Since the Patriots first made it to the Super Bowl in 1986 they really haven’t had to worry much about what the weather would be like on game day.
In 1986 when they lost against the Chicago Bears they played inside the Superdome in New Orleans.
In 1997 when they lost to the Green Bay Packers they were also playing in the Superdome.
In 2002 when they beat the St. Louis Rams they once again played indoors at the Superdome.
In 2004 when they were victorious over the Carolina Panthers they also played indoors but this time at Reliant Stadium in Houston, Texas.
Finally in 2005 they played outdoors at Municipal Stadium in Jacksonville, Florida where they went on to beat the Philadelphia Eagles. The weather in Jacksonville on that day, the high temperature was 65 degrees with a sustained northeast winds of 10 mph.
In 2008 when they lost against the New York Giants they were once again indoors in Glendale, Arizona at the University of Phoenix Stadium.
Now in 2012 the weather will once again not be an issue as the Patriots take on the New York Giants inside Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis. But in case you’re wondering what the weather will be like there anyway, it is forecasted to be mostly sunny with highs in the 40s.