NFL weather forecast, Week 5: Stormy weather for a few games

Jim Brown-US PRESSWIRE

Storm system across the mid section of the country will bring rain and thunderstorms to some of the Week 5 NFL games.

Storm system moving through the Plains and into the western Great Lakes will spread showers and storms from the Great Lakes, down through the Ohio Valley and into the Gulf Coast. Some of these showers and storms could produce strong storms with heavy rain and lightning. The games that could be most directly impacted are the Patriots at the Bengals and Chiefs at Titans. Full weather forecast for each of this week's games can be found below...


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Patriots vs. Bengals - Sunday, 1 P.M., CBS
FORECAST - Showers and storms, some heavy rain and lightning.
Winds: South 10-15 mph
Kickoff – 74
Half Time - 74
Second Half – 73

Lions vs. Packers - Sunday, 1 P.M., FOX
FORECAST - Sunshine and clouds
Winds: SW 5-10 mph
Kickoff – 60
Half Time - 61
Second Half – 61

Ravens vs. Dolphins - Sunday, 1 P.M., CBS
FORECAST - Sun and clouds, chance of an isolated showers or storms. 
Winds: East 5-10 mph
Kickoff – 85
Half Time - 85
Second Half –85

Saints vs. Bears - Sunday, 1 P.M., FOX
FORECAST - Clouds and sunshine, breezy, chance of an early shower.
Winds: SSE 10-20 mph
Kickoff – 62
Half Time - 62
Second Half – 62

Eagles vs. Giants - Sunday, 1 P.M., FOX
FORECAST - Mostly cloudy, chance of a scattered shower.
Winds: East 5-10 mph
Kickoff – 72
Half Time - 74
Second Half – 75

Chiefs vs. Titans - 1 P.M., CBS
FORECAST - Showers and thunderstorms, some heavy with lightning.
Winds: SSW 5-15 mph
Kickoff – 71
Half Time - 71
Second Half – 72

Broncos vs. Cowboys - Sunday, 4:25 P.M., CBS
FORECAST - Mostly sunny, cool and breezy.
Winds: NNW 15-25 mph
Kickoff – 78
Half Time - 77
Second Half – 77

Texans vs. 49ers - Sunday, 8:30 P.M., NBC
FORECAST - Clear skies
Winds: WNW 5-10 mph
Kickoff – 70
Half Time - 67
Second Half – 64

Chargers vs. Raiders - Sunday, 11:35 P.M., NFL
FORECAST - Clear skies
Winds: Light west-northwest
Kickoff – 64
Half Time - 62
Second Half – 62

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Dome games:

Steelers vs. Vikings - Sunday, 1 P.M., CBS

Bears vs. Lions - Sunday, 1 P.M., FOX

Patriots vs. Falcons - Sunday, 8:30 P.M., NBC

Dolphins vs. Saints - Monday, 8:40 P.M., ESPN

Follow the weather on Twitter, @NFL_WXMAN.

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