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Weather Update Shows Conditions For Bills vs. Chiefs Matchup

The weather forecast for Sunday’s BillsChiefs game appears to be more favorable than that of last Monday’s Bills-Steelers game.

Unlike the previous game, there is no snow expected on Sunday, eliminating concerns about a potential game relocation. Nevertheless, temperatures are expected to remain in the low 20s, and the contest will take place under mostly cloudy skies.

The victor of this game will advance to the AFC Championship Game, where they will face the winner of the Ravens-Texans matchup scheduled for Saturday afternoon.

This showdown marks the second meeting between these two teams this season, with the Bills emerging victorious in their prior encounter at Arrowhead last month. This victory sparked a late-season resurgence for the Bills, who have since secured six consecutive wins.

The kickoff for this highly anticipated matchup is set for 6:30 p.m. ET, and it will be broadcast nationally on CBS. Providing commentary for the game will be Jim Nantz, Tony Romo, and Tracy Wolfson.

Both the Bills and Chiefs are loaded with talent on the offensive side of the ball. This should be a very entertaining game for fans to watch.

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