Super Bowl 2014 weather forecasts have freezing weather heading toward the stadium for the weekend. The good news for 2014 Super Bowl attendees is the expectation that the sky will be cloudy but devoid of precipitation. According to a report from Friday (Jan. 31), the high during the day will be a comfortable 49 degrees, making for a pleasant experience at the stadium. Once the sun goes down, though, the cold weather could become a factor on the game.
The prediction is that it will be a high of 29 degrees on Sunday night (Feb. 2), meaning it is going to be very cold for the players and fans. Winds of about 6 mph are expected, which shouldn't make it too much colder than the numbers are showing. It does mean that the entire game will be played in really cold weather, spurring on the debate about which team will do better with how cold it will be there. The game is expected to be dry, with one report showing a 20 percent chance of rain and another site predicting a zero percent chance of precipitation.
Some of the earlier 2014 Super Bowl weather forecasts suggested that snow could be a problem, but it doesn't look like attendees will have to deal with anything like that. The entire area should see a big melt-off before the big day, meaning those people driving to the game won't have to deal with it either. Many NFL fans will likely be pleased that the outcome of this game isn't going to be decided by a freak snow storm.
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