The New York Giants are used to playing in terrible weather conditions when they travel to Wisconsin to play the Green Bay Packers (remember 2008?), and luckily for the G-Men and their traveling fans the weather forecast isn't looking too bad for Sunday's 2012 NFL playoff contest at Lambeau Field (4:30 p.m. ET on FOX).
Currently, the temperature in Green Bay is around 20 degree and should get up to a high of around 30 and a low of 25 Sunday.
Here's the Giants Vs. Packers weather forecast from WBAY's (Green Bay, WI) Meteorologist Rebecca Shuld:
Morning clouds should give way to some sunshine this afternoon along with breezy SW winds. Highs will be in the upper 20s but at times feel more like the teens with the wind. A scattered light wintry mix will develop tonight into early Monday which may make for a few slick spots on the roads. A more active weather pattern is setting up for the week with several chances for snow.
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