Bad weather to be a factor across the league today

Nov 17, 2013; Chicago, IL, USA; A general shot of Soldier Field prior to a game between the Chicago Bears and the Baltimore Ravens. Mandatory Credit: Dennis Wierzbicki-USA TODAY Sports

Bad weather will be a factor across the league today.

It could get really bad in some places, such as in Chicago where there is a tornado watch in effect. In fact there are tornadoes warnings reported as close as an hour away at this point. The Bears and Ravens are strapping it up in the game and there have been plans for possible stadium evacuation of the 60,000 plus into the buildings across the street for the fans.

Pittsburgh is having the same type of weather concerns for their matchup with the Detroit Lions, but you know, what’s new?

In Cincinnati where the Browns and Bengals will meet, the weather is supposed to be so bad that the Cleveland Browns are making alternate plans for their fans to be able to get home from the game.

And in Buffalo winds are reportedly reaching 60-65 mph.

This is crazy! This could make for a fun afternoon of football on the Eastern border. This is the perfect storm for some ESPN ‘not top ten’s’ this week. Mother nature on full display across the league today.

Topics: Buffalo Bills, Chicago Bears, Cincinnati Bengals, NFL, Pittsburgh Steelers

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