So, how are we doing?
Okay, not too bad. It looks like the nighttime low has gone the wrong direction by two degrees, but the chance of precipitation has risen to 50% for both day and night. And wintry mix is good, because that could mean sleet and stuff. I'll keep trying to get the temp down a few degrees and those of you concentrating on more precipitation, keep up the good work!
Update: Oh, and I meant to add that one shouldn't be fazed by the threats to move the game to Friday or Monday. I can see how a lot of the people who are planning on attending the game might be able to adjust their schedules, but it would probably cause a fair number of people some trouble.
And what about all of the Super Bowl parties that are planned for Sunday? How many of those would have to be cancelled after a lot of effort? It's not just residential either. Lots of people rent party rooms or reserve space at bars and restaurants. The NFL is going to mess with Super Sunday that way? Something like that will stoke some anger out there, particularly if people are dealing with non-refundable costs. You can bet somebody will sue.
Finally, there's the ad revenue, which is what the owners and the players care about the most. What kind of viewer dropoff will there be if the game shifts? I think it would be substantial. A fair percentage of viewers watch the game because it is also social event. Disrupt the social part of that and you lose a significant number of those viewers.
The NFL will do what it will do, of course, but it will have to be really ugly for them to move the game. Don't be deterred.