Super Bowl Snow Contingency Plan Includes Starting Game Early, Later & More

Super Bowl Contingency Plan

If you’re like everyone else who’s looking at the NFL’s decision to hold its signature February event in the North East with a side eye, I’m sure you have many “what if” questions.

Don’t fret, Daniel Kaplan of the Sports Business Journal has reported the NFL has a contingency plan in place that includes a snow meter that melts 600,000 tons of snow per hour, 60,000 tons of salt, and in the worst case scenario holding the game a day earlier or postponing it a day or more.



How about this, just have the game in a dome or warmer weather next time.