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Playoff: Bitterly Cold Slate of Weekend Matchups

UPDATED January 5, 2014

By WeatherBug Meteorologist, Chad Merrill

The coldest game of the playoffs will be today`s San Francisco game in Green Bay, Wisc. Kickoff temperatures in the single digits will drop to near zero by the time the game ends.

Here is a look at the weather for today`s slate of playoff action:

San Diego at Cincinnati; 1:05 p.m. ET

A wintry mess is on tap for this game. Rain will mix with a little snow during the afternoon, with minor accumulations possible. Temperatures will be in the 30s to low 40s by the game's end.

San Francisco at Green Bay; 4:40 p.m. ET

One of the coldest game's in NFL history will likely unfold in Green Bay. The 49ers visiting the "frozen tundra" of Green Bay will be greeted by temperatures in the single digits, falling to below zero with wind chills approaching minus-25 degrees. Weather this cold is dangerous, so fans will want to dress in many layers and take frequent breaks to an inside location at the stadium to keep warm.

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