The Chiefs will be hoping their high-powered offense can lead them to the AFC Championship game with a win at home on Saturday, but frigid weather in Kansas City could have a major impact on the game.
The Kansas City area received more than seven inches of snowfall since Friday, according to the Indy Star, and more snow is on the way.
A winter storm warning is in effect in the region until 6 p.m. local time, which should coincide with the end of Saturday’s Colts-Chiefs game at Arrowhead Stadium. Temperatures at kickoff should over around 33 degrees, according to AccuWeather, with winds of 10 mph.
The weather isn’t stopping Chiefs fans from tailgating.
Will weather have a major impact on Saturday’s Colts-Chiefs game?