Get excited, there is going to be extreme weather during the Packers-49ers playoff game in Green Bay on Sunday afternoon.
The high on Sunday is going to be zero degrees, according to Weather.com. The game starts at 3:30 p.m. local time, so temperatures stand to dip even lower during the second half.
The low is -18.
Only six NFL games have ever been played in sub-zero temperatures. The coldest NFL game ever was the 1967 “Ice Bowl” in Green Bay. It was -13.
While the extreme weather is awesome for all of us watching from home, it’s a nightmare for players and fans.
The Packers are having trouble selling out Sunday’s game. As of yesterday, 7,500 tickets are still for sale on TicketMaster.
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