NFL Monday night weather forecast: Could weather have an impact tonight?

Jay Drowns

Chilly weather is expected tonight for Monday night football in Seattle. That could bode well for the Seahawks as they host the New Orleans Saints.

As far back as last week, the weather forecast for tonight's Monday Night Football Game between the Seattle Seahawks and the New Orleans Saints was not looking very good. There were many speculations that it would be very cold, windy and even snowy. As we are just hours from the kick off of tonight's game the weather forecast doesn't look to be that bad.

Temperatures are turning colder in the Pacific Northwest and there have been scattered rain and snow showers around Seattle this afternoon. The trend will be for the precipitation to slowly clear out giving way to partly cloudy skies this evening. There is just a slight chance of scattered flurries and sprinkles this evening.

Temperatures for tonight's game will be chilly but not too cold. Evening temperatures will start in the low 40s before the game and fall into the mid 30s by the end of the game. Winds look to range between 5 to 15 mph, so not a major problem.

Saints vs. Seahawks - Monday, 8:40 P.M., ESPN
FORECAST: Patchy clouds and chilly  
Winds: NNW 10-15 mph
Kickoff – 40 
Half Time - 38
Second Half – 35

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