Super Bowl Forecast Fatigue? Only 10 Percent Chance of Precipitation, It's a Non-Story


Super Bowl weather forecasts were fun for eight seconds last week when the 10-day-out predictions were projecting snow or freezing temperatures, but now that we’re six days away from the game, weather is becoming a non-story. Maybe everyone latched onto the weather because they desperately wanted to get away from Richard Sherman?

It’s looking like 38 degrees and cloudy with a 20% chance of precipitation during the day Sunday; 24 degrees with a 10 percent chance of precipitation at night during the game.

Here’s an estimate of 25 percent precipitation at night.

Yup, Jane McManus, forecast fatigue is setting in.

Your next Super Bowl story angle? The price of tickets is dropping. Apparently, people don’t want to pay $1,000 or more to sit in the cold for 5-6 hours for a football game.

Who knew?

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