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Super Bowl: Will weather hold up for final?

2 February 2014 Last updated at 18:39 GMT

America's biggest sporting event of the year gets under way on Sunday with the Super Bowl coming to the New York metropolitan area for the first time.

The Denver Broncos will take on the Seattle Seahawks.

The game is usually played in warm temperatures which has led to concerns that the weather could cause problems inside the stadium which is open to the elements.

The ABC correspondent Tahman Bradley, outside the Giants Stadium in New Jersey, told BBC News that the temperature was expected to be 4C (40F) at kick off.

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