Coldest Super Bowl?

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The coldest Super Bowl was Super Bowl VI, which took place in Tulane Stadium in New Orleans, Louisiana. Temperatures during Super Bowl VI rose to a chilly 43 degrees Fahrenheit, instead of the projected and expected 62 degrees Fahrenheit that was typical of that time period. This game took place on January 16th of 1972. The game was played by the Dallas Cowboys and the Miami Dolphins with the Dallas Cowboys winning the game 24-3.
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