NFL weather forecast, Week 9: Another week of quiet weather

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Week 9 weather forecast for the NFL across the U.S.looks great, but what about Europe? Check out the weather forecast for details.

Weather forecast for the NFL in week 9 across the United States is very nice. The only main threat of rain for this weeks games is in the Pacific Northwest in Seattle. For your complete week 9 weather forecast across the league check below for your game.


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Falcons vs. Pathers - Sunday, 1 P.M., FOX
FORECAST - Sunny skies
Winds: North 5-15 mph
Kickoff – 58
Half Time - 60
Second Half – 62

Vikings vs. Cowboys - Sunday, 1 P.M., FOX
FORECAST - Sunny and breezy.
Winds: SSE 10-20 mph
Kickoff – 63
Half Time - 66
Second Half – 68

Saints vs. Jets - Sunday, 1 P.M., FOX
FORECAST - Mostly sunny
Winds: North 5-15 mph
Kickoff – 49
Half Time - 50
Second Half – 51

Chiefs vs. Bills - Sunday, 1 P.M., CBS
FORECAST - Mostly sunny
Winds: North 10-15
Kickoff – 38
Half Time - 39
Second Half – 40

Chargers vs. Redskins - Sunday, 1 P.M., CBS
FORECAST - Mostly sunny.
Winds: North 10-15 mph
Kickoff – 55
Half Time - 56
Second Half – 55

Eagles vs. Raiders - Sunday, 4:05 P.M., FOX
FORECAST - Sunny skies
Winds: Northwest 5-10 mph
Kickoff – 60
Half Time - 63
Second Half – 65

Buccaneers vs. Seahawks - Sunday, 4:05 P.M., FOX
FORECAST - Mostly cloudy, chance of a shower.
Winds: South 5-15 mph
Kickoff – 49
Half Time - 50
Second Half – 51

Ravens vs. Browns - Sunday, 4:25 P.M., CBS
FORECAST - Chilly, mix of sunshine and clouds
Winds: Northeast 5-10 mph
Kickoff – 40
Half Time - 38
Second Half – 36

Steelers vs. Patriots - Sunday, 4:25 P.M., CBS
FORECAST - Clouds and some sunshine
Winds: North 5-10 mph
Kickoff – 40
Half Time - 37
Second Half – 35

Colts vs. Texans - Sunday, 8:30 P.M., NBC
FORECAST - Partly cloudy
Winds: SE 5-10 mph
Kickoff – 60
Half Time - 60
Second Half – 58

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Dome games:

Titans vs. Rams - Sunday, 1 P.M., CBS

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