What was the warmest Super Bowl ever?

What was the warmest Super Bowl ever?

What was the warmest Super Bowl ever?

The record for the hottest Super Bowl was set on Jan. 14, 1973 when the kickoff temperature was a sizzling 84° at Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. INGLEWOOD, Calif. — Bengals and Rams fans won’t need hoodies for the game at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, California.

What was the temperature during the Super Bowl?

— The temperature at kickoff for Super Bowl LVI came close to a record, but not quite. Update 6:24 p.m. EST Feb 13: The temperature at kickoff at SoFi Stadium was 82 degrees, falling short of the hottest Super Bowl ever, The Associated Press reported.

Which city has the coldest Super Bowl in history?

What’s the coldest Super Bowl? The coldest game took place at Tulane Stadium in New Orleans, Louisiana for Super Bowl VI back in 1972.

Has there ever been a snow Super Bowl?

Has it ever snowed during the Super Bowl? It has never snowed during a Super Bowl. The closest call came with the snow in New York the day after Super Bowl XLVIII.

Which city held the coldest Super Bowl in history?

When was the last Super Bowl in cold weather?

The 2014 Super Bowl XLVIII was the only one held in a “cold weather” city without a domed stadium.

Who was the QB for the Broncos in 2016?

Trevor Siemian
2016 Offense

Pos Player Starts
QB Trevor Siemian 14
QB Paxton Lynch 2
RB C.J. Anderson 7
RB Devontae Booker 6

Where was the hottest Super Bowl?

Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum
Where was the warmest Super Bowl? Weather-wise, the “hottest” game was played on January 14, 1973, at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum in Los Angeles—the second time the Super Bowl was played in that city. At kickoff, the temperature was 84°F (29°C), making the game the warmest Super Bowl.