At sunny Super Bowls past in cities like New Orleans and San Diego, CA, fans and players enjoyed warm, postcard-pretty days that looked absolutely nothing like the frigid game day approaching this weekend. New Jersey's outdoor MetLife Stadium is hosting this year's championship on Sunday between the Denver Broncos and the Seattle Seahawks, and insanely cold weather in the area sparked almost as much buzz as the teams these past few weeks. Following the polar vortex and warnings of chilly temperatures, alternative plans were set in place, and there was even talk of the Super Bowl taking place on Monday. So far, Sunday's forecast shows a high of 51ºF during the day and a low of 29ºF that night. As fans and ticketholders prepare for this year's weather conditions, take a trip down sunny memory lane with a look at what the Super Bowl is like in places that aren't the Northeast.
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