The Baltimore Ravens' playoff run begins on Saturday as the Houston Texans are coming to town ready for a fight. The winner of this game advances to the AFC Championship Game and will face the winner of the Bills/Chiefs game.
If the Ravens win, they get to host the AFC title game, which would be the first time they've ever done so. It'd be the Texans' first-ever trip to the AFC Championship Game so there's a lot of history that can be made this weekend.
For those attending the game, you might want to know what the weather forecast is looking like. Let's dive into that.
Ravens vs. Texans weather forecast
As of this writing, NFL Weather says that it'll be 24° at kickoff with partly cloudy skies. It'll feel like 12° with 17 MPH winds from the northwest and wind gusts up to 29 MPH. By the fourth quarter, it'll feel like 9°.
In other words, it's going to be brutally cold at M&T Bank Stadium and the winds aren't going to help that situation. The good news is that the sun will be peeking out at times and there won't be any rain hopefully. So, yes, it'll be a chilly day but it feels like it could be a lot worse.
The Texans typically play indoors (their stadium has a retractable roof) so hopefully the chilly and windy conditions affect them and the Ravens can thrive.