NFL weather forecast, Week 15: Could we see another football white out?

Will this scene be repeated in week 15 of NFL games? - Howard Smith-USA TODAY Sports

Last week featured football in the blinding snow, and while snow is in the forecast for a few games in Week 15 across the NFL, it won't be nearly as bad as last week.

Winter storm moved through the Mid-Atlantic and the Northwest this weekend. Today most of that storm system will be exiting New England taking most of the rain and snow with it. A few games will have to deal with rain, wind and even snow, but not to the extent they had in Philadelphia last weekend. Trailing cold front associated with the departing system will bring wind and rain to games from New York down into Florida. From Jacksonville to Tampa and down to Miami, showers and even a few thunderstorms are possible. The possibility of snow remains across the Great Lakes for today's game in Cleveland. Not a lot of snow is expected but blustery winds and a snow shower or two are likely. Tonight's game in Pittsburgh could also see some snow but just a light snow shower or two. Wind gust could be from 25 to 30 mph with wind chills in the single digits.

Bears vs. Browns - Sunday, 1 P.M., FOX
FORECAST: Snow showers are likely with accumulations of a coating to maybe an inch. Windy and cold making it blustery.
Winds: WNW 20-30 mph Gust near 35 mph
Kickoff – 25
Half Time - 26
Second Half – 25

49ers vs. Buccaneers - Sunday, 1 P.M., FOX
FORECAST: Showers and even a few thunderstorms possible.
Winds: NW 5-15 mph
Kickoff – 72
Half Time - 70
Second Half – 69

Seahawks vs. Giants - Sunday, 1 P.M., FOX
FORECAST: Possible lingeing showers and breezy, skies brightening with sunshine during the afternoon.
Winds: West 10-20 mph
Kickoff – 39
Half Time - 39
Second Half – 38

Patriots vs. Dolphins - Sunday, 1 P.M., CBS
FORECAST: Showers and possible thunderstorms under mostly cloudy skies.
Winds: SW 5-10 mph
Kickoff – 81
Half Time - 80
Second Half – 80

Bills vs. Jaquars - Sunday, 1 P.M., CBS
FORECAST:Cloudy to mostly cloudy, chance of a shower.
Winds: West 10-15 mph
Kickoff – 62
Half Time - 60
Second Half – 60

Chiefs vs. Raiders - Sunday, 4:05 P.M., CBS
FORECAST: Sunny skies and nice
Winds: Light and Variable
Kickoff – 60
Half Time - 62
Second Half – 62

Jets vs. Panthers - Sunday, 4:05 P.M., CBS
FORECAST: Skies clearing for sunshine and chilly.
Winds: NW 5-10 mph
Kickoff – 48
Half Time - 46
Second Half – 42

Packers vs. Cowboys - Sunday, 4:25 P.M., FOX
FORECAST: Sunny and cool.
Winds: WNW 5-10 mph
Kickoff – 56
Half Time - 53
Second Half – 51

Cardinals vs. Titans - Sunday, 4:25 P.M., FOX
FORECAST: Becoming mostly sunny and chilly.
Winds: WNW 5-10 mph
Kickoff – 35
Half Time - 33
Second Half – 32

Bengals vs. Steelers - Sunday, 8:30 P.M., NBC
FORECAST: Cloudy could and windy, chance of a light snow shower. Wind chill in the single digits.
Winds: West 10-20 mph Gust 25-30 mph
Kickoff – 21
Half Time - 20
Second Half – 20


Dome games:

Redskins vs. Falcons - Sunday, 1 P.M., FOX

Eagles vs. Vikings - Sunday, 1 P.M., FOX

Texans vs. Colts - Sunday, 1 P.M., CBS

Saints vs. Rams - Sunday, 4:25 P.M., FOX

Ravens vs. Lions - Monday, 8:40 P.M., ESPN

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