It's New Year's weekend and even though the calendar will say 2022 on Saturday, it doesn't mean that the Buffalo Bills are quite done with their 2021 regular season schedule.

The Bills have two games left and both of them will be at home in Orchard Park. The Atlanta Falcons this Sunday at 1 pm and the New York Jets next Sunday, also at 1 pm.

The Bills are coming off a huge win against the New England Patriots in Foxborough last weekend, 33-21. The win put the Bills back in first place in the AFC East and are currently fourth in the AFC standings at 9-6.

The Bills are most likely going to make the playoffs, and have excellent odds to win the division as well. However, against Atlanta this Sunday, they will once again have to combat the weather as well.

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The weather will be rainy for Saturday, but turning colder by Saturday night and snow showers will sweep across Western New York. After a lull, more snow showers arrive by late morning on Sunday, according to WGRZ and there could be at least 3 inches of snow on the ground by kickoff on Sunday, with more snow around.

The temperatures will be very cold too. Mid-20's with a bitter wind chill that will make game conditions less than ideal. If you're going to Highmark Stadium, definitely bring a jacket and dress in layers.

2021 has been one of the most miserable home game seasons in recent memory. The opener against Pittsburgh was overcast and dreary. The downpouring rain against Houston, along with rain against Indianapolis, and the 45 mph wind gusts against New England. Now, snow for bitter cold for Atlanta.

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