Super Bowl forecast: 36 degrees

Weather is cold, but only light snow predicted Aaron Wilson

Print This January 28, 2014, 07:06 AM EST

The first outdoor Super Bowl in cold weather isn't expected to include wintry weather beyond the temperatures.

A high of 36 degrees is predicted with possible snow showers.

No blizzard is anticipated at this time.

"I think in order to be a championship football team we've got to be weatherproof," Broncos coach Joh Fox said, "and I think our football team played in all different elements this year. I feel comfortable with where we're at as far as the elements, but it's a part of the game. I think traditionwise, it's been a part of the league and a part of a lot of championships."

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