NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — This weekend we’ll find out who will play in Super Bowl XLVIII at MetLife Stadium on February 2.

But what we won’t find out, of course, is how cold it will be and whether or not it will snow on the day of the big game.

Bovada, however, has released odds regarding potential precipitation and temperature.

The “online gambling destination” has announced the following:

SUPER BOWL XLVIII – Will it snow during the game? 

Yes                  +150     (3/2)

No                    -200     (1/2)

As for the temperature?

SUPER BOWL XLVIII – What will be the temperature at kickoff?          

Over/Under                   32 degrees Fahrenheit

In August, the Farmers’ Almanac predicted what the weather would be like in early February in the Tri-State Area, and it was a bit disturbing — depending on who you talk to. The publication predicted that a winter storm would hit the region around the time of the Super Bowl.

“We’re using a very strong four-letter word to describe this winter, which is C-O-L-D,” managing editor Sandi Duncan said at the time, according to The Associated Press. “It’s going to be very cold.”

And it has, indeed, been very cold at times this winter. Bitterly cold, in fact. Yet at others times it’s been unseasonably comfortable.

So it’s anybody’s guess at this point in time. But we’ll know soon enough.

The 49ers will take on the Seahawks and the Patriots will meet the Broncos in the conference championship games on Sunday.

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