|2014 Super Bowl XLVIII Weather Prop Odds & Advanced Forecast|
|Written by Anthony Rome|
|Friday, 24 January 2014 17:36|
Super Bowl XLVIII Weather Prop Odds
EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ (The Spread) - The advanced forecast for the 2014 Super Bowl has been released and oddsmakers have provided weather prop odds for the big game.
According to weather.com, it would appear that the Broncos and Seahawks will have decent weather when the two teams meet for Super Bowl Sunday. The forecast for East Rutherford that day calls for a high temperature of 35 degrees, a low of 25, and just a 30-percent chance of snow. Winds are also expected to be manageable at eight miles per hour and it would appear as though there's no serious threat that the game needs to be moved due to storms.
Will it snow during the game? Well you can bet on or against it snowing at Bovada.lv. According to oddsmakers from the website, the odds that it will snow is 3/1, while the odds against it are 1/5. So if you believe that the 30-percent chance of snow will hit, you're getting great value at 3/1 odds.
What will be the exact temperature at kickoff of Super Bowl XLVIII? Oddsmakers from Bovada.lv have posted an over/under of 28 degrees Fahrenheit with the odds sitting at -120 on both the over and under. Thus, whether you think the temperature will be over or under 28 degrees, you'll be paid $100 for every $120 you wager.
Will the power go out in the stadium during the game? It unfortunately happened last year at the Superdome when the 49ers and Ravens played in New Orleans and if you feel that darkness will strike twice, you can win $25 for every $1 that you wager because the odds are 25/1 right now at Bovada.lv.
SUPER BOWL XLVIII SPECIALS - Will it snow during the game?
SUPER BOWL XLVIII SPECIALS - What will be the temperature at Kickoff?
Over 32 degrees Fahrenheit -120
Under 32 degrees Fahrenheit -120
SUPER BOWL XLVIII SPECIALS - What will be the lowest temperature during the game?
Over 28 degrees Fahrenheit -120
Under 28 degrees Fahrenheit -120
SUPER BOWL XLVIII SPECIALS - Will the power go out in the stadium during the game?