As of Saturday afternoon, here is Don Paul's look at the weather for Sunday's Bills-Bengals game in Cincinnati.
NOTE FOR TRAVELERS BY HIGHWAY: Locally heavy downpours with a few strong thunderstorms will develop Saturday night in western Ohio, including the Cincinnati metro region. Drivers may encounter gusty winds and ponding on roads enroute tonight. After the game, drivers returning to WNY will move away from that rain for most of the trip, but some rain may catch up to drivers late in their drive home.
TAILGATE FORECAST: Overnight rain and downpours should drop south for a few hours before moving north again during the game. The morning will be Partly to Mostly Cloudy and humid with a lower chance of scattered showers. Temperatures: 63-66, light wind.
GAME TEMPERATURE: 72.
PRECIPITATION: Rain chance will increase during the game, especially during the second half, as rain spreads north again from Kentucky into Ohio. Rain may become steady later in the game. Humid. SE wind: 5-10 mph.
FORECAST: Mostly Cloudy and humid. Lower chance of a few showers early in the game, but steadier rain will spread north to the Cincinnati metro region during the game, most likely in the 2nd half and later in the game. Light SE wind.
WHAT TO WEAR: Bring rain cover, but wear lightweight fabric as it will be rather humid and on the muggy side.