Chilly night expected in Jacksonville for Chargers vs. Jaguars

It’s not often that Jacksonville Jaguars fans need to bundle up for a game at TIAA Bank Field, but an upcoming playoff matchup against the Los Angeles Chargers looks like it’ll be the exception.

While temperatures are expected to climb into the 70s this week in North Florida, a cold front in the forecast is projected to cool things down over the weekend.

The Weather Channel is predicting a high of 55 degrees and low of 34 degrees in Jacksonville on Saturday. The AccuWeather forecast has the high at 52 and low at 36.

With kickoff scheduled for 8:15 p.m. ET — the first ever night playoff game at TIAA Bank Field — it could be one of the coldest home games in Jaguars history. The record belongs to a December 2010 game against Washington that was 38 degrees at kickoff. The top 10 coldest games in Jaguars history were all on the road.

The Chargers are currently listed as a one-point favorite over the Jaguars on BetMGM.

Story originally appeared on Jaguars Wire