The weather forecast for the first Super Bowl in an outdoor stadium in a cold-weather city is nothing out of the ordinary.
National Weather Service meteorologist Anthony Gigi says the forecast for Sunday's NFL title game at MetLife Stadium calls for temperatures to reach a high of 39 with a low of 27, which is average for the area.
There is little threat of precipitation.
Gigi did say that a system is expected to pass through the region on Saturday night with the potential for a mixture of snow and rain.
And the mayors of the respective Super Bowl cities have placed the traditional bets.
The mayors of Seattle and Denver have a friendly wager with some good eats on the line. Seattle Mayor Ed Murray is putting up salmon and Dungeness crab.
Should the Seahawks win, Denver Mayor Michael B. Hancock will send green chile, Denver's favorite fiery stew to Seattle.
The Denver Broncos and Seahawks meet in the Super Bowl this coming Sunday.