NFL Forecasts: Week 15

WASHINGTON — Well, the weather gods must love some football, because once again we embark on a NFL Sunday with quiet weather. Both dueling storms on the upper east coast and on the west coast will have released their hold on the United States by the weekend, so that won’t be a factor. Even though Sunday is looking in good shape across the U.S., the weather will drastically change for our Monday Night game.

1:00 p.m.

Washington Redskins at New York Giants

, MetLife Stadium: It will be beautiful in East Rutherford, NJ for this NFC matchup. Temperatures will stay in the lower 40s with all sunshine. Winds will only be in the 5-10 mph range out of the northwest.

Miami Dolphins at New England Patriots, Gillette Stadium: High pressure is in charge along the east coast, bringing a sunny Sunday to Foxborough. Temperatures will hold around 40 degrees with a light wind at 5 mph.

Oakland Raiders at Kansas City Chiefs, Arrowhead Stadium: Rain chances will increase through the 4th quarter but it will most likely be dry for much of the game. Temperatures will top out around 60 degrees with cloudy skies. Winds will be just a touch on the breezy side, rolling out of the south at 10 mph.

Jacksonville Jaguars at Baltimore Ravens, M&T Bank Stadium: After the historic Army-Navy game at M&T on Saturday, the weather will keep clear for Sunday, sunshine with a 5-10 mph wind. Temperatures will be a little on the chilly side, hanging in the low 40s for the duration of the game.

Green Bay Packers at Buffalo Bills, Ralph Wilson Stadium: Here’s another game that will hang around 40 degrees. Winds will be a little on the stiff side, out of the west at 10 mph. Expect skies to be partly cloudy.

Tampa Bay at Carolina Panthers, Bank of America Stadium: It will be a gorgeous day in Charlotte, NC. Temperatures will rise to around 60 degrees by the 4th quarter of this game. Expect ALL sunshine with a light wind.

Cincinnati Bengals at Cleveland Browns, FirstEnergy Stadium: There will be overcast skies in Cleveland, but expect dry conditions. Temperatures will top out in the lower to mid 40s with a westerly wind at 5-10 mph.

4:05 p.m.

New York Jets at Tennessee Titans

, LP Field: A mix of sun and clouds in Nashville with mild conditions! Temperatures will fall from the mid- 50s into the upper 40s for the game. Calm winds with partly cloudy skies.

Denver Broncos at San Diego Chargers, Qualcomm Stadium: After drying out from some flooding rains in San Diego, Sunday will be finally dry! Temperatures will start in the lower 60s at kickoff and rise into the mid-60s. Winds will be light and variable with a mix of sun and clouds.

4:25 p.m.

San Francisco 49ers at Seattle Seahawks

, CenturyLink Field: It may be a little breezy but at least it won’t be rainy! Winds will roll out of the southeast at 15 mph. Expect partly cloudy skies with temperatures in the mid to upper 40s.

8:30 p.m.

Dallas Cowboys at Philadelphia Eagles

, The Linc: Another great NFC east matchup for this Sunday night game. Temperatures will fall from around 40 at kickoff a few degrees into the upper 30s by the 4th quarter. The sun will set at around 4:36 but skies will remain mostly clear into the overnight hours. Winds will be light, just around 3-5 mph.

Monday Night Football

8:30 p.m.

New Orleans at Chicago Bears

, Solider Field: It is going to be a wet one on Monday night in Chicago. Temperatures through the day will rise into the 50s, so precipitation will mainly be rain. However, late in the game there could be some wet snow that mixes in but we will have to continue to watch that as this storm develops. There’s about a 70% chance of rain falling during the game with temperatures in the mid-40s. Winds will be a little on the breezy side, out of the south at 15 mph.

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