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Notebook: Packers say the colder the better for Sunday

8:12 PM, Jan. 2, 2014

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Each day since the Green Bay Packers defeated the Chicago Bears on Sunday to get into the playoffs as the No. 4-seeded team in the NFC, the weather forecast for their home wild-card playoff game has gotten worse.

Immediately after the Packers' win, the forecast for this Sunday predicted a high in the upper teens and a low a little below zero. Those numbers have dropped each day, and Thursday the forecast was for a high of zero degrees and a low of minus-16.

"Is that worse or better?" quarterbacks coach Ben McAdoo said while reveling in the declining forecast. "I'm comfortable with the conditions. ...

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