With the recent announcement that New York would be allowed to host a Super Bowl (repealing the grand old tradition of warmer destinations, at least temporarily) in 2014, the NFL's focus has turned suddenly to weather.
Many other cities that never could have previously had Super Bowl hosting aspirations have immediately begun hoping that some day, they too might play host to the World's Championship Game.
It is time for an interesting stroll through history to see just how bad weather can actually be in the NFL with the teams still taking the field.
Some cities get the cold and snow, others get unbearable amounts of rain, but the greatest bad weather occurrence in the NFL ever?
That happened to be neither.
The NFL Network attempted a fairly similar look back, which should definitely be checked up on as a source of comparison.
While the game in the main picture for this article (Green Bay Packers vs. Seattle Seahawks, 2007 NFL Playoffs) barely missed the cut, I wanted to give it a little bit of a tribute.
Warning: this article might make you inclined to believe your father/grandfather actually used to walk 8 miles to school in the snow.