Temperatures to fall into 20s during Packers-Cowboys game Sunday
GREEN BAY - Football fans heading to Lambeau Field on Sunday may want to grab an extra pair of mittens and bundle up, as temperatures are likely to dip into the 20s before the final play.
The National Weather Service in Green Bay predicts a mostly sunny day on Sunday with high temperatures in the mid 30s and winds coming in at 10 mph to 15 mph. Not too bad for fans who want to get an early start tailgating outdoors before the 3:25 p.m. kickoff as the Green Bay Packers take on the Dallas Cowboys.
However, meteorologists predict temps will fall into the mid 20s as the sun sets around 4:30 p.m. and evening sets in. Get ready to experience the Frozen Tundra during the second half of the game.
Fans won’t need to bring snow shovels along though.
There’s a good chance the Green Bay area will see some light snowfall Saturday afternoon or night, but it isn’t expected to stick around.
Sunday’s forecast calls for a less than a 3% chance of snow or precipitation. The area is expected to see its first shot of accumulated snow for the season on Tuesday.
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