(WNFL) - The Green Bay Packers will play in their coldest weather of the season on Sunday, when they host Atlanta. Dry weather is predicted, with highs in the mid-teens before the wind-chill is factored in. However, it's not supposed to be colder until at least Thursday night -- and it would only give the Packers one day to practice in the cold, if coach Mike McCarthy thinks it's worth it. In the past, McCarthy has often given up the chance to practice outside during the week, saying it's more important to work on technical things inside without being distracted by the cold. However, McCarthy has been known to take his team outdoors with a big cold-weather game on the horizon. Sunday's contest does not appear to be that way, with Green Bay one-and-a-half games out of the division race with four left. There are conflicting reports of whether quarterback Aaron Rodgers would return from a broken collarbone, and be ready to start against the Falcons. His absence has taken the wind of the Packers' sails, as they've gone 0-4-and-1 without him.