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Sunday's Packers game will be among coldest ever at Lambeau Field

6:50 AM, Jan. 3, 2014
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Doctor gives advice for dealing with cold at Packe...: The official National Weather Service forecast is calling for game-time temperatures of 5 degrees for Sunday's matchup against the 49ers at Lambeau Field (Jan. 2, 2014).
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If you're that guy who insists on stripping down to your bare chest at Green Bay Packers games, you might want to wear an extra layer of grease paint on Sunday.

The Packers-49ers NFC wild-card playoff game won't be the coldest Packers game at Lambeau Field, but it'll join the ranks. The official National Weather Service forecast is calling for game-time high temperature of near 2 degrees, dropping to minus 18 later in the evening, said meteorologist Roy Eckburg.

At mid-game, "It'll probably be minus 3 or minus 4, that'd be my guess," Eckburg said. ...

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