New Jersey Prepares For Snowy Super Bowl
It looks like New Jersey officials are preparing for a white Super Bowl for the first time in its 48 year history.
According to the press conference, New Jersey Department of Transportation Deputy Commissioner Joseph Mrozek mentioned that there are trucks filled with 60,000 tons of salt to allow drivers to get into the stadium for the big game.
They also made sure they have enough machines and materials to melt any snow that may accumulate before the game, and during.
“It is our objective to kick off the ball at 6:30 p.m. on Feb. 2. And we’re going to expend every effort … to make sure that that gets done.”
The Farmers Almanac predicted a very cold and snowy Super Bowl back in August, and now it seems like we are preparing for an interesting game.
Super Bowl will be held February 2 at Met Life Stadium.