Friday, February 2, 2018
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There's no snow in the game day forecast, but the predicted high is in the single digits -- that's Fahrenheit, not Celsius -- with a low below zero. Factor in the wind chill, and it likely will feel below zero the whole day. And it's expected to be 3 degrees at kickoff, which is at 5: Fans should get a reprieve from the cold, of course, if they have tickets to the game. The coldest Super Bowl to date was held near Detroit. The National Weather Service office in Minneapolis issued a special weather statement this week, warning of bitterly cold wind chills for those outside this weekend for Super Bowl festivities.
The wind chill in Minneapolis is expected to dip 10 to 25 below zero from Saturday night through game time Sunday night, with 1 to 2 inches of snow expected Saturday. Read on for the forecast for each day and night this weekend, along with an hourly rundown for Sunday.
Sunrise is at 7: The predicted temperatures for the day are a high of 13 degrees and low of 8 degrees, according to Weather. Snow is predicted for Saturday during the day, with a low temperature of negative 3 degrees and a high of 17 degrees, as reported by Weather. The sun will rise at 7: Cloudy skies are predicted for night. Accuweather predicts that around 5 p. Snow is not predicted for Sunday evening. The National Weather Service has issued a weather warning for this weekend because of the bitter cold temperatures.
The official statement reads:. Precautions and attire suggestions have been released by The National Weather Service as well. For those attending the Super Bowl or spending time outdoors in Minneapolis this week:.