The early forecast for Super Bowl Sunday in Dallas is for the temperature to be around 49 degrees at kickoff, which is ten degrees cooler than normal.
It won’t really matter because the roof is going to be closed for the big game.
The decision was made well before the game according to NFL spokesman Brian McCarthy so the league could have a “singular focus” on the game. Plus the NFL knows no one really wants to pay big money to sit at a cold Super Bowl. Oh wait.