Typically when you think of a January playoff game in Green Bay’s Lambeau Field, you think frozen tundra and subzero wind chill indices and maybe a chance for some snow. Well, for those lucky enough to be headed to the Packers-Vikings game Saturday night in Wisconsin the forecast looks a little more favorable than it typically does as temperatures will be very bearable and snow chances will be held to a minimum. The only precipitation concern will be a slight chance for a spot of two of freezing drizzle late in the evening toward the end of the game, but the chance for just plain old snow flurries appears to be the better bet while temperatures won’t be tremendously far from the freezing level with mid 20s the likely range for the game.
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This post was written by tschmidt on January 4, 2013