The weather was a topic of almost too-much conversation throughout Super Bowl week. I was never sure what the players were supposed to say to weather questions other than what they said — that they’ll happily play in whatever the elements are.
And now that kickoff is just a little over a day away, we have our clearest view yet of what the weather will be for the game, with the latest forecast from Weather.com saying it will hit a high of 50 tomorrow. Intriguingly, though, it also says there is a possibility of snow showers at night. And recall, with a 6:30 p.m. local kickoff time, and a long halftime, the game could last until 10:30 p.m. or so.
As some have pointed out, though, for all the talk of this being the first cold-weather Super Bowl, there remains a chance it won’t even be the coldest Super Bowl ever.