumped a few inches of snow across Kansas City.
However, conditions appear to be cold but manageable for the players. Fans may want to bring a few extra layers as kickoff temperatures will only be in the mid-30s with clouds and a chance for a few flurries.
Back in Houston
Meanwhile, in Houston, it will be a nearly perfect day to watch the Texans either at home or out with your friends and family.
The forecast is expected to be partly cloudy to mostly sunny skies and about 30 degrees warmer than Saturday.
Kickoff temperatures around 2 p.m. will be in the mid-60s.
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