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Horrible weather for the Bills Monday Night football game


The Buffalo Bills will play the most important game of their 2021 season tomorrow night against longtime rival the New England Patriots.

This is the first time Monday Night Football has visited Orchard Park since 2018 (against New England) and only the second third time since 2008). The Patriots (8-4) lead the AFC East by half a game against the Bills (7-4), but they haven’t had their week off yet.

While national sports broadcasts have focused the most on Josh Allen and Mac Jones face to face and clashes, but here in Buffalo it’s all about the weather that will have a severe impact on Monday’s game at Highmark Stadium in Orchard. Park.

A strong wind warning is in place for southern Erie, Chautauqua and Cattaraugus counties from Sunday evening to Monday evening, with high wind monitoring in place for the rest of western New York, via WIVB .

Winds pick up overnight from Sunday to Monday, with possible power outages. Sustained winds of 25 to 40 mph with gusts of 60 to 65 for Monday. As for playing time, the wind gusts will likely be 40-45 mph, with snow gusting around.

Heavy lakefront snow belts are expected to remain in the south level, but rapid bursts of lake snow are possible during play. Accumulations are expected to remain low at Orchard Park for Monday night. Things could change though, as we know better than anyone in Buffalo.

The winds will make tailgating extremely difficult and you will feel like the teens at the game. Hitting field goals and maybe even extra points will be next to impossible, and the passing game will be a gamble for both teams.

If you go to the game, wear enough to stay warm and that’s a shame but the winds will be bad enough to wreak havoc on the game. Not to mention the slippery caused by a layer of snow.

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