Weather 2000 - Football Weather Page

Weather 2000, Inc. is a long range weather forecasting and consulting firm based in New York City. For customized, site-specific medium and long range forecasts and research, please visit our Products and Services page. For more past weather records, see our Historical Climate Data page.

Looking for daily average maximum and minimum temperatures for New York City? Access these and other weather records in the Original New York City Weather Calendar.




With Super Bowl XLVIII coming to the NJ Meadowlands Sports Complex on February 2, 2014, we have been asked what weather can be expected. This will be the first outdoor Super Bowl to be played at a cold-weather site without a dome.

NYC/NJ Climatology* for February 2

Average High: 44 °F
Average Low: 27 °F
Warmest high: 62 °F in 1973
Coldest low: -2 °F in 1961
  • Precipitation chance: 47%
  • Snow cover chance: 17%
  • Likely game-time temperatures: mid-30s °F

NJ Meadowlands Sports Complex



* - Historical weather data from Newark, New Jersey (records: 1936-present; averages: 1981-2010)

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Super Bowl Sunday

February 2nd, 2014


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Weather 2000 in the News

  • Newsday [January 2014] - Weather 2000 predicts Super Bowl temperatures dropping from 45 to 35 degrees, a lucky day of "warmth" during a Winter of severe cold.
  • Additional entries on the press page