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AFC Championship 2014: Patriots at Broncos weather report

Few places in the country get more annual snowfall than Colorado. So many assumed there would be a good chance for percipitation when the Denver Broncos hosted the New England Patriots in the 2014 AFC Championship.

That will not be the case however as Weather.com reports extremely sunny conditions for game time.

Come kickoff at 1:30 local time, (3:30 ET), temperatures are expected to hover around the 60 degrees mark with light winds at approximately 7 to 8 mph.

In addition to the mild temperatures, there is currently zero percent change of any snow or rain and cloud cover will be minimal – assuming there is any.

Wind and temperatures are expected to remain consistent throughout the game so don’t expect much change as the AFC Championship plugs along.

Not the best ‘football weather’ if you’re wanting cold and snow/rain, but fantastic for the teams – especially Tom Brady and Peyton Manning – as they won’t have to battle any conditions.

The game should end in the early evening with the wind chill bring the temperature down to about 48 degrees.

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