What is the weather forecast for the Ravens vs Bengals game today? Expect variations!

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The Ravens (1-0) will try to break their three-game losing streak against the Bengals (0-1) on Sunday at Paycor Stadium in Cincinnati, OH, and they might literally have to weather a storm away from home.

Lamar Jackson will lead the Flock into the Jungle this weekend after not being able to do so for the past few times the franchises have faced each other. It's only September, but it could very well be the deep days of November judging by the bad weather reports we're getting.

According to information updated at 4 a.m. ET update on AccuWeather, the predicted temperature at kick-off time (1 p.m. ET) is set at 73 degrees with a lower real feeling of 68 degrees, while the forecast reads "showers" on the service.

Sunday's afternoon forecast at the location of Paycor Stadium, OH, is one of "variable cloudiness with a shower in places," a real temperature feel of around 77 degrees, and an 88% presence of clouds in the sky.

The humidity for the afternoon, according to the latest forecast, is set at an even 50% with winds at NW at 7 mph and wind gusts of 9 mph.

Most importantly, AccuWeather's model forecasts a 44% probability of precipitation around afternoon E.T. at Paycor Stadium. Just for context, the Bengals played under heavy weather and downpouring rain last weekend in Cleveland, which Cincinnati used as the main excuse for their Week 1 defeat.

Ja'Marr Chase was one of the most vocal Bengals speaking about that, saying that the Bengals loss had more to do with needing "to grip the ball to throw the ball," which is supposedly hard under the rain, than with Cleveland's blitzing.

The Bengals have played seven matches in the month of September (from 2019 on) with temperatures up to 70 degrees, winning four and losing three games including last weekend's matchup at Cleveland. They won their prior four games under such conditions, two in 2022 and two in 2021.

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The Ravens are 3-0 under the same conditions in the same span, with one victory in each of the past three years, all of them on the road.

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