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Ravens Insider: Baltimore weather: Rain possible for Ravens-Chiefs AFC title game Sunday — and for much of the week leading up to it


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There’s a 40% chance of rain Sunday when the Ravens play the Kansas City Chiefs in the AFC championship game.

In fact, rain is in the forecast daily starting Tuesday night.

At least temperatures will warm up after last week’s freeze and the snow from last Tuesday and Friday is likely to start melting soon.

Monday will be cold with a daytime high temperature around 39 degrees and a low near 31 at night, according to the National Weather Service.

Tuesday will have a daytime high around 45 degrees and a 40% chance of rain at night with a low near 37.

The rain will continue Wednesday as temperature rise into the 40s with a 60% chance of rain during the daytime and 70% chance at night.

Thursday temperatures will rise into the 50s with an 80% chance of rain during the daytime and 70% chance at night.

Friday the high will jump to around 65 degrees, according to the NWS, with at least a 40% chance of rain from Friday morning until Saturday night

The Ravens will host the Chiefs for the conference championship at M&T Bank Stadium at 3 p.m. Sunday, when the forecast calls for a 40% chance of rain with a high temperature of 49.

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