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NFL Wild Card Weekend: Seahawks and Vikings to square off in brutal cold

By Kevin Byrne, AccuWeather.com Staff Writer
January 8, 2016; 12:10 PM ET

Seventeen weeks of regular season play have concluded in the NFL, leaving only 12 remaining contenders for the right to grasp the Lombardi Trophy at the conclusion of the Super Bowl at Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara, California, on Feb. 7.

For the opening round of the NFL playoffs, disruptive weather will avoid three of the four games that are scheduled outdoors. However, extreme cold is forecast for the game between the Seattle Seahawks and Minnesota Vikings in Minneapolis.

Weather will have no adverse effect on the first matchup of Wild Card Weekend between the Kansas City Chiefs (11-5) and Houston Texans (9-7) at 4:35 p.m. EST Saturday, as the game will be played in the sheltered confines of Houston's NRG Stadium, a facility that has a retractable roof. Fans planning to tailgate or travel to the game should not face any inclement weather with more sun than clouds and a high temperature near 60 F.

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