Traveling to the Super Bowl? Daily Weather Between Philly and Minneapolis

Traveling to the Super Bowl? Check out Tammie Souza's daily forecast of the weather between Philadelphia and Minneapolis.

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U.S. Bank Stadium, site of Super Bowl LII.
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Eagles fans if you are traveling to Minneapolis for the big game on Sunday be prepared for an Arctic blast outside U.S. Bank Stadium. You will be experiencing the coldest weather on record for a Super Bowl host city. Periods of rain, sleet and snow are expected along your route from Philadelphia to Minneapolis where temperatures will hover in the teens and single digits each day…dipping below zero almost every night. Wind chills will be as low as -26 degrees at times. Let’s just root for a smoking hot win inside the stadium on Sunday. #WeWantIt #FlyEaglesFly These maps are updated daily. Go Eagles!
Thursday February 1st Expect a large storm system to cross the Ohio Valley with rain and snow throughout the day reaching Philadelphia in the evening.
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Friday February 2nd Snow showers are possible over western Pennsylvania.
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Saturday February 3rd (Super Bowl Eve) A large storm system from the west coast will cross Minneapolis during the day with periods of snow. There will also be snow across northern parts of Illinois and Indiana.
February 4th Super Bowl Sunday In the wake of a large storm system skies will clear and temperatures will plummet. Highs will be in the single digits with temperatures at kick-off near 2 degrees and below zero at the final play. Wind chills will be -5 to -15 degrees.
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