Weather has played a significant role in several NFL games this season, including the Bills’ December loss to the Patriots, who relied on high winds to upset their AFC East rivals. It could also affect the divisional round of the playoffs. Green Bay, for example, is expected to experience potentially sub-zero temperatures, as well as snowfall on game day, ahead of the Packers’ scheduled showdown with the 49ers.

As we turn to the full list of Divisional Round action, here’s the updated weather forecast for every game, with information courtesy of The weather channel:

Time: Saturday, 4:30 p.m. ET (CBS, Paramount+)
Site: Nissan Stadium (Nashville, Tennessee)
Game time forecast: Mostly sunny with a few clouds in the afternoon
Temperature during the game: 49 degrees (up), 28 degrees (down)
Winds during the game: 10-15mph

Nothing too wild is expected in Tennessee, where the Bengals and Titans should take advantage of mild weather to have a chance of qualifying for the AFC Championship. If the winds pick up a bit, you could argue that the home team will benefit, as Mike Vrabel’s team often make a living on the pitch. But no rain or snow should allow Joe Burrow to continue airing it.

49ers at Packers

Time: Saturday, 8:15 p.m. ET (Fox, fuboTV)
Site: Lambeau Field (Green Bay, Wisconsin)
Game time forecast: Partly cloudy with a few flurries
Temperature during the game: 13 degrees (up), 4 degrees (down)
Winds during the game: 5-10 mph

This one is easily the game to watch in terms of bad weather. Like the Lambeau Playoffs, the Packers can enter the field with snow that has already covered the area. Daytime temperatures in the 20s are expected to be in the teens at kickoff and continue to drop as the night progresses. The winds could give players the feeling of being in sub-zero temperatures. That may benefit the 49ers, who are particularly reliant on a ball control and run-first strategy, but Matt LaFleur’s team has its own ground game weapons. Aaron Rodgers and Co. are also quite used to playing cold football in games that matter.

Time: Sunday, 3 p.m. ET (NBC, fuboTV)
Site: Raymond James Stadium (Tampa, Florida)
Game time forecast: Partly cloudy
Temperature during the game: 60 degrees (up), 36 degrees (down)
Winds during the game: 10-15mph

Bucs fans will enjoy the best weather of the four Divisional Round matchups, unsurprisingly. Generally clear skies and temperatures above 50 in the evening should allow Tom Brady and Matthew Stafford to play their games without any limitations.

Time: Sunday, 6:30 p.m. ET (CBS, Paramount+)
Site: Arrowhead Stadium (Kansas City, Missouri)
Game time forecast: Clear skies, then partly cloudy
Temperature during the game: 44 degrees (up), 33 degrees (down)
Winds during the game: 10-15mph

Things could be much worse in Kansas City for a late January game. Freezing temperatures will be on hand later tonight, but with mild winds and generally clear skies, there shouldn’t be many restrictions on two of the NFL’s most explosive offenses.