Updated weather report for Chiefs vs. Bills AFC Divisional Round (January 21)

What kind of weather can the Chiefs expect for Sunday's game?

AFC Wildcard Playoffs - Pittsburgh Steelers v Buffalo Bills
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The Kansas City Chiefs get to hit the road for the playoffs for the first time since Patrick Mahomes has taken over the offense (not counting the Super Bowl, of course). They'll be facing the Buffalo Bills in Highmark Stadium in Orchard Park, New York.

For those attending the game, what kind of temperatures will you be dealing with? What kind of weather will the players potentially have to overcome?

Chiefs vs. Bills weather forecast

As of this writing, NFL Weather says it'll be 18° at kickoff but it will feel like 6°. Considering that the Chiefs played in the fourth-coldest playoff game ever with the kickoff temperature sitting around -7°, this weather almost sounds like a heat wave.

NFL Weather also says there will be 12 MPH winds coming from the southwest and there will be wind gusts up to 17 MPH. The temperature won't be changing during the game so fans in attendance can expect similar weather throughout the game.

The Chiefs played in way worse elements last week and won handily. Yes, this game is in Buffalo where Bills Mafia is going to be determined to throw the Chiefs off in any way that they can but the weather shouldn't be an intimidating factor for KC this week.