Sixteen weeks into the season, we still haven’t seen a big snowy NFL match this year, but that looks like that will change Sunday night when Packers to host Titans. The snowfall has already started in Green Bay and is not expected to stop anytime soon.
According to the latest forecast From Weather.com, It will probably snow all the way until kick-off, then snow will continue for most of the game with the white stuff expected to fall until 10 PM ET. By the time everything is said and done, the Lambo field should be covered with three to four inches of snow.
This is what he looks like outside the stadium after 2:15 PM ET.
If you want to know what it’s like on the field now, the Packers team has shared a video showing how it is snowing in Lambo.
Once again, this snow is expected to continue falling until 9 PM ET / 10 PM ET
One of the greatest advantages of the NFL home domain is the frozen tundra in Lambeau Field and the completely frozen tundra will appear in this game. So far, the weather doesn’t seem to bother Ben Jones of Tennessee, who goes out walking through the snow at BARE FEET.
The game time temperature is projected to be around 29 degrees, then projections are to slowly decrease over the next three hours. Given the weather, the winds are not expected to be very terrible with gusts of winds expected to blow between 11 and 15 mph.
The positive side of all this news for Green Bay is that Aaron Rodgers Almost unbeatable on the Frozen Tundra. Since the start of the 2009 season, Rodgers has achieved 20-2 in a row in the December matches played at Lampo Field and 17-5 against the difference.
For the Titans, bad weather can also be a good thing for them because they have the Human Snow Shovel Truck known as the Derek Henry. Not only is the leading contestant for Henry the NFL, but he averages 5.2 yards per load per season and on Sunday night, he will face the Packers defense who surrendered 4.5 yards per load this year.
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