NFL betting weather report: Sunday's forecasts

Find out how weather will impact your NFL bets for Sunday's matchups:

Green Bay Packers at Baltimore Ravens (+1, 49)

Temperatures will be in the low-60s with a 34 percent chance of rain. Wind will blow diagonally from the northeast at 9 mph.

Philadelphia Eagles at Tampa Bay Buccaneers (+1, 45.5)

Fans at Raymond James Stadium will be treated to sunny skies and temperatures in the mid-80s. Wind will blow out of the northwest at 7 mph.

Pittsburgh Steelers at New York Jets (+1, 41)

Temperatures at MetLife Stadium will be in the mid-60s with wind blowing across the width of the field at 7 mph and partly cloudy skies.

Oakland Raiders at Kansas City Chiefs (-9.5, 41)

Arrowhead Stadium will see sunny skies with temperatures in the mid-60s and wind blowing diagonally out of the east at 7 mph.

Cincinnati Bengals at Buffalo Bills (+6, 41.5)

Temperatures will be in the mid-60s with overcast skies and a 38 percent chance of rain later in the day. Wind will blow across the width of the field at 4 mph.

Detroit Lions at Cleveland Browns (+1, 44)

Fans at FirstEnergy Stadium face a 25 percent chance of rain with wind blowing diagonally out of the northwest at 6 mph and temperatures in the mid-60s.

Tennessee Titans at Seattle Seahawks
(-13.5, 41)

Temperatures at CenturyLink Field will be in the mid-50s with partly cloudy skies and wind blowing diagonally out of the northwest at 6 mph

Jacksonville Jaguars at Denver Broncos
(-26, 53)

Temperatures will be in the mid-60s with partly cloudy skies and winds blowing diagonally out of the southeast at 3 mph.

New Orleans Saints at New England Patriots (+1, 50.5)

Gillette Stadium will see clear skies with temperatures in the high-50s and wind blowing across the width of the field at 6 mph.

Arizona Cardinals at San Francisco 49ers
(-10.5, 41)

Temperatures at Candlestick Park will be in the low-60s with clear skies and wind blowing across the width of the field at 7 mph.


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