Would snow be a good thing at the Super Bowl?

January 29, 2014

The Post Sports Live crew debates whether it’s good or bad that a cold-weather city is hosting the Super Bowl.

The Capital Weather Gang’s latest forecast seems to indicate that dry weather is likely. The best thought I’ve heard on it was that snow during the game would be scenic and fun, but snow leading up to it could cause a real mess.

The video:

The Post Sports Live crew debates whether it's good or bad that a cold-weather city is hosting the Super Bowl. (Post Sports Live/The Washington Post)

Mark Maske wrote over the weekend about the Super Bowl weather being watched.

Do you think New York’s success is important for a future Super Bowl in the Washington area? Could FedEx Field host, or would a Super Bowl have to be a piece in luring a new stadium to the district, or is it all unrealistic?

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