Rutgers Prof. David Robinson's website BigGameWeather.com has received a lot of interest from state officials making Super Bowl emergency preparedness plans.
Robinson is a climatologist: he studies weather patterns from over the past eight decades.
Robinson says that history tells us that there is a 1 in 10 chance that Super Bowl Sunday will see snow. But that, too, can change.
Whether it snows or not, New Jersey state plows will be on standby all week and for the day of the game to keep things running smoothly for the biggest game in America.
In case of a huge snow storm to hit on or before game day, the NFL has contingency plans that could move the Super Bowl to Saturday or Monday depending on weather patterns.