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Super Bowl weather to favour Denver Broncos?

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In a sudden twist, the weather forecast for Sunday's Super Bowl between the Seattle Seahawks and the Denver Broncos in East Rutherford is currently showing up clear - with no rain or snow.

Although it's still likely to be bitterly cold, it won't be anywhere close to the -12, -13 and -10 degrees that temperatures could plummet down to between Tuesday and Thursday.

Instead, temperates are expected to range between one and four degrees celsius, which could benefit Denver Broncos' quarterback Peyton Manning in particular.

The wind-speed is looking likely to be around the 5 mph-mark, although this could change between now and Sunday, while there's only a minimal chance of precipitation.

If the weather forecast is accurate, conditions will be almost perfect for the biggest fixture of the NFL calendar.

But which team will triumph? Will the Seattle Seahawks or the Denver Broncos be crowned 2014 Super Bowl champions?

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