The Super Bowl teams have been determined so let the weather forecasts begin.
First out of the gate is Lonnie Quinn, the chief weathercaster for CBS in New York, who appeared with WFAN's Mike Francesa on Wednesday afternoon and gave his outlook on what could be coming to MetLife Stadium next weekend.
The early word: a possible nor'easter with snow and temperatures in the 20s.
In case you forgot what it looks like, here's some photos from Wednesday's storm and workers digging snow out of MetLife Stadium. And it could be a preview of things to come.
Twitter users relayed the message within minutes of hearing about the Emmy-winning Quinn's stormy prediction, and the reactions varied from:
Lonnie Quinn said looking like a snow storm for the Super Bowl hahaha yessss
— Will (@Did_it_MyWay) January 22, 2014
Lonnie Quinn just told Francesca that a nor'easter is headed towards NJ for Super Bowl Sunday. Welp. @WFAN660
— olliander (@ollieblog) January 22, 2014