Squarely at the intersection of two of my interests are football games that are played during adverse weather conditions. There’s something special about seeing two teams battle it out in the elements that can make a great game legendary. The Ice Bowl. The Fog Bowl. The Snow Bowl. The “Tuck Rule” game. These games stand out in football history and memories usually due to a combination of the weather and implications for championships. Many of these examples come from the National Football League. As a fan of the Green Bay Packers I have been well-schooled on the lore of the 1967 NFL Championship Game, otherwise known as the “Ice Bowl”. The game was played during bitterly cold conditions with wind chills around -35°F (using…