Packers, Lions will most likely play in the snow

Though it’s highly unlikely to be a snow bowl or a snow globe game, the likelihood that the Green Bay Packers vs. Detroit Lion will play Sunday night’s game in some sort of precipitation.

Right now, Green Bay looks to be in the swath of area that the winter storm covering the Upper Midwest this weekend … with the amount of snow ranging around 3-6 inches. How much of that will fall during the day and how much will still be falling by game time at 7:20 Sunday night remains to be seen.

Clearly, the weather conditions will play some part in how Sunday’s game will be played, with the likelihood that the running game may become a huge factor. Neither team has ripped up the league with their run games, so how it will all play out it about as predictable as the weather.

Here’s a look at what the weathermen were saying Saturday night …

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