If the Super Bowl does get postponed for inclement weather, how much notice will folks get? This is one of the many questions bouncing around online today. The MetLife Stadium in New Jersey, the home of the Super Bowl 2014 is more than ready to help keep people warm during the Super Bowl as they have lots of perks for the folks attending, according to Boston Super Blog on Jan. 24.
There’s no doubt about the Super Bowl environment being cold, that isn’t an “if” that is a definite. It is the frigid cold and snow that would possibly change the Super Bowl date. The forecasters are keeping a close eye on the weather. If you are a gambler, placing a bet that the Super Bowl will remain on Sunday is almost a sure-thing!
According to Accuweather.com on Jan. 26, the forecast for Sunday, Feb. 2 at the New Jersey stadium is a high of 36 degrees with a chance of snow or rain. The Weather Channel has changed their forecast for Sunday, Feb. 2, from what they posted yesterday. They are predicting a high of 39 degrees with a 60% chance of showers in Rutherford, New Jersey, where the MetLife Stadium sits.
As the Super Bowl gets closer, the weather forecast will become more accurate, but so far it looks as if the Super Bowl will not get any competition from Mother Nature.
When the Super Bowl fans get into the MetLife Stadium, they will find a cold weather kit provided for them on their seats. This kit includes a seat cushion, ear muffs, hand warmers, a winter knit hat, tissues, a cup holder and lip balm. They are even providing gloves that are easy to use for texting. They seem to have thought of everything!
Super Bowl ticket prices way down from last week and tons of hotel accommodations still available. If you were thinking of going to the Super Bowl, now is the time to strike!
As far as the Super Bowl getting canceled and rescheduled for another day, this doesn’t seem probable with only a “chance of showers” and near 40 degree weather predicted.