Kansas City Chiefs are set to play against the Jacksonville Jaguars for an AFC Divisional Round playoff game Saturday. The weather in Kansas City is bound to be a matter of concern for all as both snow and rain will likely impact this game. There is some uncertainty on which type of precipitation will be the most prominent at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City on Saturday.

There is a 70% chance of rain on Saturday afternoon that falls down to a 60% chance of rain and snow in the evening, according to the National Weather Service.

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However, with a 4:30 pm ET start, Chiefs versus Chiefs may miss the snow altogether. Rain is expected throughout the day, which will certainly impact the on-field play.

The temperature in Kansas City will be 38 during the day, with the low dropping to 30 degrees in the evening.

A modest amount of wind is expected between 5 to 10 mph.

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When these squads last met the combined point total was 44, as Mahomes threw for four touchdowns while Lawrence had two himself. Travis Etienne Jr has just 45 yards on the field back in Week 10, but he could struggle even more against Kansas City’s seventh-ranked run defense now that the weather could prove to be a hurdle.