We are just a few days away from Super Bowl XLVIII at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey, where the Seattle Seahawks will be taking on the Denver Broncos. One of the biggest story lines leading up to the big game has been whether or not the weather will hold up, and all signs point towards the elements not being a factor.
The latest weather report shows that temperatures could reach into the min-40s, with low winds around seven to eight miles per hour.
The best news? There is just a ten percent chance of precipitation.
If the weather holds up, then we will get to see a Super Bowl played exactly how it should.
No one wants to see a game tarnished by poor weather, so with the clear skies and low winds we will be able to see who the best team is on Super Bowl Sunday.