Super Bowl XLVIII is less than two weeks away, and it this week is any indication, there may be some weather issues.
A huge snow storm rocked New York earlier this week, dropping over a foot of snow, making transportation very difficult, if not impossible.
Since then, photos of New Jersey’s MetLife Stadium (the home of this year’s Super Bowl) began circulating Wednesday (Jan. 21) of it buried in snow. According to reports, crews have been brought in to dig out the stadium, as the league gears up for the big game.
Despite this week’s blizzard, the forecast (nearly a week and a half out) shows improved weather conditions of a high of 40 degrees and a low of 25 with possible snow showers.
If you’re going to NYC for the Super Bowl, just be prepared.
Photo credit: Jacob Ullman (@jacobu)