Kansas City Chiefs fans walk through the parking lot prior to the AFC Divisional Round playoff game between the Kansas City Chiefs and the Indianapolis Colts at Arrowhead Stadium on January 12, 2019 in Kansas City, Missouri. Jason Hanna/Getty Images

While Sunday’s NFC Championship Game will be played underneath a dome in New Orleans, the AFC’s counterpart could happen in very different conditions. According to some weather forecasts, the Kansas City Chiefs may take on the New England Patriots in the midst of an “arctic blast” passing over Missouri.

The Associated Press reported on Monday that the arctic blast could place the kickoff temperature anywhere between 10 degrees and below zero. The National Weather Service said the wind chill on Sunday could be as low as 15 degrees below zero.

The two coldest games in the history of Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City were both 1 degree at kickoff. One was a 1983 game against the Denver Broncos, while the other was a 2016 game against the Tennessee Titans.

There is a possibility that the game will not be quite that cold. upgraded the Sunday forecast in Kansas City to a high of 19 and a low of 15 degrees. There is only a 10 percent chance of precipitation and the wind is not forecasted to be strong.

The Chiefs beat the Indianapolis Colts in last weekend’s divisional playoff game in similar wintry conditions. Snow fell on Kansas City for much of the day prior to the game, blanketing the field during the first half. The field looked to be in good condition after halftime.