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Super Bowl 2014 Weather: MetLife Stadium digs out from storm

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Could the storm that hit the New York/New Jersey area be a precursor of things to come for Super Bowl XLVIII?

A general view as stadium workers clean snow from the field and stands at MetLife Stadium on Wednesday
A general view as stadium workers clean snow from the field and stands at MetLife Stadium on Wednesday
[Joe Camporeale-USA TODAY Sports]

No Super Bowl has ever looked like this. In the wake of the massive storm that hit the New York/New Jersey area on Tuesday this is what things look at MetLife Stadium on Wednesday.

The Feb. 2 game at MetLife Stadium between the Denver Broncos and Seattle Seahawks will, of course, be the first Super Bowl played outdoors in a cold-weather climate.

The long-range forecast for Super Bowl Sunday looks OK, so perhaps the NFL will avoid the disaster of a major winter storm disrupting the game.

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(via AccuWeather)