Super Bowl Weather, Forecast and Impact for SB 57 in Arizona
The Super Bowl returns to State Farm Stadium in Glendale, AZ this weekend. The stadium will host the big game for the third time since opening in 2006 after previously hosting Super Bowl XLII in 2008 and Super Bowl XLIX in 2015.
While Arizona is known for its hot, dry weather, temperatures typically cool down a bit to more comfortable levels in the winter. The stadium also has a retractable roof to protect players and fans from the elements, so the weather shouldn't be much of a factor in the upcoming showdown between the Kansas City Chiefs and Philadelphia Eagles.
Super Bowl 57 Weather
Now that we're only a few days away from the game, AccuWeather has a promising weather forecast for Super Bowl Sunday.
The weather forecast for Sunday, Feb. 12 is currently looking close to ideal with a projected high of 69 degrees. There is a bit of wind in the forecast with gusts expected up to 25 mph and a slight chance of precipitation at 14%, but neither is expected to be much of an issue.
Without weather interference, both offenses should be able to show their stuff. Patrick Mahomes' Chiefs led the NFL in both points and yards per game during the regular season, while Jalen Hurts' Eagles ranked third in both categories.
Not surprisingly, oddsmakers are calling for a shootout with a projected total of 50.5 points on FanDuel Sportsbook's Super Bowl odds.
Game odds refresh periodically and are subject to change.