The weather in Ohio is always changing. Earlier this week, it was snow and freezing rain. Later in the week, there were predictions of 4-8 inches dropping throughout the day -- starting in the second half but most not until after the game.
Instead, as the weather system approaches, the Bengals and Chargers game figures to be more rain than anything.
#BENGALS weather doesn't look as bad! Take the poncho for over your coat, it won't rain whole time though @local12 pic.twitter.com/w1xQuOMLl1— Josh Knight (@JoshKnightWX) January 5, 2014
Per WCPO, up until noon, a rain/snow mix is possible. From noon until 9 p.m., it's mostly rain shows "heavy at times". From then and through the overnight is when everything turns to snow.
From Fox 19:
What looked like it could be a return of the San Diego NFL Playoff weather curse is going to be a wet, chilly afternoon at PBS. Light rain will continue into evening then change to snow showers overnight with only a little accumulation.
Either way, at worst, it'll be a soaker. Nothing more.