NFL weather report: what it means for fantasy football and betting in week 15
Week 15 is here! This is the time of year when we have to pay close attention to the weather, but luckily we are in luck this season and this week. The weather won’t be perfect in the league, but there is no game to avoid.
In the Week 15 weather report, we’ll go over which games appear to have the strongest projected wind gusts, possible precipitation, and more. We will also give you the games where we should not have to worry about the weather, that is, which games you can choose from in DFS without getting ulcer. Useful weather resources include the National Weather Service and Dark Sky, among others.
Orchard Park in December won’t be hot, as it will be around 30 degrees, but the wind will be less than 10mph and there should be no rain or snow.
The winds will be around 12 mph and the skies will be clear with no rain and with temperatures low to 40 degrees.
This game has a 50% chance of rain, but I doubt it will rain non-stop during the entire game if it is raining. Temperatures will be in the 70’s, while the win will be around 12 mph. Not perfect, but especially good for football.
This game is similar to the Jacksonville game, with a 60% chance of rain, highs around 80 degrees, and wind around 10mph.
Good, but cold weather for this one, as there is no rain in the forecast, the wind will be around 8mph and temperatures in the mid-30s.
Perfect weather in the bay area, with temperatures in the mid 40’s, no rain and a light wind of 5mph.
Beautiful weather in Denver, with temperatures in the mid-1950s, clear skies and light winds.
Temperatures in Baltimore will be in the low 40s and the wind will be around 10 mph without precipitation.
Tom Brady is 70s, no wind and no rain to perform his usual magic.
The change to Monday shouldn’t be bad for the weather, as temperatures will be in the 30-degree range without precipitation and winds around 12mph.
Chicago will be cold, but still just above freezing, with winds around 8 mph and no rain or snow.