It's not looking like a Chamber of Commerce day in Hawaii.
With the Pro Bowl set to kick off from Aloha Stadium at 7 p.m. ET (NBC), the forecast calls for a 70 percent chance of showers and 11 mph winds.
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The National Weather Service issued a flood watch starting Sunday morning for Oahu. Honolulu is on Oahu's southeast coast.
However, the heaviest rain on Oahu isn't expected until late Sunday night.
NFL officials said if the players don't show more effort this year, the game may be canceled. Last year's 59-41 AFC win had a tackling-is-optional theme.
Texans running back Arian Foster called the game "an honor and a tradition," but said it's unrealistic for the league to expect 100 percent effort when players are limited in the plays they can run.
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