Miami Dolphins will encounter cold, wind and snow at Buffalo Bills | will it snow in florida

MIAMI GARDENS — Patrick Hammer knows what Tua Tagovailoa is in for.

Hammer is the chief meteorologist at WGRZ-TV in Buffalo.

And, like Tua, he’s lived in Hawaii.

“During the game, snow is expected to develop and it could be heavy at times,” Hammer told the Palm Beach Post this week. “Temperatures will be in the 20s, which quite frankly is not terribly cold, but it will feel arctic compared to South Florida. Also, with the wind, windchill values will be in the teens.”

It’s an incredible challenge for the Dolphins to upset the Bills, ranked 4th in the NFL in offensive scoring, 2nd in defensive scoring and 1st in last-place-you’d-want-to-be-in-December.

But on Saturday night (8:15, NFL Network), Miami will give it their best shot. With, yes, a Hawaiian-born quarterback with an 0-3 record in terrible-weather games. The weatherman with Hawaiian ties has some advice.

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