The forecast for the game at Green Bay tomorrow is 0 °F. That's about -18 °C for you people using a more imprecise system. This, by the way, is an improvement. It's about -10 °F (-23 °C) today. Cool and crisp.
Still, it's warmer than some places.
There are enthusiastic Packers fans in even the most remote parts of the planet. Dan Kleist sent the State Journal a photo of his son, Mike Kleist, and his co-workers posing with a Packers flag at the South Pole. Mike Kleist, from Madison, is an electrical engineer with Project IceCube, a program spearheaded by UW-Madison that is building and operating a neutrino observatory in Antarctica. Being a fan at the South Pole means there are some sacrifices, like a slight delay in when Kleist gets to watch the game. A copy of the Packers vs. Seattle Seahawks playoff game on VHS tape arrived Friday.Of course, it's summer there.