The network said it named the home of the Buffalo Bills as the worst weather city of any NFL town by creating a "worst weather total score" from an analysis of the number of days with weather hotter than 90 degrees, the number of days with 0.01 inches or more of rain, the number of days with accumulating snow, the number of days with a temperature of 32 degrees or less and a "wind score" based on wind measurements in the city.
No. 2 on the list was Cleveland, followed by Pittsburgh; Green Bay, Wis.; and Kansas City, Mo.
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