Super Bowl Sunday Outlook Update #7 — 3 Days to Go

All the worries about snow and cold in the months before the big game appear increasingly likely to be a big bust. In fact, it might even be “toasty” the day of.

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

A storm traversing near the U.S./Canada border will send a cold front toward MetLife Stadium during the day, but not before temperatures rise well above normal it now seems. The trend has been for less and less precipitation risk with this system, though we can’t rule out some rain showers (40% chance), particularly the first half of Sunday. Highs nearing or even surpassing the 50-degree mark are becoming a decent bet! The last time the temperature rose above 50 was the second week of January locally.

Denver Broncos vs. Seattle Seahawks

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

Decreasing clouds
Still looking like any showers are out before the game, but with a milder day, we might struggle to get too cold during the game. Doubt anyone will complain much! Winds may blow around 10 mph early but diminish as the game goes on.

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