NFL Weather Report for Sunday of divisional round (What’s the Forecast for Every NFL Team and Matchup Today?)

Jan 15, 2023; Orchard Park, NY, USA; Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen (17) scrambles away from
Jan 15, 2023; Orchard Park, NY, USA; Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen (17) scrambles away from / Mark Konezny-USA TODAY Sports

Sunday's divisional round action is a pair of titanic matchups.

The Bills and Bengals will meet in the early matchup, a full game with even more on the line than the Week 17 no contest in wake of the Damar Hamlin incident while the Cowboys and 49ers meet for the second straight postseason with a spot in the conference championship game on the line. Will weather play a role in the outcome of the game?

Given that the AFC matchup is taking place in Buffalo, anything is on the table, while rain was in the forecast last week in Santa Clara, it's expected to be a mild January day on Sunday.

Here's the latest weather forecast for Sunday's pair of divisional round matchups:

Cincinnati Bengals vs. Buffalo Bills Weather

There is a snowy forecast for Sunday's game in Western New York with about a 75% chance of a rain and snow at kickoff. It may be more of a wintery mix than a blizzard, but it does appear that it will be poor conditions come Sunday afternoon.

This has caused the total, which opened at 50 to crash down to 48.5 as of this writing. However, the wind is not supposed to play a role, which is more of an indicator of if the game state will be altered, as there is only five mile per hour winds in the forecast.

Dallas Cowboys vs. San Francisco 49ers Weather

This total has ticked up slightly from 46 to 46.5 as there is wind in the forecast, about 15 miles per hour at the time of kickoff and slowing down throughout the game.

However, it should be a mild day on the field, about 60 degrees and partly cloudy so both offenses should operate with limited resistance from the elements.

Game odds refresh periodically and are subject to change.