2014 Super Bowl Weather Forecast: Low chances of rain or snow
The latest 2014 Super Bowl weather forecast says snow won't be a factor for Sunday's game.
NEW YORK -- Somehow, some way the weather's managed to find its way onto the backburner this week. Maybe it's because, right now, the forecast is tracking perfectly for the NFL.
We've seen some snow flurries in the Big Apple this week and there's always a (good?) chance that things change between now and Sunday. But currently there's a really small percentage of us seeing precipitation on Sunday.
The Weather Channel's putting the odds at 20 percent of us getting snow or rain Sunday:
The high/low there is down from what we saw earlier in the week, so cold could be a factor for the Super Bowl.
But the winds involved according to the Weather Channel don't look bad on Sunday night.
Weather Underground is a little less optimistic about the wind, predicting 10-15 MPH winds for Sunday night.
However, they're going strong with the wind and snow factor, predicting a ZERO percent chance of preciptiation.
That's pretty bold if you think about it, because there's always some chance that we get rain or snow right?
Accuweather's confident as well -- they created a website WillItSnow.com and right now the answer is a firm "NO."
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