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Texans Vs. Ravens, 2012 NFL Playoffs: Weather Forecast Predicts Cold, Clear Day

The Baltimore Ravens will host the Houston Texans in the third of four NFL Divisional Round Playoff games today at 1 p.m. ET at the open-air M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore, Maryland.

The Weather Channel is predicting a clear, sunny day, but it will certainly be a cold one for the visiting Texans. The forecast for the 1 p.m. ET kickoff is 34 degrees and sunny with no cloud cover and only a 10 percent chance of precipitation. There's a mild amount of wind forecasted (12 mph by NNW), creating a wind chill "feels like" temp of 26 degrees.

The Texans, a dome team, will travel outside for the seventh time this season, and are 5-1 in outdoor facilities this season. That only loss? To the Ravens in Baltimore, in October. The coldest game the Texans have played this year was a comeback win at Cincinnati on December 11 (game time temperature was 29 degrees, with 1 mph winds).

For more on the Houston Texans, go to Battle Red Blog. For Baltimore Ravens info, visit Baltimore Beatdown. For everything on the NFL Playoffs, visit SB Nation's NFL page.

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