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A snowy Super Bowl Sunday?

Modern meteorology may disagree, but the Farmers' Almanac is making a bold prediction eight months in advance. The publication believes that a major snowstorm will hit the Northeast right around the time the Super Bowl is being held at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J. The stadium has no roof, so we could see a Super Bowl in which players from both sides are skidding in slush and fans are forced to don heavy layers to keep from freezing. Whether that would be a good thing remains to be seen.

How would a snowy Super Bowl affect your enjoyment of the game?

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  • Should the Super Bowl always be held in warm-weather or domed stadiums?

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  • How much of an advantage would a team from a cold-weather city have over a team from a warm-weather city in a Super Bowl played in the snow?

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      52%
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  • In general, which do you prefer in the NFL?

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  • Would you consider the Farmers' Almanac to be a reliable source?

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      45%
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