Leading up to the first cold weather Super Bowl in league history, there have been plenty of questions and concerns about whether or not snow will come pouring down on Sunday night when the Seattle Seahawks and Denver Broncos take the field at MetLife Stadium in Super Bowl XLVIII.
When we were ten days out from Super Bowl Sunday, it looked like there was a strong chance of snow during the big game. However, as we got closer and closer to Feb. 2 it was looking like the weather would be more favorable.
As of this morning, all signs point towards clear weather for the Sunday night match up.
According to weather.com, the high for Sunday is 49 degrees while the low is 32. Winds do not appear to be a factor with gusts between six and eight miles per hour, but the precipitation could make things interesting as the night goes on.
While there is a small chance of rain or snow early in the day, there is a 50 percent chance of precipitation at night.
Will it rain or snow when the Seahawks and Broncos are on the field? We will find out in a matter of hours.