Green Bay Weather Report for Monday Night Football
The Green Bay Packers will play the Los Angeles Rams on a chilly evening for their Monday Night Football contest. The Packers have been trying to get acclimated for the game. They need every advantage they can get as they stay in the playoff chase. The Green Bay weather forecast Monday should provide the Packers an upper hand over a team coming in from the warm West Coast.
According to the National Weather Service, the temperature for Monday Night Football kickoff should be a crisp 19 degrees. There’s a chance of flurries before the game, but heavy snow should hit Green Bay after the game’s conclusion. Per the NWS:
“A weak system expects to bring a light snow to the area late this afternoon into tonight. We expect snow accumulations of an inch or two, which could bring slippery stretches to roads tonight.”
Green Bay weather forecast projects temperatures should actually rise during the game Monday. By 11 PM, the temperature forecasts at 22 degrees. That’s 10 degrees higher than Monday’s low temperature of 12 degrees. The Monday Night Football game was predicted last week to be in the single digits. Fortunately for fans attending the game, those frigid figures now project for Tuesday. It’s still going to be dangerously cold. Make sure to dress accordingly if you’re going to the game.