KANSAS CITY, MO – Cincinnati Bengals fans get ready to watch Sunday’s AFC Championship game played at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, Missouri.
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Brandon Lewis of News Center 7 made the 600-mile drive from Dayton to cover the Bengals for us and travel with photographer, Jared Hall.
Lewis says he’s never been to Kansas City.
They left a little earlier than expected on Tuesday because the winter weather was affecting several states and they wanted to get there safely.
They passed through Indianapolis on Interstate 70 and arrived in Kansas City around seven on Tuesday night before the city received any snow.
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Lewis said the city had about an inch or two of snow Tuesday night through early Wednesday morning.
Temperatures will be in the 50s Friday in Kansas City and the 40s in Kansas City.
As for game day Sunday night in Kansas City, Lewis says it will be chilly as temperatures feel like the teens and low into the single digits.
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Cincinnati will play the Kansas City Chiefs in the AFC championship game for the second straight year Sunday night for a trip to the Super Bowl at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, Missouri.
News Center 7 will have coverage of the Bengals and Chiefs before kickoff.
This includes the Orange Zone Sunday morning, January 29, at 11:30 with John Bedell and Larry Hansgen.
Brandon Lewis of News Center 7 will provide live coverage from Kansas City.
Kickoff between the Bengals and Chiefs will be at 6:30 p.m
The winner advances to the Super Bowl to play San Francisco or Philadelphia February 12 in Glendale, Arizona in Super Bowl XLVII.