NFL betting weather report: Wet and windy Week 6

Find out if weather will impact your wagers in Week 6 of the NFL season:

Dallas Cowboys at Baltimore Ravens (-3, 44.5)

The forecast for M&T Bank Stadium is calling for temperatures in the high 60s and winds blowing SSW – from sideline to sideline – at 13 mph.

Cincinnati Bengals at Cleveland Browns (+1, 42.5)

It will be a windy Battle of Ohio at Cleveland Browns Stadium, with winds expected to reach speeds of 20 mph, blowing SSW from corner to corner. Temperatures will climb into the low 70s later in the game with a 59 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms later in the afternoon.

St. Louis Rams at Miami Dolphins (-4.5, 37.5)

There is a 40 percent chance of rain, turning into thunderstorms later in the afternoon. Temperatures will be in the mid 80s and winds are expected to blow ENE at 14 mph.

Indianapolis Colts at New York Jets (-3.5, 44)

Winds will blow SW, across the field at MetLife Stadium, at speeds of 13 mph. Temperatures will be in the mid 60s with a 24 percent chance of showers.

New England Patriots at Seattle Seahawks (+3.5, 44)

Rain is in the forecast for Seattle – surprise – with a 96 percent chance of showers and game-time temperatures in the mid 60s in CenturyLink Field.

New York Giants at San Francisco 49ers (-6.5, 45.5)


The winds in the Bay Area are expected to blow west, from sideline to sideline, at speeds of 13 mph. Game-time temperatures will be in the low 60s.

Minnesota Vikings at Washington Redskins (Pick)

Winds are expected to blow SSW at 13 mph before settling down later in the evening. Temperatures will be in the high 60s.

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