Weather reports are calling for low chances of precipitation and temperatures in the 40s for the day of Super Bowl XLVIII. Of course, things can change over the next few days, but the report is welcome news to an insurance industry that has been worrying about the cancellation of the game due to severe weather since it was announced it would be held in the state of New Jersey.

The NFL has stated that in the event of severe winter weather, it would consider playing the game on a different day, and/or moving it to a different stadium in another city. A last-minute change like that would have big impact on the insurance industry through event cancellation and business interruption policies that have been taken out for this game.

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