For the one shot of snow in the seats at Lambeau…come on, here's the real pic and what it looks like now. Not bad! pic.twitter.com/UvGPyOMX7h
— Bill Michaels (@Bill_Michaels) January 5, 2014
There has been a lot of speculation about whether Sunday’s Packers/49ers game in Green Bay will break the record for the coldest NFL game ever.
49ers – Packers game should be one of the coldest games in NFL history … some perspective– pic.twitter.com/cqnM0Z8wjU
— ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) January 5, 2014
This will be the coldest game in 49ers history as never played in anything below 10 degrees. Jim Harbaugh teams have not played in under 32.
— Ed Werder (@Edwerderespn) January 5, 2014
Whether it breaks it or not remains to be seen, but one thing is for sure: It will be cold.
— David Tarrell (@DavidTarrell) January 5, 2014
Just how cold exactly?
— delrayser (@delrayser) January 5, 2014
— Jimmy (@JimmyPrinceton) January 5, 2014
— Michelle Malkin (@michellemalkin) January 5, 2014
current conditions at Lambeau Field pic.twitter.com/QstaqMA03U
— Ben Mathis-Lilley (@BenMathisLilley) January 5, 2014
— Evan (@eGildenblatt) January 5, 2014
Whenever there are pictures circulating of a major weather event, inevitably some will get carried away.
Current conditions at Lambeau Field for Packers vs 49ers today pic.twitter.com/0mXASGv9Nf
— Sports Pics (@AmazingSprtsPic) January 5, 2014
— Football Nation (@Fballnation) January 5, 2014
— Melissa Brunner (@Melissa_Brunner) January 5, 2014
Except that picture is not from today.
— Jon Passantino (@passantino) January 5, 2014
— Jason McIntyre (@jasonrmcintyre) January 5, 2014
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