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OK, so it’s not exactly news that it’s really, really cold in Minnesota for Sunday’s Vikings-Seahawks game. But here’s some evidence anyway.

By Extra Mustard
January 10, 2016

OK, so it’s not exactly news that it’s really, really cold in Minnesota for Sunday’s Vikings-Seahawks game. In fact, it’s the third-coldest game in NFL history and the weather caused the Vikings’ giant Gjallarhorn to shatter. But if you want more evidence that it’s brutally cold, we’ve got you covered. 

The view in the press box is obstructed by ice

The photographers need to heat their batteries

 

-9 and heating up camera batteries on the sideline

A photo posted by Dawn Mitchell (@dawnatfox9) on

Ex-Viking Matt Birk doesn’t need a jacket, though

Neither does 88-year-old Bud Grant

Some genius took off his shirt

Beer is turning into slush

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