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Gusty Winds May Impact Ravens Versus Patriots Game

Cold front to move through Foxboro just before game time
Gusty winds and brutal cold will arrive just in time for the NFL AFC Ravens vs. Patriots Conference Championship game on Sunday.
A cold front will move through Foxboro, Mass., on Sunday afternoon, giving way to strong winds and falling temperatures. The AccuWeather predicted temperature for game day is 35 degrees F, with sustained winds at kick off around 20 mph. According to Senior Meteorologist Dave Samuhel the AccuWeather RealFeel® temperatures for the 6:30 p.m., kick off will be in the mid-teens to lower 20s.
The average high temperature in Boston during the middle of January is 35 degrees F, and a low of 22 degrees F. Baltimore's average mid-January high temperature is 41 degrees F, and 24 degrees F for the low.

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Although both teams are accustomed to playing in colder weather, Samuhel says, "The strong winds could play a role during the game."


Members of grounds crew paint an NFL Championship logo on the field at Gillette Stadium in Foxboro, Mass., Tuesday. The New England Patriots host the Baltimore Ravens in the AFC championship NFL football game on Sunday. AP Photo

For more weather news, visit AccuWeather.com.

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