If MetLife is this snowy now, what will it look like come Feb. 2?
Grab your coats and bundle up, people. It’s a downright frigid in New York and New Jersey.
With the Super Bowl less than two weeks away, we’re starting to keep and eye on the weather conditions back East. After all, if we’re going to watch the big game being played in a blizzard, we might as well start getting used to it now.
So, what is the exact temperature right now?
As of 7:15 p.m. ET on Monday
New York City: 19 degrees (but it feels like 13), with snow rapidly accumulating.
Easter Rutherford, NJ, site of MetLife Stadium: 13 degrees (but it feels like 1 degree), with snow rapidly accumulating
Jacob Ullman, vice president of productions for FOX Sports, tweeted out this image earlier today from MetLife Stadium:
Today at MetLife Stadium. Looks perfect for a Super Bowl! pic.twitter.com/W4vNVQiVys
— Jacob Ullman (@jacobu) January 21, 2014
Then, New York Giants punter Steve Weatherford (appropriate name) tweeted this image out from the practice fields:
— Steve Weatherford (@Weatherford5) January 21, 2014
That looks welcoming, huh?
By the way, here’s a peek at Times Square: