As of Tuesday afternoon, here is Don Paul's look at the weather for Sunday's Bills-Dolphins game at New Era Field.
TAILGATE FORECAST: Cold but not frigid. Partly cloudy. 8 a.m. temperature: 22, rising to 30 by midday. Roads should be mainly dry enroute to the stadium.
GAME TEMPERATURE: 33-36.
WIND: Light and variable early becoming SW in the afternoon, possibly increasing to 10-20mph. (Note: Models are in poor agreement on winds, with the US model showing a brisk SW wind, and the European and Canadian models showing just a light wind.)
PRECIPITATION: Mostly dry, slight chance of a few light snow showers.
FORECAST: Partly to mostly cloudy and seasonably cold. Slight chance of a few light snow showers. Breeze may pick up out of the SW in the afternoon. No weather-related travel problems to and from the stadium are currently indicated.
WHAT TO WEAR: Warm layers, gloves, hat, warm footwear. Obviously it will not be nearly so harsh as last Sunday, but it will be cold with temperatures rising through the 20s into the low-mid 30s.