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How Weather for Super Bowl LVIII Could Affect the Players and Fans

5 months ago

The Super Bowl stands as the biggest single-day sporting event in the United States, drawing around 100 million television viewers annually.

With such massive audiences and pop culture significance, the National Football League spare no expense in their production and staging of the "big game” finale between conference champions.

Yet for all the preparations and contingencies considered by organizers, one unpredictable factor beyond human control threatens to dampen the spectacle – Mother Nature.

Potential Snow and Freezing Cold Can Make for a Slippery, Dangerous Stadium

While frosty climates host Super Bowls far less frequently than warmer cities, some have inevitably contended with snow, heavy winds and bitter cold hampering the experience.



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