By Eric Schmidt

The fifth Sunday of the NFL regular season gets under way in a few hours. While a change in the current weather pattern is in store for the coming week with a possible taste of winter in parts of the nation as the week progresses, the weather does not look to be a factor in any NFL game being played this afternoon.  Very moderate temperatures will dominate most of the nation this afternoon. A quick check of the weather map shows the majority of the country is dominated by high pressure. A weak cool front is working it’s way down the Florida peninsula but shouldn’t bring rain to the Buccaneers-Jaguars game today. There is another low pressure centered off the South Carolina coast bringing unneeded rain to the regions, however the Carolina Panthers are on a bye week. Three games are played in a dome this week.

NFL Weather Week Five-

Kansas City- 77 degrees and sunny

Cincinnati 72 degrees and partially overcast

Tampa Bay 82 degrees and fair skies

Philadelphia 68 degrees and partly cloudy

Baltimore 68 degrees and sunny

Tennessee 72 degrees and sunny

Oakland 77 degrees and sunny

New York Giants 60 degrees and clear skies





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