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

There’s a 50% 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 at 1 a.m. Wednesday.

At least temperatures will warm up after last week’s freeze, and the snow from last Tuesday and Friday is starting to melt.

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Tuesday will have a daytime high around 44 degrees and light, variable winds, a low near 34.

The rain will continue Wednesday as temperature rises into the mid-40s with a 50% chance of rain during the daytime and 70% chance at night.

Thursday temperatures will rise near 60 with a 90% chance of rain during the daytime and 80% chance at night.

Friday the high will jump to around 66 degrees, according to the NWS, with a 40% chance of rain during the daytime and cloudy skies at night.

Saturday will be partly sunny with a high near 57 and a 30% chance of rain after 1 p.m.

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 50% chance of rain with a high temperature around 51.

Sunday night, there’s a 30% chance of rain and a low around 36.

Monday is expected to be partly sunny with a high near 47.

Baltimore Sun reporter Tony Roberts contributed to this article.