Are you guys ready for the Storm Bowl? No? Well you may not have a choice but to if the Farmers' Almanac's prediction is correct. The yearly publication predicts this year's Super Bowl at MetLife Stadium will be hit by a Northeast storm.

The almanac has been around for 197 years and has been known for its long-range weather predictions, which gives the prediction some credibility—although exactly how it does that is a secret. Caleb Weatherbee, the publication's prognosticator, said last year's predictions on two of last year's biggest storms were off by only a couple of days.

This predictions comes for the first outdoor Super Bowl in 38 years. Will natural conditions mar the big game or make the most dramatic game of the year even more dramatic?

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[via ESPN]