In the wake of two cold fronts, the start to the new week will bring chilly weather.
Much of the Midwest will be having their second day of below-average temperatures, but cities in the East, from Buffalo and New York City to Atlanta, will be experiencing a drastic change for Sunday.
High temperatures in the East will change by as much as 20 degrees in some places.
The high of 70 degrees in Atlanta on Saturday will be almost 10 degrees above the afternoon temperature on Sunday.
Washington, D.C., had a high of 73 degrees on Saturday afternoon, but for the 1:00 p.m. EST Redskins game on Sunday, temperatures will settle around 50.
Home games in New England will be just as chilly. The Buffalo Bills will host Kansas City at 1:00 p.m. EST with temperatures dropping 10 degrees from Saturday's high. A breeze coming off Lake Erie will make it feel even colder, with the AccuWeather RealFeel® in the 20s.
The later games in Cleveland and Foxborough will also be cold with temperatures in the mid- to upper 40s at kickoff, then falling throughout the game.
Temperatures will be on the rise across the Northeast on Monday, but still be below average. However, the gusty winds will be subsiding.
By Tuesday and Wednesday, temperatures will be back near average for the beginning of November.
Mainly dry weather continues through the early part of the week. The next storm system will move into the Ohio Valley late on Wednesday and into the East on Thursday.