NFL weather watch: Snow expected at Lambeau

Find out if weather will impact your wagers in Week 14 of the NFL season:

St. Louis at Buffalo (-3, 42)

Site: Ralph Wilson Stadium

Forecasts are calling for temperatures in the mid-30s with a 90 percent chance of showers. Winds will blow out of the east at 12 mph.

Atlanta Falcons at Carolina Panthers (3.5, 48)


Site: Bank of America Stadium

Forecasts are calling for temperatures in the mid-60s with a 20 percent chance of rain. Winds will blow out of the SSW at 6 mph.

Dallas Cowboys at Cincinnati Bengals (-3, 46)


Site: Paul Brown Stadium

Forecasts are calling for temperatures in the mid-50s with a 90 percent chance of showers. Winds will blow out of the SE at 13 mph.

Kansas City Chiefs at Cleveland Browns (-6.5, 38)


Site: Cleveland Browns Stadium

Forecasts are calling for temperatures in the mid-40s with a 95 percent of rain. Winds will blow out of the east at 12 mph.

San Diego Chargers at Pittsburgh Steelers (-9.5, 39)

Site: Heinz Field

Forecasts are calling for temperatures in the mid-40s with a 90 percent chance of showers. Winds will blow out of the ESE at 9 mph.

Baltimore Ravens at Washington Redskins (-1, 47.5)

Site: FedEx Field

Forecasts are calling for temperatures in the high-40s with a 75 percent chance of rain. Winds will blow out of the ENE at 6 mph.

New Orleans Saints at New York Giants (-4.5, 53)


Site: MetLife Stadium

Forecasts are projecting temperatures in the mid-40s with a 75 percent chance of showers. Winds will be light out of the NE at 3 mph.

Arizona Cardinals at Seattle Seahawks (-10, 36)


Site: CenturyLink Field

Forecasts are calling for temperatures in the mid-40s with a 70 percent chance of rain. Winds will blow out of the south at 12 mph.

Detroit Lions at Green Bay Packers (-7, 49)


Site: Lambeau Field

Forecasts are calling for temperatures around the freezing mark with a 100 percent chance of snow. Winds will blow out of the north at 6 mph.

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