NEW YORK (AP) - It looks like they'll have cold but dry conditions for Sunday's Super Bowl 48 at MetLife Stadium.
According to the National Weather Service, Sunday's high temperature at kickoff is expected to be 30s -- which would threaten make it the coldest of the 48 Super Bowls. The coldest kickoff temperature outdoors for a Super Bowl was 39 in New Orleans in 1972. With the opening kickoff scheduled for about 6:30 p.m., the mercury could drop into the 20s by the time the game ends. There is little chance of snow or rain.
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