The winner will punch a ticket to Super Bowl LIV: It's the Green Bay Packers versus the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday night.

The home to this year's battle for the Lombardi Trophy, Miami Gardens, promises to have nice weather for the 2019 title game. But what does the forecast say about Santa Clara, where the Niners will be hosting the Pack at Levi's Stadium? What about the NFC title game? 

We're not weathermen here at CBS Sports, but we know how to read the radar! So you came to the right place. Here's everything you need to know about the updated projections for Sunday night's skies:

NFC Championship forecast

Service: The Weather Channel
Projected weather: Cloudy
Projected game-time temperatures: 53 degrees (high), 50 degrees (low)
Game-time projection: Considerable cloudiness
Chance of rain: 0-percent
Winds: NW 5 mph to begin the game, SE 2 mph by the end

In other words, don't expect the weather to inhibit or heavily influence the game on Sunday night. Aside from heavy humidity, there's nothing to worry about here. Both teams might not be playing under sunny skies, but they might as well be doing so. Nothing should be off-limits in terms of game-planning, and since both sides tend to lean on the ground game anyway, the clear forecast shouldn't benefit one team over the other.

For a look at the weather in the AFC Championship between the Titans and Chiefs, click here