Fair and mild weather up the east coast from Philadelphia to Foxborough for the NFC and AFC Championship games. It all comes down to this. One Sunday to determine the two teams that will play in Superbowl LII. The good news, weather shouldn’t play a factor in determining the outcome of Sunday’s games. Fair weather is expected from New England down into t he Mid-Atlantic. After weeks of brutal cold along the east coast, temperatures will be mild for late January. Detailed weather forecast for Sunday’s AFC and NFC Championship game can be found below.
SUNDAY'S CHAMPIONSHIP GAMES (all times ET) (Update Note - apology for the sloppiness of making this weather report and put Tennessee Titans instead of the Jacksonville Jaguars. It was a bad copy & paste and not correcting on this writers part and for that I am sorry.)
AFC CHAMPIONSHIP - Jaguars at Patriots - 3:05 p.m. CBS FORECAST: Mix of clouds and sunshine and mild. Near perfect weather conditions Winds: Light and variable Kickoff – 45 Half Time – 44 Second Half – 44
NFC CHAMPIONSHIP - Vikings at Eagles - 6:40 p.m. CBS FORECAST: Mostly cloudy and mild Winds: Light South Kickoff – 48 Half Time – 46 Second Half – 45