The current 2014 Super Bowl weather forecast is calling for temperatures in the 30s with mostly cloudy skies. It appears we could avoid the snow although some forecasts are saying there's a chance for some precipitation during the day while it clears at night. George Toma will be busy.
Here's what SB Nation's weather expert says about the game:
Weak cold front works into the region Friday night into the weekend. This system is not expected to cause much problem. There could be a chance of rain and snow Saturday into Saturday night. At this time not seeing any concern for Super Bowl Sunday.
It's funny seeing all this hysteria around the weather when both of these teams played in arguably worse weather for their respective Championship games.
Now my question for you is whether you want it to snow during the game. When my team is not involved, I usually root for chaos, so I am rooting for some snow. Why not? It would make the game different and both these teams are used to playing in the elements. If you remember, Peyton Manning has already played in a bad weather Super Bowl when his Colts beat the Bears a few years ago in rainy conditions.
So, are you rooting for snow?