NEW YORK (PIX11) – A weakening cold front will pass through Sunday giving the chance for a stray shower or two through the middle part of the day. Ahead of the frontal passage, we will have a southerly flow allowing temperatures to rise into the upper 40s. By the afternoon dryer air will arrive and skies will gradually clear out.
By kickoff Sunday night, it will be partly cloudy with temperatures in the lower 40s. By the time the Vince Lombardi trophy is being awarded, temperatures could be in the upper 30s.