Super Bowl forecast update: Shower risk into afternoon, but favoring dry game

January 31

Super Bowl Sunday Outlook Update #8 — 2 Days to Go

All systems are “go” for a warmer than normal Super Bowl day in the NYC area. Enjoy!

Related: Coldest Super Bowl on record? And more big game stats.

Much of the precipitation risk has dwindled with the cold front passing through, but we can’t rule out some isolated to scattered rain showers focused on the midday into afternoon period. Just a 30-40% chance, though. Temperatures are forecast to reach a high in the upper 40s to around 50, and to only cool off by 10 degrees or so as the Super Bowl kicks off in the early evening. It could certainly be worse this time of year!

Denver Broncos vs. Seattle Seahawks

6:30 p.m., Sunday, February 2, MetLife Stadium (East Rutherford, NJ)

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Partly cloudy
KICKOFF
36-39
FINAL WHISTLE
33-35
CHANCE OF PRECIP
10%
Though a shower may linger in the area through the start of the game, we don’t anticipate that it will be heavy. Otherwise, some wind is probably the main weather issue: speeds may average around 10 mph or so during the game, with a risk for gusts to 15 mph.

(prior forecasts: Jan 30Jan 29, Jan 28, Jan 27, Jan 26, Jan 25, Jan 24, Jan 23)

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Don Lipman · January 31