ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (WJZ) — Guess what, Ravens Fans: snow showers are now looking likely on and off throughout Saturday’s AFC Divisional Round game in Buffalo.

Windy conditions can also be expected.

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The high is 38 degrees, while the low is 32 overnight.

Many fans have been keeping a close eye on the forecast. If it does snow, Lamar Jackson says he’d be playing in it for the first time. That might give the hometown team an advantage over the Ravens.

“I never got to play in the snow, except my first time seeing snow in Louisville,” Jackson told reporters Tuesday. “But we had a snowball fight so that was totally different from playing in it.”

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“Hopefully it don’t [snow],” he added.

A strong breeze could also impact the game. Ravens kicker Justin Tucker recalls playing in some rough conditions in Buffalo in the past and says the team will be ready for whatever Mother Nature will bring.

WJZ’s Weather Team will be tracking the weather in Buffalo and will update the forecast should things change.

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