Snow flurries possible in Jaguars vs. Chiefs playoff game

The Jacksonville Jaguars won a chilly home game against the Los Angeles Chargers over Wild Card Weekend and will likely play in even colder conditions in the Divisional Round.

Early forecasts for Saturday say snow flurries are possible for the Jaguars’ playoff game against the Kansas City Chiefs at Arrowhead Stadium.

As of Wednesday, The Weather Channel says there’s an 80 percent chance of snow in Kansas City on Saturday with a high of 38 degrees and a low of 29.

Local meteorologists in Kansas City are saying the same:

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The Jaguars’ 31-30 win against the Chargers was officially recorded at 45 degrees at kickoff, but dipped into the 30s before the end of the game.

The coldest playoff game in Jaguars history was the team’s 45-42 win on the road against the Pittsburgh Steelers in January 2018 with the temperature at kickoff recorded at 18 degrees. Jacksonville also beat the Steelers in a snowy playoff game in January 2008.

Story originally appeared on Jaguars Wire