Usually the Super Bowl gets played in sunny locales with warm temperatures like San Diego or Miami. When the Super Bowl does go to a winter climate, the game is played indoors.
But not this season.
When Peyton Manning and the Broncos face off against the Seattle Seahawks, the game will take place outside of New York in the Meadowlands. With a winter storm working its way up the East Coast, MetLife Stadium looks anything but ready to host the Super Bowl.
Today at MetLife Stadium. Looks perfect for a Super Bowl! pic.twitter.com/W4vNVQiVys— Jacob Ullman (@jacobu) January 21, 2014
The Super Bowl won't be played for almost two weeks, but bad weather could still be in the forecast when Manning hits the field.