With an outdoor Super Bowl in cold weather looming, folks are anxiously looking forward to Feb. 2 to see how the forecast will look whenever the Denver Broncos and Seattle Seahawks take the field looking to stake their claim to the Lombardi Trophy.
The current forecast shows that snow showers are possible, with a 30 percent likelihood of precipitation, and the temperatures will be in the low 30s.
Here is a look at the current weather report for Super Bowl Sunday as of Jan. 21:
The good news is that it currently appears that wind and precipitation will not be a factor, so we will not have to worry about any of the story lines that will focus on the weather and take away from the game.
Of course, with nearly two weeks until the game, there is a real chance that the forecast could change and the Lombardi Trophy could be hoisted in the middle of snow showers.