No, but at least it’s not snow.
BUFFALO, NY — The Buffalo Bills played in extreme heat, gusty winds, lake-effect snow and bitter cold this season. The forecast for Monday night in Cincinnati is relatively calm, but rain is possible during the game.
Monday afternoon temperatures in Cincinnati will hit the low 60s. However, this is due to the weather system bringing rain along with winter temperatures above these averages. Sporadic showers are expected in Ohio Monday night, with stronger showers expected through Tuesday morning and all night.
This unfortunately means rain is in the forecast for football on Monday night. Monday’s kickoff will see temperatures in the high 50s under mostly cloudy skies with a southerly breeze. Sporadic showers are likely in the first half of the year, with more heavy rain likely in the fourth quarter. So Bills Mafia heading to Cincinnati will want to bring rain gear.
In terms of travel to the game, Cincinnati is off to a foggy start on Sunday morning. But otherwise there shouldn’t be any major weather effects for traveling further south locally on Sunday or Monday. It will rain because it will rain. Rain does not have a significant impact on flights, but weather can cause minor delays.